Daily Legal News Archive

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

The outcome of the case against former state Rep. Nick Sauer, charged with posting lewd images of two former girlfriends online without their consent, could be affected by a forthcoming Illinois Supreme Court ruling.

Daily Herald

Anne Pramaggiore, one of the leading women in Chicago businesses, has retired from Exelon Corp., which has received federal subpoenas connected to its lobbying activities in Illinois.

Chicago Sun-Times

Who doesn’t have a home renovation horror story? Susan Kuta sure has one. The work on her home was left unfinished – with a hole even left in the wall. She fought her contractor in court and won thousands of dollars, but still doesn’t have her cash.

CBS Chicago

Jason Van Dyke, the Chicago officer who shot and killed 17-year-old Laquan McDonald in 2014, has resigned from the Chicago Police Department.


A former day care worker facing multiple child pornography charges had his case placed on the January jury trial docket.