Friday, December 1, 2023
The Illinois Supreme Court on Thursday ruled the state’s strongest-in-the-nation biometric information privacy law does have an exemption: health care workers who use fingerprints or similar scans to access things like medication, materials or patient health information.
A Chicago man sued when his insurance company refused to pay for injuries his son suffered when he was hit on a bike by a driver.
The judge overseeing Former Chicago Alderman Ed Burke's corruption trial denied his request for a mistrial Thursday, according to reports.
Experts in Central Illinois are hoping for changes in the legal system for youth offenders, and are calling for more help to prevent them from getting there in the first place.
The Illinois Supreme Court has ruled that people may obtain records about their own Firearm Owners Identification cards, but they may not use the state’s Freedom of Information Act to do so.
Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court docketed a case out of Naperville where plaintiffs challenged the city's and state’s gun and magazine ban. Plaintiffs are seeking an emergency appeal of the Seventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals three-judge panel ruling for the state.
A Chicago police officer was stripped of her powers following criminal charges that she falsely reporting a robbery earlier this year, authorities said.