Daily Legal News Archive

Thursday, February 8, 2018

A federal judge is supposed to decide later this month whether Aurora's former records manager can be held legally responsible for her role in the release of police personnel files to an Illinois prisoner.

From: 
The Beacon-News

The mayor of Edwardsville is headed for the Illinois Supreme Court to argue his case to remain on the ballot for the 56th district's state senate seat.

From: 
Herald & Review

An Illinois jury's medical malpractice award has been slashed by $15 million because the injured woman died the day before the 2015 trial verdict.

From: 
Herald-Whig

An agency that doles out federal grant money has denied Kane County's appeal for funding for three advocates in the county's now-defunct Victim's Rights Unit.

From: 
Daily Herald

A hangup in the race for Illinois attorney general along with another case filed to the state elections board have thrown a wrench into early voting activities in St. Clair County.

From: 
Belleville News-Democrat

A former vice president of a northern Illinois bank has pleaded guilty to embezzling almost $500,000 from the bank.

From: 
Daily Herald