Daily Legal News Archive

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

The state’s top law enforcement officer first learned that the computer network was breached early Saturday, Raoul said in a statement. It was not immediately known the extent to which the office’s network was compromised.

From: 
Chicago Sun-Times

Illinois lawmakers are looking to clear all felony conviction records for prostitution in Illinois. Senate Bill 2136 would expunge felony prostitution records across every law enforcement agency in Illinois.

From: 
News Channel 20

A wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of a Korean War veteran who contracted COVID-19 at the LaSalle Veterans’ Home accuses the facility of negligent care that violated state law.

From: 
The State Journal-Register

A Rockford legislator is pushing for lifetime no-contact orders for sexual assault offenders.

From: 
Rockford Register Star

Edwardsville was reeling in January of 2020 over news of the city’s second brutal murder in less than a year, resulting in the loss of a third prominent resident and the arrest of a second homeless suspect.

From: 
Belleville News-Democrat