Articles From 2002

You never know what evil lurks in the heart of…a juror By Matt Maloney General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, August 2002 In the past two decades, numerous studies have been done (by almost everyone) on the thought processes of jurors.
The youth court option: Now that’s a young prosecutor By Terrence M. Madsen Child Law, October 2002 The scene in the Knox County courtroom is pretty much the same as at any routine juvenile proceeding except that the prosecutor is 14, the defense "attorney" is 16 and a "jury" of 13-17 year-olds are hearing evidence in aggravation and mitigation in anticipation of imposing a very real sentence.
The youth court option: now that’s a young prosecutor By Terrence M. Madsen General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, May 2002 The scene in the Knox County courtroom is pretty much the same as at any routine juvenile proceeding ­ except that the prosecutor is fourteen, the defense "attorney" is sixteen and a "jury" of 13 ­ 17 year old are hearing evidence in aggravation and mitigation in anticipation of imposing a very real sentence.
The Zero Tolerance Law By John T. Doody, Jr. Traffic Laws and Courts, May 2002 In 1995 the Zero Tolerance Law (625 ILCS 5/6-11-501.8) became law. Since that time, there have been amendments to the law and the Secretary of State ('SOS') has implemented administrative rules (92 Ill. Admin. Code 1001.600 et seq.) governing these suspensions.
Zoning and land use: A case study in urban sprawl By Paul J. Evans Agricultural Law, November 2002 The following is an excerpt from materials presented by the author at the ISBA's Agricultural Law Section's "Law of the Prairie" seminar in the spring of this year.

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