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- to work for a system of criminal justice that fairly protects the accused, the accuser, and the public in general;
- to seek or oppose change, as considered appropriate, by legislative activity, recommendations on court rules and recommendations to agencies; and
- to educate and inform lawyers and the general public through newsletters, seminars and other appropriate channels of communication.
- Restoration of Gun Rights After Domestic Battery Conviction
- Casenote: People v. Morger, 2019 IL 123643
- Legalization Notwithstanding, Smelling or Seeing Cannabis Still Helps Establish Probable Cause for Police to Search Your Car
- The True Owner: Statutory Amendment to Forfeiture Statute Narrows Field of Claimants
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Tools and Resources
- Criminal Justice discussion group is available to section members via the Criminal Justice community in ISBA Central
- The Criminal Justice Section directory is available to all ISBA members
- Useful links