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I have received some comments under previous unrelated posts regarding the United States Supreme Court’s decision released Monday, June 27, 2010, captioned McDonald, et al. v. Chicago, Illinois, a monumental Supreme Court decision relating to 2nd Amendment Rights, specifically the right to possess handguns.
Had to say goodbye to one of my mentors today. He was not only a mentor, but a friend, someone who took me under his wing, and someone who was later able to refer to me as colleague in his profession; thanks partially to his guidance.
Recently, a friend received a ticket while driving in Illinois for not having sufficient proof of insurance, or what is often also referred to as a ticket for no valid insurance or a no insurance ticket.
Joe Mahr, wrote in an interesting article today in the Chicago Tribune (i) that some Cook, Dupage, and Lake County judges are under close scrutiny following an investigation by the newspaper for handing out what it believes are excessive amounts of supervision for Illinois drivers caught speeding in excess of 40 MPH over the speed limit.
Journey for Kentucky Cigarettes Beginning in 2003, Makes Second Stop at Illinois Appellate Court in 2010, After Brief Overnight Stay in Illinois Supreme Court in 2008, with its Final Destination Likely to Again be the Illinois Supreme Court
Some of my friends and visitors may have noticed that it has been quite some time since I last blogged, and it is something that I have been meaning to do.