The Illinois Legislature is considering making “SEXTING” a crime. What is it “SEXTING” you ask?
Recently our Law Office, located in Bloomington, Illinois, has Received a Multitude of Calls Claiming that Someone from our Office with a Very Thick Foreign Accent Calling from a Number with a (309) Area Code Represents Our Office.
Mcdonald, Et Al. V. City of Chicgo, Illinois – A Highly Anticipated Decision Regarding Your Second Amendment Rights
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.
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
In the practice of law you occasionally run across an appellate opinion that jumps right off the pages at you, because when you’re done reading it, you say to yourself, “you know, I was right about that.”
Did you know that pursuant to the Illinois Dramshop Act that each bar, liquor store, or liquor establishment who contributed to the intoxication of someone who later causes personal injury to another might be liable to reimburse the injured party or their loved ones for losses they may have incurred?
As many of you may already be aware (hopefully not because you have already been ticketed for violating this new statute), the Illinois Legislature passed a new law that took effect on January 1, 2010, limiting the usage of cellular phones in school and construction zones.
“Sexting” as the act has been termed is teens sending other teens pornographic or lewd pictures of themselves to one another.