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Panel sends pre-embryo case back
A state appeals panel reversed today a trial court ruling that gave a woman full custody of pre-embryos she created with her boyfriend before they broke up.
Three decades of giving for Lawyers Trust Fund
Without its grant last year from the Lawyers Trust Fund of Illinois, Prairie State Legal Services in Rockford couldn't have handled 3,167 of its 18,634 cases.
Set of access to justice rule changes unveiled
SPRINGFIELD — The Illinois Supreme Court announced today a set of rule changes geared to help pro se litigants and citizens with limited proficiency in English.
Tech company, accused of invading privacy of millions, must face trial
A federal appeals court has cleared the way for the trial of a lawsuit accusing an analytics company of invading the privacy of more than 10 million people across the country.
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Magistrate who fell into his post now steps away
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Ban on protest near high court tossed by judge
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Appellees who think up new arguments on appeal often cite the string of Illinois Appellate Court cases that say: "An appellee may raise any point to support the judgment even though not raised in the trial court, so long as the factual basis for such point was before the trial court."
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