A Cook County jury on Thursday awarded more than $5 million to the daughter of a man killed by Chicago police in May 2014.
President Donald Trump may be reveling in what he sees as “complete and total exoneration” from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, but his legal perils are far from over.
SPRINGFIELD — More than 4,000 people visited the Illinois Capitol Wednesday to protest pending abortion-related legislation, just one day after one of the measures cleared a Senate committee.
In its latest round of disciplinary orders, the Illinois Supreme Court disbarred three attorneys and suspended 13.
The Chicago Transit Authority Board agreed to a $12.5 million settlement with a man who was severely injured when a bus driver stopped abruptly to avoid a cat.
After a Naperville student committed suicide after being questioned by school administrators and a resource officer without his parents in the room, a lawmaker has introduced a bill to require a parent or parental designee to be present when a student is being questioned about criminal activity.
After serving as a private attorney, Illinois lawmaker, state comptroller and state appellate court justice, George W. Lindberg set his sights on the federal trial bench in Chicago.
SPRINGFIELD — The state’s top court reversed an appellate court’s judgment, dismissing claims in which two Illinois municipalities were alleged to be enriched in a “scheme” to divert tax revenue from out-of-state facilities.