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Sometimes when a trial is over, a couple of jurors will approach Judge Joan Lefkow and make a sympathetic or admiring remark that lets her know that they know her story. She figures they've Googled her and found it, though some may have been around...
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Court officials acknowledge that information revealed by the Tribune appears to show that a member of the federal jury that convicted Springfield power broker William Cellini concealed two felony convictions. Attorneys for Cellini said the information...
At the start of former Gov. Rod Blagojevich's first corruption trial last year, federal Judge James Zagel denied a request from several news organizations to release jurors' names before opening statements. It didn't matter, Zagel said, that the Tribune'...
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Thousands of Illinois adults with developmental disabilities — many of whom have spent years on a 21,000-plus waiting list for state services — will soon have more choices in housing under a proposed settlement to a long-running federal...
Tribune reporterA federal judge on Wednesday approved a settlement to a long-running civil case that will force Illinois to begin moving hundreds of people with developmental and intellectual disabilities into more community-based homes and apartments of their choice....
State officials will begin drawing up plans to move 3,000 people with developmental and intellectual disabilities into community-based housing of their choice, as directed under a federal settlement approved Wednesday that allows for a six-year timetable....
Chicago TribuneCHICAGO -- Sen. Roland Burris promised to "personally do something" for Rod Blagojevich's campaign fund while pressing for the then-Illinois governor to appoint him to President Barack Obama's former Senate seat, according to a wiretap transcript released...
(WGN-AM)- A federal judge in Chicago Tuesday seems willing to comply with federal prosecutors' request to release an undercover tape of a conversation involving U.S. Sen. Roland Burris (D-Ill.) in connection with the investigation of former Gov. Rod...
Tags: Chicago Tribune, Rod Blagojevich, WGN, Prosecution, Barack Obama
(WGN-AM)- A federal judge rejected a proposed settlement to a civil class-action lawsuit that would have forced the state of Illinois to move more people with developmental delays into small group homes. After receiving 2,500 written objections to the...
Tags: Chicago Tribune, WGN, Trials, Illinois, Chicago
Tribune staff reporterA former head of the city's scandal-ridden Hired Truck Program was sentenced Tuesday to 2 years in prison as prosecutors disclosed he pocketed more than $56,000 in bribes from at least 30 trucking companies that wanted into the program. In a court filing...
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