Former Cook County State’s Attorney Richard Devine has said he doesn’t remember one of his top prosecutors raising concerns about the innocence of a man who was freed from death row in 1999, in a case that became a catalyst to end the death penalty in Illinois.
Alstory Simon confessed to the murders of two people, but has since said his confession was coerced.
A downstate man who was exonerated after spending 17 years in prison for a double murder says he doesn’t understand why he’s been passed over once again for a pardon from the governor.
The Chicago police union has asked the Cook County State’s Attorney’s office to examine a milestone double murder case, to see if the right man is behind bars.
Adam Landerman, 20, filed an emergency motion for furlough from jail to attend the wake for his grandfather, Fred Landerman, at Dames Funeral Home in Joliet.
The deaths of two brothers found in the basement of their Evanston tobacco shop last week are now being investigated as a double homicide.
Investigators spent the night at Evanston Pipe & Tobacco, after 38-year-old Mohammed Abdul Azim Hakeem and 34-year-old Mohammed Abdul Mubeen Hakeem were found in the basement.
Police said an 18-year-old man shot multiple times on the West Side Friday night is a suspect in a double murder less than 24 hours earlier in the Back of the Yards neighborhood.
A man who served two decades behind bars for the murders of two people — despite records showing he was in police custody at the time of the shooting — will soon go free, after prosecutors dropped all charges on Friday.
Police in Naperville have charged the suspect in the stabbing deaths of two small children at a suburban town home overnight.
Police are investigating a double murder in the far north side West Ridge neighborhood, and a fire apparently set to cover it.
A fugitive who was featured on “America’s Most Wanted” for a double murder in Yonkers, N.Y., has been found in Chicago.
Police are searching for the guman responsible for an apparently gang-related double murder early Sunday in the South Side Marquette Park neighborhood.
An Arkansas man pleaded not guilty Monday for a 2002 double-murder of two women dancing in a vacant lot on the West Side.
A man who was found in Arkansas was charged with gunning down two women as they were dancing nearly nine years ago on the West Side, police said.
A man who has long claimed he was tortured by Chicago police detectives into confessing to two murders will be getting out of prison after nearly 25 years behind bars.