The Cost Of Ex-Gov Rod Blagojevich's Corruption CaseFrom the investigation that started in the early 2000s to his release from federal prison Tuesday, taxpayers have been on the hook for nearly two decades worth expenses involved with prosecuting a former governor.
Watchdog Files Ethics Complaint Over Congressman Schock's Travel SpendingA government watchdog group on Wednesday asked congressional investigators to examine whether Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock violated House ethics rules by using taxpayer and campaign funds for private air travel.
New Lawyer Files Motion For New Trial For Drew PetersonA Naperville lawyer has filed a motion for a new trial for Drew Peterson.
Attorneys Think Blagojevich's Sentence Will Be Reversed On AppealAttorneys in the first trial of former Gov. Rod Blagojevich still keep in touch with him, and think his sentence will be reversed on appeal if the case ever gets there.
Pardoned Convict's Attorneys Want Legal Fees From City LawyersThe case of an elderly man who claims Chicago Police forced him to confess to a rape more than 60 years ago is not settled yet.
Illinois Attorneys Surveyed About Judicial CandidatesThose running for judge may not have campaign ads or mass mailers to help voters learn about their qualifications, but they do have a recently released survey.
Attorneys Believe Gacy Had AccomplicesTwo Chicago lawyers have taken a fresh look at the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of three of serial killer John Wayne Gacy's victims, and have concluded that he had at least one accomplice.
Kane County Courthouse Expands Security Screenings To Cops, AttorneysThe Kane County Courthouse is increasing security, which may surprise regulars not used to being screened.
Blagojevich Attorneys: Lift Seal On EvidenceA new early-morning motion was filed today by attorneys for deposed Gov. Rod Blagojevich, asking to have a court-ordered seal on all evidence lifted.
Blagojevich Attorneys Granted More Time For TrialA judge on Friday granted a request to delay former Gov. Rod Blagojevich’s retrial until April 20.