Illinois Supreme Court Rules Markham Mayor Roger Agpawa May Remain In Office Despite Felony ConvictionThe Illinois Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that Markham Mayor Roger Agpawa may remain in office despite a 1999 federal mail fraud conviction – reversing a lower court ruling.
Illinois Panel Recommends Oak Park Lawyer Be DisbarredBut the same state that admonished her still gives her prominent placement on a list she should no longer be on.
Legal Battle Keeps Markham Mayor Roger Agpawa From Being Sworn In For Another Term -- Who Is Running The City?Roger Agpawa, the mayor of south suburban Markham, was supposed to be sworn in for a second term on Thursday – but he was not.
Markham Mayor Roger Agpawa Says He's Prepared To Go To Illinois Supreme Court To Fight Ruling He's Ineligible To Hold OfficeEmbattled Markham mayor Roger Agpawa said Sunday that he is prepared to go to the Illinois Supreme Court to stay in office after winning reelection.
Illinois Supreme Court Chooses Appellate Court Judge Robert Carter To Replace Justice Thomas Kilbride For Two YearsOne week after Illinois Supreme Court Justice conceded defeat in his bid for retention to a third 10-year term, the state's highest court has unanimously chosen Illinois Appellate Court Justice Robert Carter to fill Kilbride's seat until the next election in 2022.
Illinois Supreme Court Justice Thomas Kilbride Trailing In Bid To Keep His SeatKilbride needed at least 60% of the vote to retain his seat in the 3rd Judicial District. With nearly 98% of precincts reporting, unofficial results show Kilbride had only about 56% support.
Illinois Supreme Court Rules CPD Misconduct Records Cannot Be DestroyedThe court found that destroying the documents would violate that state's public records law.
Illinois Supreme Court Allows Circuit Courts To Resume Normal Operations June 1In the order, the high court leaves to the chief judges of each of Illinois' 24 judicial circuits to implement plans for reopening based on specific factors.
Illinois Supreme Court Disbars Former Gov. Rod BlagojevichThree months after he returned home from prison, former Gov. Rod Blagojevich has lost his license to practice law, after the Illinois Supreme Court officially disbarred him on Monday.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Tosses Stay-At-Home Order; Could Illinois Supreme Court Face Similar Case?They are divided by a simple state line, but when it comes to commerce, Illinois and parts of Wisconsin are looking very different.
Illinois Supreme Court Declines To Intervene In Rep. Darren Bailey's Lawsuit Against Gov. JB Pritzker's Stay-At-Home Order“The Supreme Court is not saying they’re not going to rule on this ever, they’re just saying that they don’t want to skip over the Appellate Court is my understanding,” Pritzker said.