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Chicago Law Firm McNabola Law Group Files Lawsuit After Bicyclist Hit by Car, Seriously Injured in “Bicycle Path” Crosswalk on Westleigh Rd, Lake Forest

291 McNabola Law Group filed a lawsuit against a driver who seriously injured a bicyclist crossing the street in a Lake County crosswalk in May 2020. The 41-year-old cyclist, a father and businessman, suffered major internal injuries and 14 broken ribs. He required extensive surgery. “This was entirely avoidable,” McNabola Law Group partner Mark McNabola […]

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Northwest Central Dispatch 9-1-1 Plans Court Complaint for Temporary Restraining Order to Get Coronavirus Patient Information from Cook County Dept. of Public Health

518 Northwest Central Dispatch System (NWCDS), the multi-community fire and police 9-1-1 center based in Arlington Heights, may proceed with plans to file suit in Cook County Court Friday, April 24, 2020 to attempt to get the Cook County Department of Public Health (CCDPH) to release information on confirmed Coronavirus COVID-19 patients in the Northwest […]

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Cook County Chief Judge Timothy Evans Postpones Most Cases for 30 Days Due to Coronavirus Emergency

228 On Friday, March 13, 2020 Cook County Chief Judge Timothy C. Evans announced that most criminal and civil cases in the Circuit Court of Cook County will be postponed for a 30-day period starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020 due to the coronavirus emergency. Court operations will proceed as scheduled on Monday, March 16, 2020; […]

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Court-Ordered Evictions, Cook County Sheriff’s Work Alternative Program Suspended Due to COVID-19 Precautions

343 COOK COUNTY, IL – The Cook County Sheriff’s Office has suspended all court-ordered evictions for the next 30 days, Sheriff Thomas J. Dart announced today. The suspension is in response to an order from the Office of the Chief Judge issued late Friday evening. Prior to the order, Cook County Sheriff’s Department staff screened […]

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Trump Pardons Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik, Whose 4-Year Sentence Was Completed in 2014

85 President Trump said on Tuesday February 18, 2020 that on Wednesday he will be granting a full pardon to former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik, who was sentenced on tax fraud charges in 2010. Kerik served as the NYPD’s top cop under then-Mayor Rudy Giuliani from 2000 to 2001. He pleaded guilty […]

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President Trump Commutes the Sentence of Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich

136 President Donald Trump has confirmed during an interview with reporters that he has commuted the sentence of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich. ABC News reported Tuesday, February 18, 2020 that President Donald Trump is expected to commute the sentence of former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, according to multiple senior level sources. A short time […]

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CBAI: Informational Toolkit Promotes Responsible Cannabis Use for New Law Fast Approaching January 1, 2020

88 SPRINGFIELD – As Illinois prepares to debut legal adult use of cannabis on Jan. 1, 2020, the industry’s major advocacy voice is rolling out a new public awareness campaign toolkit with a clear message: Be Responsible. The Cannabis Business Association of Illinois (CBAI), or CannaBiz Illinois, represents Illinois’ cultivation centers and dispensaries that have […]

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Pickup Truck Driver in Pedestrian Crash at McHenry Home Depot that Killed William Dammeyer in March Fined $1,026 for Disobeying Stop Sign

236 A male driver from McHenry was found guilty on Wednesday November 6, 2019 for a March 31, 2019 fatal crash when he was accused of failing to obey a stop sign and striking a 71 year-old pedestrian at the McHenry Home Depot parking lot. Christian Zientko, age 20, was ordered to pay $1,026 in […]

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No Recreational Marijuana Sales in Arlington Heights; Board Votes to Work on Ordinance Prohibiting All Types of Adult-Use Cannabis Businesses

1,396 YES Means NO Marijuana Sales in Arlington Heights; But It’s Not Yet Time For Opt-Out Proponents To Celebrate The majority of people who addressed the Village Board in the “blue card” session Monday night October 28, 2019 spoke out against an ordinance to allow and regulate sales of marijuana in Arlington Heights. Twenty-five of […]

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Arlington Heights Village Board Considers Ordinances to Ban or Regulate Retail Marijuana Dispensaries Prior to Legal Marijuana in Illinois Effective January 1, 2020

800 Tonight, the Village of Arlington Heights board will be considering ordinance drafts that could completely ban or limit marijuana sales within village limits. If the “complete ban” (Draft Ordinance A) does not move forward, “baby steps” to Draft Ordinance B and Draft Ordinance C will follow in the decision-making process. The Village of Arlington […]

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OSHA Issues $1,591,176 in Penalties To AB Specialty Silicones After 4 Fatalities in Waukegan Plant Explosion, May 2019

946 Four people died in the explosion at AB Specialty Silicones in May, and now, OSHA has ordered $1.6 million in penalties. CBS 2’s Audrina Bigos reports. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited AB Specialty Silicones LLC for 12 willful federal safety violations after four employees suffered fatal […]

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Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger Found Guilty of Murder of Botham Jean; Accused of Shooting and Killing Him in His Own Apartment

785 The jury has found Amber Guyger guilty of murder (WFAA ABC affiliate LIVE STREAM). Amber Guyger was found guilty of murder of Botham Jean on Tuesday morning October 1, 2019 for fatally shooting her neighbor. Guyger claimed she shot Botham Jean, after mistakenly entering his apartment, thinking he was an intruder in her own […]

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