Don’t Confuse Your Google Search with Legal Advice

It seems like you can learn how to do just about anything on the internet! You can learn how to make your own...

New Illinois Laws for 2020

Our legislators in the Illinois House and Illinois Senate filed nearly 10,000 pieces of legislation during our State’s 100th General Assembly (which is...

Chicago Guide to Retail Theft Offenses – Part 2

In our last blog (Chicago Guide to Retail Theft - Part 1) we detailed a number of different situations regarding Retail Theft that...

Chicago Guide to Retail Theft Offenses – Part 1

In Chicago and in every city in Illinois, retail theft is the legal term that describes what is also commonly known as shoplifting....

Chicago Child Endangerment Guide

With bitter cold weather now upon us in Chicago, it’s a good idea to discuss a particular offense that commonly occurs during the...

Do You Have to Drive to be Charged With Drunk Driving?

Just recently, Chicago Police Department Superintendent Eddie Johnson announced his retirement, citing a number of considerations including health concerns and a desire to...

Chicago Police Superintendent to Retire

This week, the superintendent of the Chicago Police Department, Eddie Johnson, age 60, which is the second largest police department in the nation,...

Chicago Prosecutor’s Office to Employ Emotional Support Dog!

During a swearing-in ceremony at the Cook County Criminal Courts building in Chicago earlier this week, and attended by Cook County States Attorney...

Your Guide to Chicago School Zone Speeding Tickets

In most cases, a speeding ticket is essentially a costly nuisance — and a reminder to slow down. If, however, you receive a...

Is CBD Oil Legal in Illinois in 2019?

What a difference a generation or two can make! During the tumultuous decade of the 1960s, teenagers and young adults smoked marijuana as...