The former top judge of Cook County’s domestic violence court will retire with a lifetime pension, despite accusations from women in his courtroom that he mistreated them.
James Allen still has two murder cases keeping him in prison.
Cook County let eviction court go unrecorded for six months.
It took almost five months to get recording equipment working in eviction court. Will it make a difference for landlords and tenants?
The company has claimed credit for reviving south and west side communities, even as it’s filed more than 9,000 eviction cases since 2009.
A Facebook video mocks Fetman for bodybuilding, calls her a “poser.”
“We can’t think of a single significant instance where he was the target of someone’s ire,” the Chicago police hive-mind blog reflects.
For 16 years, he kept the longest hours of any judge at 26th and California
As food trucks have flourished in other U.S. cities, the mobile food industry in Chicago has been systematically immobilized by legislative opposition, onerous red tape, costly fines, and the pro-restaurant lobby.
Chicago police missed more than 11,000 court dates since 2010, causing months or years of unnecessary delays for inmates awaiting trial.
The suit names bus driver Charla Henry and her employer, Chicago Trolley & Double Decker Company.
The bail and jail system may be a mess, but at least Timothy Evans understands the separation of powers.
Did you know Joel Daly and Mary Mikva are also actors?
The race to bring Cook County court records into the modern world
Toni Preckwinkle’s plan to shrink the jail population