Other convicts who may have been tortured into confessing are out of luck, an appellate panel rules.
Tag: Illinois Appellate Court
Appellate Court: Chicago’s parking meter deal is lousy but we’re stuck with it
Illinois appellate judges rule against a lawsuit challenging the the parking meter privatization agreement.
Everybody knows the parking meter deal stinks—but is it legal?
A lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the parking meter privatization goes before the Illinois Appellate Court.
The 2014 primaries offer the latest evidence that it pays to be rich if you’re running for office
Another election, another influx of jaw-dropping donations from wealthy contributors, including the candidates themselves
Illinois Appellate Court tells city: Cough up public records
State appellate justices rule in favor of openness in my lawsuit against the city of Chicago’s Freedom of Information Act policies.
City of Chicago Admits Mistake, Gets Rewarded
A $12.5 million verdict against the city has been reversed because the jury was told the city admitted responsibility in the police shooting of Michael Pleasance.