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Criminal Charges That Put You on the Illinois Sex Offender Registry
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Criminal Charges That Put You on the Illinois Sex Offender Registry

If you are facing a sex crime charge or worried that an accusation might be coming, one of the biggest questions on your mind is probably whether or not you could have to register as a sex offender in Illinois.

 

As consequences go, being on the sex offender registry is one of the worst ongoing hardships someone can be saddled with, as it has been shown to harm job prospects, limit living opportunities, stand in the way of loans, … Read More

What Chicagoans Should Know about False Domestic Violence Allegations
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What Chicagoans Should Know about False Domestic Violence Allegations

If you have been accused of domestic violence, you may be feeling many different emotions. You may be feeling angry that you have to go to court and defend yourself, nervous about facing penalties, or sad that you might lose the ability to be a parent to your children.

 

If you believe that you did not commit domestic violence, you’re probably also feeling confused.

 

We have all heard stories and claims on the news about false violence allegations, … Read More

The Serious Penalties for Residential Burglary in Illinois
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The Serious Penalties for Residential Burglary in Illinois

If you are facing charges of residential burglary in Illinois, you could suffer serious penalties if you are convicted. Read this post to learn how residential burglary is defined in Illinois, what penalties you could face, and how an experienced attorney can help you fight back.

 

Residential Burglary in Illinois

 

Under Illinois state law, residential burglary is defined in two ways:

 

“A person commits residential burglary when he or she knowingly and without authority enters or knowingly … Read More

Where Is the Line between Self-Defense and Assault in Illinois?
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Where Is the Line between Self-Defense and Assault in Illinois?

Nearly four years ago, a Chicago police officer shot a teenager 16 times from 10 feet away. The teen had been behaving erratically while walking down the street, and at the time of the shooting was holding a folding knife with a three-inch blade. He did not obey police commands to drop the weapon, and then was shot.

 

The Chicago Police initially ruled the shooting justified. However, dashcam footage released 13 months later revealed that the teen was walking … Read More

Tech Designed to Stop Chicagoans from Stealing
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Tech Designed to Stop Chicagoans from Stealing

Companies are using new high-tech methods to stop people from stealing. In this post, we’ll tell you about these methods and describe what penalties you can face for getting caught.

 

High Tech Theft Deterrent Methods

 

In 2015 alone, retailers took over $45 billion in losses due to shoplifting. Now, stores are working harder than ever to prevent those losses with new methods.

 

Here are several cutting-edge technologies that companies are using to prevent people from stealing.

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