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Springfield Man Sentenced to 32 Years for Drug Trafficking
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Springfield Man Sentenced to 32 Years for Drug Trafficking

Of all criminal offenses – state or federal – drug trafficking cases have some of the longest jail sentences.

 

Just ask Deauntee Q. Mosby. The 24-year old Springfield man recently pled guilty to participating in a conspiracy to distribute 100 grams of heroin. Earlier this month, he was sentenced to 32 years in federal prison without parole.

 

What Happened to Send Mosby to Prison for More Than Three Decades?

 

The story begins when Mosby was stopped by … Read More

5 Ways You Can Get Arrested for Protesting in Illinois
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5 Ways You Can Get Arrested for Protesting in Illinois

The political climate in this country is tense, but you probably knew that already. With very controversial executive orders and cabinet picks making major headlines, people are more outraged than ever, and a resistance movement is forming on the streets.

 

Our country, and the democratic system our founding fathers aimed for, encourages each person to have a voice in the political process. It is important to voice your opinions through petitions, letters to your representatives, or protesting.

 

As … Read More

Illinois Sex Crimes Can Cost You Your Job
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Illinois Sex Crimes Can Cost You Your Job

The penalties for sex crimes in our state aren’t just limited to jail time and fines. You may find yourself on the sex offender registry. You could lose the rights that all Illinois felons have taken away. Perhaps worst of all, being convicted of a sex crime – or in some cases even just charged – can cost you your job and eliminate any chance that you might get it back.

 

To see that this is true, you only … Read More

Illinois Police Using Facebook to Catch Burglary Suspects
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Illinois Police Using Facebook to Catch Burglary Suspects

Technology has changed how police officers do their jobs in ways big and small, and for the most part this is a good thing. The more technology that is available to law enforcement officers, the more likely it is that they (along with the community at large) will be able to catch a criminal.

 

One example of how the police of today use technology: when was the last time you noticed a “Wanted” poster hung up around town? Probably … Read More

Illinois Has Changed the Way It Handles Juvenile Crimes
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Illinois Has Changed the Way It Handles Juvenile Crimes

If your child is charged with a crime, it is normal for you to be nervous. After all, many adults are afraid of being charged with a crime – naturally you’re scared for your kid.

 

Juvenile courts and criminal processes are separate from adult court, but your child may still have to go to trial, be interrogated by police, or have a mark on their criminal record while applying for college, jobs, and so on. Plus, since these two … Read More