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3 Ways You Can Be Charged with Forgery in Illinois
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3 Ways You Can Be Charged with Forgery in Illinois

They often don’t receive a whole lot of news coverage, but people in Illinois are being charged with forgery crimes all the time.

 

Mohd Assaf, a former Chicago Housing Authority vendor, is facing several counts of forgery and theft for allegedly signing and depositing $193,000 in fake housing authority checks. Assaf owns a painting service and allegedly cashed fraudulent checks between Nov. 2016 and Feb. 2018.

 

In another case, an assessor in Kingstown Township is pleading not guilty … Read More

Best Apps to Help You Avoid Driving Drunk in Chicago
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Best Apps to Help You Avoid Driving Drunk in Chicago

In this age of smartphones, software developers have created several savvy apps to help you avoid getting charged with a DUI in Chicago. Here’s the best of the best, and what you can do if you are facing DUI charges.

 

Best Apps to Prevent a DUI Charge

 

Several apps help you monitor your drinking habits and call for a ride home. These are our top picks.

 

DrinkTracker

This app is for iOS users. You enter your age, … Read More

Don’t Let St. Paddy’s Day Partying Lead to Chicago Drug Charges
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Don’t Let St. Paddy’s Day Partying Lead to Chicago Drug Charges

St. Patrick’s Day is a great day to party in Chicago. There are many city celebrations with lots of ways for you to have fun.

 

The spirit of the Irish will be present in the green waters of the Chicago River. It will also show up in the Irish dancers and bagpipers in several parades and festivals. You’ll see it in the Irish food in many restaurants and pubs.

 

That’s because Chicago has a high concentration of residents … Read More

Breaking Down Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse in Illinois
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Breaking Down Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse in Illinois

Few crimes are as grievous and carry as much of a negative stigma as sex crimes. Many different acts can lead to sex crime charges, some of which are far more severe than others. Unfortunately, however, most convictions still lead to the same result: you become a registered sex offender. This carries a humiliating stigma, and severely compromises offenders’ freedom, even if they were originally found guilty of an arguably lesser offense.

 

 

Take criminal sexual abuse. This law … Read More

Illinois Gun Control Laws: An Overview
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Illinois Gun Control Laws: An Overview

Illinois gun control laws try to balance public safety and personal freedoms. In this post, we’ll detail what the Illinois gun control laws allow and limit, and what to do if you are facing weapons charges in Illinois.

 

What Illinois Gun Control Laws Regulate

 

To legally purchase or possess a firearm in Illinois, you must be at least 18 years old for a concealed weapon permit or at least 21 years old if convicted of a misdemeanor other … Read More