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Caught in the Act? Shoplifting Charges Require Vigorous Defense

Shoplifting. Sometimes it’s an innocent oversight that spiraled out of control, and sometimes, well, you did it. What next? Even though shoplifting is usually a misdemeanor, you can still face jail time, still have to pay a hefty fine, and still have a theft charge on your record to contend with for the rest of your life. So even though shoplifting is often considered a petty crime, it’s something you’ll want to take care of swiftly and thoroughly.

 

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Probation Violations: You May Have Another Shot

There’s a funny song about a parolee sitting at a bar telling the bartender how he violated his parole “to have a good time,” tells the bartender all about his exploits, then says, “They’ll probably give me ten years, so just give me beer til they get here.” Well, it’s funny unless you, yourself, have just violated probation and you’re sitting at the proverbial bar with that same, sinking feeling, reflecting on what you’ve done and what’s bound to happen [...]

It Doesn’t Always Take a Rampage to Wind Up with an Assault Charge

Massachusetts golfer Jay DiRico has gotten himself into a world of legal trouble. DiRico has been charged with assault with intent to murder, assault and battery on a police officer with serious injury, and domestic assault and battery. DiRico will need the expertise of an assault & battery attorney to have any hope of extricating himself from the circumstances at hand.

 

In a brief summary of events, the 40-year-old golfer was involved in a domestic dispute in Massachusetts when [...]

Controversial Eavesdropping Act Ruled Unconstitutional

A challenge to the Illinois Eavesdropping Act, a controversial law that makes it a felony to record police officers without their consent, was voted down by the state in a 59-45 vote. This support for the law stands despite the fact that a Cook County judge recently ruled that the Illinois Eavesdropping Act is unconstitutional. So anyone caught recording an officer in public without their consent can still be arrested and charged with a felony, in which case they will [...]

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Chicago’s Operation Monticello’s Revenge Ends Year-long Heroin Sting

Drug Crimes | Drug Trafficking | Heroin

Chicago has been cracking down on a number of hard drugs in the past year, including heroin. One particular sting just concluded after a year of investigations. This sting led to the discovery of hundreds of thousands of dollars in heroin sales and the arrest of 22 people.

This sting, the result of Operation Monticello’s Revenge, tracked the sale of more than 27 pounds of pure heroin and 57 pounds of heroin laced with fentanyl.

This may have generated as [...]

Felony Charges? Learn About Illinois’ Impact Incarceration Program

Impact Incarceration Program | Criminal Defense | Felonies

Boot camp is a training style that expands beyond those joining the military. In Illinois, eligible offenders can participate in the Illinois Impact Incarceration Program, frequently described as such, in exchange for a reduced sentence.

This program is unique and there’s a lot to understand about it, namely who it’s an option for and how it works. Read on to find out all you need to know about the Impact Incarceration Program for convicted felony offenders.

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