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December 6, 2019 Probation Violations
Probation is preferable to imprisonment, but if you’re sentenced to probation, you’re still very much under the justice system’s thumb.
This means that it’s very important to understand the basics of probation, and the terms of your specific probation program to avoid a probation violation.
We’ve put together a short FAQ list covering the basics of Illinois probation, common terms you’re likely to face, and what to do if you’re accused of a probation violation.
Are Illinois Probation and Parole [...]
November 20, 2019 Cyber Crimes | Identity Theft
The Christmas season is nearly upon us again. It’s that time of year to prepare for presents, family dinners, and…you guessed it — identity theft.
As the sheer volume of online holiday purchases continues to soar, it only makes sense that the holiday season doesn’t just mean an increase in retail theft anymore, but in identity theft as well.
In turn, Illinois law enforcement is on high alert for acts of identity theft from now through the end of the [...]