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Archives for: April 23rd, 2012
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 [...]
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 [...]
September 17, 2021
Domestic Assault | Domestic Battery | Domestic Violence
It can be a surprise for many people when they are made aware they have an order of protection, sometimes called a restraining order, against them.
In many cases involving domestic violence, orders of protection are issued by the judge without the defendant being present. This means that you may have no idea that an order of protection exists against you until you are served with it.
What can you do to fight an Illinois protective order in your domestic [...]
September 12, 2021
Sex Crimes | Sex Offender Registration | Sexual Abuse | Sexual Assault
Sex crimes, unfortunately, happen quite often. And maybe more often in Illinois than other places.
A study from SafeHome.org found that the state of Illinois has the fifth-highest number of people listed on their sex offender registry in the United States. That means that the state has more registered sex offenders than 45 other states out there.
This begs a salient question: what does it mean to be an Illinois sex offender? What types of crimes can put you on [...]