Monthly Archives: July 2016

A Cook County judge had some stern words aimed at the state’s public health director regarding the Illinois medical marijuana pilot program. The judge was presiding over a lawsuit filed by an Iraq war veteran in response to the program’s … Continue reading

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According to national statistics, a person is sexually assaulted every two minutes in this country. In a sexual assault investigation, law enforcement will often process a rape kit from the alleged victim. A rape kit includes the evidence that is collected, … Continue reading

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A new study conducted by AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has found that the current legal blood limits in place for marijuana are not an accurate way to measure whether a person is too impaired to drive. The study concluded even … Continue reading

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Being cited for a traffic violation can mean more than just the aggravation of having to pay a fine. In many cases, not only is the cost of the penalty significant, but infractions can eventually lead to higher insurance rates and … Continue reading

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