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Last month, the Illinois Supreme Court’s Rules Committee heard a proposal which would limit the use of handcuffs and shackles on minors during juvenile delinquency cases. The current rule is not really considered a rule at all by many juvenile justice … Continue reading

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In a recent decision by the Illinois Supreme Court, a man’s 2013 felony burglary conviction has been overturned. Justices went a step further than just overturning the conviction, and wrote in their decision that the prosecutor’s definition of burglary in this … Continue reading

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