Officer Marco Proano is set to go on trial Monday in federal court on charges he violated the civil rights of two teenagers he shot and wounded.
The escort allegedly used the money paid for trips to Bali, France, Costa Rica, Hawaii, Santorini, Bora Bora and Fiji.
Zachary Fardon will launch a new Chicago office for King & Spalding, the international law firm announced Wednesday.
The former speaker’s legal troubles aren’t over. He still faces two lawsuits in Kendall County related to the lurid allegations against him.
Despite the bluster, the City of Chicago’s sanctuary city fight with Jeff Sessions will not be resolved before a Sept. 5 grant application deadline.
Jones allegedly used his fame to pressure young girls to expose themselves in “audition” videos. His attorney declined to comment Monday.
Coleman dropped his head when the jury foreman read the verdict. He now faces a maximum of 20 years in prison when he is sentenced on Nov. 15.
In handing down his sentence, U.S. District Judge John J. Tharp said Chester had chosen to “advance the cause of evil.”
Chester’s defense attorney maintains he was simply a run-of-the-mill drug dealer who ran with bad and “perhaps even evil people.”
Coleman’s lawyers say the feds only have two untrustworthy witnesses to tie Coleman to the tip.