The Illinois Supreme Court ordered that legal filings in the Van Dyke case should be filed in the clerk’s office, as is common with other cases.
The lanky, 15-year-old twins were only slightly younger than the four men charged with trying to mug them in 2014 under an Englewood viaduct.
Boudreau, who has been named in nearly 40 wrongful conviction lawsuits, let his patience slip shortly before leaving the stand.
Celebrated Chicago chef Judson Allen was laid to rest Saturday, a week after his unexpected death of a suspected heart attack.
Ariel Gomez has long maintained that former CPD Det. Reynaldo Guevara beat him to try to force him to confess to Concepcion Diaz’s murder.
The judge’s ruling came after a hearing, which focused more on the state laws for establishing a police force than on charges facing Robert Ellis.
Federal prosecutors will argue at a hearing next week that Ernesto Godinez should be held without bail. Godinez has a history of run-ins with police.
Norwegian American Hospital officials suspended Ravishankar’s clinical privileges and terminated his contract a day after the woman made her complaint.
Jonathan Mills had played college ball at Southern Mississippi University, and had played professionally in Canada and for a Chicago semi-pro team.
Defense lawyers were calling nine witnesses – all of whom likely can testify to violent encounters with Laquan McDonald before the 2014 shooting.
Shane Sleeper, who spent two days on the loose, is accused of threatening to kill the manager and patrons of several North Side gay bars.
Brittany Covington was released from jail after pleading guilty to hate crime charges. Her plea deal included a four-year ban on using social media.
The ruling by Cook County Judge Carol Howard comes after a week-long bench trial that included testimony from the victim and a second woman.