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Month: July 2020

Jul. 24 2020

How Is It Public Indecency When I’m Inside My Own Home in Chicago?

How Is It Public Indecency When I'm Inside My Own Home in Chicago?
Posted By: Sami Azhari

Your home is supposedly your castle - it’s the place where you can do whatever you want. It’s one of the only places that you can wander around dressed - or undressed - however you please, right? Well, not quite. Recently, a man has been declared wanted for being naked in his own [...]
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Jul. 17 2020

Criminal Mischief Becomes a Hate Crime for Illinois Man

Criminal Mischief Becomes a Hate Crime for Illinois Man
Posted By: Sami Azhari

Race relations have come to the forefront of the American consciousness with the current wave of protests. As a result, hate crimes are coming to the forefront of the news cycle. Many people are discovering that “hate crime” is a broader term than they had previously understood. That’s [...]
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Jul. 17 2020

COVID-19 Grace Period for Chicago Sex Offenders Not a “Free Pass”

COVID-19 Grace Period for Chicago Sex Offenders Not a “Free Pass”
Posted By: Sami Azhari

The global pandemic has put a halt on many plans and procedures. Buildings are closed. Deadlines have been pushed back. Events have been rescheduled. Law enforcement and criminal justice are not immune to the effects of COVID-19. Case-in-point: Chicago’s Criminal Registration Unit is [...]
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Jul. 3 2020

Chicago Woman Facing 15 Years for No Probation for DUI Charges

Chicago Woman Facing 15 Years for No Probation for DUI Charges
Posted By: Sami Azhari
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The consequences for DUI in Illinois are serious. You could find yourself paying thousands of dollars just for one drive home. Worse, these costs don’t even begin to cover the possible jail time and other consequences of drinking and driving. Case-in-point: a woman in Glendale Heights is [...]
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Jul. 3 2020

Looting Isn’t the Only Charge Against Protestors — Some Face Arson

Looting Isn't the Only Charge Against Protestors -- Some Face Arson
Posted By: Sami Azhari
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With protests breaking out all over the United States, it can be easy to get caught up in the emotions of the moment and go further than you intended. Take care, though. Charges for disorderly conduct or resisting arrest are one thing -- rioting and looting are a completely different beast, [...]
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