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Disorderly Conduct / Protesting

Jul. 7 2021

Wild 4th of July? How to Find the Right IL Defense Attorney

Posted By: Sami Azhari

Independence Day is a big holiday every year. People love to get together and celebrate, spending long hours having fun with friends and family. However, there’s another aspect to this holiday that isn’t as fun: an increase in arrests. Most holidays, including the 4th of July, see an [...]
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Mar. 26 2021

Break Chicago’s Spring Travel Orders, Face Disorderly Conduct Charges

Break Chicago's Spring Travel Orders, Face Disorderly Conduct Charges
Posted By: Sami Azhari

COVID-19 has changed the way people operate, including how they travel. These days, many destinations require negative COVID tests within so many days of arrival or a quarantine period once you arrive – including Chicago. Recently, the city of Chicago updated its COVID-19 restrictions. [...]
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Jun. 18 2020

Looting During Chicago’s George Floyd Protests is a Felony

Looting During Chicago's George Floyd Protests is a Felony
Posted By: Sami Azhari

Looting seems to be a big issue after disasters – both natural and man-made. With protests popping up across the nation, including in Illinois, some people are taking things beyond protesting and crossing over into looting. However, if you’re arrested and charged with looting in [...]
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Apr. 11 2020

Chicago Police Aren’t Taking Coronavirus Pranks Lightly

Chicago Police Aren't Taking Coronavirus Pranks Lightly
Posted By: Sami Azhari

It seems as if no matter what is going on in the world, people will try to use it to garner attention. Unfortunately, as a Chicago teen recently proved, coronavirus is no exception. In Joliet, Ill., a 19-year-old man was arrested for announcing to customers in a Walmart that he had [...]
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Oct. 18 2019

Disorderly Conduct: When Halloween Pranks Go Too Far in Illinois

Disorderly Conduct: When Halloween Pranks Go Too Far in Illinois
Posted By: Sami Azhari

October 31st is known nationwide as the spookiest night of the year, but what happens if your Halloween “trick” gets out of hand? As children mature into their teenage years, often they can get involved in events on Halloween and October 30th (sometimes called Mischief Night) that can have [...]
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Mar. 6 2019

How the Smollet Case Went from Hate Crime to Disorderly Conduct

How the Smollet Case Went from Hate Crime to Disorderly Conduct
Posted By: Sami Azhari

The Jussie Smollet case has been the top story on every news outlet for quite a while now. What first appeared to be a hate crime against the Empire actor has now turned into a bizarre string of incidents that is angering people of color and LGBT communities across America. What has happened [...]
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Aug. 30 2017

Charged with Disorderly Conduct at a Chicago Rally? How to Fight Back

Charged with Disorderly Conduct at a Chicago Rally? How to Fight Back
Posted By: Sami Azhari

On Saturday, August 12, a Unite the Right rally was planned to protest the removal of a Confederate statue of General Robert E. Lee located in Emancipation Park – formerly Lee park – in Charlottesville, Virginia. On Friday, the day before the scheduled rally, protestors marched at the [...]
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