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  • Our Public Media: Quick to Judge, Slow to Correct, How Can This Happen? (Part 3 of 3)
    Our Public Media: Quick to Judge, Slow to Correct, How Can This Happen? (Part 3 of 3)

    After our firm obtained a Not Guilty verdict at a jury trial in a sexual assault case against a minor, we were surprised when no media outlet reported on it. There were several reasons for our ...

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  • Our Public Media: Quick to Judge, Slow to Correct: How an Innocent Person had to Fight for His Life (Part 2 of 3)
    Our Public Media: Quick to Judge, Slow to Correct: How an Innocent Person had to Fight for His Life (Part 2 of 3)

    Our firm recently obtained a Not Guilty verdict at a jury trial involving a sexual assault case against a minor. The media ran with the story as soon as it was announced, and it made sense that they ...

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  • Our Public Media: Quick to Judge, Slow to Correct (Part 1 of 3)
    Our Public Media: Quick to Judge, Slow to Correct (Part 1 of 3)

    Recently, our firm obtained a Not Guilty verdict at a jury trial involving a sexual assault case against a minor. This was no small feat. Anyone would tell you how hard it is to obtain a Not Guilty ...

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  • Johnson Law Group Files Federal Lawsuit Against Illinois State University
    Johnson Law Group Files Federal Lawsuit Against Illinois State University

    Recently, the attorneys at Johnson Law Group filed a lawsuit against Illinois State University in federal district court. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of a former ISU student who claims that he was ...

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  • There are Different Types of Corporate Taxes
    There are Different Types of Corporate Taxes

    Corporations are generally taxed as entities that are distinct and separate from their owners. Essentially, there are two general ways in which a corporation is taxed – as what is called a type “C” or ...

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  • Appealing a Plea Deal You Don’t Like
    Appealing a Plea Deal You Don’t Like

    Although a person might find himself or herself arrested for the offense of Domestic Battery, a prosecutor could decide to charge that person with simply Battery instead, depending on how he or she ...

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