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  • Travis Reinking, the Waffle House Shooter (Part 1 of 2): Should His Guns Have Been Returned to His Father in the First Place?
    Travis Reinking, the Waffle House Shooter (Part 1 of 2): Should His Guns Have Been Returned to His Father in the First Place?

    Lots of things make us unique in Illinois. Some good. Some bad. In Illinois, it is unlawful to possess a firearm or firearm ammunition without a Firearm Owner's Identification Card. That card—and ...

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  • What It Takes To Defend A Man's Life
    What It Takes To Defend A Man's Life

    If you ask many criminal defense attorneys how they feel about the people they defend, you may hear variations of the same thing: "It's my job." What you may not hear very often is that attorney ...

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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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