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  • Police Error Violates Constitution, Drug Bust Evidence Inadmissible
    Police Error Violates Constitution, Drug Bust Evidence Inadmissible

    Johnson Law Group Bloomington drug crime attorneys are handling a news-catching drug crime case out of Decatur. Our client, Keith Halliburton, was arrested after the police placed a tracking device ...

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  • Decatur-Area Judge Rules Drugs Seized in Drug Bust are Inadmissible Evidence
    Decatur-Area Judge Rules Drugs Seized in Drug Bust are Inadmissible Evidence

    27 pounds of cannabis and roughly 0.5 pounds of cocaine will not be considered admissible evidence in Keith Halliburton's ongoing drug crime case due to a recent ruling from a Macon County Circuit ...

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  • All Drug-Related Evidence in Drug Bust Case Deemed Inadmissible
    All Drug-Related Evidence in Drug Bust Case Deemed Inadmissible

    A Macon County Circuit Court judge has recently ruled that all evidence that had been seized from Keith Halliburton's property as part of a drug bust is inadmissible in trial. The evidence consists of ...

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  • Marijuana Possession Partially Decriminalized in Illinois
    Marijuana Possession Partially Decriminalized in Illinois

    Republican Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner has surprised liberals throughout the state by approving several laws in late July 2016 that will lessen the penalties of marijuana-related offenses . A year ...

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  • Is Marijuana in Illinois Legal Now?
    Is Marijuana in Illinois Legal Now?

    Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner has signed several bills into law regarding marijuana possession in the state. Some of these new laws have decriminalized the substance in certain circumstances. Does ...

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  • Marijuana Largely Decriminalized in Illinois
    Marijuana Largely Decriminalized in Illinois

    Significant changes to drug crime law and driving under the influence laws Illinois have been swept into place after Governor Bruce Rauner signs a packet of bills in late July 2016. Overall, the state ...

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