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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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  • Defendant to Plead Not Guilty to Murder Charges for Wife's Death in 1990
    Defendant to Plead Not Guilty to Murder Charges for Wife's Death in 1990

    In 1990, a Mansfield man's wife committed suicide by hanging, forensic investigators claimed. Now, 26 years later, the same man has been charged with the murder of his wife after Illinois State ...

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  • New Law Grants Restricted Driving Permits to Multiple DUI Offenders in Illinois
    New Law Grants Restricted Driving Permits to Multiple DUI Offenders in Illinois

    Early next year, a new law will grant four-time DUI offenders in Illinois the opportunity to apply for restricted driving permits. Effective January 1 st , 2016, this law will allow more than 5,000 ...

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  • ISU Student's Death Results in New Charges
    ISU Student's Death Results in New Charges

    New charges have just been filed in a case involving an Illinois State University student and a young man. The young man has been accused of a hit-and-run accident in which the victim died due to ...

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  • WMBD Interviews Johnson Law Group Attorneys Regarding Wrongful Felony Convictions
    WMBD Interviews Johnson Law Group Attorneys Regarding Wrongful Felony Convictions

    Every year, there are individuals who are wrongfully convicted of serious felonies and weapons offenses. These felony convictions can prevent a person from voting, serving in the military, paying for ...

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  • Immigrant Walks Free and No Longer Fears Deportation After an Unlawful Felony Conviction
    Immigrant Walks Free and No Longer Fears Deportation After an Unlawful Felony Conviction

    Nearly a year ago, Ahmed Altayeb – who emigrated to the U.S. from Yemen in 1997 – was arrested on charges of reckless discharge of a firearm and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon. Altayeb had chased ...

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