Wrongfully convicted men weigh in on Clutter’s proposed legislation to Kwame Raoul

-Just recently, this blog covered Bill Clutter’s crusade to get Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul to consider creating an independent statewide conviction integrity unit that would review possible cases of wrongful convictions. Clutter is best known for his co-founding of … Continue reading

Parking Ticket Victory – Chalk it Up to the Fourth Amendment

By: Tim Black Any avid reader of the LauraLaw Blog knows just how much I love the underdog.  Whether you’re nabbed by a red light camera or inundated with parking tickets, I feel your pain; and if you fight like … Continue reading

Judge Allows suit challenging Chicago ban on Topless Female performances to proceed

  By Jake Morask Per Debra Cassens Weiss of the ABAJournal, a Transgender Woman’s ongoing lawsuit against Chicago’s ban on  topless female performances at liquor establishments will be allowed to proceed thanks to U.S. District Judge Andrea Wood. Bea Sullivan-Knoff … Continue reading