Federal prosecutors want an undercover FBI agent to testify in disguise and in a courtroom cleared of the public and news media at the upcoming trial of a suburban man charged with attempting to detonate a car bomb outside a Loop bar. In the court ... Chicago Tribune, 2 weeks ago
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Chicago criminal-defense attorney Beau Brindley is used to standing before a judge at the Dirksen U.S. Courthouse, delivering passionate and sometimes quirky arguments on behalf of his clients. But Wednesday morning was different. Brindley, 36, ...Chicago Tribune, 1 month ago
A federal jury on Friday found Scottie Pippen's onetime financial adviser guilty of bank fraud for a variety of schemes that included taking out a $1.4 million loan in the Chicago Bulls legend's name that he used to pay off personal debts. Robert ...Chicago Tribune, 5 days ago Trial of Pippen's ex-adviser drawing to a close Chicago Tribune, 1 week ago Scottie Pippen expected to testify in trial of ex-financial adviser Chicago Tribune, 2 weeks ago
Cherron Phillips seemed to waver moments after a federal judge sentenced her to seven years in prison Tuesday for filing a series of bogus multibillion-dollar liens on top court officials. Phillips, a devotee of the sovereign citizen movement that ...Chicago Tribune, 1 week ago
A federal judge Thursday postponed a detention hearing for a Bolingbrook teen accused of attempting to join the Islamic State terrorism group amid concerns that prosecutors wanted to close the courtroom to the public and media. The decision by ...Chicago Tribune, 1 week ago
A former Des Plaines police commander who padded DUI arrest records so the department could get federal grant money was sentenced today to six months in prison. Timothy Veit, 57, apologized in Chicago's Dirksen U.S. Courthouse for his role in ...Chicago Tribune, 2 weeks ago
Federal investigations into former Gov. Rod Blagojevich's controversial appointment of Roland Burris to the U.S. Senate could take center stage at the trial next week of a Chicago man charged with illegally lobbying on behalf of the oppressive ...Chicago Tribune, 3 weeks ago
Chicago -- Attorneys for Indiana and Wisconsin faced tough, pointed questions from a panel of three federal appeals judges in Chicago during Tuesday morning's arguments over bans on gay marriage in those states. Judge Richard Posner waited just ...San Francisco Chronicle, 1 month ago Judges ask pointed questions about same-sex marriage bans in Wis., Ind. Chicago Tribune, 1 month ago
Former Cook County Employee Arrested for Allegedly Swindling $330,000 from $10.3 Million U.S. Flood Relief Grant
CHICAGO—A former Cook County employee who managed a $10.3 million federal grant to assist county residents who were impacted by floods in 2008 was arrested today on federal charges for allegedly engaging in a fraud scheme with several contractors ...United States Department of Justice, 1 month ago
In the federal probation office in Chicago, there's one certain sign of a busy workplace: empty hallways and unoccupied desks. Aided by rapidly changing mobile technology, probation officers increasingly work in the community, visiting homes and ...Noodls, 1 month ago
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