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Broke States Just Might Have Political Corruption To Blame

Former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich arrives for the verdict in his corruption retrial at the Dirksen Federal Courthouse June 27, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by John Gress/) | John Gress via A legacy of political corruption is ... Huffington Post, 1 month ago

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Attorney now under investigation first faced scrutiny seven years ago, court records show

Chicago attorney Beau Brindley, currently under criminal investigation, first drew scrutiny seven years ago when federal authorities suspected he smuggled cigarettes to an inmate during a meeting in the U.S. attorney's office, according to court ...
 Chicago Tribune2 weeks ago Chicago lawyer under investigation by feds  Chicago Tribune3 weeks ago
Chicago Tribune

'Sovereign citizen' follower convicted in federal court in Chicago

_ A federal jury today convicted a follower of the anti-government sovereign citizen movement on charges she filed bogus liens seeking tens of billions of dollars from then-U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald and other top federal court officials. ...
 Chicago Tribune2 months ago Chicago Man Arrested on Federal Charges for Allegedly Impersonating a U.S. Marshal Service Employee Twice in 2013  United States Department of Justice2 months ago 'Sovereign citizen' follower faces trial for suits against judges  Chicago Tribune2 months ago Trial set to begin for woman charged with filing bogus liens  Chicago Tribune2 months ago

Ex-U.S. attorney takes stand: 'I don't owe anyone $100 billion'

_ Former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald is no stranger to the inside of a federal courtroom, but his role today was decidedly different -- testifying as a victim in a criminal case. That unusual circumstance played out at the Dirksen U.S.
 Chicago Tribune2 months ago

Judges blast 2 states' bans on same-sex marriage

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 Chronicle2 days ago Judges ask pointed questions about same-sex marriage bans in Wis., Ind.  Chicago Tribune2 days ago Judge exits Jordan case with blistering report on star's legal team  Miami Herald2 months ago

Customs officer charged in sham marriage arrangement

A federal customs officer assigned to OHare International Airport has been charged with attempting to thwart an investigation of a sham marriage she arranged between a friend of hers and a Mongolian citizen more than a decade ago, authorities said ...
 Chicago Tribune3 weeks ago

Uncle Sam wants ideas for State Street buildings

By David Lee Matthews The federal government is trying to figure out what to do with a stretch of State Street that's not so great. The U.S. General Services Administration is seeking ideas for four vacant and vintage ...
 Crains ChicagoBusiness1 month ago
Chicago Tribune

Judge removes himself from lawsuit, blasts Jordan's lawyers

_ A veteran federal judge has removed himself from NBA legend Michael Jordan's multimillion-dollar lawsuit against Dominick's food stores but not before blasting the basketball great's attorneys for launching what he called a groundless and ...
 Chicago Tribune2 months 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 Justice14 hours ago

Probation Office Pilots Lean, Open Design to Shrink Space, Rent Bills

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 ...
 Noodls1 day ago
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