October 2018 Archives

Are you the victim of tortious interference?

Tortious interference refers to the intentional interference in a contractual or other business relationship with the motive of inflicting economic harm to one or more of the parties in that relationship. It's considered an economic tort because the damage to the plaintiff is financial in nature.

Defining probable cause, wrongful arrests and false imprisonment

A false arrest is simply an arrest made without the legal authority to do so. When a person is taken into custody without the legal right for such an act, this is called false imprisonment. A person who is falsely imprisoned or falsely arrested can file a claim against those who violated their civil rights.

Why does Illinois have so many exonerations?

Illinois ranks third among all states in the number of people wrongfully convicted of a crime and then exonerated. Over the past three decades, 225 people in our state have been cleared of the crimes they were convicted of. Last year alone, the National Registry of Exonerations reported that 21 people were cleared of convictions for murder, robbery, drug possession and sexual assault. All but one are men.

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