Supported by Compliance Administrator, seek end to federal oversight stemming from 1972 and 1994 Consent Decrees and Supplemental Relief Order
Courts and Legal
Today, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle called on the Trump administration and members of Congress to advocate against civil immigration arrests in courthouses, which pose a threat to public safety.
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and State’s Attorney Kim Foxx today announced the County has filed a lawsuit against the nation’s leading pharmaceutical companies over their manufacture and aggressive marketing of prescription opioid
The John D. and Catherine T.
The passage of a law to ease and expand the expungement of juvenile arrest records was celebrated today as a major step toward a more equitable criminal justice system by Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and the chief legislative spon
Expanded Locations for Posting Bonds
for Cook County Jail Detainees
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Legislation shepherded by Rep. Nekritz takes aim at ‘tough-on-crime’ statutes
Funds will assist four organizations with community-based initiatives
Cook County prosecutors have secured the guilty plea of a Chicago man who was involved in a Chicago-based counterfeit check cashing ring that produced and cashed an estimated $2 million worth of phony checks, according to the Office of Cook County