An incarcerated man serving time in Taylorville for attempted murder asks St. Clair County Circuit Judge Vincent Lopinot to reconsider granting St. Clair County’s and an assistant state’s attorney’s joint motion to dismiss the suit alleging malicious prosecution.
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An Illinois prison inmate is suing Madison County Sheriff Robert Hertz and a fellow inmate after he was allegedly assaulted while housed in the Madison County jail.
Pair of negligence suits ends and begins Madison's new year
A Western Illinois Correctional Center inmate who allegedly broke into several houses and stole alcohol and cigarettes while participating in a work crew is seeking $6 million after he says he was wrongfully charged with multiple offenses and is being forced to serve a longer sentence.
Michael Cooper (IL DOC Photo) A prisoner serving a ten year bit for home invasion is suing the Illinois Department of Corrections, alleging the food he is being served is unacceptable.
John A. Ramirez (IL DOC Photo) An inmate at the Cook County Jail has filed a civil suit against Cook County Department of Corrections, alleging his constitutional rights were violated while housed in their institution.
Brian Slowick (IL DOC) An inmate serving a seven-year prison sentence for residential burglary has filed a lawsuit against the Illinois Department of Corrections alleging civil rights violations.
Sen. Forby An Illinois Department of Corrections employee who claims to be a Republican filed a federal lawsuit against Illinois State Sen. Gary Forby (D-Benton), State Rep. Brandon Phelps (D-Harrisburg), the Big Muddy River Correctional Facility warden and assistant warden alleging they violated his First Amendment constitutional rights.
A man serving a 49-year prison sentence for predatory criminal sexual assault and possession of child pornography filed a federal lawsuit against Clark County Sheriff Jerry Parsley and Jail Administrator John Hammond alleging his civil rights were violated.
An inmate at the Pinckneyville Correctional Center filed suit against the Illinois Department of Corrections in United States District Court March 24, claiming the tactical team at his former prison violated his rights.
An inmate who claims he has been cross-dressing since age 14, filed a federal lawsuit against the Illinois Department of Corrections alleging he is being sexually harassed by correctional officers.
A jailed sex offender has sued the Illinois Department of Corrections for $2 million damages claiming his Constitutional rights were breached in an Illinois prison.