Hopkins If Rev. Paprocki views have been properly reported - his silence presumed as confirmation - then a new selection for Bishop must be made.
A batter might dispute whether the last pitch was a strike or not, but he won't argue to get four strikes instead of three.
To the Editor:
Akin It is amazing listening to personal injury lawyers who say with a straight face that never in their lives have they seen a "frivolous lawsuit."
Browder A total of 26 new asbestos complaints were filed in Madison County Circuit Court throughout the week of April 5 through April 9.
While students from the Highland school district gathered for the mock trials traditionally marking Law Day, the members of the Madison County Bar Association celebrated in their own way – by honoring their own.
A jury deliberated nearly five hours Friday before finding in favor of the emergency room doctor who was sued over the death of a child in 2000.
Young Belleville attorney Timothy Wiltsie asked St. Clair County Circuit Judge Patrick Young to dismiss a wrongful death suit against the estate of Thomas Venezia and Robert Staack on Monday, for lack of prosecution.
A man claims he sustained injuries after a driver failed to yield at a stop sign and struck him.
A man has filed suit against the driver who he claims attempted to turn left in front of him and struck him.
A driver claims he sustained severe and permanent injuries after a wheel detached from the back of a tractor-trailer and collided with the front end of his vehicle.
A hearing is set Wednesday in a suit against St. Clair County brought by a woman who claims it failed to pay for her weight loss surgery.
A woman has filed suit against the allegedly intoxicated driver who failed to remain in his lane of travel and struck the vehicle in which she was riding.
A pedestrian claims he sustained severe and permanent injuries after a driver backed into him as he walked through a parking lot.
A St. Clair County man has filed suit against a couple who he says hosted a party and an underage party goer who allegedly knocked out the man's front tooth.
Crowder Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder will hear pending motions in a series of proposed class actions stemming from alleged water contamination by a common weed-killer.
Hylla An Edwardsville nursing home's appeal of a nearly $150,000 verdict entered against it last year is on hold.
Monday, May 10
A leasing corporation claims a trucking company owes it more than $70,000 for money it borrowed to purchase a piece of construction equipment.