BENTON – Granting criminal defendants custody of their case files would expose witnesses to intimidation, Madison County counsel Joseph Devereux asserted in U.S. district court on Feb. 27.
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A building owner is suing Pekin Insurance Co., a licensed insurer, citing alleged breach of insurance policy.
EDWARDSVILLE — Madison County oil well operators are suing an attorney, alleging breach of fiduciary duty.
EDWARDSVILLE — A driver accuses a man of harassing her and then causing a car crash after a road rage incident.
BELLEVILLE — A man is suing his former employers for allegedly fabricating an alleged threat in order to terminate the plaintiff.
EDWARDSVILLE — A former client is suing is divorce attorney for allegedly misplacing a contract and failing to represent him in his case.
BELLEVILLE – An employee of a St. Clair County business allegedly caused a multi-vehicle collision when he reached to pick up his dropped cellphone.
EDWARDSVILLE — A woman is suing her former live-in partner for allegedly refusing to let her leave and intentional battery.
EDWARDSVILLE — A property owner is suing a real estate agent and company for demanding commission on the sale of a $1 million home despite allegedly failing to provide services.
A Granite City mail carrier seeks summary judgment 18 months after filing a trip and fall suit, arguing that the home owners have failed to respond or enter an appearance.
State officials sued in a class action over an extra $1 FOID card fee argue that summary judgment is not proper because Illinois citizens cannot collect from the state a $1 processing fee for firearm owner identification cards that was voluntarily paid to a third-party vendor.
A sporting goods company seeks to dismiss a former East St. Louis high school football player’s suit alleging he sustained head injuries due to a defective helmet
A class of Illinois FOID card applicants seeks summary judgment in regards to the “unlawfulness” of an extra $1 processing fee for firearm owner identification cards.
EDWARDSVILLE – A Wood River woman alleges her home was searched by a city police officer without a warrant.
BELLEVILLE – Two Texas residents allege several Madison County and St. Clair County residents posted defamatory comments online.
EDWARDSVILLE – A man working for a roofing company alleges he was injured by a defective ladder rack on a truck it provided.
Madison County Circuit Judge Dennis Ruth granted class certification in a suit alleging the state inappropriately charged a $1 processing fee for firearm owner identification cards.
EDWARDSVILLE — A woman is suing the owners of the Village Drive Inn, citing alleged sexual harassment and wrongful termination.
EDWARDSVILLE — A woman is suing the owners of a coin collection store for allegedly unlawfully selling stolen products.
Madison County Associate Judge Clarence Harrison granted in part and denied in part a construction company and contractor’s motion for summary judgment in an asbestos attorney’s lawsuit alleging mold and water infiltrated his $775,000 Troy home.