BELLEVILLE – Illinois appellate prosecutor Charles Colburn doesn’t want video coverage at the murder trial of David Fields, set to start on July 23.
In pre-dawn order, Herndon rips lawyer for veterans commissioner in suit against current and former officials
EAST ST. LOUIS – At 4:03 a.m. on July 12, U.S. District Judge David Herndon posted an order ripping lawyer Tom Burkart and canceling a July 23 trial date for Burkart’s client, Madison County Veteran Assistance Commissioner Brad Lavite.
The families of two men who died in a motor vehicle crash brought a lawsuit against two bars or allegedly serving an intoxicated person.
Budget constraints across the state's judicial system is blocking any move to replace a deceased judge of the Twentieth Judicial Circuit, according to its Chief Judge Andrew Gleeson.
Two attorneys in a St. Louis law firm earned honors for being among the top younger practitioners in the country.
A St. Clair County grant writer sued the East St. Louis Township for defamation over a letter accusing him of plagiarism.
Witness for Duebbert, sister and office manager, was prepared to testify allegations 'totally made up'
A witness for St. Clair County Circuit Judge Ron Duebbert was prepared to testify that his accuser fabricated all of the claims that led to felony criminal sexual abuse and intimidation charges filed against him last year.
A St. Clair County resident sued another driver for allegedly causing a three-vehicle collision and injuring him.
A Madison County couple who worked together sued Medline Industries Inc. on June 25 for retaliation and wrongful termination.
BELLEVILLE - As visiting Judge Michael McHaney dismissed charges against Circuit Judge Ron Duebbert in court on July 6, he appeared as if he was in a hurry to get out of St. Clair County.
BELLEVILLE – A Belleville-based attorney with 40 years of experience, mostly in litigation, has received the Illinois State Bar Association's Medal of Merit Award.
Criminal charges against St. Clair County Circuit Judge Ron Duebbert are being dropped just four days before trial was set to begin.
EDWARDSVILLE – An African-American woman alleges her race and sexual orientation were factors in her termination from a Highland company.
CHICAGO – The Illinois State Board of Elections (SBE) has introduced a merit-based pay structure for its employees and is able to do so because of its uniquely independent status within the state.