Illinois Supreme Court

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Appeal Filed in State Employee Pay, Plans to Close Museum

Attorney General Lisa Madigan’s office filed an emergency appeal Monday with the Illinois Supreme Court to settle dueling court orders about whether state employees can get paid during the budget impasse.



Southern Ill. Judge Barely Keeps High Court Seat

Lloyd Karmeier says state needs to re-think how judicial elections are held


Nicholas Sheley (Illinois Dept. of Corrections photo)

Illinois High Court Won’t Hear Sheley Appeal

Murder suspect captured in Granite City still awaiting trial for Mo. killings



Illinois to Refund Retiree Health Care Money

75,000 state workers to see portion of $60 million payout


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Illinois Supreme Court Won’t Hear Term Limits Appeal

The Illinois Supreme Court decided Thursday not to immediately consider whether voters should get a chance to limit terms for state legislators.


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ACLU: Illinois Abortion Law Takes Effect in 35 Days

The Illinois Supreme Court issued a ruling Thursday that ended a lengthy and emotionally charged legal battle of a 1995.


Olutosin Oduwole

Illinois High Court Takes Pass in Student Threat Case

A man whose 2007 terroristic threat conviction was overturned may finally be able to put his legal troubles behind him.


Olutosin Oduwole

Supreme Court Appeal Sought In SIUE Threat Case

Olutosin Oduwole was released from prison Monday. He had been serving a five-year sentence linked to a 2011 conviction of attempting to make a terrorist threat.


Illinois High Court Ruling Aids Homeowners Facing Foreclosure

The ruling requires lenders to detail their efforts in helping homeowners.


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A Year Later, Future Of Cameras In Illinois Courts Is Uncertain

“The court is interested in seeing how this progresses in various counties,” Illinois Supreme Court Joe Tybor said.



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