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The Illinois Supreme Court chamber is highlighted during a media tour of the Illinois Supreme Court building on Wednesday in Springfield, Ill. The Illinois Supreme Court building officially reopened after 13 months of extensive renovation work.
Restored photos of past Illinois Supreme Court justices, including Stephen A. Douglas, top center, are seen during a media tour of the Illinois Supreme Court building on Wednesday in Springfield, Ill.
Illinois Supreme Court Chief Justice Rita Garman speaks with reporters during a media tour of the Illinois Supreme Court building on Wednesday in Springfield, Ill. The Illinois Supreme Court building officially reopened after 13 months of extensive renovation work. The building was built in …
SPRINGFIELD | Two of Illinois' top judges this week offered a rare and sometimes intimate glimpse into the behind-the-scenes activity of the state's highest court.
Crossing the line separating Indiana and Illinois sometimes means dealing with different laws and customs. Readers are asked to share ideas for this weekly feature. This week: chief justices.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. | There's no timeline yet for the return of nearly $23 million in health insurance premiums that the Illinois Supreme Court has recently ruled belong to state retirees.
SPRINGFIELD | It easily could be 2016 before Illinoisans know whether new changes to the state’s pension systems are legal, a University of Illinois law professor said Friday.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. | The Illinois Supreme Court threw out a state law Friday that taxes certain Internet sales, saying the so-called "Amazon tax" violated federal rules against "discriminatory taxes" on digital transactions.
CHICAGO | As their home building undergoes renovation, Illinois Supreme Court justices convened in Chicago Tuesday and began their first term away from Springfield in more than 100 years.
SPRINGFIELD | The Illinois Supreme Court is moving to Chicago.
CALUMET CITY | Brian Wilson is officially off today's mayoral ballot.
CALUMET CITY | Attorneys for mayoral hopeful Brian Wilson filed an appeal Friday with the Illinois Supreme Court in hopes of getting the candidate back on the ballot for Tuesday’s mayoral election.
CALUMET CITY | Mayoral hopeful Brian Wilson said he and his attorneys will make a trip Friday to Springfield to file an appeal with the Illinois Supreme Court that he hopes will restore his name to the ballot for Tuesday’s municipal elections.
SPRINGFIELD | The Illinois Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a lawsuit by two homeowners challenging the state's school funding system.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. | Lawyers are supposed to win cases for their clients. Lawyers in the juvenile justice system want what's best for troubled children.
Ownership of so-called assault weapons is under review by the Illinois Supreme Court.
INDIANAPOLIS | The selection process that began in December when Chief Justice Randall Shepard announced his retirement ends Monday when Mark Massa takes the oath of office to become Indiana's 107th Supreme Court justice.
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JOLIET | Defense attorneys for a Steger man who wanted the Illinois Supreme Court to force prosecutors to give them recordings of jailhouse telephone conversations the man made to his girlfriend were "disappointed" the court did not do so.
SPRINGFIELD | Illinois probation officers may be dealing with a new kind of discipline.
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