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JOLIET, Ill. | Efforts are underway to build a new Will County courthouse in Joliet.
Drew Peterson lead defense attorney Joel Brodsky leaves the Will County Courthouse in Joliet, Ill., during the August 2012 murder trial of Peterson.
Drew Peterson lead defense attorney Joel Brodsky leaves the Will County Courthouse in Joliet, Ill. after the second day of the murder trial of Peterson. Peterson, 58, is charged with killing his third wife, Kathleen Savio, in 2004. Her body was found in a dry bathtub in her home, her hair so…
JOLIET, Ill. | Forensic pathologists testified for the defense Tuesday that they believe Drew Peterson's third wife died of an accidental fall in her bathtub, countering earlier testimony from state witnesses that her 2004 death was murder.
JOLIET, Ill. | A witness testified at Drew Peterson's murder trial Wednesday that the former Illinois police officer offered him $25,000 to hire a hit man to kill his third wife just three months before she was found dead.
JOLIET, Ill. | The judge at Drew Peterson's murder trial on Tuesday blasted prosecutors for broaching a subject he told them not to and sent them home with a warning that he might throw the case out of court.
JOLIET, Ill. | A judge said Thursday that he believed Drew Peterson could receive a fair trial in his murder case, but not before chiding prosecutors for entering inadmissible evidence and criticizing them in front of jurors.
JOLIET, Ill. | A visibly angry judge said Wednesday he will consider declaring a mistrial at Drew Peterson's murder trial after a second major blunder by prosecutors in as many days, once again illustrating how the high-profile case has been beset by problems from the outset.
JOLIET | A Steger man was sentenced to 9 1/2 years for the 2010 crash that killed his girlfriend's 5-year-old son, something for which he said he hasn't forgiven himself.
JOLIET | Calumet City District 155 School Superintendent Troy Paraday was sentenced to four years of probation Wednesday after pleading guilty to aggravated driving under the influence in a 2008 Homer Glen car crash.
JOLIET, Ill. | It will be up to the Illinois Supreme Court to decide whether prosecutors must turn over recordings of a Steger man's jailhouse phone calls to defense attorneys for the man, who is facing prison time for a fatal DUI crash.
JOLIET | Attorneys for a Steger man who faces sentencing for a crash that killed his girlfriend's 5-year-old son said Tuesday they will subpoena the Will County Sheriff's Department to get recordings of the calls the man made to his girlfriend while in jail.
JOLIET | The Will County state's attorney's office is asking the Illinois Supreme Court to overturn a ruling requiring prosecutors to turn over recordings of jailhouse telephone calls made by a man later convicted of aggravated driving under the influence.
JOLIET, Ill. | Calumet City School District 155 Superintendent Troy Paraday asked a Will County judge Wednesday to show him some sympathy when sentencing him for his guilty plea to a charge of aggravated driving under the influence.
A sentencing hearing for the superintendent of Calumet City School District 155, charged with felony aggravated driving under the influence, has been continued to June 8, a spokesman for the Will County state's attorney's office said.
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