A federal prosecutor said Springfield power broker William Cellini should not be getting a new trial. This comes despite revelations a juror in his case lied about her criminal record.Late Thursday night, U.S.
The Illinois appellate court has tossed out guilty verdicts of two Chicago nightclub owners related to a fatal stampede.Twenty-one people were crushed to death at the E2 nightclub after a fight broke out in 2003.
Attorneys asked federal judge James Zagel to throw out the conviction of William Cellini. The Springfield businessman was convicted just two weeks ago in connection with fundraising for former Gov. Rod Blagojevich.
The U.S. Supreme Court may soon decide if it's constitutional to make Americans buy health insurance. Illinois' two U.S. Senators are both in favor of the Court taking up the issue, but for different reasons.Republican Sen.