We learn about the problem of sex offenders being unable to register at the Chicago Police Department Headquarters. Plus, a recap of the Chicago Board of Education meeting and the funky jazzy sounds of Fareed Haque and his band.
A lawsuit accuses the city of Chicago of unfairly refusing to waive a $100 registration fee for sex offenders who are too poor to pay.The Chicago Sun-Times reports that the federal lawsuit seeks class-action status and an injunction to prevent the city from denying registration to sex offen
A court-approved agreement that classifies a defiant former Chicago priest as “sexually violent” could lead to his release from a Wisconsin treatment facility as early as November.Norbert Maday, convicted in 1994 of sexually assaulting Chicago-area children, avoided a Wisconsin jury trial that would
This next installment of Ask Me Why tackles a painful, hot-button topic: Should convicted sex offenders stay on a permanent registry that documents their offenses? Or, should they be removed from the list after some period of time?Helena Carnes-Jeffries, 36, picked the topic.