Download» The Illinois Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health and Justice Strategic Planning Meeting, will convene on Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 10 a.m. at the following location: University of Illinois – Rockford 1601 Parkview Avenue Rockford, IL 61107.View the meeting agenda The Adult Redeploy Illinois Oversight Board Regular Meeting will convene on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at to p.m.GATA Registration, Pre-Qualification and an ICQ submission is required for all grant applicants.ICJIA will only review grant application from agencies which have submitted a State Fiscal Year 2018 (SFY18) ICQ through the GATA website.Since the person responsible did not intend […] Illinois courts apply the term involuntary manslaughter to any accidental death that results from the reckless acts of another.Recklessness is the key component of involuntary manslaughter.
Anyone who is injured or killed by the person at fault can recover damages in a civil action for personal injury or wrongful death.
Some offenders may be eligible for court supervision, the successful completion of which will allow dispose of the criminal case.
There are many options for first time marijuana offenders especially that may result in no conviction being entered on your criminal record and it is important to understand all of your options before entering a plea agreement or pleading guilty to a crime you may have not committed.
If the acts causing the death were negligent, then the loss of life would be actionable in a civil courtroom, through a wrongful death lawsuit.
The statute penalizing […] The impact of the criminal conviction can be long-lasting and devastating.
Even if you obtain marijuana from a friend or colleague who is entitled to legally possess it due to a qualifying medical condition, this cannot be shared for recreational use with others.