Category Archives: sentencing

New Good Time Rules for Prisoners in Illinois

An Illinois prisoner has served a lengthy prison sentence for an armed robbery committed when he was 19 in 1995. He understands that he made a huge mistake that cost him his freedom and best years. However, he has been working hard to make changes... Continue reading →

Changes in Sentencing Laws in Illinois’ Criminal Justice Reform Bill

A family man who owns a restaurant in Schaumburg is facing serious criminal charges. The evidence against him is extensive, and he is concerned that he will receive a guilty verdict if he goes to court. His lawyer makes him aware that he could be... Continue reading →