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IL Supreme Court: Buyers of defective RV not required to allow dealer to fix it before demanding refund
Illinois' highest court has handed a win to a couple who purchased a lemon of a motor home and demanded a refund.
The Illinois Supreme Court has ruled a church in suburban Dundee and its pastor can be liable for a youth minister's sexual assault of a teenage church member, finding the girl and her parents made a plausible case the church and its pastor could have headed off the assault by acting on signs the minister was allegedly a pedophile.
An Illinois appeals court has upheld a Kane County judge’s judgment the religious freedom of four self-avowed Christian men from Elgin, whom Elgin police accused of gang membership, was not hindered by an injunction the city tried to apply that would have barred them from associating with gang members.
A state appeals panel said an Aurora police officer can keep his job despite spying on his ex-wife.
A state appeals court has declined to revive the fifth try at a lawsuit filed over the 2015 death of a Des Plaines woman who died while bicycling on an Aurora bike trail.
Rush-Copley Medical Center not liable for doctor's delayed treatment of woman's kidney stone, appeals court rules
An Aurora hospital remains not liable in a doctor's decision to wait until the following day to remove a woman's kidney, prolonging her pain and causing serious injuries, a three-justice state appeals court panel has ruled.