A Reason Sheriff Keith Nygren Hasn’t Used to Fire a Deputy – Facebook “Liking” of Prim or Harrison

Reading the Chicago Tribune today, I discovered a sheriff had fired a deputy for liking an opposition candidate on Facebook. “It is the internet equivalent of displaying a political sign in one’s front yard, which the Supreme Court has held … Continue reading

Zane Seipler Beats Keith Nygren in Appellate Court

Earlier this week McHenry County Sheriff Keith Nygren won a Federal Appellate Court decision because the lawyer handing the case for the plaintiff wrote such a bad brief. Today Nygren lost a State Appellate Court decision because his side of … Continue reading

Final Words from Linda Moore’s Attorney – Part 6

Hiring and firing is the topic of Linda Moore Attorney John Nelson’s sixth section. β€œIt must be noted that a board of trustees of any township cannot set any conditions on benefits or work rules unless the township employees five … Continue reading

Schlenkert Wins Unanimous Decision in Appellate Court

When I wrote the article yesterday on Deputy Sheriff Bob Schlenkert’s victory in the 2nd Appellate Court, I didn’t have the decision. Now, I do. This decision came down three days after the oral arguments. I’m no student of appellate … Continue reading