Sun-Times Reports Judicial Inquiry Board Probing Judge Maureen McIntyre’s Boone County Divorce

Today Judge Maureen McIntyre is the subject of another big story in the Chicago-Sun Times.

The Sun-Times story is based on an interview of David Matthiesen of Lakewood, who talked to a Judicial Inquiry Board investigator for forty minutes.

The Sun-Times story is based on an interview of David Matthiesen of Lakewood, who talked to a Judicial Inquiry Board investigator for forty minutes.

The Sun-Times is interested in McIntyre because she has been selected to be the judge in the Richard Vanecko trial about David Koschman’s beating death in Cook County.

That’s the one where Dan Weber is the Special Prosecutor.

The investigation concerns McIntryre’s 2006 divorce from her husband Raymond A. Henehan.   It took place in Boone County, just west of McHenry County.

The Sun-Times reports on husband Hanehan’s financial problems. The divorce apparently allowed McIntrye to keep assets that might not have been possible had she not gotten the divorce.  A subsequent lien by the Illinois Supreme Court on Henehan lists his living at McIntyre’s address, according to the Sun-Times.


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