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Skokie to honor Judge Sullivan 2010-04-08 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 8, 2010 , p. 8 National Socialist Party of America, Parades, Sullivan, Harold, Courts, Memorials, tributes, and remembrances
Woman denied motion to reverse plea in Skokie murder 2009-03-05 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 5, 2009, p. 5 Crime and criminals - Homicide, Enriquez, Bibiana, Tlatenchi, Pablo, Tlatenchi, Maria, Courts, Jung, Jung Yon
Judge: Common sense trumps rules for kids, law 2008-02-14 None Skokie Review, Thursday, February 14, 2008, p. 7 Lectures and lecturing, Teenagers, Mulroy, Judge Thomas R., Niles Township Youth Coalition, Courts
Kids, courts are focus of judge's talk 2008-01-24 None Skokie Review, Thursday, January 24, 2008, p. 5 Lectures and lecturing, Codell, Neil, Teenagers, Mulroy, Judge Thomas R., Courts
Plea bargain is system failure 2002-08-01 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, August 1, 2002, Sec. 1, p. 6 Fink, Peter, Howard, Garritt, Crime and criminals, Makhlis, Mikhail, Courts, Editorial
Village lawyer, leader looks ahead to the bench 2002-04-11 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 11, 2002, p. 3 Meyer, Barbara, Cook County Circuit Court, Courts
Schools back ruling on student grading 2002-02-28 None Skokie Review, Thursday, February 28, 2002, p. 10 Powell, Griff E., Public School District 68 - Policies, Kamm, Marlene, Lake, Steve, Maier, Allan, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools) - Policies, Public School District 69 - Policies, Public School District 73 - Policies, Courts, Skerrett, Roger
Skokie corporate counsel running for county judge seat 2001-10-18 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, October 18, 2001, Sec. 1, p. 5 Meyer, Barbara, Elections, Courts
We won, now what? 2001-01-18 None Skokie Review, Thursday, January 18, 2001, p. 14 Refuse and refuse disposal, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County (SWANCC), Courts, Editorial
Supreme Court clears way for balefill 2001-01-11 None Skokie Review, Thursday, January 11, 2001, p. 5 Refuse and refuse disposal, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County (SWANCC), Courts, Van Dusen, George, Beal, Brooke
Dump ruling puts mayor in spotlight 2001-01-11 None Skokie Review, Thursday, January 11, 2001, p. 3 Refuse and refuse disposal, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County (SWANCC), Van Dusen, George, Courts
Balefill fate rests with Supreme Court 2000-10-26 None Skokie Review, Thursday, October 26, 2000, p. 11 Refuse and refuse disposal, Detweiler, Hans, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County (SWANCC), Darin, Jack, Bishop, Timothy, Courts, Van Dusen, George
Courts conclude past cases 1998-12-31 None Skokie Review, Thursday, December 31, 1998, p. 5 Sig, Sanders, Alan, Morris, Hilaury, Zavala, Rolando, Crime and criminals, Zagoren, Sigmund, Margovsky, Feliks, Courts, Donoe, Silvester
Skokie backing youth service 1998-11-12 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 12, 1998, p. 11 Milazzo-Benuzzi, Annemarie, Teenagers, Crime and criminals, Skokie Human Services Department, Van Dusen, George, Courts, United Way, Skokie Police Department
No on courts panel 1998-10-29 None Skokie Review, Thursday, October 29, 1998, p. 22 Elections, Courts, Editorial
Cook, state referenda on ballots 1998-10-29 None Skokie Review, Thursday, October 29, 1998, p. 20 Health care, Government - Illinois, Elections, Courts, Cook County
Niles West grad on D.C. court 1998-07-02 None Skokie Review, Thursday, July 2, 1998, p. 13 Garland, Merrick, Courts
Lawyer associations offer judicial recommendations 1998-03-12 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 12, 1998, p. 22 Elections, Hispanic Lawyers' Association (HLA), Courts, Cook County Bar Association (CCBA), Chicago Bar Association (CBA), Women's Bar Association (WBA), Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA)
Teens judge teens in peer juries 1998-02-26 None Skokie Review, Thursday, February 26, 1998, p. 85 Teenagers, Courts, Skokie Youth At Risk Task Force, Perrin, Melissa Britt
Activist dies in courthouse struggle 1997-11-20 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 20, 1997, p. 3 Cook County Courthouse, Richman, Jack B., Courts, Death
Reducing court clutter : Village-appointed officer will decide minor code violations 1997-08-28 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, August 28, 1997, Sec. 1, p. 3 Skokie Board of Trustees, Courts
Village hearing program gets first OK 1997-08-21 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 21, 1997, p. 3 Building laws and regulations, Meyer, Barbara, Huckleberry, Lowell, Courts, Hanson, Wayne
Bill bans exclusive court info contracts 1997-05-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 22, 1997, p. 9 CivicLink, Illinois Press Association, Courts, Computers, Ameritech Illinois, Laws and regulations
CivicLink law the right step 1997-05-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 22, 1997, p. 18 CivicLink, Courts, Computers, Ameritech Illinois, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Bender prepares for his job on the bench 1996-10-17 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, October 17, 1996, Sec. 1, p. 8 Bender, Gerald, Elections, 9th Judicial Subcircuit C, Courts
Juvenile justice : Rights of accused should have no age limit 1996-09-26 None Skokie Review, Thursday, September 26, 1996, p. 25 Legal Services Corp., Juvenile delinquency, Courts, Editorial
Peer juries will add new dimension to administration of justice in Skokie 1996-07-25 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, July 25, 1996, Sec. 1, p. 1 Teenagers, Crime and criminals, Courts, Skokie Youth At Risk Task Force
Village backs peer juries 1996-07-18 None Skokie Review, Thursday, July 18, 1996, p. 4 Teenagers, Crime and criminals, Courts, Miller, William, Skokie Youth At Risk Task Force, Perrin, Melissa Britt
Court caseloads expanded : 'Burbs to handle more local civil cases 1996-04-25 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, April 25, 1996, Sec. 1, p. 7 Courts,
Judge in new court, but old case persists 1996-01-11 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, January 11, 1996, Sec. 1, p. 3 Kobylski, Lisa, Schwartz, Harvey, Courts
Former commissioner gets judgeship 1995-10-12 None Skokie Review, Thursday, October 12, 1995, p. 4 Sutker-Dermer, Shelley, Cook County Circuit Court, Courts
Appeals court rules for Skokie officers 1995-06-29 None Skokie Review, Thursday, June 29, 1995, p. 5 Cabrera, Veronica, Courts, Schiller, Jeffery, Skokie Police Department, Redmond, Harry T., Redmond, Walter S.
Placing children : Changing state laws is not a hopeless cause 1995-05-18 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 18, 1995, p. 17 Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS), Children, Courts, Illinois Foster System, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Keeping watch over the justice system 1995-03-30 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 30, 1995, p. 81 Cook County CourtWatchers, Nitchals, John, Schleck, Barbara, Westfall, Charlotte, Sullivan, Harold, Courts
A judge's duty 1995-01-12 None Skokie Review, Thursday, January 12, 1995, p. 15 Courts, Editorial
Ex-Rep. picked for U.S. judge 1993-08-19 Former Skokie resident Alan Greimen has been named a candidate for a federal judgeship. Skokie Review, Thursday, August 19, 1993, p. 15 Greiman, Alan, Courts
Group home wins 1st round in court 1993-07-22 A U.S. District Court has ruled that Skokie cannot refuse permits to a group wanting to build a rehabilitative group home. Skokie Review, Thursday, July 22, 1993, p. 3 Housing - Group homes, Courts
Village can't stop permit for home 1993-07-22 A U.S. District Court has ruled that Skokie cannot refuse permits to a group wanting to build a rehabilitative group home. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, July 22, 1993, Sec. 1, p. 1 Housing - Group homes, Courts
Vandalism spree has victim waiting 1991-02-21 Amy Feldman feels victimized, both by a pair of juvenile delinquents, and by the Juvenile Court that is handling them. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, February 21, 1991, Sec. 1, p. 1 Juvenile delinquency, Courts, Feldman, Amy, Crime and criminals - Vandalism
Day in court : 'Now face the music 1990-01-18 The 2nd Municipal Court District in Skokie handles cases from about 20 area municipalities. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, January 18, 1990, Sec. 1, p. 1 2nd Municipal Court District, Courts
Despite court's ruling, atheist continues fight 1989-07-20 Atheist Rob Sherman, spokesman for American Atheists, believes the Supreme Court should have ruled that all governmental Christmas displays unconstitutional. Skokie officials believe it is constitutional to have a menorah and a manger on village property Skokie Review, Thursday, July 20, 1989, p. 5 Separation of church and state, American Atheists, Sherman, Robert, Courts, Holidays and celebrations - Christmas, Holidays and celebrations - Chanukah (Hanukkah)
Reorder in the court arrives 1989-06-01 The Village of Niles will be sending its court cases to Skokie after a reorganization of the Cook County Circuit Court System takes effect June 1. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 1, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 1 Niles, Courts, Cook County
News digest 1988-11-24 Atheist Robert Sherman has asked village officials to reconsider their policy which allows seasonal religious displays on village property. Barbara Meyer, Skokie's attorney, will review two recent court cases and then review Skokie's policy. Skokie Review, Thursday, November 24, 1988, p. 6 Meyer, Barbara, Separation of church and state, Sherman, Robert, Courts
Supreme Court: Lang appointment allowed 1988-11-24 The Illinois Supreme Court has ruled that the state law under which Louis Lang was appointed to the state legislature is constitutional. Skokie Review, Thursday, November 24, 1988, p. 3 Illinois House of Representatives 1st District, Government - Illinois, Lang, Louis, Courts
No Title 1988-11-19 Controversy about the display of religious objects on Village property continues as there have been several conflicting court rulings. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Saturday, November 19, 1988, Sec. 1, p. 3 Separation of church and state, Courts
Judge reverses decision, marks victory for village 1988-09-22 U.S. District Judge James Holderman reversed his March decision in a case involving Diane Allen, a former Skokie dispatcher. Skokie Review, Thursday, September 22, 1988, p. 3 Holderman, James, Allen, Diane, Courts, Municipal employees
Judgment yields $70,000 for ex-Skokie dispatcher 1988-09-22 A six-person jury awarded former Skokie emergency dispatcher Amy Barkoo $70,000 plus court costs in a civil lawsuit she filed last June against three Fire Department officials. The jury decided Barkoo's rights to free speech were violated. Skokie Review, Thursday, September 22, 1988, p. 3 Skokie Fire Department, Courts, Municipal employees, Barkoo, Amy
No Title 1988-09-17 A federal jury found three Skokie Fire Department officials violated a former emergency services dispatcher's right to free speech. The dispatcher, Amy Barkoo, was awarded $70,000 plus legal expenses. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Saturday, September 17, 1988, Sec. 1, p. 1 Skokie Fire Department, Courts, Municipal employees, Barkoo, Amy
Judge combines justice with caring 1988-09-15 Harold W. Sullivan has been the presiding judge of the 2nd Municipal District of the Cook County Circuit Court for 22 years. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, September 15, 1988, Sec. 1, p. 1 Cook County Circuit Court, Sullivan, Harold, Courts
Supreme Court hears dispute over legislative appointment 1988-06-02 Oral arguments were heard last week by the Illinois Supreme Court in a case that will decide the constitutionality of the law under which Illinois Representative Louis Lang (D-1st) of Skokie was appointed last year to the legislature. Skokie Review, Thursday, June 2, 1988, p. 5 Government - Illinois, Lang, Louis, Illinois Supreme Court, Courts
News digest 1988-04-28 Next month the Illinois Supreme Court will review the legality of Louis Lang's (D-1st) appointment to the Illinois legislature. Skokie Review, Thursday, April 28, 1988, p. 8 Government - Illinois, Lang, Louis, Courts
Village loses free speech court fight 1988-04-21 A federal ruling has found the village of Skokie and Skokie Fire Chief Thomas Quillin liable for violating the First Amendment rights of Diane Allen, a former fire department dispatcher. Skokie Review, Thursday, April 21, 1988, p. 3 Quillin, Thomas, Skokie Fire Department, Allen, Diane, Courts, Municipal employees
New trial ordered in Gibons murder case 1988-04-07 Robert St. Pierre of Chicago, one of the people involved in one of Skokie's most brutal murders, will be granted a new trial. Skokie Review, Thursday, April 7, 1988, p. 5 Crime and criminals - Murder, Wilson, Barry, Gibons, Benjamin, St. Pierre, Robert, Courts, Gibons, Jacqueline, Gibons, Sybil
Cops resent reversal in dual killing 1988-04-02 Skokie police expressed indignation that the Illinois Supreme Court ordered a new trial for Robert St. Pierre 25, of Chicago. St. Pierre confessed to a double murder in Skokie in 1982, but the court ruled that his confession was improperly obtained. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Saturday, April 2, 1988, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Murder, St. Pierre, Robert, Illinois Supreme Court, Courts
Illinois Supreme Court to review Lang's appointment 1988-02-11 Next month the Illinois Supreme Court will hear a case involving a circuit court ruling that a law allowing Illinois Representative Louis Lang (D-1st), of Skokie, to be appointed to an Illinois House vacancy was unconstitutional. Skokie Review, Thursday, February 11, 1988, p. 3 Lang, Louis, Courts
Officials agree with court on student newspapers 1988-01-21 Niles Township High School officials support the recent 5-3 Supreme Court decision upholding a school official's right to censor controversial material in high school newspapers. Skokie Review, Thursday, January 21, 1988, p. 7 Censorship, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools) - Student activities, Newspapers, Courts
Lang to keep legislative seat despite court ruling 1987-11-26 Illinois Representative Louis Lang (D-1st) will remain in office despite a judge's ruling that the law under which Lang was appointed is unconstitutional. Skokie Review, Thursday, November 26, 1987, p. 8 Illinois House of Representatives 1st District, Government - Illinois, Lang, Louis, Courts
New role as judge tests Greiman's candor 1987-07-16 After serving as a state representative for 13 years, Alan Greiman was sworn in as a circuit court judge on July 11. Skokie Review, Thursday, July 16, 1987, p. 5 Greiman, Alan, Cook County Circuit Court, Courts
After 22 years on job, village attorney moves on 1987-07-02 Harvey Schwartz, 58, who served as Skokie village attorney for 22 years, will be sworn in today as associate judge for the Cook County Circuit Court. Skokie Review, Thursday, July 2, 1987, p. 4 Schwartz, Harvey, Cook County Circuit Court, Courts
Greiman appointed to circuit judgeship 1987-06-04 Illinois Representative Alan Greiman (D-1st) will retire from the Illinois legislature this year and take a seat on the Cook County Circuit Court bench. He will also be retiring from a loop law practice and local party politics. Skokie Review, Thursday, June 4, 1987, p. 6 Illinois House of Representatives 1st District, Greiman, Alan, Courts
Village attorney among 20 judgeship candidates 1987-06-04 Skokie Corporation Counsel Harvey Schwartz confirmed that his name is on a list of 20 people applying for 10 Cook County Circuit Court associate judgeships. Skokie Review, Thursday, June 4, 1987, p. 6 Schwartz, Harvey, Cook County Circuit Court, Courts, Municipal employees
Greiman named judge 1987-06-04 The Illinois Supreme Court has appointed state representative Alan Greiman (D-1st) to a seat on the Cook County bench. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 4, 1987, Sec. 1, p. 7 Greiman, Alan, Courts
Greiman seeking judgeship 1987-04-30 Illinois Rep. Alan Greiman (D-1st) of Skokie intends to leave the legislature for a position as a Cook County Circuit Court judge. Skokie Review, Thursday, April 30, 1987, p. 3 Illinois House of Representatives 1st District, Greiman, Alan, Courts
Bench woos man behind the mayor 1987-03-21 Harvey Schwartz has been Skokie's corporate counsel for 22 years. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Saturday, March 21, 1987, Sec. 1, p. 1 Schwartz, Harvey, Courts, Municipal employees
Schwartz slated by GOP for court post 1985-12-05 Skokie Corporation Counsel Harvey Schwartz has been slated for the Cook County Circuit Court bench by the Republican Party. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, December 5, 1985, Sec. 1, p. 12 Schwartz, Harvey, Courts
Chief judge optimistic about DUI changes 1985-05-16 Rigid new court rules will speed up the processing of cases at the 2nd Municipal District Cook County Circuit Court in Skokie. Skokie Review, Thursday, May 16, 1985, p. 3 Courts,
Search, seizure is student topic 1985-05-02 A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision could allow local school districts to search students and their lockers and purses. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, May 2, 1985, Sec. 1, p. 1 Courts, Students, U.S. Supreme Court
Jaffe named to bench, GOP lets out a howl 1984-12-06 Illinois Representative Aaron Jaffe (D-56th), a 14-year veteran of the Illinois House, has been appointed to a full Cook County Circuit Court judgeship by the Illinois Supreme Court. Skokie Review, Thursday, December 6, 1984, p. 7 Jaffe, Aaron, Illinois Supreme Court, Courts
Village scores 'tremendous' win in condo lawsuit 1984-12-06 A Circuit Court judge has decided not to allow the Josada Development Corp. to build high-rises on the land formerly owned by the Hebrew Theological College. Skokie Review, Thursday, December 6, 1984, p. 3 Construction, Courts, Josada Corporation
Community service program approved 1984-01-22 The Park Board approved a community service program that would allow people convicted of minor crimes by the Skokie branch of the Cook County Circuit Court to work off their penalties at the Park District. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, January 22, 1984, Sec. 1, p. 1 Skokie Park District, Crime and criminals, Courts
Speed up court system 1983-10-06 The new circuit court mini civic center in Skokie has become the fourth court in Cook County and the third suburban facility to implement the One Day-One Trial jury system. The News, Thursday, October 6, 1983, p. 3 Courts,
Dist. 2 initiates work program in lieu of jail 1983-09-08 Judge Harold Sullivan of Cook County Circuit's 2nd District is starting a new community service program in the northern suburbs that will put people convicted of minor crimes to work doing menial tasks for municipalities and park districts. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, September 8, 1983, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals, Sullivan, Harold, Courts
New courthouse soothes confusion 1983-03-17 Judge Harold Sullivan who presides over District 2 of the Circuit Court, said that the transition from one of the older courts to the new building on Old Orchard Rd. has been smooth. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, March 17, 1983, Sec. 1, p. 1 Cook County Courthouse, Courts
Starting service 1983-01-06 Since the new Cook County Courthouse opened on December 13th, public transportation to the facility has been provided by bus route 208. The News, Thursday, January 6, 1983, p. 6 Cook County Courthouse, Transportation, Courts, North Suburban Mass Transit District (NORTRAN)
Judge lets Dist. 73 meet: injunction lifted 1982-11-25 A temporary restraining order preventing the District 73 board from meeting has been lifted. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, November 25, 1982, Sec. 1, p. 1 Public School District 73 - Board, Courts
New date for county courthouse 1982-10-21 Cook County Board officials hope the new Cook County Courthouse will be ready by January 1, 1983. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, October 21, 1982, Sec. 1, p. 1 Cook County Courthouse, Construction, Courts
County courthouse open in 2-3 months 1982-07-25 The new Cook County courthouse complex on Old Orchard Road is expected to open within two to three months. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, July 25, 1982, Sec. 1, p. 1 Cook County Courthouse, Construction, Courts
County awaits concrete answers 1982-02-04 Recently uncovered construction defects could delay the opening of the new Cook County Courthouse. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, February 4, 1982, Sec. 1, p. 1 Cook County Courthouse, Construction, Courts
View from the bench: Judge Goldstein looks back on 50 years in law 1981-07-05 Judge Meyer H. Goldstein has practiced law for 50 years. To mark that milestone the Illinois State Bar Association has honored the Judge with the title of Senior Counselor. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, July 5, 1981, Sec. 1, p. 1 Anniversaries and birthdays, Goldstein, Meyer H., Courts
Topol resigns Skokie Board 1981-05-07 Morris Topol has resigned from the Skokie Board of Trustees after 12 years. He has been appointed as associate judge of the Circuit Court of Cook County. The News, Thursday, May 7, 1981, p. 3 Skokie Board of Trustees, Cook County Circuit Court, Courts, Topol, Morris
Kearney vows revenge 1981-03-29 William Kearney, the Niles Township Republican Committeeman whose township board slate was taken off the ballot by four circuit court judges, has vowed to fight back when the judges are seeking retention. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, March 29, 1981, Sec. 1, p. 1 Politics - Niles Township Republican Committee, Kearney, William, Courts
NRA funds challenge of Mikva judicial appointment 1979-10-18 National Rifle Association is funding an Idaho Senator's challenge of the appointment of Abner Mikva to U.S. Court of Appeals. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, October 18, 1979, Sec. 1, p. 7 Mikva, Abner, Courts
Judge Berger' realizes his dream 1979-08-30 Samuel Berger was elected to the First Municipal District judgeship in Chicago. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, August 30, 1979, Sec. 1, p. 1 Berger, Samuel, Courts
Judge Jaffe? Skokie State Rep says he's 'long shot' for bench 1979-07-29 State Representative Aaron Jaffe has expressed interest in a vacancy on the Illinois Supreme Court. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, July 29, 1979, Sec. 1, p. 3 Illinois Supreme Court, Courts
Judge rules Moch Nilehi winner 1979-07-12 Cook County Circuit Court ordered that Eric Moch and not Ben Lipin should be seated on the Nilehi Board. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, July 12, 1979, Sec. 1, p. 1 Moch, Eric, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools) - Board - Elections, Courts, Lipin, Ben
Judge orders Moch-Lipin recount 1979-07-08 Court-supervised recount of the Niles Township High School Board election will be held on July 9th. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, July 8, 1979, Sec. 1, p. 1 Moch, Eric, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools) - Board - Elections, Courts, Lipin, Ben
Jaffe considers contest for state Supreme Court 1979-06-14 State Representative Aaron Jaffe is considering running for the Illinois Supreme Court. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 14, 1979, Sec. 1, p. 14 Government - Illinois, Jaffe, Aaron, Illinois Supreme Court, Courts
Nilehi ordered to rehire Agnos 1979-06-07 After an Illinois Appeals Court ruling, District 219 Board must decide either to rehire Arnold Agnos, fired English teacher, or appeal to Illinois Supreme Court. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 7, 1979, Sec. 1, p. 3 Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools) - Board, Courts, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools) - Teachers and personnel, Niles East High School
Skokie mini-center gets go-ahead 1979-04-15 County Board committee approved plans for a proposed mini-civic center in Skokie on Old Orchard road. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, April 15, 1979, Sec. 1, p. 1 Government - Cook County, Courts
Mikva doesn't expect judgeship 1979-03-08 Congressman Abner Mikva is among nine finalists for two places on the U.S. Court of Appeals. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, March 8, 1979, Sec. 1, p. 2 Mikva, Abner, Courts
Judicial position sought by Topol 1979-01-25 Morris Topol, a Village Trustee, has applied for appointment as an associate judge of Cook County Circuit Court. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, January 25, 1979, Sec. 1, p. 1 Courts, Topol, Morris
A moot point? Supreme Court ends battle, rules march constitutional 1978-10-19 U.S. Supreme Court allowed a lower court ruling to stand that declared three Skokie ordinances prohibiting the American Nazi Party march to be unconstitutional. The News, Thursday, October 19, 1978, p. 3 Protests, demonstrations, etc., National Socialist Party of America, Courts, U.S. Supreme Court
Supreme Court declines to hear Skokie Nazi case 1978-10-19 Four months after a Nazi group decided not to march in Skokie, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear cases aimed at preventing the march. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, October 19, 1978, Sec. 1, p. 1 Protests, demonstrations, etc., National Socialist Party of America, Courts, U.S. Supreme Court
Bulletin 1978-06-22 Circuit court refused Niles Township Clerk request for temporary restraining order on the permit Skokie issued for Nazi march. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 22, 1978, Sec. 1, p. 5 Protests, demonstrations, etc., Niles Township, Courts, Black, Louis
Skokie petitions high court for Nazi ruling 1978-06-08 Skokie counsel petitions U.S. Supreme Court to stay a lower court ruling that Nazi party has constitutional right to march. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 8, 1978, Sec. 1, p. 1 Protests, demonstrations, etc., National Socialist Party of America, Courts, U.S. Supreme Court
Plan counterdemonstration: Nazi group given permit to march 1978-06-01 After a U.S. Appeals Court ruled three village ordinances unconstitutional, the village issued a permit for the Nazi demonstration. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 1, 1978, Sec. 1, p. 1 Protests, demonstrations, etc., Ordinances, National Socialist Party of America, Courts
Seek high court ruling: Ask stay of order to block June 25 march 1978-05-25 Village to plea before U.S. Supreme Court on legality of ordinances that would prohibit the proposed march by the American Nazi Party. The News, Thursday, May 25, 1978, p. 3 Protests, demonstrations, etc., National Socialist Party of America, Courts
Appeals court ruling on Nazi march soon 1978-04-20 U.S. Court of Appeals expected to rule soon on the legality of three Skokie ordinances blocking the proposed Nazi march. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, April 20, 1978, Sec. 1, p. 1 Protests, demonstrations, etc., National Socialist Party of America, Courts
Panel to hear plea on march tomorrow 1978-04-13 Panel of federal appellate judges to determine constitutionality of Skokie ordinances that would prevent the Nazi march. The News, Thursday, April 13, 1978, p. 4 Ordinances, National Socialist Party of America, Courts
Still no date for Nazi rally 1978-04-06 National Socialist Party of America is awaiting decision of U.S. Court of Appeals on the legality of three Skokie ordinances. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, April 6, 1978, Sec. 1, p. 2 Protests, demonstrations, etc., Ordinances, National Socialist Party of America, Courts
Judge orders stay, averts April 20 march 1978-03-19 A ruling by a U.S. District Judge will avert the proposed April 20th Nazi march. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, March 19, 1978, Sec. 1, p. 1 Protests, demonstrations, etc., National Socialist Party of America, Courts
Skokie plans march appeal 1978-03-02 Village plans to appeal court decision approving Nazi march in Skokie. The News, Thursday, March 2, 1978, p. 4 Smith, Albert J., National Socialist Party of America, Illinois Supreme Court, Courts, Hanlon, Susan
Skokie battles on in court: Nazis plan April 20 Skokie march 1978-02-26 Nazi party members plan to march in Skokie after U.S. District Court ruled ordinances averting march unconstitutional. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, February 26, 1978, Sec. 1, p. 1 Protests, demonstrations, etc., Ordinances, National Socialist Party of America, Courts
What the court said 1978-02-02 Excerpts from the ruling by the Illinois Supreme Court that gave the Nazi Party permission to wear the swastika in Skokie. The News, Thursday, February 2, 1978, p. 3 National Socialist Party of America, Illinois Supreme Court, Courts
Plan appeal of march rulings 1978-02-02 Skokie citizens and officials will seek review of ruling by Illinois Supreme Court allowing uniformed Nazis on the streets of the Village. The News, Thursday, February 2, 1978, p. 3 National Socialist Party of America, Illinois Supreme Court, Courts
Air new courthouse plans: Construction targeted to begin this spring 1978-01-05 A project to consolidate the 15 courts of District 2 in an $18 million courthouse in Skokie is nearing design completion. The News, Thursday, January 5, 1978, p. 3 Government - Cook County, Cook County Circuit Court, Courts
Judgment welcomed by NTFT 1978-01-05 Court upheld the new tenured teacher firing law, the case stemmed from the 1975 firing of Arnold Agnos, a teacher at Niles East. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, January 5, 1978, Sec. 1, p. 1 Agnos, Arnold, Courts, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools) - Teachers and personnel, Niles East High School
Decker denies march injunction 1977-10-27 Judge Decker refuses Nazi's request for an injunction against ordinances designed to prevent march. The News, Thursday, October 27, 1977, p. 3 Protests, demonstrations, etc., National Socialist Party of America, Courts
Schwartz praises swastika ban 1977-09-01 U.S. Supreme Court upheld lower court ban on display of swastikas by Nazis during march. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, September 1, 1977, Sec. 1, p. 1 Protests, demonstrations, etc., Schwartz, Harvey, National Socialist Party of America, Courts, U.S. Supreme Court
Nazis return to high court 1977-08-25 ACLU, representing the Nazis, is turning to U.S. Supreme Court to secure right for Nazis to wear swastikas while marching. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, August 25, 1977, Sec. 1, p. 1 Protests, demonstrations, etc., National Socialist Party of America, Courts, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), U.S. Supreme Court
ACLU granted appeal on swastika ruling 1977-08-14 ACLU request Illinois Supreme Court to stay injunction prohibiting Nazis from displaying swastika during march. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, August 14, 1977, Sec. 1, p. 1 Protests, demonstrations, etc., National Socialist Party of America, Illinois Supreme Court, Courts, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
High court confirms Skokie uniform law 1977-07-14 Appellate Court upheld portions of Circuit Court's injunction preventing Nazi march in Skokie. The News, Thursday, July 14, 1977, p. 3 Protests, demonstrations, etc., National Socialist Party of America, Courts
Court confirms Shevick's election: Three month park ordeal ends with margin still intact 1977-07-07 Circuit Court judge confirmed Shirley Shevick's victory over Janis Bernstein in the Skokie Park District Board election. The News, Thursday, July 7, 1977, p. 3 Shevick, Shirley S., Skokie Park Board - Elections, Courts, Bernstein, Janis
Nazi march unlikely 1977-06-30 Proposed Nazi march on July 4th postponed. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 30, 1977, Sec. 1, p. 1 Protests, demonstrations, etc., National Socialist Party of America, Courts
Park recount takes new turn with court rulings 1977-06-12 Election battle for Park Board continues in court. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, June 12, 1977, Sec. 1, p. 1 Shevick, Shirley S., Skokie Park Board - Elections, Courts, Bernstein, Janis
Nazi fate lies with U.S. Supreme Court 1977-06-09 ACLU has filed in the U.S. Supreme Court to lift injunction prohibiting the Nazi march in Skokie. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 9, 1977, Sec. 1, p. 3 Protests, demonstrations, etc., National Socialist Party of America, Courts, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), U.S. Supreme Court
Young takes case to state Supreme Court 1977-01-30 Sam Young has requested a recount in his lose to Abner Mikva for the 10th Congressional District seat. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, January 30, 1977, p. 1 Young, Samuel, Elections, Mikva, Abner, Illinois Supreme Court, Courts
Skokie police hearing 1976-06-03 U.S. Court of Appeals to hold hearing on reinstatement of 32 fired Skokie policemen. The News, Thursday, June 3, 1976, p. 3 Courts, Strikes, Skokie Police Department
OCC aims legal action at New Trier 1975-05-08 OCC to start legal proceedings for back fees owed by New Trier high school district. The News, Thursday, May 8, 1975, p. 6 Courts, Oakton Community College - Board
Lincoln - Oakton plan in trouble 1975-03-13 Plan for improvement of the central business district will not be submitted to Circuit Court until next fall. The News, Thursday, March 13, 1975, p. 19 Skokie - City planning, Courts
Copeland presses for reprimand 1975-01-16 Trustee Copeland wants village to register displeasure with Circuit Court for dismissing traffic violations. The News, Thursday, January 16, 1975, p. 4 Solomon, Milton, Skokie Board of Trustees, Copeland, Don, Courts
Juvenile court in Skokie 1974-08-29 Judge Harold Sullivan petitioned Village Board for branch of Juvenile Court. The News, Thursday, August 29, 1974, p. 6 McElligott, Thomas, Weiner, Karl, Sullivan, Harold, Courts
Expect all GOP returned to ballot 1974-02-14 Illinois Supreme Court ruled names of John Nimrod and William Elliot be returned to ballot, joining Louis Black. The News, Thursday, February 14, 1974, p. 2 Nimrod, John J., Elliott, William, Elections, Courts, Black, Louis
It's high time 1973-02-08 Comments on Appellate Court's decision to rezone a tract near Church and Drake to allow an apartment complex. The News, Thursday, February 8, 1973, p. 8 Zoning, Courts
Skokie appeals decision? 1973-01-25 Skokie may appeal Illinois Appellate Court decree rezoning a tract at Drake and Church to accommodate apartment complex. The News, Thursday, January 25, 1973, p. 1 Zoning, Housing - Apartment buildings, Courts
Judge in middle of Nilehi contract 1971-06-03 Circuit Court Judge Paschen acts as mediator between District 219 Board and union. The News, Thursday, June 3, 1971, p. 5 American Federation of Teachers Local 1274, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools) - Board, Courts, Paschen, Herbert, Contract negotiations
Nilehi, teachers back in court 1971-05-27 District 219 teachers' union in court to enjoin the District Board from abridging the current contract. The News, Thursday, May 27, 1971, p. 9 American Federation of Teachers Local 1274, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools) - Board, Courts, Contract negotiations
Sullivan 'welcomes' commission probe 1971-05-20 Skokie Circuit Court Judge Harold Sullivan welcomes investigation by Illinois Court Commission. The News, Thursday, May 20, 1971, p. 3 Sullivan, Harold, Courts
Palm / Pildes to go before court 1970-12-10 Dismissed teachers John Palm and Judith Pildes filed request for administrative review in Circuit Court. The News, Thursday, December 10, 1970, p. 9 Pildes, Judith, Palm, John, Courts, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools) - Teachers and personnel
Topol asks Solons to probe Jones 1969-07-10 Morris Topol has requested legislative commission to investigate Circuit Court Judge Sidney Jones. The News, Thursday, July 10, 1969, p. 8 Kamberos, George, Jones, Judge Sidney, Topol, Mark, Courts, Topol, Morris
O'Malley's decision sound 1969-03-20 Consensus in favor of Judge Sullivan's dismissal of charges against George Kameros in death of cyclist Mark Topol. The News, Thursday, March 20, 1969, p. 1 Kameros, George, Traffic accidents, Topol, Mark, Courts
Kamberos case before Holzer 1968-08-01 Court case against George Kamberos in death of Mark Topol continues. The News, Thursday, August 1, 1968, p. 2 Kamberos, George, Topol, Mark, Courts
Courts slap, praise Skokie zone laws 1965-07-15 Court decisions on zoning case of Holiday Inn and gas stations are discussed. The News, Thursday, July 15, 1965, p. 15 Zoning, Courts
No apartments: Zone decision upholds Skokie 1965-03-25 Court decision rejects apartment building on Carpenter assuring Skokie of no apartments in area. The News, Thursday, March 25, 1965, p. 1 Housing - Apartment buildings, Courts
Skokie ordered: Defend water overcharges 1964-01-30 Court orders Village to explain increase in water rates. The News, Thursday, January 30, 1964, p. 3 Skokie Board of Trustees, Water supply, Courts
Willens takes Skokie to court: Suit claims illegal water overcharges 1963-10-31 Sherwin Willens files suit against Village for water overcharges. The News, Thursday, October 31, 1963, p. 1 Willens, Sherwin, Water supply, Skokie, Courts
Village court wins whopping 5-1 victory 1960-06-23 Establishment of Skokie Village Court is approved by voters. The News, Thursday, June 23, 1960, p. 1 Skokie Village Court, Elections, Courts
Skokie village court 1960-06-02 Information on the proposed village court. The News, Thursday, June 2, 1960, p. 2 Skokie Village Court, Courts
Hennessy settles for $9000 1960-01-28 Court directs Village to pay William Hennessy, former Village attorney, $9000. The News, Thursday, January 28, 1960, p. 40 Courts, Municipal employees, Hennessy, William