And then ponder why the ARDC wants every attorney in Illinois to adhere to a code of silence and let our clients fall into corruption traps because we cannot warn them and cannot warn the public and we MUST ignore 18 USC sec 4 so that we risk prison and fines for not showing our clients how to report and freely discussing this matter on our fraud in the court blogs.
Unfortunately for taxpayers, June was a groundbreaking month for corruption in Illinois. In June alone, there were reports of 85 corruption-related stories in the state. Some of the record-breaking highlights include the following:
For the first time in 33 years, the Illinois Legislative Audit Commission exercised its subpoena powers in the issuance of a subpoena regarding Gov. Pat Quinn’s controversial anti-violence program. That’s on top of a separate federal subpoena…