There are a variety of different treatments a person can seek when experiencing some sort of physical ailment. Of all of the treatments available, many people argue for the various benefits of seeing a chiropractor. Treatment from a chiropractor can, they claim, reduce back pain or headaches, for example. However, one woman in Illinois claims that her chiropractor crossed a line during a treatment session. The doctor must now mount a felony defense after charges were filed against him.
A government with unlimited powers could result in the wrongful imprisonment of people. For example, a member of a corrupt government could simply have a political opponent, for example, imprisoned. As a result, this country has several safeguards in place to ensure the rights of those accused of a crime. A man who once lived in Chicago was recently accused of wire and mail fraud. He will likely be working to ensure that all of his rights are preserved throughout the criminal process.
Warrants were recently issued for the arrest of three individuals, stemming from allegations of a mortgage scam for homeowners in the Aurora area. Illinois and federal authorities suspect that the three individuals tricked homeowners into paying them for foreclosure help. Supposedly, no assistance was actually rendered. So far, only one of the three has yet to be arrested; all three are charged with mail fraud.
The embattled owner of a Chicago hospital has finally issued a statement after his April arrest. The man, accused of fraud, denies his involvement with any criminal activity, instead insisting that the allegations against him were the result of criminals who simply wanted to paint themselves in a better light with the government. Partly as a result of the allegations against him, hospital officials have said it was necessary to shut down the hospital temporarily in order to correct their financial situation, bringing about concerns regarding people in the area's access to healthcare.
Police have put a Cicero pastor on house arrest inside of the church that he founded 16 years ago. The clergy member and his wife are accused of white-collar crimes, particularly a fraud scheme that involved applying for federal grants for low-income families and then diverting the funds away from the church.