At issue are both the restrictions of the statute as well as the Department of Corrections interpretation. Use your real name, and back up your claims. The lawsuit contends the restrictions of the law are exacerbated by the strict interpretations of the Department of Corrections on whether a site is suitable for release under the program.
JOLIET, IL — A year-old homeless convicted sex offender was arrested by Joliet police early Tuesday morning after police say he barged into a senior citizen's house and punched holes in the homeowner's walls. According to police, Cahill was knocking loudly on someone's front door around a.
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For more information, you can visit the website for the Illinois Sex Offender Registry. Investigations that expose, influence and inform. Among the restrictions, the lawsuit cites: The department routinely prohibits sex offenders from serving their mandatory supervised release at any host site where any resident has a computer or smart phone with internet capability.
He was scheduled to appear before a Will County judge for a bail hearing Tuesday afternoon. They cannot live in a condominium or apartment or trailer park where another convicted sex offender lives, with the one exception a halfway house. He served his prison sentence and, with good time credits, was approved for the mandatory supervised release program in October