City Council blocks a vote to transform a vacant lot into a migrant shelter. Why it takes so long for wrongfully convicted people to get legal representation. And Cook County’s state’s attorney on the elimination of cash bail.
- Vote Blocked on Plan to Transform Former Jewel, Parking Lot on Far South Side Into Migrant Shelter
- Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx on the First Month Without Cash Bail
- Obtaining Legal Representation While Wrongfully Incarcerated is a Difficult, Lengthy Process