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How to Correct Your Criminal Record in Illinois

In this article, we explain how to correct errors on your criminal record in Illinois.  We explain the Illinois criminal record Access and Review Process, how to request a copy of your FBI criminal history, how to request Illinois criminal records, and how to challenge your Illinois criminal history.

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What to Expect From a Deposition | Illinois Depositions Explained

In this article we discuss depositions. We descuss what they are for, how they're administered and what you can do to prepare for one.

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What Happens at a Pretrial Settlement Conference? Illinois Pretrial Settlement Conferences Explained

In this article we will explain what happens at a pretrial settlement conference in Illinois.  We will answer the questions, “what is a pretrial settlement conference?”, “at what stage in a case does a pretrial settlement conference occur?”, “what is the purpose of a pretrial settlement conference?”, and “what is the difference between a pretrial settlement conference and mediation?”  We will also explain what to expect from a pretrial settlement conference.

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