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Estate planning for millennials

The millennial generation has turned many concepts that previous generations held onto upside down. While there are several positive things that may come from this, there are times when Illinois millennials could learn from their older counterparts. One of the things that many young people mistakenly associated with something needed only by their grandparents or maybe their parents is an estate plan.

Traffic stop leads to the arrest of 2 local men

Very rarely do authorities in Oswego happen upon a crime as it is being committed. Rather, it may be in the course of a routine traffic stop or investigating an alleged disturbance that they find evidence supporting extensive criminal activity. This often prompts the question of what authority do police officers have to search a home or a vehicle when there has been no prior indication that any criminal actions were related to it. More specifically, people often wonder in what situations would an officer require a warrant to conduct a search. 

Illinois mother pushes for stronger drunk driving laws

A woman from Illinois lost her son almost a year ago in a Wisconsin car crash. The driver of the vehicle he was riding in allegedly had a blood alcohol level of 0.117. The Illinois woman remains angry that, according to her account, the driver has yet to face any negative consequence, such as prison time or license suspension, in connection with the crash. Ever since then, she has reportedly devoted much of her time to lobbying for stricter drunk driving laws in Wisconsin.

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