In The News

Prosecutors agreed to drop all 17 felony charges against [State Representative} Ford in exchange for his guilty plea to a single misdemeanor tax count
Jason Meisner, Chicago Tribune, August 4, 2014

LaShawn Ford sentenced to probation
Paul Meincke, ABC 7 Chicago, November 14, 2014

Defense Attorney: Accused Terrorist Questioned for 10 Hours Before Being Read Rights
Tammy Leitner and Lisa Capitanini, NBC Chicago, April 21, 2015


NATO Three



U.S. teen accused of trying to join ISIS
Wolf Blitzer, CNN, October 13, 2014

Our son was brainwashed by ISIS.
Anderson Cooper, CNN 360, January 15, 2015

Civil rights hero caught in corruption probe to begin serving sentence
Wayne Drash, CNN, January 4, 2010

Chicago cab driver gets 7 1/2 years in terrorism case
Michael Tarm, Associated Press, June 8, 2012

Terror suspect hires big name lawyers
Chuck Goudie, ABC 7 Chicago, December 7, 2010

Rediscovered video tapes show 9/11 suspect being questioned
Pam Benson, CNN, August 17, 2010

Toiling to Keep the Criminal Justice System Honest
John Flynn Rooney, Leading Lawyers Network Magazine, December 2009

The Dark side
Chuck Goudie, ABC 7 Chicago, June 10, 2009

Gitmo Get-Together
Lauren Collins, The New Yorker, March 2, 2009

Relatives of 9/11 Victims Add a Passionate Layer to Guantánamo Debate
William Glaberson, The New York Times, December 9, 2008

Detainee Lawyers to Use Ruling for New Attacks
William Glaberson, The New York Times, June 14, 2008

Accused 9/11 mastermind asks judge to be executed
Andrew O. Selsky, USA Today/Associated Press, June 5, 2008

Illinois prisons expert acquitted of bribery
Michael Higgins, Chicago Tribune, May 8, 2008

Corruption Case Draws Interest in Chicago
Monica Davey, The New York Times, May 11, 2006