Noll Law Office DUI & Criminal Defense Attorney Blog

  • Sep 2

    How Is A Federal Grand Jury Determined?

    Springfield attorney Jon Noll answers the question "How Is A Federal Grand Jury Determined?   Read More

  • Aug 29

    Where Do You Handle Federal Cases?

    The Noll law office handles a number of federal cases throughout the Central District of Illinois. Central District of Illinois consists of 47 different counties. There are 4 different federal courts in Central District of Illinois. Of course, like any state capital, Springfield, where our office is located, has one ...  Read More

  • Aug 25

    Where Do You Handle Federal Cases?

    Springfield Lawyer Jon Noll answers the question "Where Do You Handle Federal Cases?"   Read More

  • Aug 21

    What is deliberate indifference according to 42 U.S.C. 1983?

    If you are wanting to sue a government official for violating your civil rights, you must prove that the government official acted with deliberate indifference. This article attempts to demonstrate how the federal court in Illinois and across the states than encompass the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals have interpreted ...  Read More

  • Aug 17

    Illinois Department of Corrections facilities our law firm will sue for wrongful death and civil rights violations

    Our civil rights lawyers will bring a 1983 lawsuit, wrongful death lawsuit, and/or medical malpractice suit against all Illinois Department of Corrections facilities and staff. These lawsuits can include failure to provide medical attention, deliberate indifference, and inmate suicide. If your loved one died as a result of lack of ...  Read More

  • Aug 15

    Wexford Health Sources and Civil Rights (1983) Liability

    Wexford Health Sources is a private company which has contracted with the State of Illinois to provide medical services to individuals confined in the Illinois Department of Corrections. According to their website, Wexford provides medical services to over 270 correctional institutions across 13 states including Illinois. 42 U.S.C. 1983 42 U.S.C. 1983 ...  Read More