A Chicago man found with a loaded gun in his car says felony weapons charges against him should be dropped because of a court ruling that tossed out Illinois’ concealed carry ban.
Deafalla Haddad was charged with aggravated unlawful use of a weapon after he was pulled over for speeding in November in Schiller Park and informed the officer he was carrying a loaded gun in a waistband holster.
His attorney, Matt Fakhoury, said the case should be dismissed because the law Haddad broke was found to be unconstitutional and because his actions would be legal in any other state.
In the state of Illinois, there are some crimes that must remain on your criminal record forever. But what about violent crimes? Can they be sealed? This guide explains.
Can Violent Crimes Be Sealed in Illinois?
Many violent crimes must remain on your criminal record forever, which means they will turn up in background checks. However, some types of forcible felonies – a term that includes some violent crimes –
If you’re like many people, you’ve heard of criminal record expungement. But what if your criminal record includes violent crimes? Can they be expunged? This guide explains.
Can Violent Crimes Be Expunged in Illinois?
Usually, violent crimes must remain on your criminal record. The law doesn’t allow them to be expunged. Some examples of violent crimes include domestic battery, crimes against animals, crimes that require you to register as a