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Associate Judge Gregory P. Vazquez, who filed papers to retire amid Injustice Watch’s investigation, appears on a police raid body camera with the owner of a Brookfield massage parlor known for unlawful sex work. Vazquez said he was merely giving a friend a ride.
The measure follows an Injustice Watch investigation into abuses of the ankle bracelet program known as SCRAM.
Democrats maintained their majority on the state’s highest court after winning one of the two competitive supreme court races in the collar counties.
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Though lauded for his handling of a specialized drug court program, Charles Burns’ decisions in felony cases have been undone by higher courts more often than his colleagues’.
Following Injustice Watch’s reporting, county commissioners held a hearing into the company that has billed more than $3 million to defendants ordered to wear SCRAM alcohol monitors.
With no oversight from county officials or direction from the chief judge, a private contractor continues to profit from court-ordered alcohol monitors.
Anastasia Strauther still doesn’t understand why Cook County Judge Gregory Vazquez ordered her to wear a sobriety monitor for a driving on a suspended license case.