Thomas Weitzel: Invoking felony review not police officer’s job
Recently, you probably heard the news regarding several high-profile cases in which the felony review process and Cook County were highlighted.
There has been much discussion on the off-duty Chicago police officer who was arrested in 2007 for the brutal beating of a bartender in Chicago and in a more recent case in which an individual was not charged with any felonies as a result of a domestic situation in Cicero. In both cases, the police department became the focus of the felony review process and how it is handled.
Why this is important to you and what you may not know is that all felony cases in Cook County must be approved by the Cook County State’s Attorney’s felony review unit with the exception of narcotics cases.
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