Jul 252012
 
 July 25, 2012  Laws

Mitchell Grogg reports that Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed  two new laws Tuesday.

One law “prohibits businesses and government agencies from publicly posting information about judges three days after a judge has requested that his or her personal information not be revealed. It also lets a judge use his or her work address instead of a home address to apply for an Illinois identification card.”

The other law, House Bill 4081:

 allows the State Attorney or his or her designee to approve the use of an eavesdropping device by a law enforcement officer to investigate drug crimes under the Illinois Controlled Substances Act, Cannabis Control Act, and Methamphetamine Control and Community Protection Act.

No court oversight required? Seriously?

Read more on NBC Chicago.

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