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            Jon Seidel covers federal courts for the Chicago Sun-Times.

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            Illinois prisoners denied request for sweeping release of at-risk inmates

            As of Friday, 139 Illinois inmates and 93 prison staffers have tested positive for COVID-19, records show.

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            Victim’s rights advocate tries to intervene in lawsuit seeking prisoner release over coronavirus

            Jennifer Bishop-Jenkins’ sister, brother-in-law and their unborn child were murdered 30 years ago this week.

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            Federal judge orders new coronavirus safety policies at Cook County Jail but refuses to release inmates

            By locking people up pending a determination of guilt, "the government takes on an obligation to protect their health and safety," judge writes.

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            Chicago’s ‘super-spreader’ — How COVID-19 raced through meals, funeral hugs, a birthday party and a church collection plate

            A Chicago cluster that included three deaths underscores the need for social distancing, according to the CDC.

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            R. Kelly won’t get out of jail before trial due to coronavirus risk, New York judge rules

            The judge says Kelly is in jail because he might flee or obstruct justice, and he "has not explained how those risks have changed."

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            Nearly two decades after cyanide scare, feds keeping close eye on ‘Dr. Chaos’

            Joseph Konopka, who referred to himself by the dramatic nickname ‘Dr. Chaos,’ left prison in July, almost 17 years after he pleaded guilty to possessing a chemical weapon.

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            Civil rights attorneys launch legal challenge to free prisoners at risk of coronavirus

            The effort includes a proposed class-action lawsuit filed Thursday in federal court, naming Gov. J.B. Pritzker and Rob Jeffreys, director of the Illinois Department of Corrections, as defendants.

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            Federal judge agrees to videoconference sentencing in gun case

            Malcolm Junious could be looking at time served at his April 14 sentencing hearing.

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            Chicago hospitals begin to lean on expanded ICU spaces as regular critical care beds fill

            Additional spaces inside hospitals are being converted to provide intensive care ahead of an expected surge in severely sick patients.

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            READ: Federal judge suspends civil, criminal jury trials canceled until after May 29

            Read the order that U.S. Chief District Judge Rebecca Pallmeyer handed down Monday to suspend civil and criminal jury trials until after May 29.