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CourtsCourts The Everett M. Dirksen Federal Building, which was designed by Mies van der Rohe, is named for a former U.S. Congressman and Senator. The Federal District Court was established in Chicago in 1848. Chicago also houses the the U.S. Circuit Court...
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Protests & RiotsProtests & Riots As much as the "powers that be" are successful at keeping the peace, there have been one or two times when riots have erupted on the streets of Chicago. One of the earliest and most famous incidents was the Haymarket Riot on May 4, 1886...
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LawLaw School The Chicago Bar Association is 22,000 members strong and is predominately made up of lawyers and judges from Cook County and beyond. The Association was founded in 1874 and is one of the oldest metropolitan bar associations in America. The group...
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Famous Crimes and TrialsFamous Crimes and Trials The bodies of six of the men slain Feb. 14,1929 on Chicago's North Side in what became known as the "St. Valentine's Day massacre," sprawl on a floor and on a chair. A seventh...
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