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December 2011

Fed Cams in Courts

 

Chicago Tribune

Mark Your Calendars Now for the Spring 2012 Convention

As your newsroom starts planning for 2012, please mark your calendar for the Spring 2012 convention. It takes place April 27 - April 29.

For the first time in its long history, INBA will hold a convention in Macomb. Registration and hotel costs will be affordable and we're putting together some outstanding sessions. We'll make sure you leave Macomb well informed and well fed. Sessions will be held at Spoon River College's Outreach Center (pictured left).

Check back here in January for further details.

We hope to see you at Macomb Convention. For questions, contact Rich Egger at RG-Egger@wiu.edu.

Members Only - The Year in TuneIN Online

Current INBA Members can access back issues of our monthly newsletter, the TuneIN, in the Member's Only section. 

 

Log in on the right, then click here to get started. 

 

We've uploaded all of the electronic issues through 2012 for your enjoyment!

Judge ordders Tribune to turn over notes and recordings

   CHICAGO (AP) - A federal judge has ordered the Chicago Tribune to turn over notes and recordings in a fight over a juror who didn't disclose her criminal record in the trial of convicted Illinois powerbroker William Cellini.
   Cellini was convicted Nov. 1 of conspiring to extort a campaign donation for ousted Gov. Rod Blagojevich.
   Last week attorneys from the Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times received subpoenas from Cellini's attorneys for all documents or recordings related to the juror who didn't disclose her record.
   Judge James Zagel's late Monday ruling didn't mention the Sun-Times.
   Tribune attorneys filed a motion Monday saying subpoenas to journalists should be a last resort.
   Tribune editor Gerould Kern says the newspaper is considering its options.