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Thursday, June 13, 2024 | Back issues
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Illinois gun ID

CHICAGO — A federal court in Chicago dismissed most of a motorist’s civil rights claims, but not his Fourth Amendment claims against specific police officers, after he was pulled over and arrested for illegal firearm possession. He did not have a physical Illinois Firearm Owner’s ID card on him, but did have a digital version of the card, which the officers did not let him access during the traffic stop.

Read the ruling here.

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