Section of the Harassing and Obscene Communications Act. Possession of unsterilized or vicious dogs by. A person who violates this Section is guilty. Source: P. Tampering with communication services; theft. A by charging such service to an existing. B by charging such service to a nonexistent,. C by use of a code, prearranged scheme, or other. D by publishing the number or code of an. E by any other trick, stratagem, impersonation,. A person commits theft. A for the commission of a theft of a. B to conceal or to assist another to conceal from.
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A A violation of subsection b is a Class 4. Communications Act for fraud, theft, theft by. B A violation of subsection b is a Class 3. Obscene Communications Act for fraud, theft, theft. C A violation of subsection b is a Class 2. The court shall, in addition to any. An offense under subsection b may be deemed to. Any person aggrieved by a. A grant preliminary and final injunctions to. B at any time while an action is pending, order. C award damages as described in subdivision.
D award punitive damages;. E in its discretion, award reasonable attorney's. F as part of a final judgment or decree finding a. Damages awarded by a. A Upon his or her election of such damages at any. B Upon election by the complaining party at any. For purposes of all civil. Robbery ; aggravated robbery. A person commits robbery when he or she.
Robbery is a Class 2 felony. However , unless if the victim. Class 1 felony. Aggravated robbery is a Class 1 felony. Vehicular hijacking. Vehicular hijacking is a Class 1 felony. Aggravated vehicular hijacking. Aggravated vehicular hijacking in violation. Aggravated vehicular hijacking in violation of subsection. A Aggravated vehicular.
A Aggravated vehicular hijacking in. A Aggravated vehicular hijacking in violation of. Vehicular invasion. Illinois Vehicle Code while the such motor vehicle is occupied. Vehicular invasion is a Class 1 felony. Burglary is a Class 2 felony. A burglary committed in a. Possession of burglary tools.
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A A violation of paragraph 8 or 9 is a Class. B A violation of paragraph 1 , 2 , 3 , 5 , or. C A violation of paragraph 1 , 2 , 3 , 5 ,. D A violation of paragraph 4 The act described. E A violation of paragraph 7 The act described. F A violation of paragraph 1 , 2 , 3 , 5 or. G A violation of paragraphs 1 through 6 is a. The acts described in items a through f are Class 3. H A violation of paragraphs 1 through 6 is a.
I A violation of paragraphs 1 through 6 is a. The acts described in items a through f are Class 2. J A violation of paragraphs 1 through 6 is a. A violation of paragraphs 1 through 6 The. For the purposes of this subsection 2 , "farm equipment". The community service requirement This subsection does. Criminal Damage to Government Supported. Federal funds administered or granted through State.
A violation of this Section is a Class 4. When the. Institutional vandalism. Institutional vandalism is a Class 2 felony when if the. Criminal defacement of property. When If the property damaged is a school. Jackrocks violation. A jackrocks violation is a Class A. Criminal trespass to vehicles. Criminal trespass to vehicles is a Class A. Criminal trespass to real property. For purposes of item 1 of this subsection, this Section.
Section if he or she beautifies unoccupied and abandoned. A violation of subdivision a 1 , a 2 ,. A person may be liable in any civil.
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A person may also. Criminal Trespass to State Supported Land. This subsection Subsection c does not apply to a peace. Criminal trespass to State supported land is. Criminal trespass to restricted areas and. Whoever enters upon, or remains in, any. Criminal trespass to a nuclear facility. Criminal trespass to a nuclear facility is a. Criminal trespass to a place of public.
These Such areas may include, but. Criminal use of a motion picture exhibition. Distributing or delivering written or printed. A violation of this Section is a Class C. Residential picketing. A person commits. This However, this Article does not apply to a person. Interference with a public institution of. A person commits interference with a public. A 1 Freedom of movement at that such place; or. B 2 Use of the property or facilities of the. C 3 The right of ingress or egress to the property.
A 1 the performance of institutional duties by a. B 2 the pursuit of educational activities, as. As used in this Article:. Selling, renting, or transferring air rifles. Carrying or discharging air rifles on public. Permissive possession of an air rifle by a. Notwithstanding any provision of.
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This subsection does not apply when the court imposes a. Interference with emergency communication. Use of a facsimile machine in unsolicited. Any person who violates subsection b is. Consumer communications privacy. A violation of this Section is a business. Any person who has been injured by a. Disorderly conduct with a laser or laser. For the purposes of this Section:. Transmission of obscene messages. Harassment by telephone. Harassment through electronic communications. Evidence inference. Evidence that a defendant. Article to submit to a psychiatric examination.
Illinois or any other state or foreign government; or. Gambling under subsection a 1 or a 2 of this Section. Gambling under any of subsections. A second or subsequent conviction under any of. Gambling under subsection a 12 of this Section is a. Class A misdemeanor. A second or subsequent conviction under.
In prosecutions under subsection a 1 through a 12 of. Syndicated gambling. Raffles Act; and. Syndicated gambling is a Class 3 felony. Misprision of treason. Misprision of treason is a Class 4 felony. And for the rest of the country, there are no practical restrictions against the deployment of face surveillance by federal, state, or local law enforcement. There is no current analog for the kind of police surveillance made possible by pervasive, video-based face recognition technology.
By enabling the secret and mass identification of anyone enrolled in a police—or other government—database, it risks fundamentally changing the nature of our public spaces. Free Speech. When used on public gatherings, face surveillance may have a chilling effect on our First Amendment rights to unabridged free speech and peaceful assembly. The mere possibility of surveillance has the potential to make people feel extremely uncomfortable, cause people to alter their behavior, and lead to self-censorship and inhibition. Face surveillance technology can facilitate precisely this type of tracking, locating where someone is and has been by the location of the camera that captures that person's face.
The risks of face surveillance are likely to be borne disproportionately by communities of color. African Americans are simultaneously more likely to be enrolled in face recognition databases and the targets of police surveillance use. Source: Google, all rights reserved. This sign, and ones just like it at more than locations across Detroit, is meant to deter crime and make residents feel safe, informing the public that the area is being watched.
What the signs do not say is that many of these video cameras may also be connected to a face surveillance system, enabling them to record not only what is happening at a given location, but who is at that location at any given moment. Police are able to more quickly identify repeat offenders and make arrests. For patients visiting Summit Medical Center to terminate a pregnancy, receive HIV treatment, counseling, or another service, this probably sounds less like a guarantee of safety and more like an invasion into a deeply personal moment in their lives.
In addition to face surveillance, the DataWorks Plus contract also includes investigative face recognition software and an application that enables an unlimited number of DPD officers to run face recognition searches on their mobile devices.
Its original focus was on businesses open during late-night hours such as gas stations, fast food restaurants, and liquor stores. In exchange, the Real Time Crime Center has dedicated staff—and advanced technology—to monitor and analyze the video feeds. The policy states, for example, that officers and agencies using the system:. Project Green Light Partners are still predominantly gas stations, liquor stores, and other late-night businesses. Figure 4: Wolverine Human Services, an organization that provides residential treatment for children, substance abuse care, foster and adoption services, and other programs directed towards vulnerable children, became a Project Green Light Partner in November We do not have to be hiding illegal activity to desire privacy in a choice to worship, seek counseling or treatment, or obtain an abortion or other medical service.
Without restrictions on where face surveillance is deployed, the Project Green Light system may inadvertently violate the very policy established to protect residents against its potential harms. Adding face surveillance to these cameras risks doing the opposite. This is in spite of the fact that around the time of purchase, DPD Assistant Chief James White dismissed any suggestion that face surveillance would be obscured from the public. But the website dedicated to providing the public with information about Project Green Light Detroit fails to mention the use of face recognition, real-time face surveillance, or any kind of automated face analysis technology even once.
Even the partner locations appear unaware that they may be contributing to a massive face surveillance program. None of the information provided to prospective partners informs them of the fact that face surveillance is part of Project Green Light, and may be used on their camera feeds. Neither the partnership agreements that locations are required to sign nor the application to participate mention the use of real-time face surveillance.
In light of the sensitive nature of many of the camera locations, this is a critical omission. A clinic like Summit Medical Center may see a real benefit from participating in a program that deters crime and ensures rapid police response to any incidents at its business. But when making the decision to enter this partnership, the center deserved to be aware that the cameras may also be capable of identifying its patients.
Chicago sought to implement a face surveillance system in as early as The most complete description of the system, as quoted above, was provided not by a public agency running the program but by the vendor company selling it—in its bid for the contract to provide Detroit with similar capabilities. No public policies appear to exist. There's an article … from China, just this week at a concert, where a concertgoer went and was arrested within minutes based off of facial recognition data at that concert.
It is here. We have to balance public safety versus people's Constitutional rights. That's our job. And I'll remind people of the First Amendment of the U. This can be done with a verbal reply, or by showing their concealed handgun license. In accordance with federal law, persons who have been convicted of a felony, or of a misdemeanor act of domestic violence, are ineligible to receive a concealed carry license. In Illinois persons who, within the last five years, have been convicted of a misdemeanor involving the use of force or violence, or received two convictions for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or been in residential or court-ordered treatment for substance abuse, are also ineligible to receive a license.
In compliance with the federal Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act , off-duty and retired police officers who qualify annually under state guidelines are allowed to carry concealed. Open carry of firearms is generally illegal, except when hunting, or in a fixed place of business with the owner's permission, or in one's abode. When a firearm is being transported it must be a unloaded and enclosed in a case, firearm carrying box, shipping box, or other container, or b broken down in a non-functioning state, or c not immediately accessible, or d carried or possessed in accordance with the Firearm Concealed Carry Act by a person with a valid concealed carry license.
On June 14, , the Illinois Appellate Court said that the mere possession of a gun does not constitute probable cause for arrest. Illinois was the last state to pass a law to allow the concealed carry of firearms by citizens. On December 11, , a three-judge panel of the U. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals , in the case of Moore v. Madigan , ruled that Illinois' concealed carry ban was unconstitutional, and gave the state days to change its laws.
Aguilar , also ruled that the state's Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon law, which completely prohibited concealed carry, was unconstitutional. Article 1 section 22 of the Illinois Constitution states, "Subject only to the police power, the right of the individual citizen to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. When purchasing a firearm in Illinois there is a hour waiting period after the sale before the buyer can take possession.
When a firearm is sold by a licensed dealer, the seller is required to provide a gun lock , unless the firearm itself includes an integrated locking mechanism. For private sales, the seller is required to keep a record of the transfer for at least 10 years. Lost or stolen guns must be reported to the police within 72 hours. A gun owner can be charged with a crime if a minor under the age of 14 gains access to their firearm when it is unsecured i.
Regarding Title II weapons , the possession of automatic firearms such as machine guns , short-barreled shotguns , and suppressors is prohibited. There is a specific prohibition against the possession of firearms designed to appear as a wireless telephone. In Illinois, muzzleloaders and black powder guns are considered firearms. Air guns that are larger than.
There is a hour waiting period between purchase and taking possession. It ruled that a section of law which prohibits the carrying or transportation of stun guns is unconstitutional because an exception against the prohibition possessing a concealed carry permit only covers handguns, thus there is no exception for stun guns, and therefore the ban is unconstitutional.
This leaves stun gun carriage legal without a permit. Illinois has no stand-your-ground law , however there is also no duty to retreat. The use of force is justified when a person reasonably believes that it is necessary "to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to himself or another, or the commission of a forcible felony.
Illinois has a red flag law that allows family members or police to petition a judge to issue an order to confiscate the firearms of a person deemed an immediate and present danger to themselves or others. The petitioner must prove by clear and convincing evidence that the person poses a danger by having a firearm. The hearing for issuing the order may be done without the person being present, but the person may then request a hearing, to be held within two weeks, where they may defend themselves. If the order of confiscation is upheld, the person's guns may be taken away, and their FOID card suspended, for up to six months.
After that the person's guns must be returned to them, and their FOID card reinstated, unless the court finds grounds to renew the suspension. If a qualified medical examiner, law enforcement official, or school administrator determines that a gun owner's mental state makes them "a clear and present danger" to themselves or to others, they must report this to the Illinois State Police ISP within 24 hours. Firearm dealers must be licensed by the state. To obtain a state license, a gun store must submit proof that it has a Federal Firearms License.
The store must have surveillance equipment, maintain an electronic inventory, establish anti-theft measures, and require employees to receive training annually. Illinois has state preemption of firearm laws for "the regulation, licensing, possession, and registration of handguns and ammunition for a handgun, and the transportation of any firearm and ammunition". There is also state preemption for "the regulation of the possession and ownership of assault weapons", except for laws passed before July 20, , which are grandfathered in. Chicago has banned the possession of certain semi-automatic firearms that it defines as assault weapons , as well as laser sights.
Chicago formerly prohibited the sale of firearms within city limits, but on January 6, , a federal judge ruled that this was unconstitutional. Store owners must make their records available to the police, and employees must be trained to identify possible straw purchasers. Cook County has banned the possession of certain semi-automatic firearms that it has defined as assault weapons.
The sheriff may share this information with other law enforcement agencies. The county also has a tax on the sale of ammunition — five cents per round for centerfire ammunition and one cent per round for rimfire ammunition. Supreme Court declined to hear the case of Friedman v. Highland Park , a challenge to that city's assault weapons ban. The East St. Louis Housing Authority's ban on firearm possession by residents of public housing was struck down by a federal judge on April 11, Other municipalities have also enacted various firearm restrictions.
Some counties have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions in opposition to some gun control laws. By the late s, several Illinois municipalities had banned the possession of handguns. Chicago required the registration of all firearms but did not allow handguns to be registered, which had the effect of outlawing their possession, unless they were grandfathered in by being registered before April 16, On June 26, , the U. Supreme Court struck down Washington, D. On June 28, , in the case of McDonald v. Chicago , the U.
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Supreme Court ruled the handgun bans of Chicago and Oak Park to be unconstitutional. On July 12, , a new Chicago city ordinance took effect that allowed the possession of handguns with certain restrictions. Residents were required to obtain a Chicago Firearms Permit. Chicago's gun registration requirement was retained, with new registrations beling allowed for the first time since Only one gun at a time was allowed to be kept in a usable state. On July 19, , Oak Park amended its town ordinance to allow handgun possession in one's home, leaving no remaining town in Illinois that completely banned handguns.
On July 9, , Illinois enacted the Firearm Concealed Carry Act, which set up a permitting system for the concealed carry of firearms. Another provision of this law is state preemption for "the regulation, licensing, possession, and registration of handguns and ammunition for a handgun, and the transportation of any firearm and ammunition". This invalidated Chicago's requirements for gun registration and for an additional permit for the possession of firearms.
On September 11, , the Chicago City Council repealed the law requiring the registration of firearms and the law requiring a city issued firearm owners permit. In Illinois, it is illegal to possess a throwing star or ballistic knife. A knife with a blade more than three inches in length is considered a dangerous weapon, and it is illegal to carry such a knife with an intent to inflict harm on another person's well being. Some local governments have knife laws that are more restrictive than those of the state. In Chicago it is illegal to carry a knife with a blade more than two-and-a-half inches in length.
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