Why would the Illinois attorney general being investigating someone who died in a jail's death what does that mean and why would

Asked over 1 year ago - Champaign, IL

they tell a lawyer to leave it alone

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    Answered . I'm not quite sure what your question is, but the AG is the chief legal officer of the state, and investigates all possible statewide crimes, consumer fraud, and potential misdeeds that occur in jail.

    Since I don't know who is being investigated or for whst, I'm unable to give you any specific guidance.

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    Answered . Perhaps you should ask the Attorney Generals Office and/ or send them a Freedpm of Informatipn request.

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    Answered . There is no way to answer you qwuestion. We have no idea what is and is not being investigated or why.

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    Answered . I think you need to rephrase your question. It does not make sense (at least to me).

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    Answered . The family should retain a civil rights attorney to investigate the death. I personally would tell the AG to fly a kite, as these morons don't scare me.

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