The Illinois Supreme Court is changing its mind about an appeal from a man wrongfully convicted of murder. The court yesterday said it will hear arguments from Alan Beaman that he should be allowed to sue former Normal Police investigators for their role in his conviction. A jury found Beaman guilty of the 1993 murder of his ex-girlfriend, but he was later exonerated because a court said the evidence against him was less than convincing.
A McLean County jury awarded a former Pontiac man $4.78 million in damages in a medical malpractice lawsuit related to the death of his wife. The Pantagraph reports the verdict in favor of Nathan Cain, now of Missouri, followed a nine-day trial involving a lawsuit against Dr. Thomas Deweert and Digestive Disease Consultants of Normal. The jury deliberated about six hours over two days.
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