Champaign criminal defense attorneys of Thomas A Bruno & Associates are deeply saddened to announce the funeral of Whitney Houston.
Whitney Houston, 48, died on Saturday afternoon in her hotel suite of the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles shortly before she was supposed to attend a pre-Grammy Awards party hosted by her mentor, Clive Davis.
There will be a private funeral service held this Saturday at 12pm in Newark, New Jersey at New Hope Baptist Church. The service will be televised and also streamed live on the internet. A long list of celebrity guests will be in attendance, and Houston’s godmother, Aretha Franklin, will sing.
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Sean Dale, 24, of Millerstown, was charged with felonious assault, having weapons while intoxicated, and possession of marijuana after shooting his friend on Wednesday morning over a dispute during an early morning card game.
Jason Lockwood, 31, suffered gunshot wound to the left thigh and right hip and is being treated at Mercy Memorial Hospital in Urbana. According to authorities, Dale asked Lockwood to leave his home, but he refused and Dale shot him.
Lockwood moved to a nearby family member’s home before police found him.
If you have been charged with assault and battery, it is important to have experienced representation on your side. Contact Champaign assault and battery lawyers of Bruno Law Offices by calling (217) 328-6000.
Lynnette McIntyre, 45, of Champaign, was conditionally sentenced to two years probation for having sex with a teenage boy she was tutoring.
McIntyre pleaded guilty to committing a sex act with a 17 year old boy in her apartment at the 2400 block of North Neil Street. The boys parents found sexually explicit text messages on his phone and revealed the incident.
McIntyre will register as a sex offender and undergo a sex offender evaluation. If the judge rejects the plea agreement set by her attorneys on Feb 6, then McIntyre could be sentenced to a felony charge of aggravated criminal sexual abuse.
If you have been charged with a sex crime, contact Champaign sex crimes lawyers of Bruno Law Offices by calling 217-328-6000.
Last month, a 20-year old Mahomet man was charged with aggravated battery in the attack of a University of Illinois student.
Witnesses to the attack told police that the student’s head was beat into concrete pavement on the University of Illinois campus. The victim was treated and released from Carle Foundation Hospital.
Police reports indicate that witnesses saw the 19-year old victim running from the 20-year old suspect on South Oak Street. The suspect then bashed the victim’s head into the ground. The suspect was seen fleeing the crime west towards Neil Street.
The suspect was found shortly after the attack and witnesses identified him as the man who attacked the student. He was held in county jail on a $150,000 bond.
Contact the Champaign assault and battery defense attorneys of Bruno Law Offices at 217-328-6000 today, if you or someone you know has been accused of assault or battery and is seeking experienced legal defense.