We can thank Champaign for bringing us award-winning American novelist David Foster Wallace, bluegrass singer Allison Krauss, the “can’t fight this feelin” rock group REO Speedwagon, and the late film critic, Roger Ebert. Champaign isn’t all popular literature, catchy music and celluloid film reviewers. The city’s over 82,500 residents have everyday legal matters like the rest of us. Click here to learn about Champaign courthouses, free and low-cost legal aid, criminal laws, and car accident information.
Are you looking for legal information, but know you can’t afford an attorney? If you are a resident of Champaign you may qualify for free or low-cost legal aid. Here’s a list of providers in the areas who offer legal services.
If you or someone you know has been arrested in Champaign, you’re probably wondering what will happen next. There’s so much information to sort through. Here’s a useful guide to criminal cases in Illinois from the arrest to sentencing.
Have you or someone you know been in a car accident in the Champaign area? Whether you were the driver or a passenger, there’s some important steps you should follow to preserve your rights. Learn about what to do at the scene, when to call the police, the role of attorneys, insurance companies, and more.