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Posted 09 October 2017 - 09:02 PM

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 02:25 AM

We would need to ask, if a non-resident obtained an Illinois CCL and then moved to Illinois, do they still have a valid license or will they need to reapply as a resident?

Since this was bumped, I started re-reading the thread and this caught my attention. I wonder if this situation has occurred and what the result was?
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Posted 10 October 2017 - 07:27 AM

We would need to ask, if a non-resident obtained an Illinois CCL and then moved to Illinois, do they still have a valid license or will they need to reapply as a resident?

Since this was bumped, I started re-reading the thread and this caught my attention. I wonder if this situation has occurred and what the result was?

Simple. They would lose their CCL. Anyone that moves TO Illinois could not possibly pass a mental fitness test!!
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Posted 10 October 2017 - 02:02 PM

 

 

We would need to ask, if a non-resident obtained an Illinois CCL and then moved to Illinois, do they still have a valid license or will they need to reapply as a resident?

Since this was bumped, I started re-reading the thread and this caught my attention. I wonder if this situation has occurred and what the result was?

Simple. They would lose their CCL. Anyone that moves TO Illinois could not possibly pass a mental fitness test!!

 

 

Definitely not!! :pinch:  :no:  :rofl:


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Posted 20 November 2017 - 04:06 PM

Due to the work schedule and holidays and yada yada yada, we ask for 39 day extension up to and including January 19, 2018

 

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Posted 06 January 2018 - 05:44 AM

No surprise here, just as with Culp, The state has filed for and was granted a Motion of Time Extension again (3rd one) to Feb 22 by the Illinois Appellate Courts



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Posted 07 January 2018 - 09:34 PM

No surprise here, just as with Culp, The state has filed for and was granted a Motion of Time Extension again (3rd one) to Feb 22 by the Illinois Appellate Courts

 

Good grief !!


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Posted Today, 06:03 PM

Once again, no surprise here, just as in Culp v Madigan, the state has filed for and was granted a Time Extension (4th one) to March 29 by the Illinois Appellate Courts.

 

This time the reason was as follows:

Due to the sensitive nature of this proceeding I have been informed that one of the supervisors who must review the draft will be unavailable for the next two weeks because of his involvement in a case before the US Supreme Court.  Accordingly I must request an additional extension of time of 35 days to ensure that there is adequate time for our internal review, as well as our client review.  

 

Moreover, I also need to turn my attention to a brief that is due on a final extension on March 6, 208 in the Appellate Courts.  In addition to completing the brief in this case, I will need to draft the brief in the case referenced above.

 

The Defendant-Appellee has requested three previous extensions of time to file his brief.  He seeks not to delay this appeal unnecessarily, but instead to ensure that his counsel submits a brief that represents the states interests and is as thorough and helpful tho this Court as possible.


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