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Elmhurst is a Chicago suburb in DuPage County that has 43,000 residents. Elmhurst plays host to the Theatre Historical Society of America, Wilder Park Conservatory, and the Lizzardo Museum of Lapidary Art are just a few attractions. Elmhurst is the birthplace of many notable people such as writer Carl Sanburg, NBA player Jeff Hornacek, and pro golfer Mark Wilson.
Other outstanding Elmhurst citizens include a population of lawyers who are well acquainted with the local courts. Lawyers in Elmhurst take a wide variety of cases like bankruptcy, child custody, wrongful termination, DUI, and immigration cases like green card and visa issues.
Recently in Elmhurst, Amy Esposito pleaded guilty to a felony charge of financial institution fraud. Esposito took over $145,000 from elderly customers while working at Community Bank and used it to pay for personal expenses. Investigators said that she had been doing it for over 4 years before a victim’s family member alerted bank officials.
If you have a lawsuit to file in Elmhurst, you will likely be visiting the DuPage County Circuit Court which retain jurisdiction over most cases in the area. Circuit courts have exclusive jurisdiction over civil, small claims, domestic relations, criminal, juvenile, traffic, and administrative agency appeals cases. Immigration issues must be handled by the U.S. Immigration Court in Chicago.
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