Judge denies request to quash subpoenas in Lovelace lawsuit
Lovelace Case

Judge denies request to quash subpoenas in Lovelace lawsuit

A federal judge has denied a motion from the special prosecutors in the Curtis Lovelace murder trial to quash their subpoenas in Lovelace's civil rights lawsuit.

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City files updated response to Lovelace lawsuit
Lovelace Case

City files updated response to Lovelace lawsuit

Attorneys representing the city of Quincy have filed an updated response to the federal lawsuit brought by Curtis Lovelace and his family after his March acquittal on a first-degree murder charge.

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Judge denies city motion to dismiss most of Lovelace lawsuit

A federal judge has rejected a motion by attorneys representing the city of Quincy to dismiss most of the civil rights lawsuit filed by Curtis Lovelace and his family after his March acquittal on one count of first-degree murder.

'Dateline' to air two-hour episode dealing with Lovelace trial
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'Dateline' to air two-hour episode dealing with Lovelace trial

The Curtis Lovelace trial returns to the spotlight Friday when NBC presents a two-hour "Dateline" on a case that captivated the region for more than two years.

Trial date set for Lovelace civil rights lawsuit
Lovelace Case

Trial date set for Lovelace civil rights lawsuit

A trial date in the federal civil rights lawsuit brought by Curtis Lovelace and his family against the city of Quincy, multiple officers with the Quincy Police Department, Adams County and two county officials has been set for 2019.

Lovelaces respond to city's move to dismiss majority of their lawsuit
Lovelace Case

Lovelaces respond to city's move to dismiss majority of their lawsuit

Attorneys for Curtis Lovelace and his family are asking a federal judge to not dismiss any of the counts of their civil rights lawsuit brought on after he was acquitted of murder charges in connection with the death of his first wife.

City seeks to dismiss 10 of 11 counts in Lovelace lawsuit
Lovelace Case

City seeks to dismiss 10 of 11 counts in Lovelace lawsuit

Attorneys representing the city of Quincy and personnel of the Quincy Police Department in the civil rights lawsuit brought on by Curtis Lovelace and his family are seeking to have 10 of the 11 counts dismissed.

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Responses to Lovelace lawsuit filed by Quincy, Adams County

Initial responses have been filed by attorneys representing the city of Quincy and Adams County in the federal civil rights lawsuit filed by Curtis Lovelace after he was found not guilty of first-degree murder in connection with the death of his first wif

Lovelace retrial costs top $35K
Lovelace Case

Lovelace retrial costs top $35K

The retrial of Curtis Lovelace on one count of first-degree murder cost the Quincy Police Department and the Adams County circuit clerk's office a combined $35,793. The Herald-Whig compiled invoices it received through Freedom of Information Act requests made to the Quincy Police Department, Adams County state's attorney's office, Adams County circuit clerk's office and Illinois state's attorney appellate prosecutor's office.

Lovelace seeks to be declared indigent, requests waiver of fees
Lovelace Case

Lovelace seeks to be declared indigent, requests waiver of fees

Attorneys representing Curtis Lovelace filed a motion for declaration of indigency and waiver of fees associated with appeal last Friday.