In legal and dui news, a former Chicago Police Officer identified as Richard Doroniuk was sentenced to just short of 11 years in prison after being charged in connection with corruption and as a part of a plea agreement testified against the other officer involved in the case.
The U. S. Federal Judge Robert Gettleman sentenced the former Chicago tactical police officer to ten years and eleven months, in agreement with a plea agreement made with the accused and the prosecution.
The sentencing stems from charges that the former officer was charge with including racketeering, and conspiracy. Doroniuk testified in a case against his partner were is stated Mahmaud Shamah falsified reports, took money from people during traffic stops and planted drugs on suspects. if you happen to need a top Chicago dui lawyer then you may want to check him out. He is a great Chicago dui lawyer indeed. The two former police officers were video taped stealing cash from a storage locker that had been part of an FBI undercover sting in 2006.