This order does not restrain the Kane County State's Attorney's Office from future prosecutions in relationship to this matter.
Wayside Cross Ministries residents gain a temporary restraining order
AURORA, Ill., July 25, 2019 — The Wayside Cross Ministries (WCM) residents who are registered child sex offenders have been granted a temporary restraining order by Judge Rebecca Pallmeyer of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois – Eastern Division.
Civil rights attorneys Adele Nicholas and Mark Weinberg representing the WCM men gained the temporary restraining order with the City of Aurora.
The two-part order contains relief for the current (19) and future WCM resident sex offenders in registering, as required by state statue, with the Aurora Police Department (APD). Also that the APD will not be take further action to initiate a criminal prosecution of the residents.
This order does not restrain the Kane County State’s Attorney’s Office from future prosecutions in relationship to this matter.
City of Aurora attorney, John Murphey, stated as reported in The Beacon-News on the role of the state’s attorney that the state’s attorney office could initiate felony proceedings on his own and that APD would have to carry out the arrest warrants.
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