A Chicago lawmaker wants to give Illinois jurors the power that juries in only three states have — deciding divorce cases.
Jurors in Georgia, New Jersey and Texas are the only ones that may solve feuding couples’ differences. Judges typically handle divorce proceedings. Now, an Illinois official has introduced a bill asking for divorce juries in her state.
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