A trial date has been set for October 2019 in a lawsuit introduced by a former Illinois prosecutor who was acquitted within the 2006 demise of his first spouse.
The Quincy Herald-Whig studies that a courtroom submitting final week says Curtis Lovelace’s case towards the town of Quincy, police, Adams County and two county officers will begin Oct. 15, 2019. Pretrial occasions are scheduled for Sept. 30, 2019. Lovelace and his household filed the lawsuit in Might, alleging he was the topic of malicious prosecution and was disadvantaged of his constitutional rights in addition to due course of.
A Sangamon County jury acquitted Lovelace in March of first-diploma homicide within the February 2006 demise of Cory Lovelace.
The lawsuit does not listing a financial quantity Lovelace and his household is looking for.