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WGN-TV Chicago, February 7, 2017: Attorney Gina DeBoni Addresses the Real Dangers of Online Sex Trafficking
Chicago attorney Gina Arquilla DeBoni, Managing Attorney from Romanucci & Blandin speaks to the very real dangers our young women and children are facing from online sex traffickers. DeBoni and the firm are representing the family of Desiree Robinson, a young girl who was brutally murdered last Christmas eve. Desiree had been featured in a post on Backpage.com and is believed to have fallen victim to sex trafficking.
NBC 5 Chicago, February 1, 2017: Lake Zurich H.S. Football Players File Lawsuit After Hazing Scandal
Chicago attorney Antonio Romanucci of Romanucci & Blandin announces the filing of a lawsuit on behalf of the parents of two Lake Zurich High School students who fell victim to the abuses of bullying and hazing taking place on the school’s football team in Lake Zurich, Illinois. NBC 5 Chicago reports on the egregious events that were taking place in the football team locker room and the team coaches who ignored school policies and principles against hazing and bullying.
FOX 32, January 16, 2017: Romanucci & Blandin Attorney, Antonio Romanucci Addresses what Victims of Police Misconduct can do Following the DOJ’s Scathing Report on the Chicago Police Department
Chicago personal injury and civil rights attorney, Antonio Romanucci spoke on-air at FOX 32 Chicago following the U.S. Department of Justice’s release of a 161-page report last week. The report’s findings detail a year-long probe into the highly contentious Chicago Police Department (CPD). Federal investigators determined what Romanucci has heard from clients for years – That the CPD has routinely violated the constitutional rights of citizens in numerous ways, such as using excessive force, permitting racially discriminatory conduct and shooting individuals who posed no immediate threats. As an experienced attorney in the field of police misconduct, Romanucci was able to discuss the legal implications of the Department of Justice’s findings and share what people can do if they have been mistreated by police.
FOX 32, January 12, 2017: Chicago Attorney Reacts to Resignations from Lake Zurich High School Football Team Leadership
Chicago civil rights attorney Antonio Romanucci of Romanucci & Blandin, LLC shares his concern with FOX 32 over the pending resignation requests announced this week for Lake Zurich High School’s dean and assistant football coach Chad Beaver, and athletic director Rolando Vasquez. He stresses how the resignations have only heightened his concern as to what exactly has been taking place in the Lake Zurich High School football team’s locker room. Since the news of “egregious”, “inappropriate” and “widespread” behavior taking place on the Lake Zurich football team broke, Romanucci and his team have been working to investigate the matter.
FOX 32, January 6, 2017: Chicago Civil Rights Attorney Addresses Hate Crime in Chicago
Leading Chicago civil rights attorney Stephan Blandin, Principal and Partner at Romanucci & Blandin, LLC, addresses the egregious acts committed by a group of four African American teenagers on a white special-needs teen that was streamed on Facebook Live. Each have each been charged with a hate crime, felony aggravated kidnapping, aggravated unlawful restraint and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Blandin discusses with FOX Chicago why these horrific acts are considered a hate crime and the implications moving forward on both a local and national level.
FOX 32, November 17, 2016: Antonio Romanucci shares Concern over Lake Zurich High School Abuse and Hazing on FOX News
Chicago attorney, Antonio Romanucci who is representing a victim of the abuse and hazing that took place on the football team at Lake Zurich High School in Lake Zurich, Illinois, spoke with FOX 32 about the latest developments, stressing that child safety should come before anything else. Romanucci has called many times before for stronger laws, rules and regulations that govern activities like bullying and hazing. He was integral in the efforts to pass Illinois House Bill 1443 in August of 2013 with Illinois State Representative Martin J. Moylan which in-short, holds school officials accountable for failure to report incidents of hazing.
Univision – Chicago, November 16, 2016: Attorney Stephan Blandin Addresses Deadly Workplace Safety Issues
Stephan Blandin, un abogado principal de Romanucci & Blandin habla con Univision Chicago como conducen una investigación especial sobre los riesgos de las condiciones de trabajo inseguras en Chicago y en todo el país, que han llevado a situaciones trágicas y mortales.
Cleveland 19, November 6, 2016: Chicago Cubs Fan Assaulted Following World Series Win
Alan Anderson, a Cubs fan who was celebrating in Cleveland following his team, the Chicago Cub’s historic win, was knocked unconscious by what appeared to be an Indians fan. The assault was captured on a cellphone video that went viral. Anderson’s attorney, Antonio Romanucci of Romanucci & Blandin, a law firm in Chicago, spoke with CBS News to clear up the misinformation that’s been circulating about the assault. “He was being peaceful. He was not the aggressor,” said Romanucci in a Face time interview.
KMOV – CBS News St. Louis, November 3, 2016: Police Misconduct Attorney Outraged over Hideous Photo of Deceased Man with Officer
Police misconduct attorney, Antonio Romanucci of Romanucci & Blandin, and a St. Louis mother are demanding answers after News 4 shared a photo that appears to show a police officer posing with the dead body of her son. The officer from the North County Police Cooperative is wearing gloves, holding onto the arm of the body and giving a thumbs up. Romanucci called the photo: “hideous.”
“I have seen thousands and thousands of forensic photographs, I have never seen a staged photograph of an officer next to a deceased body,” Romanucci added.
FOX 32, August 5, 2016: Antonio Romanucci Discusses Paul O’Neal Police Shooting Video on FOX Chicago
Chicago police misconduct attorney, and national counsel for cases around the country, Antonio M. Romanucci of Romanucci & Blandin, LLC joined FOX Chicago to discuss the shooting of 18 year-old African-American male Paul O’Neal by Chicago Police Department officers. Romanucci brings light to the number of distinct errors made by the officers during the car chase and shortly thereafter, including having a gun drawn while still in the police vehicle.
CLTV, August 5, 2016: Police Misconduct Attorney Analyzes Deadly Chicago Police Shooting on CLTV
Antonio M. Romanucci, a Chicago based attorney specializing in police misconduct, appears on CLTV to analyze the fatal police shooting of Paul O’Neal. Three Chicago police officers have been relieved of their police powers after the police body cam videos showing the shooting death of O’Neal, an unarmed, African-American male were released. Romanucci points out the many errors made by the Chicago Police Department officers during the pursuit of O’Neal which are evident in the video footage.
ABC 7, July 31, 2016: Chicago Police Misconduct Attorney Discusses National Epidemic
Recent police involved shooting deaths have sparked outrage and protests across our nation. Chicago police misconduct attorney, and national counsel for cases around the country, Antonio M. Romanucci of Romanucci & Blandin, LLC joined ABC 7 to talk about police shootings and the national epidemic of violence facing the U.S.
CBS, June 30, 2016: Police misconduct attorney Antonio Romanucci asks why City of Chicago failed to turn over documents
Attorney Antonio Romanucci talks to CBS 2 investigator Dave Savini as to why a federal judge has threatened the City of Chicago with sanctions after learning that Chicago Police Department Officer Patrick Kelly was involved in yet another fatal on-duty shooting which lawyers suing Kelly for misconduct, including himself, were never made aware of. Read more here
Antonio Romanucci Provides Insight on Chicago Police Shootings
Published on July 12, 2016 by WHDT World News
Romanucci & Blandin’s Antonio Romanucci discusses the tragic, high-profile shootings of black men in Louisiana in Minnesota as well as police officers in Dallas – all of which took place in one week. Romanucci shares his thoughts on how this is a critically important time in our nation on WHDT – World News.
A Day’s Work – Documentary Highlights Dangerous Working Conditions for Temps
90 minutes before he was killed on his first day of work as a temporary employee, 21-year-old Day Davis texted a picture of himself to his girlfriend, excited for their future. Now Day’s sister, 17-year-old Antonia, searches for answers. An investigation reveals the troubling issues that led to Day’s death and how the $100 billion temporary staffing industry is putting millions of American workers at risk. Romanucci & Blandin supports the Chicago Workers’ Collaborative which champions uniting low-wage and temporary workers to bring down barriers for full employment and equality.
Antonio Romanucci Provides Insight on Chicago Police Shootings
Romanucci & Blandin’s Antonio Romanucci discusses the pattern of shootings by Chicago police officers, video of the fatal shooting of black teen Cedrick Chatman and what is needed to reform the Chicago Police Department on CLTV’s Politics Tonight.
Antonio Romanucci Provides Commentary on the Laquan McDonald Video
Romanucci & Blandin’s Antonio M. Romanucci is interviewed by CLTV in response to the Laquan McDonald case and the patterns between similar shootings by officers of the Chicago Police Department.
Romanucci & Blandin’s Stephan D. Blandin comments on the numerous safety violations at Chicago’s Parkway Gardens in a report by Dave Savini as part of CBS Chicago’s investigation into the apartment complex. The story was prompted by a sixth story fall by a 4-year-old resident who miraculously survived and is recuperating from his injuries.
Antonio Romanucci of Romanucci & Blandin, LLC comments on the stop and frisk civil class action lawsuit and the landmark agreement by the Chicago Police Department and the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois regarding monitoring how officers go about conducting street stops.
Martin Gould of Romanucci & Blandin, LLC discusses the stop and frisk civil class action lawsuit and the landmark agreement by the Chicago Police Department and the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois regarding monitoring how officers go about conducting street stops.
Chicago Police Sued Over Stop-And-Frisk Tactics The Huffington Post
“America Tonight” Reports on Sex Crimes in Sports Al Jazeera America
- NBC TV Chicago, Charlie Wojciechowski, August 7, 2015: ‘Landmark Agreement’ Reached Between CPD, ACLU on Stop-and-Frisk Policy
WLS-TV, ABC 7 Chicago Eyewitness News, Paul Meinke, August 7, 2015: CPD Agrees to ‘Stop-and-Frisk’ Reforms, Avoids ACLU Lawsuit
WBBM-TV, CBS TV Chicago, Suzanne Le Mignot, August 7, 2015: Chicago Police, ACLU Agree On Changes To Controversial “Stop And Frisk” Tactics
RT America, August 18, 2015: ACLU win over Chicago PD’s ‘Stop & Frisk’ is start of police reform – attorney
KSL TV, Utah, July 1, 2015: Roosevelt officer justified in shooting death of Uintah County man, prosecutors rule
ABC Chicago, January 2015: Hidden Camera Exclusive Story with Ron Magers, John Garcia and Romanucci & Blandin Attorney Marty Gould
Click Orlando WKMG Local 6: Man stunned by Marion County deputies files suit
A man has filed a federal lawsuit against the Marion County Sheriff’s Office claiming excessive use of force.
ABC Chicago, January 2015: Sidewalks covered in snow carry risk for pedestrians and property owners
CBS Chicago, September 9, 2014: Man At Center Of Brutality Case Against CPD Commander Files LawsuitNBC Chicago, September 9, 2014: Man at Center of Brutality Case Against CPD Commander Files Civil Suit
ABC Chicago, September 9, 2014: Chicago Police Commander Glenn Evans Sues by Alleged Victim