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New Law Case Gets Opened

“A man serving life in prison will have another chance to show he was tortured by Chicago police officers into giving a false confession, a state appeals panel ruled Wednesday.” Read More.

When the wrong person is tortured into a false confession - the real criminal goes free. As a public defender, Lindsay Huge fought for the rights of Chicagoans tortured by police.

In April, 2017, Lindsay organized and moderated a public Chicago history discussion with Alderman Ed Burke and Profs. Robert Bruegmann and Kevin Harrington
Read about the Talk in the Daily Herald

Lindsay Hugé is a longtime advocate for the community – working to improve opportunities for young people, to bring residents together on critical issues and to improve our neighborhoods block by block. A commitment to the community is a trait we should look for in all our elected officials. Through his work, Lindsay has shown he has the dedication necessary to make all our communities better.

“We just went to do all we can to make it better.” We’re trying to get input from as much of the community as we can on what they want.”

"It's the center of the neighborhood for families," said Huge, who has been regularly visiting the library for 25 years. He pointed to the fact that his six-year-old son, Fred, recently won an award for being a spectacular reader.

"I really attribute that to the library," Huge's wife, Lisa, said of her son's award."

"I've used that branch for 25 years," said Huge, a longtime Uptown resident. "It's always served me and the community well."

"Right now, the 14,000-square-foot library is one big open room," Huge said. The group envisions an alternative work space where people can meet up and collaborate.

"We want to make the library as responsive as possible to this community," Huge said.