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Supreme Court OK's Lying to Police

The Illinois Supreme Court ruled it's okay to lie to the police in certain situations.
    The Illinois Supreme Court ruled it's okay to lie to the police in certain situations. Today, a 6-1 decision was released stating it's okay to give a false statement if it doesn't impede or hinder the officer from performing authorized duties.
    The case had to do with a La Salle County man accused of trying to cover up for his wife who was driving on a suspended license. Joseph Baskerville was found guilty of obstruction for telling an officer he was the driver; not his wife.
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