Chicago crime increases as Kim Foxx under fire for being soft on crime

Four Cook County Assistant States Attorneys have resigned from Kim Foxx's office within the past two weeks, a source familiar with the matter told Fox News Digital. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato, File)

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Important Takeaways:

  • Chicago crime frustrations mount against State’s Attorney Kim Foxx as ‘mass exodus’ continues: source
  • More than 235 people have resigned from Kim Foxx’s office since July 2021
  • “Basically, the prosecutor is the one who’s carrying the ball on behalf of the victim of a crime,” the former criminal court judge explained. “And [Foxx] is de-emphasizing the treatment of victims by handing out ridiculous sentences.”
  • Violent crime — including burglary, robbery, theft and motor vehicle theft — is also up 37%
  • Critics have voiced concern over the 2023 Illinois Safe-T Act, set to take effect Jan. 1, which aims to eliminate cash bail and detain criminals only if “the defendant poses a specific, real and present threat to a person, or has a high likelihood of willful flight,” and implement police reform measures.

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