Dolton and Thornton Township Senior Admin Keith Freeman’s waiver of bankruptcy discharge gets granted

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On June 5, 2024, the Federal Bankruptcy Court in the Northern District of Illinois granted Keith Freeman’s voluntary motion to waive the discharge of his debts under his bankruptcy filing. This decision came after the Bankruptcy Trustee filed a motion based on Freeman’s signed request, following the trustee’s subpoena of financial records and Freeman’s subsequent federal indictment for bankruptcy fraud in the same district.

The implications of this waiver on Freeman’s criminal case for alleged false bankruptcy filings are currently uncertain. Typically, a waiver of discharge means that Freeman will remain liable for all his debts, but it does not directly influence the criminal proceedings. However, the information uncovered during the bankruptcy process could potentially impact the criminal case, depending on the evidence of fraudulent activity.

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