To the Editor:
When one thinks of James Glasgow and the Will County State’s Attorney’s Office, the usual images of dangerous criminals and high-profile court cases come to mind. However, I recently discovered that this important agency does a lot more for the citizens of Will County than just prosecuting criminals.
I was referred to Chief Deputy State’s Attorney Ken Gray when I encountered an unsettling situation with my physically and mentally disabled relative. She was being exploited by people who obviously felt no guilt in taking advantage of someone who is not capable of making sound decisions.
I discussed this issue with Assistant State’s Attorney Keith Aeschliman in the Civil Division. Mr. Aeschliman suggested some measures I could take to prevent these people from further influencing my relative and stop the negative effect they were having on her living conditions.
I am glad to say that these people are no longer causing problems for my relative.
I truly appreciate the assistance that was provided by the State’s Attorney’s Office and commend Mr. Glasgow for having staff that truly care about some of the most vulnerable citizens of Will County.