The manner in which the attorney of the State of Kim Foxx and his office had settled the case was "unusual and unknown to legal practitioners," wrote the Law Society of Illinois.
The detestable statement released on Thursday follows Foxx and its senior deputy Joe Magats claims that "alternative charges", such as Smollett's case-mediated resolution, are not uncommon and unavailable to all defendants, celebrities or anyone else , 36-year-old Smollet agreed to pay a $ 10,000 bail for dismissing 16 charges, after which he organized a fake, racist and anti-gay attack on himself.
Foxx and her office also informed the police In public, "the sealing of criminal proceedings was mandatory," the prosecution said, and a special prosecutor should have been appointed when Foxx withdrew from the case, citing a potential witness,
Meanwhile, Chicago corporate lawyer asked Smollett on Thursday to pay $ 1
Request for Investigation
Smollett, black and gay, told the police that two men had attacked him on Jan. 29. He yells racial and homophobic guilt as he beats him, the police said, and Smollett said the incident ended with one Sling around his neck and bleach spilled over him, police said.
Chicago police investigated the case as m gliches hate crimes and later said they believed the attack will directed by Smollett to strengthen his profile and career. A major jury denounced Smollett in March in 16 points of disorderly behavior.
Following the sudden dismissal of this indictment this week, officials demanded State House White House and Investigations additional consequences for Smollett.
"A lot of valuable work hours and resources of the Chicago Police Department have been wasted on chasing a fake crime," said Republican Michael McAuliffe, "and he has cost Chicago more than a $ 10,000 loan. Smollett should no longer be able to get anything from the city of Chicago or Illinois. "
State House Republican leader Jim Durkin, in a letter to the Attorney General's Office of Illinois," issued a thorough review of the persecution and sentencing in the Smollett
"FBI & DOJ are considering the outrageous Jussie Smollett case in Chicago," Trump said. "It's an embarrassment to our nation!"
Smolletts Lawyer said on Thursday she was not worried about a possible state inquiry.
"We have nothing to fear because … my Nothing has been done improperly, "said Tina Glandian on the NBC show" Today. "
The Prosecutor Defends the Indictment
 Foxx said that although she is confident that her office against Smollett would have been convicted, a guilty verdict would not have likely resulted in a tougher sentence, CNN's daughter WLS reported ,
"If he was convicted in a grade 4 ((crime), the likelihood was that he would get some kind of redress, a civil service, not a jail," she told the station. "So, if we get the same results "If we reach the same standards of justice without going through the trial, we do."
For example, prosecutors often offer to overturn the drug-possession charge if the defendants agree to treatment and meeting Magals said that such alternative resolutions have been dealt with in thousands of cases.
Resolutions like Smollett are available to "someone from the neighborhood," Foxx said, stressing that Smollett was not given special treatment because of his celebrity status. 
Retroactivity continues from every angle
A lawyer working with two brothers who told the grand jury that they supported the fake attack told CNN Don Lemon that Foxx's office had not informed them of the decision to dismiss the charges allow.
"I just got in touch with the prosecutor's office a few days ago," said Gloria Schmidt. "They ordered an advocate for each of my clients."