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But today’s decision does not restore my life to what it was before these charges were brought.

It does not restore what I had spent a lifetime building for myself.

According to Michael Mc Grath, a spokesperson for Stallworth, the bench trial before Judge Clayton Crane lasted three days.

Stallworth was represented by Donna Rotunno and David Will. “Stan Stallworth retired from the firm more than a year ago,” said Carter Phillips, chair of Sidley’s executive committee (and SCOTUS litigator extraordinaire).

(Will used to work for Victor Henderson’s boutique firm, which Stallworth previously retained, but Will then went out on his own.) What’s next for Stan Stallworth? “We have no further comment.” But it doesn’t sound like Stallworth wants to go back to Biglaw anyway, at least based on his statement: Now that this legal nightmare has ended, today I begin the work of rebuilding my life with a new focus.

December is shaping up to be a pretty poor month for Anita Alvarez, the State’s Attorney for Cook County (aka Chicago).

She’s facing throngs of protesters calling for her resignation — and a former Biglaw partner wants her to step down too.

Back in December 2013, we reported on salacious and shocking charges of sexual assault leveled against Stanley Stallworth, a Chicago-based partner in the top-flight real estate practice of Sidley Austin, and his nephew, Therrie Miller.

Our Sidley sources expressed shock at the charges, describing the well-regarded and well-liked Stallworth as “very nice,” “very involved in the summer program,” and “the best friend of every associate of color at Sidley.” Stallworth, who is African-American, served as firm-wide co-chair of the firm’s Diversity Committee and also served on the firm’s Diversity Task Force and on the Recruitment Committee.

Noting these testimonials, and praising Stallworth as “an impressive and accomplished individual,” I expressed skepticism at the charges: “given how lurid and surprising the charges are, my own suspicion is that we’re missing some big pieces of the puzzle.” And it seems that the skepticism was warranted, in light of the case’s resolution: A longtime Chicago real estate attorney and his nephew were found not guilty Thursday of sexually assaulting a man who told authorities he blacked out after consuming 1-1/2 drinks at the attorney’s South Side home in 2013, according to court records.

Stanley Stallworth, 52, who had been a partner at the law firm Sidley Austin for more than 20 years, and his nephew, Therrie Miller, 24, of Dolton, were found not guilty by Cook County Judge Clayton Crane following a bench trial, according to court records. I thank Judge Crane for his careful deliberation and decision.

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