Glenview officer James Horn was suspended earlier this month for suspected felony perjury during a March 2014 drug case and officials will soon return to court in hopes of removing him permanently from the force.
Horn, who has been on paid leave for more than a year, was charged along with three Chicago police officers after a video of a 2013 marijuana-related incident contradicted officer testimony in court.
Horn was charged with felony perjury, obstruction of justice and official misconduct in addition to a series of civil charges read by Glenview Police Chief William Fitzpatrick.
Attorneys on behalf of Fitzpatrick/the Village and Horn will appear in court Monday, July 27 to present cases.
If found guilty, Horn will be fired and a provision in state law could mean forfeiture of his pension.