Which Trial Courts Produce the Court’s Criminal Docket (Part 1)?

Yesterday, we began reviewing the trial courts which have produced the Court’s civil docket, beginning with the years 1990 through 1994. Today, we review the Court’s criminal docket for the same years.

In 1990, the Court decided twenty-six criminal, quasi-criminal, juvenile and disciplinary cases from Cook County. The Court decided eight disciplinary and licensing cases from the ARDC, five cases from Will County, four each from Lake, Du Page and St. Clair counties, three cases from McLean County, two from Jackson, Madison and Rock Island counties, and one case each from Wabash, Winnebago, Pope, Vermilion, Union, Whiteside, La Salle, Knox and Macon counties.

In 1991, the Court decided twenty-three criminal cases from Cook County. It decided five ARDC cases, four from Du Page and Peoria counties and three cases from Will County. The Court decided two cases from Winnebago, Kankakee and Champaign counties. Finally, the court decided one case each from Lake, Madison, Rock Island, St. Clair, Jefferson, Stephenson, Jasper, Williamson, Montgomery, Marion, Edgar and Kane counties, and one case for which we were unable to identify the originating county.

In 1992, the Court decided forty criminal cases from Cook County. The Court decided five cases from Kane County, four each from Lake, Du Page and Will counties and three which originated at the ARDC. The court decided two cases from Winnebago, Madison, St. Clair, Jefferson, Randolph, Bureau and Livingston counties. The court decided one case apiece from Vermilion, Union, Whiteside, Jackson, McLean, Knox, Montgomery, Clinton, McHenry, Sangamon, Grundy, Saline, Schuyler, Coles, Tazewell, McDonough, Iroquois and Effingham counties.

In 1993, the Court decided twenty criminal cases from Cook County. The Court decided three cases from McLean County and two cases from the ARDC and Will and Lake counties. The Court decided one case each from Winnebago, Madison, Rock Island, St. Clair, Jefferson, Montgomery, Kane, McHenry, Livingston, Effingham, Hancock, Boone, Fayette and Macoupin counties.

In 1994, the Court decided twenty-nine criminal cases from Cook County. It decided five cases from Du Page County, four from McLean County, and three from Kane County. The Court decided two cases each from Lake and Jo Daviess counties, and from the ARDC. The Court decided one case apiece from Winnebago, Will, Whiteside, St. Clair, Champaign, Williamson, Clinton, Randolph, Coles, Livingston, Effingham, Adams, Mercer, Mason, El Paso, Ogle, Shelby and Cumberland counties.

Join us back here next week as we review the data from the civil and criminal dockets for the years 1995-1999.

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