For the past three weeks, we’ve been reviewing the year by year data for which trial courts have produced the Supreme Court’s civil and criminal dockets. Yesterday, we looked at the data for the civil docket between 2005 and 2009. Today, we’re reviewing the data for the criminal docket for the same years.
In 2005, the Supreme Court decided twenty-one criminal cases from Cook County. The Court decided six criminal cases from Du Page County, three from Will, Macon and Champaign counties, and two from Kankakee, Kane, Grundy and Boone counties. The Court decided one case each from Winnebago, Vermilion, Madison, Rock Island, St. Clair, Clinton, McHenry, Sangamon, Saline, Coles, Adams, Ogle, Warren, Henry and Douglas counties.
For the year 2006, the Court decided twenty criminal cases from Cook County. The Court decided four criminal cases from Will and Kane counties. The Court decided two cases each from Lake, Champaign and Marion counties, as well as two cases from the ARDC. The Court decided one criminal case each from Winnebago, Du Page, Vermilion, McLean, St. Clair, La Salle, Kankakee, Sangamon, Tazewell, Ogle, Pike, Ford, Moultrie and Stark counties.
For 2007, the Court decided fifteen criminal cases from Cook County. The Court heard two cases each from Du Page and Peoria counties. The Court decided one criminal case from Winnebago, Union, Macon, Champaign, Kane, Livingston, Tazewell, Adams and De Kalb counties.
For 2008, the Court decided nineteen criminal cases from Cook County. The Court decided five cases from Will County, four from Du Page, and three from Peoria. The Court decided two cases apiece from Lake, Winnebago, McLean, Champaign and Grundy counties. The Court decided one criminal case apiece from Rock Island, Kane, McHenry, Bureau, Tazewell, Adams, Woodford and Greene counties.
Finally, in 2009, the Court’s criminal cases from Cook County jumped to twenty-six. The Court decided five cases from Will County, four from Du Page, and two from Livingston and Kendall counties. The Court decided one case each from Lake, Winnebago, McLean, Peoria, Kankakee, Champaign, Sangamon, Iroquois, Morgan and Clark counties, as well as one case from the ARDC.
Join us back here next week as we review the Court’s civil and criminal dockets for the years 2010 through 2014.
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