For the past several weeks, we’ve been reviewing, one year at a time, the trial courts which have produced the Supreme Court’s civil and criminal dockets. This week, we’re reviewing the years 2010 through 2014.
In 2010, the Court decided twenty-two civil cases from Cook County, two cases from Sangamon and Kane counties, and one case each from St. Clair, Will, La Salle, Champaign, Jefferson, Marion and Tazewell counties.
In 2011, the Court decided fifteen civil cases from Cook County. The Court decided four cases from Lake and Du Page counties, three from Sangamon County, and two from Will and Madison counties, and two direct appeals from administrative agencies. The Court decided one case apiece from Peoria, Winnebago, Kane, Williamson and Jersey counties, as well as one certified question appeal from the Northern District of Illinois.
In 2012, the Court decided nineteen civil cases from Cook County. The Court decided three cases from St. Clair, Du Page and Champaign counties. The Court decided two cases from Will County, and one each from Sangamon, Lake, Madison, Kane, Marion, Lee, Kendall, Clinton and Massac counties and one certified question appeal from the Northern District of Illinois.
The Court decided thirteen civil cases from Cook County and four from Sangamon County. The Court decided two cases from Du Page and La Salle counties, and two cases on direct appeal from administrative agencies. The Court decided one case each from Will, Lake, McHenry, Kane, Putnam, Vermilion, Effingham, Stephenson, Macoupin, Piatt and Woodford counties.
In 2014, the Court decided thirteen civil cases from Cook County. The Court decided three civil cases from Sangamon County, two from Lake and Macoupin counties, and one each from Peoria, Kane, Franklin, Marion, Kendall and Washington counties, and one case on direct appeal from an administrative agency.
Join us back here tomorrow as we review the Court’s criminal docket for the same years.
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