Yesterday, we reviewed the trial courts from which the Court’s civil docket came for the years 2010 through 2014. Today, we’re looking at the criminal docket.
In 2010, the Court decided twenty-three cases from Cook County, six from Peoria, four from Du Page, three from Kane County, and two each from Lake, Winnebago and Boone counties. The Court decided one case from Will, LaSalle, Knox, Macon, Kankakee, Clinton, Livingston, Tazewell, Hancock, Fayette, Henry, De Kalb and Jersey counties.
In 2011, the Court decided twenty-six criminal cases from Cook County. The Court decided four cases from Du Page, three from Peoria, two from Lake, Will and Champaign counties, and one each from McLean, St. Clair, Macon, Kane, Schuyler, Livingston, Boone and Adams counties, and from the ARDC.
In 2012, the Court decided thirteen criminal cases from Cook County. The Court decided five cases from Will County, three from Peoria, two from Lake County, and one each from Rock Island, La Salle, Kankakee, Champaign, Stephenson, Coles, Adams, Henry and Ford counties, as well as one from the ARDC.
In 2013, the Court decided twenty-one criminal cases from Cook County. The Court decided three cases from Lake and Henry counties, and two from Peoria. The Court decided one criminal case from Winnebago, Jackson, McLean, Champaign, Kane, Clinton, Livingston and Adams counties, and one case from the ARDC.
The Court’s criminal docket for 2014 was widely dispersed around the state. The Court decided only eleven cases from Cook County, three from Kane County and two from Randolph and McLean counties. The Court decided one case each from Lake, Du Page, Vermilion, Whiteside, St. Clair, Macon, Peoria, Champaign, Marion, Livingston, McDonough, Stark, Kendall and Perry counties, as well as one case on direct administrative appeal and one case from the ARDC.
Join us back here next Tuesday as we look at the data for the years 2015 through 2017.
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