Yesterday, we examined the trial courts which produced the Supreme Court’s civil docket for the years 2015 through 2017. Today, we’re looking at the data for the Court’s criminal docket.
In 2015, the Court decided sixteen criminal cases from Cook County, four from Will and three from Kane County. The Court decided one case each from Du Page, McLean, Rock Island, St. Clair, Peoria, Jefferson, Sangamon, Macoupin, Adams and De Kalb counties.
In 2016, the Court decided sixteen criminal cases from Cook County, three from Will County and two from McLean and Peoria counties. The Court decided one case each from Du Page, Whiteside, Madison, St. Clair, Champaign, Bureau, Livingston, Tazewell, Hancock, Johnson, Kendall and Hamilton counties.
Last year, the Court decided seventeen criminal cases from Cook County. The Court decided two cases from Will, La Salle and Champaign counties. Finally, the Court decided one case each from Winnebago, Du Page, Madison, St. Clair, Peoria, Kane, Schuyler, Coles, Effingham and Boone counties, and one case within the Court’s original jurisdiction.
Join us back here next Tuesday as we summarize our twenty-eight years of geographical data.
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