Last week, we reviewed the data on which county trial courts accounted for the Third District civil cases decided by the Supreme Court since 1990. This week, we’re looking at the data for the criminal cases.
In 1990, the Supreme Court decided three cases from Will county, two from Rock Island county and one each from Knox, LaSalle and Whiteside counties. In 1991, the Court decided three cases from Peoria county, two from Will county and one each from Kankakee and Rock Island. The following year, the Court decided three cases from Will, two from Bureau county and one each from Knox, Tazewell and Whiteside. In 1993, the Court decided one criminal case each from Hancock, Rock Island and Will. In 1994, the Court decided one case from Mercer county and one from Whiteside.
In 1995, the Court decided two cases from Will county and one each from Kankakee, Knox and Warren. In 1996, the Court decided one case from Peoria, one from Whiteside and one from Will. In 1997, there were four criminal cases decided from Kankakee and one each from Tazewell and Warren. In 1998, there was one case each from Grundy county, Kankakee and Will. In 1999, there were only two criminal cases from the Third District, one from Kankakee and one from LaSalle county.
In 2000, the Court decided one criminal case from Bureau county, one from Kankakee and one from Peoria. In 2001, the Court decided two cases each from LaSalle and Rock Island, one from Bureau and one from Peoria. The next year, the Court decided three cases from Henry county, one from Fulton, one from Kankakee, one from Rock Island and one from Will county. In 2003, the Court decided six cases from Will county and one each from Bureau, Kankakee, LaSalle, Peoria and Tazewell. In 2004, the Court decided two cases each from Kankakee, LaSalle and Rock Island counties, and one case from Hancock, Peoria, Tazewell and Warren.
Join us back here tomorrow as we turn to the years 2005 through 2019.
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