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Governor Quinn Praises Final Ratification of Best Contract for Taxpayers in Illinois History - Three-year Agreement Receives Final Union Approval After 15 Month Negotiation
Governor Quinn Requests Federal Disaster Aid for Families and Businesses in 16 Additional Counties - More Than 800 Homes Damaged by Floods in 16 Counties
Unemployment Rate Declines to 9.3 Percent - April Shows Job Growth Over Year; Loss Over Month
Chicago Trade Show Represents World Of Opportunity For Illinois Food Companies - National Restaurant Association Show to bring food buyers from more than 100 countries to McCormick Place
Illinois court records are managed with the utmost care and any damage to the integrity of any court records will be met with the most appropriate punishment as deemed by state law. The court records of Illinois are accessible by all residents except in situations where specific items or cases have been classified as confidential by state statute or judicial order such as those involving juveniles.
Illinois court records are generally managed by whichever circuit court handled the action which was documented. When searching for any court records of Illinois, it is generally a good first step to first contact the circuit and asks for more information.
There exist several online resources which maintain databases of court records which can then be accessed by the general public. These commercial databases may or may not choose to charge a fee per request. The accuracy of these commercial databases is at their discretion and not under the supervision of the state of Illinois.
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