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Will county, illinois (judicial).

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Will County is within the Twelfth Judicial Circuit .

The people of Will County are served by a Circuit Court .

The United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois has jurisdiction in Will County. Appeals from the Northern District go to the United States Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit .

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Circuit Court

Illinois twelfth judicial circuit court.

  • Vincent Cornelius
  • David Garcia
  • Susan T. O'Leary
  • Daniel L. Kennedy ( Chief Judge ) [1]

Resident judges

  • Amy Bertani-Tomczak
  • Michael J. Powers

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Associate judges.

Illinois is one of 43 states that hold elections for judicial positions. To learn more about judicial selection in Illinois, click here .

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Election rules

Primary election.

The general primary occurs on the third Tuesday in March. [2] Unlike many states with contested judicial elections, races in Illinois are regularly contested, often with several candidates running for a seat. The Illinois primary is closed , meaning that voters must declare which major political party's ballot they wish to vote on. [3]

The candidate that wins the most votes in the primary advances to the general election to compete against the candidate from the other party. [2] If only one party has candidates in a primary race, that winner will continue on to run unopposed in the general election. [4] Uncontested primary candidates are not included on the primary ballot but instead automatically advance to the general election. [2] [5]

General election

The general election is held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November. [2]

Retention election

At the expiration of their term, judges may run for retention . Judges seeking retention are required to file a declaration of candidacy to succeed themselves with the secretary of state at least six months prior to the general election. The names of judges seeking retention are then given to voters on a special judicial ballot—without party designation and without an opposing candidate—featuring the sole question of whether he or she should be retained for another term in office. [6] Retention elections are held along with the general elections in the specific district or circuit where the judge is seeking retention. To be retained, judges must receive three-fifths of the vote. [7]

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  • ↑ 1.0 1.1 Twelfth Judicial Circuit Court , "12TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT JUDGES," accessed July 13, 2022
  • ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Illinois State Board of Elections , "Voting on Election Day," accessed January 25, 2016
  • ↑ Board of Election Commissioners for the City of Chicago , "2014 Primary: Frequently Asked Questions," accessed March 12, 2014
  • ↑ The News-Gazette , "John Roska: Judicial elections explained," March 9, 2014
  • ↑ The Chicago Tribune , "Unopposed Candidates Find Waiting The Primary Concern," February 3, 1992, accessed March 7, 2014
  • ↑ The Illinois Courts , "About the Courts in Illinois," accessed March 10, 2014
  • ↑ Illinois Constitution , Article VI, Section 12 (d)
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ILLINOIS FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER

Pursuant to the authority granted to the Chief Judge by Article VI, Section 7(c) of the Constitution of the State of Illinois, the Judicial assignments in the Fourth Judicial Circuit for the period from January 1, 2024, until further order of the Chief Judge, are as follows:

CHRISTIAN COUNTY

JUDGE BRADLEY PAISLEY All criminal and traffic matters; and Problem Solving Court.

JUDGE CHRISTOPHER HANTLA All civil and juvenile matters.

CLAY COUNTY

JUDGE JOEL POWLESS All matters (Monday, Wednesday & Friday).

CLINTON COUNTY

JUDGE DOUGLAS GRUENKE All matters (Monday, Wednesday & Friday).

JUDGE STANLEY BRANDMEYER All matters (Tuesday); all matters not assigned to Judge Sanders (Thursday).

JUDGE ERICKA SANDERS All juvenile matters; and Problem Solving Court (Thursday afternoon).

EFFINGHAM COUNTY

JUDGE J. MARC KELLY All criminal, traffic and juvenile matters (Monday through Thursday).

JUDGE JEFFREY DELONG All civil matters (Monday through Friday); and all bond and compliance hearings (Friday).

JUDGE ERICKA SANDERS Problem Solving Court (Friday).

FAYETTE COUNTY

JUDGE ALLAN LOLIE All criminal and traffic matters; and Problem Solving Court.

JUDGE JOSHUA MORRISON All civil matters (Monday through Wednesday).

JUDGE MARTIN SIEMER All civil and juvenile matters (Thursday).

JASPER COUNTY

JUDGE KEVIN PARKER All matters (Tuesday & Thursday).

MARION COUNTY

JUDGE MARK STEDELIN All criminal and traffic matters; and Problem Solving Court.

JUDGE DOUGLAS JARMAN All civil matters.

JUDGE ERICKA SANDERS All juvenile matters (Monday and Wednesday).

MONTGOMERY COUNTY

JUDGE CHRISTOPHER MATOUSH All criminal and traffic matters; and Problem Solving Court.

JUDGE NATHAN FRISCH All civil and juvenile matters.

SHELBY COUNTY

JUDGE BRYAN KIBLER All matters (Monday through Thursday).

JUDGE CHAD MILLER All matters; and Problem Solving Court (Friday).

ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENTS

1)         Circuit Judge Amanda Ade-Harlow, Circuit Judge Stanley Brandmeyer (Monday, Wednesday, Friday), Circuit Judge Bryan Kibler (Friday), Circuit Judge Chad Miller (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday), Circuit Judge Joshua Morrison (Thursday, Friday), Circuit Judge Kevin Parker (Monday, Wednesday, Friday), Circuit Judge Joel Powless (Tuesday, Thursday), Circuit Judge Martin Siemer (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday), Associate Judge  Douglas Gruenke (Tuesday, Thursday), Associate Judge J. Marc Kelly (Friday), and Associate Judge Ericka Sanders (Tuesday) will be assigned by the Chief Judge’s Office. All other Circuit and Associate Judges will be subject to special assignment as ordered by the Chief Judge’s Office.

2)        The Chief Judge’s Office will make a Judge available to cover any Judge’s assignment when that Judge is on vacation.

3)         The Chief Judge’s Office will make a Judge available to cover daily calls when a Judge is conducting a jury trial, except for Christian County, which will be scheduled for one-daily judge settings during civil jury trial weeks (five per year); Fayette County, which will be scheduled for one-daily judge settings during all jury trial weeks; and Montgomery County, which will be scheduled for one-daily judge settings during civil jury trial weeks.

4)         No Judge will be available to cover in the event a Judge goes to a seminar. In such instances, the Judge shall clear his or her calendar for that particular day or days.  If a Judge takes any committee or teaching assignments or any other job related activity, they must first obtain approval for coverage from the Chief Judge’s Office before accepting the position.

5)         A Judge who has a conflict with a particular case assigned to him or her pursuant to this Administrative Order shall make arrangements with another Judge assigned to hear matters in the county in question to hear the conflict case. The Judge with the conflict shall hear the other Judge’s cases while that Judge hears the conflict case. If there are no other Judges assigned to the county in question who can hear the conflict case, the Chief Judge’s Office shall be contacted for the issuance of an Assignment Order assigning a Judge from outside the county in question to hear the conflict case.

6)         If a Judge not regularly assigned in a particular county is specially assigned to hear a conflict case in that county, the Judge who had the initial conflict shall make himself or herself available for assignment by the Chief Judge’s Office during the time the conflict case is being heard.

7)         All Judges, and the reporters assigned to them, shall promptly notify the Chief Judge’s Office of their availability for special assignment whenever their daily or trial matters are continued, settled or otherwise delayed.

8)         The Judge hearing criminal jury trials in each county will be responsible for impaneling the Grand Jury and Grand Jury proceedings. The Judge hearing daily criminal matters is designated to hear all criminal expungement proceedings.

9)        No cases shall be set that will run past the hour of 11:00 a.m. on  Friday, January 12, 2024; Friday, April 5, 2024; Friday, July 12, 2024; and Friday, October 11, 2024, so that all Judges may attend a regularly scheduled judges’ meeting on those dates .  

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    Court Operations > Judicial Assignments . Case Look Up. Law Library. Court Forms. Resources. I Want To... Legal Self-Help. Documents. 2019 Judicial Assignments 2018 Assignment Order ... Will County Courthouse Court Disability Coordinator 100 W. Jefferson Street

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    The Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court is responsible for maintaining a record of all traffic, civil, and criminal cases filed and heard in Will County. On a daily basis, the office interacts with the public and attorneys performing several functions including the collection and disbursement of traffic fines, civil fees and child support.

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    The 12th Judicial Circuit prohibits all weapons, outside food and drink and all recording devices from courthouses. As of February 28, 2022 cell phones are now allowed in the Will County Courthouse. Firearms are not permitted in any Circuit Court building pursuant to 430 ILCS 66/65(a)(4).

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    If you require the services of a private attorney, please contact the Will County Bar Association. For general inquiries such as Interpeter requests, ADA requests or fee waivers, please visit the Office of the Chief Judge, 14 W. Jefferson Street, Room 439, Joliet, IL 60432 or call 815.727.8540. Thank you.

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    FILE - The exterior of the Pennsylvania Judicial Center, home to the Commonwealth Court in Harrisburg, Pa., Feb. 21, 2023. A weekend cyberattack on the website of Pennsylvania's state courts agency disabled some online systems but did not appear to compromise any data and didn't stop the courts from opening Monday, Feb. 5, 2024, officials said.

  21. PDF Civil and Family Law Judicial Assignment Changes at The Chatsworth

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  23. 2019 Judicial Assignment Order

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  24. Nash County

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  25. The Will County Circuit Court Clerk

    The Circuit Clerk is a non-judicial office of the Judicial Branch of Illinois state government. The Clerk of the Circuit Court files all cases and maintains official records of all cases that come before the Will County court system. The Circuit Clerk's office also receives and holds in trust monies to be disbursed on order of the court.

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  27. eCourt Online Portal

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  28. Court of Appeals Decisions

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