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For other Court positions, the minimum requirements will vary for education and experience but these positions do not require living in Illinois, being a U.S. Citizen, or being on the AOIC Certified list.All applicants are required to pass an extensive employment and criminal history background check along with a driving history check if required to drive by the job description. A medical physical with a urinalysis style drug screening is required after a conditional offer of employment.
You should be able to provide the clerk with the name of the case (abc vs. xyx) and the case number.
Here's a link to the Law Library
That depends on the length of the court call.
Contact the Juvenile Public Service Clerk at 847-377-7925.
Services consist of individual, family, and group therapy that includes Parenting, Anger Management, and Seeking Safety, psychological testing, and coordination of referrals for community services for individuals on probation.