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Supreme Court of Illinois

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Illinois Supreme Court
Seal of the Supreme Court of Illinois.png
Seal of the Supreme Court of Illinois
Established1818 (1818)[1]
LocationSpringfield, Illinois
Coordinates39°47′53″N 89°39′10″W / 39.797928°N 89.652724°W / 39.797928; -89.652724
MottoLatin: Audi Alteram Partem
Hear the other side
Composition methodPartisan election
Authorized byIllinois Constitution
Appeals toSupreme Court of the United States
Judge term length10 years
Number of positions7
WebsiteOfficial website
Chief Justice
CurrentlyAnne M. Burke
SinceOctober 25, 2019 (2019-10-25)

The Supreme Court of Illinois is the state supreme court, the highest court of the State of Illinois. The court's authority is granted in Article VI of the current Illinois Constitution, which provides for seven justices elected from the five appellate judicial districts of the state: three justices from the First District (Cook County) and one from each of the other four districts. Each justice is elected for a term of ten years[2] and the chief justice is elected by the court from its members for a three-year term.

Jurisdiction

The court has limited original jurisdiction and has final appellate jurisdiction. It has mandatory jurisdiction in capital cases and cases where the constitutionality of laws has been called into question, and discretionary jurisdiction from the Illinois Appellate Court. Along with the state legislature, the court promulgates rules for all state courts. Also, its members have the authority to elevate trial judges to the appellate court on a temporary basis.[3] The court administers professional discipline through the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Committee and it governs initial licensing through the Illinois Board of Admissions to the Bar.

The official reporter of the Illinois Supreme Court is Illinois Reports.

Districts

The Illinois Supreme Court is separated into 5 districts, with one Justice elected from each except the 1st, which elects three Justices. They are separated by county lines, as follows.

1st District

2nd District

3rd District

4th District

5th District

Justices

Illinois Supreme Court, Springfield, Illinois
Illinois Supreme Court, Springfield, Illinois

While the justices of many states' supreme courts are expected to relocate to the state capital for the duration of their terms of office, the justices of the Illinois Supreme Court continue to reside in their home districts and have chambers in their respective appellate districts (for example, the three First District justices are chambered in the Michael Bilandic Building in Chicago). The justices travel to Springfield to hear oral arguments and deliberate. Accordingly, the Illinois Supreme Courthouse includes temporary apartments for the justices' use while in Springfield.

Current Justices

Name Party Joined Term Ends District Law school attended
Anne M. Burke (Chief Justice) Democratic 2006 2028 1st Chicago-Kent College of Law
Mary Jane Theis Democratic 2010 2022 1st University of San Francisco
P. Scott Neville Jr. Democratic 2018 2020 1st Washington University School of Law
Michael J. Burke Republican 2020 2022 2nd UIC John Marshall Law School
Thomas L. Kilbride Democratic 2000 2020 3rd Antioch School of Law
Rita B. Garman Republican 2001 2022 4th University of Iowa College of Law
Lloyd A. Karmeier[4] Republican 2004[5] 2024 5th University of Illinois College of Law

Previous Justices

2000–present

1900–1999

1818–1899

See also

References

  1. ^ "Judicial System". www.illinoiscourts.gov. Retrieved 2018-12-22.
  2. ^ "Courts in Illinois". Illinois Supreme Court.
  3. ^ Appellate Court Act (705 ILCS25/1(d)). Retrieved 2010-04-07.
  4. ^ Anzel, Rebecca (April 19, 2020). "State's highest court rules on case heard in Godfrey". The Telegraph. Retrieved May 3, 2020.
  5. ^ Adrian, Matt (December 7, 2000). "Karmeier Takes Oath, Raises Concerns". The Southern Illinoisan. Retrieved June 17, 2019.

Bibliography

  • List of Supreme Court Justices from Supreme Court's website
  • Scammon, J. Young (1841). Illinois Reports v. 1 (2 ed.). Chicago: Gale & Burley.
  • Gilman, Charles; Russell H. Curtis (1886). Illinois Reports v. 10. Chicago: Callaghan & Co.
  • Peck, E. (1856). Illinois Reports v. 16. Chicago: D. B. Cooke & Co.
  • Peck, E. (1869). Illinois Reports v. 16 (2 ed.). St. Louis: W. J. Gilbert.
  • Peck, E. (1858). Illinois Reports v. 19. Chicago: D. B. Cooke & Co.
  • Ewell, Marshall D. Illinois Reports v. 33.
  • Freeman, Norman L. (1866). Illinois Reports v. 44. Callaghan & Co.

External links

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