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Judicial Advisory Council - RG 621 | Illinois State Archives

Name: Judicial Advisory Council - RG 621
Sources: The Judicial Advisory Council was established by the General Assembly in 1957 to make a continuing study of the justice system and offer suggestions for its improvement through legislation. Specifically it was to examine judicial organization, criminal law, criminal procedure, civil procedure, and the apprehension, prosecution, and penal treatment of offenders. It was to report biennially to the General Assembly. It was composed of three House members appointed by the Speaker, three Senate members appointed by the president pro tempore, and three members appointed by the Governor. All nine members were to be members of the bar (L. 1957, pp. 2317-2319). The council was abolished by the Legislative Commission Reorganization Act of 1984 (P.A. 83-1257, p. 1175).





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