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Twenty-first Judicial Circuit Courts - Kankakee & Iroquois Counties

  Agency Contact Information:
Address: Kankakee County Courthouse
450 East Court Street
Kankakee, IL 60901
Phone: 815.937.2915
Fax: 815.937.3903
Email: courts@k3county.net
Website: http://k3county.net/21stJudicial/
  Agency Contact Information:
Address: Iroquois County Courthouse
550 South Tenth
Watseka, IL 60970
Phone: 815.432.6950
Fax: 815.432.6953
Contact Person:

Honorable Michael Kick - Circuit Judge
Phone: 815.937.2915

Contact Person:

Honorable Bill Dickensen - Associate Judge

Contact Person:

Honorable Clark Erickson - Circuit Judge
Phone: 815-936.5705

Contact Person:

Honorable J. Imani Drew - Associate Judge
Phone: 815-936.5738

Contact Person:

Honorable Susan Tungate - Circuit Judge
Phone: 815-936.5730

Contact Person:

Honorable Kathy Bradshaw-Elliott - Circuit Judge
Phone: 815-936.5706

Contact Person:

Honorable Adrienne Albrecht - Circuit Judge
Phone: 815-936.5710

Contact Person:

Honorable Ronald Gerts - Associate Judge
Phone: 815-936.5740

  Service Profile:
Service/program name: Kankakee County Circuit Courts
Description: The 21st Judicial Circuit Court of Iroquois and Kankakee Counties (42 Kb), Illinois has general duties provided by statute and makes up part of the Illinois Court System. The State of Illinois is divided into 22 judicial circuits. The 21st Judicial Circuit includes Iroquois County and Kankakee County. Each circuit is a unified court system in which all trial courts are consolidated under a chief judge. The chief judge has centralized administrative authority to coordinate and supervise the functions of the court.

Trial Proceedings: Most trials have 5 stages: Stage 1 - Jury Selection, Stage 2 - Opening Statements, Stage 3 - Presentation of Evidence, Stage 4 - Closing Arguments, Stage 5 - Jury Deliberations.
Phone: 815.937.2915

Service/program name: Iroquois County Circuit Courts
Description: The 21st Judicial Circuit Court of Iroquois and Kankakee Counties (42 Kb), Illinois has general duties provided by statute and makes up part of the Illinois Court System. The State of Illinois is divided into 22 judicial circuits. The 21st Judicial Circuit includes Iroquois County and Kankakee County. Each circuit is a unified court system in which all trial courts are consolidated under a chief judge. The chief judge has centralized administrative authority to coordinate and supervise the functions of the court.

Trial Proceedings: Most trials have 5 stages: Stage 1 - Jury Selection, Stage 2 - Opening Statements, Stage 3 - Presentation of Evidence, Stage 4 - Closing Arguments, Stage 5 - Jury Deliberations.
Phone: 815.432.6965
  General Information:
Description: The 21st Judicial Circuit includes Iroquois and Kankakee counties. Each circuit is a unified court system in which all trial courts are consolidated under a chief judge.

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