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In this article we will explain appeals to the Illinois Supreme Court. Let’s start by explaining the structure of the Illinois court system.
In this article we will explain the Illinois appeals process. We will discuss what types of orders can be appealed, deadlines for filing appeals, how the appeal filing process works, what happens in an appeal once the case is filed, what actions the appeals court may order, and what your options are if you lose on appeal. Let’s start with a quick overview of the Illinois appeals system.
How does the Illinois Appeals Process Work?
In Illinois, cases are initially filed and heard in the county circuit courts. These are also known as “trial courts” because the circuit courts are the level on which each side presents evidence and jury and bench trials are held in order to make findings of fact.