Illinois

Effective Date: 1971
State:
Illinois
Court Type: Appellate
Implementing Authority: Illinois Supreme Court Rules 301 - 384
Status: Voluntary
Time Standards: Illinois Supreme Court Rules 301 through 384 detail the time frames for appeals from different types of disposition as well as briefing schedules.  This series of rules has been in effect since 1971 and each has been amended several times since then.  These rules are mandatory.
  Rule 218 - Pretrial Procedure: Initial Case Management Conference
Illinois General Assembly Compiled Statutes - Right to a Speedy Trial
Supreme Court Order on Time Limitations in Child Custody Hearings
Mandatory Expedited Cases in Appeals on Child Custody

Effective Date: 01/01/1996; amended thereafter
State:
Illinois
Court Type: Trial
Case Type: Civil
Implementing Authority: Illinois Supreme Court Rule 218
Status: Voluntary
Time Standards:

Pretrial Procedure:
(parties are at issue until initial case management conference)
100% within 35 days

(filing of complaint until initial case management conference)
100% within 182 days

 

Effective Date: 01/01/1964; amended thereafter
State:
Illinois
Court Type: Trial
Case Type: Criminal
Implementing Authority: Illinois Compiled Statutes, 725 ILCS 5-103/5
Status: Voluntary
Time Standards: General Offense:
(date of detention to trial)
100% within 120 days

General Offense and Released on Bail or Recognizance:
(date of filing to trial)
100% within 160 days
 

Effective Date: 7/1/2006
State:
Illinois
Court Type: Trial
Case Type: Juvenile
Implementing Authority: Illinois Supreme Court Rule 922
Status: Voluntary
Time Standards: Child Custody:
(filing to end of trial)
100% within 18 months
 

Monitoring Information: Illinois has not implemented measures to monitor compliance with its time standards.
Notes:

None.