Monday’s court appearances for jail detainees to be continued, except for Leighton Court Building
Released on 1/6/2014 12:19:46 AM


CHICAGO, IL January 5, 2014: The Circuit Court of Cook County will be open for business tomorrow, Monday, January 6, 2014, as usual. However, due to expected extreme weather conditions, detainees held in the Cook County Jail will not be transported to their scheduled court appearances tomorrow, January 6, 2014, in all Circuit Court of Cook County court facilities except for the Leighton Criminal Court Building at 2600 S. California Avenue in Chicago. The decision was reached by court officials in response to the Cook County Sheriff’s request to not have to transport jail detainees because his office believed it would be too imprudent and dangerous in the extreme weather.

 

As a result, the court appearances for the detainees will be continued to a later date by order of Circuit Court of Cook County Chief Judge Timothy C. Evans.        

               

The court facilities not receiving jail detainees tomorrow are as follows:

                                Second Municipal District, Skokie, (847)470-7200

                                Third Municipal District, Rolling Meadows, (847)818-2286

                                Fourth Municipal District, Maywood (708)865-6060

                                Fifth Municipal District, Bridgeview (708)974-6288

                                Sixth Municipal District, Markham (708)232-4170

                                Domestic Violence Court, Chicago, (312)325-9000

                                5555 W. Grand Avenue, Chicago, (312)603-6132

                                2542 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago, (312)603-6132

                                727 W. 111th St., Chicago, (312)603-6132

                                155 W. 51st St., (312)603-6132

                                3150 W. Flournoy, (312)603-6132

 

Families and friends of detainees in custody can click here for information on continued court dates or contact the offices of the presiding judges in the above facilities.