GENERAL ORDER NO. 18.2 - Court Facilities


A. Municipal District One

Upon declaration of the Chief Judge or the Chief Judge's designee of a multiple arrest within the corporate limits of the City of Chicago, court facilities of Municipal District One shall be made available at 2600 S. California Avenue, Chicago, for the purpose of accepting the filings of complaints and for the setting of bail.

B. Municipal Districts Two through Six

Upon declaration of the Chief Judge or the Chief Judge's designee of a multiple arrest within the territorial limits of any Municipal District of the Circuit Court of Cook County outside the corporate limits of the City of Chicago, court facilities of the Municipal District wherein the arrest occurred shall be made available at a place designated by the Presiding Judge of that District for the purpose of accepting the filings of complaints and for the setting of bail.

C. Juvenile Justice Division

(i) Municipal District One

When juveniles are included in a multiple arrest within the territorial limits of the City of Chicago, court facilities shall be made available at the Juvenile Justice Division, 1100 S. Hamilton Avenue, Chicago, for the purpose of holding detention hearings as provided in the Juvenile Court Act of 1987 as amended.

(ii) Municipal Districts Two through Six

When juveniles are included in a multiple arrest within the territorial limits of any Municipal District outside of the corporate limits of the City of Chicago, court facilities of the Municipal District wherein the arrest occurred shall be made available to the Juvenile Justice Division at a place designated by the Presiding Judge of that Municipal District for the purpose of holding detention hearings as provided in the Juvenile Court Act of 1987 as amended.

[Amended, effective August 1, 1996.]