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  PART 19.00  Warrants


19.01 GEOGRAPHIC LIMITATIONS ON THE SERVICE OF WARRANTS - WINNEBAGO COUNTY

Pursuant to 725 ILCS 5/107-9(d)(8), unless otherwise ordered by the judge issuing the warrant, the following geographical limitations will apply to all warrants, bench warrants or body attachments issued in Winnebago County.

Warrants for felony cases  - No Limitations

The following geographical limits shall apply to all misdemeanor warrants or bench warrants or body attachments unless otherwise ordered by the judge issuing the warrant or body attachment:

Misdemeanor warrants for Domestic Battery, Violation of Order of Protection and Driving Under the Influence of Liquor - This warrant may be served anywhere in the State of Illinois;

Misdemeanor warrants requiring $150.00 or less to be posted - This warrant is only to be served in Winnebago and Boone Counties;

Misdemeanor warrants requiring 151.00 to $499.99 to be posted - This warrant is only to be served in Winnebago, Stephenson, Ogle, DeKalb, Boone, Lee and McHenry Counties;

Misdemeanor warrants requiring $500.00 to 999.99 to be posted - This warrant is only to be served in Illinois from Interstate Highway 80 and north;

Misdemeanor warrants requiring $1000.00 or more to be posted - This warrant may be served anywhere in the State of Illinois;

Body attachments or bench warrants with L, LM, AR and SC case numbers - This warrant is to be served only in Winnebago and Boone Counties;

Body attachments or bench warrants with F, D, J, JA and JD case numbers or for non-support - This warrant may be served anywhere in the State of Illinois;

The bail amounts set forth in this order are based on the amount of cash money needed to be posted after applying the ten percent (10%) bond provisions of 725 ILCS 5/110-4, if applicable.

(Amended 1/21/2011) 

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19.02 GEOGRAPHIC LIMITATIONS ON THE SERVICE OF WARRANTS - BOONE COUNTY

Pursuant to 725 ILCS 5/107-d(8), unless otherwise ordered by the judge issuing the warrant, the following geographical limitations will apply to all warrants, bench warrants or body attachments issued in Boone County and shall have the following geographical limits stated on the warrant or body attachment.  If the warrant does not specify written limits, the sheriff when entering the warrants in LEADS shall note these limitations:

Warrants for felony cases  - No Limitations

The following geographical limits shall apply to all misdemeanor warrants or bench warrants or body attachments unless otherwise ordered by the judge issuing the warrant or body attachment:

Misdemeanor warrants for Domestic Battery, Violation of Order of Protection and Driving Under the Influence of Liquor - This warrant may be served anywhere in the State of Illinois;

Misdemeanor warrants requiring $499.99 or less to be posted - This warrant is only to be served in Winnebago, Stephenson, Ogle, DeKalb, Boone, Lee, Kane and McHenry Counties;

Misdemeanor warrants requiring $500.00 to 999.99 to be posted - This warrant is only to be served in Illinois from Interstate Highway 80 and north;

Misdemeanor warrants requiring $1000.00 or more to be posted - This warrant may be served anywhere in the State of Illinois;

Body attachments or bench warrants with L, LM, AR and SC case numbers - This warrant is to be served only in Winnebago and Boone Counties;

Body attachments or bench warrants with F, D, J, JA and JD case numbers or for non-support - This warrant may be served anywhere in the State of Illinois;

The bail amounts set forth in this order are based on the amount of cash money needed to be posted after applying the ten percent (10%) bond provisions of 725 ILCS 5/110-4, if applicable.

(Amended 1/21/2011) 

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19.03 TIME LIMITATIONS ON CIVIL WARRANTS

Any warrant or body attachment that resulted from a civil case and has not been served within one (1) year from the date the warrant was issued shall be vacated, unless the warrant bears a longer expiration date specified by the issuing judge.  Annually, the Winnebago and Boone County Sheriff’s Departments shall identify all civil warrants to which this rule will apply and present an Order to the Chief Judge for approval.  Any other order or judgment previously entered in the case shall remain in effect.  Subsequently, any party to a case may pursue any post-trial proceedings legally available.

(Amended 10/3/2016) 

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