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Rock Island County Circuit Court
Rock Island County Courthouse
210 15th Street
Phone: 309-558-3313 (General Division)
Phone: 309-558-3538 (Small Claims, Probate))
Phone: 309-558-3340 (Traffic)
Phone: 309-558-3536 (Child Support)
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Resources for the Rock Island County Circuit Court as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in Rock Island County, Illinois, and resources applicable to all courts in Illinois.
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Illinois Circuit Court Case Records
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Rock Island County Circuit Court Programs and Services
View information about adult and juvenile court programs and services in Rock Island County Circuit Court, including the Domestic Batterers Program, Drug Court, Mental Health Court, DUI Supervision, probation, and community service.
Rock Island County Circuit Court Small Claims
View information about small claims cases in Rock Island County Circuit Court, including definitions of terms and a description of the procedure. A link to answers to frequently asked questions is on the left side of the page.
Rock Island County Criminal Procedure and Victim Information
The Rock Island County State's Attorney's Office offers information and answers to frequently asked questions about the criminal justice process, and services for victims of crime including Orders of Protection. Links are on the left side of the page.
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit Arbitration
View information about the mandatory civil arbitration program in Henry, Mercer, Rock Island, and Whiteside Counties, which can help parties resolve disputes without going to trial.
Illinois Child Support
Illinois Division of Child Support Services offers information about available services and procedures, custodial and non-custodial parents, and paternity; application forms and instructions; payment procedures including ways to pay online and view payment history; access to case information; answers to frequently asked questions; and contact information for regional offices.
Illinois Court Rules
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Illinois Crime Victim Help
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Illinois Domestic Violence Help
The Illinois Attorney General's Office offers information about services available for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. A searchable directory of services by program and county is included. Information about orders of protection and services for crime victims is also provided.
Illinois Domestic Violence Resources
The Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence offers links to services for victims of domestic violence, including local resources by county.
Illinois Record Expungement and Sealing
View information about expungement and sealing of criminal records in Illinois for adults and juveniles, with links to a downloadable guide, forms, instructions, and additional online resources.
Illinois Self-Help Legal Centers
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Illinois Electronic Filing
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Illinois Supreme Court Law Library
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Rock Island County Public Defender
View information on the Rock Island County Public Defender office, which provides free criminal defense services to indigent defendants, and in some juvenile and mental health commitment cases. A link to additional legal resources is provided.
Northern Illinois Free Civil Legal Help
Prairie State Legal Services provides free civil legal services to low-income persons and senior citizens in 36 counties in northern Illinois. Office locations, types of cases and services, eligibility criteria, a grievance procedure, housing publications, and links to additional online resources are included.
Illinois Consumer Protection
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Illinois Public Defenders
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Complaints Against Illinois Attorneys
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Complaints Against Illinois Judges
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Free Illinois Legal Answers
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Illinois Attorney Discipline Records
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Illinois Free and Low-Cost Legal Assistance
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