Courts - 22nd Judicial Circuit
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There are 24 judicial circuits in the state of Illinois in addition to 5 appellate court districts and the Illinois Supreme Court. The 22nd Judicial Circuit is comprised solely of the County of McHenry and is overseen by the Honorable Michael J. Sullivan, Chief Circuit Judge.

The following agencies are directly related to the 22nd Judicial Circuit:

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Got Questions?

Answers to many court related questions can be found by researching using the links above, but here are some of the most common ones:

How do I find information on a specific case? (Circuit Clerk)

How do I pay a traffic ticket or other fine online? (Circuit Clerk)

How do I file civil documents electronically? (Circuit Clerk)

Where can I download various court forms? (Circuit Clerk)

How do I request electronic copies of filed forms? (Circuit Clerk)

How do I obtain an Order of Protection? (Circuit Clerk)

Can I change my court date? (Circuit Clerk)

I was the victim/witness of a violent crime. Where can I find more information on what happens next? (State's Attorney)

Can I drop the charges? (State's Attorney)

Does the county have a drug court? (Office of Special Projects)

Does the county have a mental health court? (Office of Special Projects)

Does the county have a domestic violence court? (Office of Special Projects)

Does the county have a First Offender Program? (State's Attorney)

Where can I find info about wedding/civil ceremonies? (Court Administration)

Where are you located? (Maps & Building Info)