The Kane County Courthouses are now re-open to some in-person hearings (cases)
Persons vaccinated against COVID-19 and are two weeks past their final vaccine injection may enter Kane County court facilities without social distancing and do not need to wear a facemask. Individuals who have not been vaccinated must still maintain six feet social distancing. General Order 21-12
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this pandemic has started, we have been hard at work utilizing both new and existing technology to adapt to evolving information and move the judicial system forward in this new reality. The Judicial system's greatest roles are providing a forum for the fair resolution of disputes, and protecting the rights of children, victims, and the accused. Even during the pandemic, our courtrooms have remained open for all emergency matters to protect the safety of our communities. Additionally, behind the scenes, our judges have been hard at work training to use new software, formulating innovative court procedures, and holding remote conferences and hearings.
For up to date information on changes related to COVID-19, please see our Coronavirus (COVID-19) information box above, or look for updates on our new Facebook Page,
16th Circuit Courts Coronavirus Information.
Clint Hull, Chief Judge / 630-232-3440
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