COVID-19 and Other Standing Orders

The Illinois Judicial Branch continues to monitor the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Please refer back to this page as it will be updated with new information as it becomes available.

Aministrative Office of the Illinois Courts COVID-19 Information and Updates

First Judicial Circuit

IN THE MATTER OF COURT OPERATIONS IN THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PURSUANT TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Administrative Order 2020-5-21 Pursuant to Illinois Courts Response to COVID-19 Emergency

Administrative Order 2020-4-27 Pursuant to COVID-19 Pandemic/Impact on Trials (amended)

Administrative Order 2020-4-6  Pursuant to COVID-19 Pandemic/Impact on Trials (amended)

Administrative Order 2020-4-1  Court Operations Pursuant to COVID-19 Pandemic

Administrative Order 2020-3-23  Pursuant to COVID-19 Pandemic/Impact on Trials

Administrative Order 2020-3-18  Pursuant to COVID-19

Jackson County

Jackson Administrative Order - Remote and Limited In-Person Hearings -  November 2020

Administrative Order Authorizing Remote Proceedings

Saline County

Standing Order for Remote Hearings in Civil Cases (Judge Lambert)

Zoom Meeting Information - updated December 3, 2020  (Judge Lambert)

Union County

Standing Order for Juvenile, Family Case or Other Assigned Cases - updated November 19, 2020  (Judge Gott)

Williamson County

Standing Order for Remote Hearings for Judge Gill's Cases (7-27-2022)

Second Amended Standing Order for Remote Hearings in Probate, Chancery, Divorce, and Family Cases (Judge Sanders)

Joint Standing Order - Assigns all Family & Dissolution Cases to Judge John Sanders, Judge Carey Gill sua sponte retains stated cases  (Judge Sanders, Judge Gill) 7-27-2022

Standing Order for Jury Trials Assigned to Judge Goffinet  Effective 11-1-2022 (Judge Goffinet)