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We know how daunting and unpredictable Cook County criminal record searches can be. We’ve been providing Cook County criminal records to clients for over 15 years! Our team of skilled public record researchers can provide you with felony and misdemeanor information on most cases in just 48 hours or less.¬†Our experienced researches and ongoing training assure you of getting the most accurate results and fast! Averaging just two business days, even for hits. We offer results through our integrations with Digital Delve and Tazworks, providing you with streamlined results with just the data you want. Best of all, we do it all for a surprisingly low per-search fee. Contact us today and we’ll get you a quote based on your required parameters.

Two Minute History!

The Cook County Court system is one of the largest court systems in the United States with over 1.2 million cases filed each year. The Cook County Court system has its roots in the early years of the county’s history. Initially, the county had a number of separate courts that were responsible for different types of cases. However, as the county grew and its population increased, it became clear that a more centralized court system was needed to ensure that justice was served fairly and1835 Chicago Courthouse efficiently. In 1964, the Illinois State Legislature passed the Judicial Article of the Constitution, which consolidated the various courts in Cook County into a single court system. This new court system, known as the Circuit Court of Cook County, was established to handle all civil and criminal cases in the county. Today, the Circuit Court of Cook County is divided into several different divisions, each of which handles different types of cases. The divisions include the Chancery Division, which handles cases involving equity and domestic relations, the Criminal Division, which handles criminal cases, the Domestic Relations Division, which handles cases involving divorce and child custody, and the Law Division, which handles civil cases. The Cook County Court system has several locations throughout the county, with the Daley Center in downtown Chicago serving as the main courthouse. Other locations include the Markham Courthouse, the Skokie Courthouse, and the Rolling Meadows Courthouse, among others.

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