92nd General Assembly
Status of HB2485
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   55 ILCS 5/3-6019          from Ch. 34, par. 3-6019                          
   720 ILCS 5/32-10          from Ch. 38, par. 32-10                           
   725 ILCS 5/107-9          from Ch. 38, par. 107-9                           
   725 ILCS 5/110-7          from Ch. 38, par. 110-7                           

        Amends the Counties Code. Requires the clerk of the court issuing      
   an arrest warrant to transmit the warrant to the sheriff on  the  same      
   day  on  which  the judge issues the warrant.  Requires the sheriff to      
   enter all felony and Class A and B misdeameanor  warrants  into  LEADS      
   within  5  days  after  receiving  the  warrant.   Allows a sheriff to      
   delegate responsibility for receiving  arrest  warrants,  serving  and      
   executing  warrants,  and  entering warrants into LEADS to another law      
   enforcement  agency  or  the   clerk   of   the   court   through   an      
   intergovernmental  agreement.   Requires  each  county  to establish a      
   Fugitive Expenditure Fund.  Requires certain moneys received from  the      
   clerk  of the court under the Code of Criminal Procedure of 1963 to be      
   deposited into the Fund. Requires moneys in the Fund to  be  used  for      
   the  payment  of  the  sheriff's  costs  relating  to the execution of      
   warrants.  Amends the Criminal Code of 1961. Increases  the  penalties      
   for  certain  bail  bond  violations.  Amends  the  Code  of  Criminal      
   Procedure  of  1963. Provides that an arrest warrant may not be issued      
   unless there is sufficient identifying information to distinguish  the      
   person   who  is  the  subject  of  the  warrant  from  other  similar      
   individuals.  Requires certain warrants to be signed  by  the  State's      
   Attorney  and  the judge issuing the warrant.  Provides that the clerk      
   shall return 80% of a bail bond to the defendant and transfer  10%  to      
   the county's Fugitive Expenditure Fund.  Provides that certain changes      
   made by this Act do not apply to Cook County.  Effective immediately.       
          FISCAL NOTE (Illinois State Police)                                  
          If HB 2485 were to become law, there would be no fiscal impact       
          to the Illinois State Police.                                        
          CORRECTIONS NOTE (Department of Corrections)                         
          There are no data to objectively estimate the impact of this         
          legislation, but it is expected to be minimal. Each person           
          sentenced to a Class 4 felony would serve seven months in pri-       
          son at a cost of $11,400, and any Class 3 admission would serve      
          twelve months in prison at a cost of $19,543.  Each admission        
          would require the construction of one additional prison bed at       
          a cost of $43,864.                                                   
   FEB-23-2001  H  FILED WITH CLERK                                               
   FEB-23-2001  H  FIRST READING                                                  
   FEB-23-2001  H  REFERRED TO HOUSE RULES COMMITTEE        RULES                 
   FEB-27-2001  H       ASSIGNED TO COMMITTEE               JUD-CRIMINAL          
   MAR-06-2001  H                         FISCAL NOTE FILED                       
   MAR-06-2001  H                   COMMITTEE               JUD-CRIMINAL          
   MAR-15-2001  H  CORRECTIONAL NOTE FILED                                        
   MAR-15-2001  H                   COMMITTEE               JUD-CRIMINAL          
   MAR-16-2001  H  RE-REFERRED TO RULES COMM/RULE 19(A)     RULES         HRUL    
   JAN-07-2003  H  SESSION SINE DIE                                               


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