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Posted on: October 30, 2018

Illinois Supreme Court appoints Peoria County Director of Probation and Court Services

Chief Circuit Judge Paul P. Gilfillan is pleased to announce that on October 25, 2018, the Illinois Supreme Court announced that they have appointed Daniel Hunt, Peoria County Director of Probation and Court Services, as a member of the Judicial Conference of Illinois, pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 41(b), for a term expiring October 1, 2021.  

The Judicial Conference is charged specifically with the development, implementation and management of the first-ever long term statewide Strategic Agenda for the Illinois Courts. Chief Justice Lloyd A. Karmeier will chair a select group of 29 judicial branch stakeholders, 15 judges and 14 non-judges, comprising this new Judicial Conference strategic planning body.  The judicial members include a second member of the Supreme Court, as well as judges from all levels and geographic areas of the state appointed either by nature of their position or individually selected by the Supreme Court.  The Judicial Conference non-judicial members include the Court’s Administrative Director and 13 other justice partners selected by the Court from the following categories: court clerks, court administrators, attorneys and public members.  

On behalf of all members of the Tenth Judicial Circuit, I commend Dan on this appointment.

Paul P. Gilfillan, Chief Judge
Tenth Judicial Circuit


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