Cook County courthouse closure plan not panning out
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 5 Apr 2012, p. 25


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Casey Toner, Author
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Four months after Cook County officials announced a plan to close all suburban courthouses on weekends, four out of the five remain open on Saturdays and Sundays. Since the announcement in December, only the Bridgeview courthouse has been closed on weekends. The plan called for local police to transport arrestees to the Criminal Courts Building at 26th and California Ave. in Chicago.
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5 Apr 2012
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English
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Cook County courthouse closure plan not panning out


Four months after Cook County officials announced a plan to close all suburban courthouses on weekends, four out of the five remain open on Saturdays and Sundays. Since the announcement in December, only the Bridgeview courthouse has been closed on weekends. The plan called for local police to transport arrestees to the Criminal Courts Building at 26th and California Ave. in Chicago.