Most all the information from their website is listed below to make knowing about this facility easy for you. I have noticed a coupe of flaws with this agency due to personal experience and upon further research that I will point out and share. If you have experienced any corruption from this agency, please file a complaint with my agency, so better make sure they are not corrupt in the future.
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Publications extended to all newly elected States Attorneys. This agency says they will continue to provide comprehensive legal services to assist them in their new duties and responsibilities.
Brain Disease is present among these employees, Specifically Kristen Miller, Anorexic. She is extremely psychotic, anorexic and mentally ill. She is a huge reason why I made this website because she is beyond unprofessional, obsessed with me and harasses me all the time after being unable to handle a case of mine her negligent Agency assigned her to handle. She is unable to and I found out after researching that their facility shows on their website how they do not discriminate against their workers having mental disorders. They are all crazy and hypocritical because it also says in their rules that workers are not to bring harassment to other employees there and that is all Ms. Miller had done when handling my case. She was so psychotic she would go into mental breakdowns, while starving herself and especially when the weather changed, and take it out on everyone, showing us just how unmedicated she is, and prompting me to motivate her to leave me alone and control herself, which is impossible because she has brain disease, by promising to make websites about her agencies corruption and investigate them all if her harassment of me continued which it did and is why she is harassing her co-workers. She is nuts, doesn't eat, and has brain disease so cant make sense even if she tried. She shouldn't be working at that agency. She is nothing but a psychopathic waste of space.
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Directors Office http://www.ilsaap.org/directors_office.htm Contact Information
State's Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor 725 South Second Street Springfield, Illinois 62704 Phone: (217) 782-1628 Fax: (217) 782-6305 TTY: (217) 558-1605
The Director's Office promulgates and implements the rules and regulations governing the administrative and legal functions of the District Offices. The Director's Office is responsible for all Agency administrative and managerial functions, legal policy and other extraordinary legal concerns, budgetary and legislative matters, and Agency publications.
The following personnel are employed in the Director's Office:
The Special Prosecution Unit of the Agency consists of experienced trial attorneys who assist in prosecuting criminal cases when requested to do so by and at the direction of the State's Attorney and solely prosecute criminal cases when duly appointed by a court having jurisdiction.
If a conflict of interest arises in a State's Attorneys office, and the State's Attorney wants an independent, detached review and prosecution by an outside person, or if special assistance is needed due to the complexity of a case, the Agency makes the services of the Special Prosecution Unit available.
The Unit has been particularly active in downstate Illinois, where personnel and financial resources are more limited than in the more populous counties. Trial assistance has been provided in numerous murder cases, cases dealing with official misconduct of public officials, as well as numerous other criminal and civil matters when the State's Attorney was unable to prosecute. During FY18, the Unit provided assistance to State's Attorneys in 1,041 cases in 96 counties.
The State's Attorneys have found the services of the Unit to be particularly helpful to them. Frequently, when the Unit is asked to assist, the cases involve complex issues and trial experience is an absolute necessity.
The Special Prosecution Unit has become a valuable resource to the State's Attorneys of Illinois. The combination of a unit of experienced trial prosecutors with legal and technical expertise and the Agency's appellate staff attorneys provides the trial courts with needed expert assistance in complex cases.
Obtaining Service from the Special Prosecution Unit t
In order to obtain a service from the Special Prosecution Unit, a REQUEST FORM is necessary first. This form must be completed by the State’s Attorney or an individual within your office authorized to complete the request.
Submit the REQUEST FORM via email, fax, or mail to the address listed below. Once approved by the Director, an Agency representative will contact you with further steps. Please indicate on the form in the boxes provided whether the appointment of a Special Prosecutor, special prosecution assistance, or a review by a Special Prosecutor is required in the matter. If the case or investigation requires a Special Prosecutor, an order appointing the Agency will be required. Cases or investigations requiring assistance or review do not require a court order.
If the case or investigation requires the appointment of a Special Prosecutor, you will be instructed lay an Agency representative to complete a MOTION FOR APPOINTMENT. Upon filing this Motion with the circuit clerk, complete the ORDER OF APPOINTMENT and obtain a judge’s signature. The Order contains necessary statutory language which is required for the appointment to be effective. A copy of these documents must also be sent to the address listed below.
PLEASE NOTE, IT IS NECESSARY TO SEND THE REQUEST FORM TO THE AGENCY PRIOR TO OBTAINING AN ORDER FOR APPOINTMENT.
State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor Attn: Chad Hilligoss 725 South Second Street Springfield, IL 62704
Fax: 217-782-6305 firstname.lastname@example.org
http://www.ilsaap.org/special_prosecution_unit.htmThe Board of Governors The Office of the State's Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor has a membership of ten State's Attorneys who govern the Agency's functions. Eight State's Attorneys are elected to serve on the Board. The Cook County State's Attorney serves by statute, and one State's Attorney is appointed member-at-large by the other nine members. The Board members elect officers to preside during the one-year term.