Rolling Meadows Court
District 3- Rolling Meadows
The Law Offices of Carlos H. Davalos frequently defends cases in Rolling Meadows Courthouse with regard to DUI, Domestic Violence, and Felony case matters. Rolling Meadows Courthouse is located at 2121 Euclid Avenue in Rolling Meadows, Illinois. The county of Cook contains 6 Districts in part because of the vastness of the county itself. The courthouse in Rolling Meadows represents District 3.
Police And Agencies In District 3
Typically, a case is assigned in Rolling Meadows if the person was arrested on the part of police agencies in Arlington Heights, Barrington, Bartlett, Bensenville, Buffalo Grove, East Dundee, Elgin, Elk Grove Village, Hanover Park, Harwood Heights, Hoffman Estates, Norridge, Palatine, Prospect Heights, Rolling Meadows, Rosemont, Schamburg, Schiller Park, South Barrington, and Streamwood.
Different Courtrooms In Rolling Meadows
There are many different kinds of courtrooms in Rolling Meadows which serve different aspects and different cases in the Courthouse. Oftentimes the first courtroom which many people assigned to Rolling Meadows find themselves in 108. This room serves as Bond Court for Rolling Meadows on weekdays for those arrested 24-48 hours prior. The courtroom is open in the morning at 9AM for Misdemeanor bond hearings and at 1:30PM for felony bond hearings. The case call in this room move quickly, with the primary objective being to reassign the case to one of the many misdemeanor and felony courtrooms at the courthouse.
Room 207 is dedicated to Rolling Meadows’s Domestic Violence court call. If the case is not charged as a felony and it implicates any violence allegedly directed at family members or loved ones, the case will be assigned here. Court starts promptly at 9am with the call frequently running to 1PM or later on its busy days.
Rooms 109 And 110
These two courtrooms represent the felony trial call courtrooms in Rolling Meadows. If your case is transferred out of 108 then, unless the case was diverted elsewhere by your attorney, the case will be assigned to one of these two courtrooms for the remainder of your case. Every room has its particular nuances with respect to courtroom protocol and the members who represent the State’s Attorneys Office. Should your case get this far it will be in your best interests to have an attorney defending you who is familiar with the members and procedures of each courtroom, as oftentimes, these factors vary immensely from courtroom to courtroom.
Courtrooms On The First Floor
Having addressed the domestic violence and felony courtrooms, the rest of the courtrooms dedicate themselves to the expansive call of traffic cases, DUI, and criminal misdemeanors arising out of District 3 Rolling Meadows. Sometimes the representative for the government is the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, and sometimes it is a Village Prosecutor. An astute attorney will know not only the details of your case, but who your prosecutor is as well. The judges assigned to these courtrooms rotate intermittently in accord with scheduling.
Rolling Meadows Attorney – Carlos H. Davalos
It is imperative that your attorney have a working familiarity of the ongoings inside Rolling Meadows for you to have a successful result. Not knowing how Rolling Meadows operates may have a negative effect in the outcome of your case. The Law Offices of Carlos H. Davalos has significant experience in assisting clients in Rolling Meadows District 3. Contact us today for your free consultation and experienced defense counsel in Rolling Meadows Courthouse.
The Law Offices of Carlos H. Davalos
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Melrose Park, IL 60160
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Chicago, IL 60618
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Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
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