In separate orders yesterday, the Illinois Supreme Court appointed a pair of Cook County Assistant Public Defenders, Toya T. Harvey and Adrienne E. Davis, to two Second Subcircuit vacancies.
An application process for the Rhodes vacancy was posted by Illinois Supreme Court Justice Anne Burke.
Davis was appointed to the vacancy created by the retirement of former Markham Presiding Judge Marjorie C. Laws. Davis, who has served as a part-time faculty member at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, has been licensed in Illinois since 1994, according to ARDC. Her appointment is effective on March 17; it also terminates, of course, on December 3, 2018.
Newly elected downstate judge benched after parolee-roommate arrested for murder - Ronald Duebbert, pictured at right, was elected to the Circuit Court in the far Downstate 20th Judicial Circuit just this past November. He began his judi...
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