Bill Status of SB0022 99th General Assembly
Short Description: CRIM PRO-ILLINOIS TRUST ACT
Sen. John J. Cullerton - Antonio Muņoz - Kwame Raoul - Heather A. Steans - Ira I. Silverstein, William Delgado, Michael Noland, David Koehler, Iris Y. Martinez, Emil Jones, III, Linda Holmes and Jacqueline Y. Collins
| 1/10/2017||Senate||Session Sine Die|
Statutes Amended In Order of Appearance
|725 ILCS 5/Art. 124C heading new|
Synopsis As Introduced
Creates the Illinois TRUST Act within the Code of Criminal Procedure of 1963. Provides that there being no legal authority under which the federal government may compel an expenditure of State or local resources to comply with an immigration detainer or administrative warrant, or facilitate any other non-criminal immigration enforcement, there shall be no expenditure of any law enforcement agency resources or effort by law enforcement agency personnel for these purposes, except as expressly provided under the Act. Provides that there being no legal authority under which the federal government may compel an expenditure of State or local law enforcement agency resources to comply with an immigration detainer or administrative warrant, no law enforcement agency may detain or continue to detain any individual on the basis of any immigration detainer or administrative warrant, or otherwise comply with an immigration detainer or administrative warrant, after that individual becomes eligible for release from custody. Provides that no individual subject to an immigration detainer or administrative warrant shall be denied bail solely on the basis of that immigration detainer or administrative warrant. Provides that no law enforcement official shall stop, arrest, search, detain, or continue to detain a person based solely on that person's citizenship or immigration status or an administrative warrant entered into the Federal Bureau of Investigation's National Crime Information Center database, or any successor or similar database maintained by the United States. Provides that no law enforcement agency shall enter into an agreement under federal law that permits State or local governmental entities to enforce federal civil immigration laws. Effective immediately.