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(725 ILCS 210/3)
(from Ch. 14, par. 203)
There is created the Office of the State's Attorneys
Appellate Prosecutor as a judicial agency of state government.
(a) The Office of the State's Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor shall
be governed by a board of governors which
of 10 members as follows:
(1) Eight State's Attorneys, 2 to be elected from
each District containing less than 3,000,000 inhabitants;
(2) The State's Attorney of Cook County or his or her
(3) One State's Attorney to be bi-annually appointed
(b) Voting for elected members shall be by District with each of the
State's Attorneys voting from their respective district. Each
board member must be duly elected or appointed and serving as
State's Attorney in the district from which he was elected or appointed.
(c) Elected members shall serve for a term of 2 years commencing upon their election and until their successors are duly elected or
appointed and qualified.
(d) An bi-annually election of members of the board
shall be held within 30 days prior or subsequent to the beginning of the each odd numbered calendar year, and the board shall certify
the results to the Secretary of State.
(e) The board shall promulgate rules of procedure for the
election of its members and the conduct of its meetings and shall elect
a Chairman and a Vice-Chairman and such other officers as it deems
appropriate. The board shall meet at least once every 3
months, and in addition thereto as directed by the Chairman, or upon the special
call of any 5 members of the board, in writing, sent to the
Chairman, designating the time and place of the meeting.
(f) Five members of the board shall constitute
a quorum for the purpose of transacting business.
(g) Members of the board shall serve without compensation, but
shall be reimbursed for necessary expenses incurred in the performance
of their duties.
(h) A position shall be vacated by either a member's resignation,
removal or inability to serve as State's Attorney.
(i) Vacancies on the board of elected members shall be filled
within 90 days of the occurrence of the vacancy by a special election
held by the State's Attorneys in the district where the vacancy
occurred. Vacancies on the board of the appointed member shall be
filled within 90 days of the occurrence of the vacancy by a special
election by the members. In the case of a special election, the tabulation and certification of the results may be conducted at any regularly scheduled quarterly or special meeting called for that purpose. A member elected or appointed to fill
such position shall serve for the unexpired term of the member whom he
is succeeding. Any member may be re-elected or re-appointed for
(Source: P.A. 102-16, eff. 6-17-21.)