Legal Question in Civil Rights Law in Illinois

How do I obtain a case number for a case that has gone to trial?

Asked on 9/14/09, 7:54 pm

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Alisa Arnoff Scalambrino & Arnoff, LLP
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You should call the Clerk of the Court where the case is (or was) proceeding. If you can give the Clerk's Office the full name of the case, someone should be able to look up the number for you.

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Answered on 9/21/09, 11:54 am

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