The Aurora Branch is staffed with three support staff personnel, and a full time Assistant State's Attorney. The Elgin Branch is staffed with three support staff personnel, and two full time Assistant State's Attorneys. Bond call is held at each branch on a daily basis for defendants that were arrested in the previous 24 hours. The staff interviews victims and witnesses on all types of misdemeanor cases and issues charging documents for everything from a traffic matter to a felony charge. Orders of Protections are done at both locations.
Various communities have their cases heard in the branch courts. The Aurora Court hears cases from the City of Aurora, Village of North Aurora, Village of Montgomery, Village of Sugar Grove and the Fox Valley Park District. Elgin Court cases come from the City of Elgin, Village of South Elgin, Village of Carpentersville, Village of East Dundee, Village of West Dundee, Village of Sleepy Hollow, and the Village of Gilberts.
Aurora Branch Office
1200 E. Indian Trail Road
Aurora, IL 60505
Phone: (630) 892-3221
Fax: (630) 585-6494
The State’s Attorney’s Aurora Office is in the Aurora Police Department. Use the west entrance. Hours: 8a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; closed weekends and court holidays.
From Chicago: I-88 west to Farnsworth Road, exitsouth, to East Indian Trail. Turn right, go about one-half block and look for the Aurora Police Department on the right (north) side. The State’s Attorney’s Office is through the west entrance.
Elgin Branch Office
150 Dexter Court
Elgin, IL 60120
Phone: (847) 931-6030
Fax: (847) 931-6746
The State’s Attorney’s Elgin Office is in Elgin City Hall. Hours: 8a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; closed weekends and court holidays.
From Chicago: I-90 west to Route 31 (State Street), exit south, to Highland Avenue. Turn left, cross the Fox River, go two blocks to North Spring Street, turn left, go two blocks to Dexter Court, turn left, go one block to 150 Dexter Court. The office is on the second floor.