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My attorney filed a motion for rehearing & reconsideration

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My attorney filed a motion for rehearing & reconsideration last Friday right on the 30 day limit date she told me to secure the 'date' because had she waited another day the motion probably would have been barred. She didn't send a notice to the opposing counsel. How long does she have to notice him?
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Can you please tell me which Judicial District Court this is in, i.e. "Nineteenth Judicial District Court," for example? Or at least what county this is?

The reason I ask is because the notice for motions may be in the local rules of the Court.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Will county in Illinois

Thank you, D. That is the Twelfth Judicial Circuit. The local rules of the Circuit may be found here.

Notice 4.04 Notice of Hearing of Motions:

If notice of hearing is given by personal service, the notice shall be
delivered before 4:00 p.m. on the second day preceding the hearing of the
motion. If notice is given by mail, the notice shall be deposited in a
United States Post Office or Post Office box on the fourth day preceding
the hearing of the motion.

1. Notice by Facsimile Transmission
If notice of hearing is given by facsimile transmission, the notice
and motion must be transmitted 48 hours proceeding the hearing of
the motion, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays.

2. Notice by Mail
Service by mail is complete four days after mailing, excluding
Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays


I hope this helps and clarifies. Good luck.

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