The Village of Streamwood is a Chicago suburb in Cook County
, Illinois. Streamwood is part of the “Tri-Village” area and was incorporated in 1957. Today, Streamwood is home to 40,000 residents who enjoy the award winning park district. The Streamwood Stride is an annual 5k/10k race.
Streamwood is called home by a number of very talented local lawyers who are familiar with local courts and procedures. Lawyers in Streamwood counsel on a diverse range of cases including bankruptcy, child custody and support, wrongful termination, immigration visa, and DUI/DWI cases.
Recently, Streamwood Police Officer James Mandarino was arrested on two class 3 felonies including aggravated battery and official misconduct and was released on a $50,000 bond. Mandarino allegedly struck the driver 15 times during a traffic stop and shocked the vehicle’s passenger twice with a stun gun. The incident was captured on a squad car’s camera and Mandarino faces up to 5 years in Illinois State prison if convicted.
If you have a case to file in Streamwood you will be heading to the Cook County Circuit Court which retains jurisdiction over all kinds of cases. Illinois State Circuit courts are responsible for hearing all civil, criminal, probate, juvenile, family, and real property cases that arise in the area. Immigration issues like deportation and citizenship cases are handled by the U.S. Immigration Court in Chicago
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