IMPORTANT NOTICES:

Effective June 1, 2020 - Temperatures will be taken before entry is allowed in building
Masks will be required to enter the building

CIVIL COURT - Please contact the Judge's clerk to see if you must appear for your hearing.  

Walk-in Probate is temporarily suspended due to the pandemic. 

Routine Probate such as opening/closing probate matters and routine motions and
orders may be done through eFiling. 

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People with qualifying arrests and convictions may petition the court to expunge or seal your records. The Office of the State Appellate Defender can answer any questions regarding the eligibility for expungement and sealing. Information packets explaining the process and requirements for expungement/sealing of records is available online through the Appellate Defender's website.  The Supreme Court has also created a guide to help you through the expungement process.  Click here for the Guide to Expunge/Seal a Criminal Record
The fee to expunge a case is $120.00 made payable to: LaSalle County Circuit Clerk

The filing fee is non-refundable, regardless of the outcome of your petition.  Click here for expungement information.

You must remit:

  • $120.00 fee

  • Correct number of copies
    (see expungement information above for further explanation)

  • Envelopes with postage
    (see expungement information above for further explanation)