(725 ILCS 195/0.01) (from Ch. 16, par. 80)
Sec. 0.01. Short title. This Act may be cited as the Quasi-criminal and Misdemeanor Bail Act.
(Source: P.A. 86-1324.)
(725 ILCS 195/1) (from Ch. 16, par. 81)
Sec. 1. Whenever in any circuit there shall be in force a rule or order of the Supreme Court establishing a uniform schedule prescribing the amounts of bail for specified conservation cases, traffic cases, quasi-criminal offenses and misdemeanors, any general superintendent, chief, captain, lieutenant, or sergeant of police, or other police officer, the sheriff, the circuit clerk, and any deputy sheriff or deputy circuit clerk designated by the Circuit Court for the purpose, are authorized to let to bail any person charged with a quasi-criminal offense or misdemeanor and to accept and receipt for bonds or cash bail in accordance with regulations established by rule or order of the Supreme Court. Unless otherwise provided by Supreme Court Rule, no such bail may be posted or accepted in any place other than a police station, sheriff's office or jail, or other county, municipal or other building housing governmental units, or a division headquarters building of the Illinois State Police. Bonds and cash so received shall be delivered to the office of the circuit clerk or that of his designated deputy as provided by regulation. Such cash and securities so received shall be delivered to the office of such clerk or deputy clerk within at least 48 hours of receipt or within the time set for the accused's appearance in court whichever is earliest.
In all cases where a person is admitted to bail under a uniform schedule prescribing the amount of bail for specified conservation cases, traffic cases, quasi-criminal offenses and misdemeanors the provisions of Section 110-15 of the "Code of Criminal Procedure of 1963", approved August 14, 1963, as amended by the 75th General Assembly shall be applicable.
(Source: P.A. 80-897.)
(725 ILCS 195/2) (from Ch. 16, par. 82)
Sec. 2. The conditions of the bail bond or deposit of cash bail shall be that the accused will appear to answer the charge in court at a time and place specified in the bond and thereafter as ordered by the court until discharged on final order of the court and to submit himself to the orders and process of the court. The accused shall be furnished with an official receipt on a form prescribed by rule of court for any cash or other security deposited, and shall receive a copy of the bond specifying the time and place of his court appearance.
Upon performance of the conditions of the bond, the bond shall be null and void and any cash bail or other security shall be returned to the accused.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 2652.)
(725 ILCS 195/3) (from Ch. 16, par. 83)
In lieu of making bond or depositing cash bail as provided in this Act or the deposit of other security authorized by law, any accused person has the right to be brought without unnecessary delay before the nearest or most accessible judge of the circuit to be dealt with according to law.
(Source: P.A. 77-1248.)
(725 ILCS 195/4) (from Ch. 16, par. 84)
Sec. 4. Whenever in any circuit there shall be in force a uniform schedule prescribing the amounts of fines, penalties, forfeitures and costs on pleas of guilty in specified minor conservation and traffic offenses, any circuit clerk or deputy circuit clerk is authorized to receive written appearances, pleas of guilty and waivers of trial and to accept and receipt for payments, in satisfaction of the judgment to be entered upon the plea, in accordance with the uniform schedule. The accused shall be furnished with an official receipt on a form prescribed by such uniform schedule for the purpose for any fine paid pursuant to this section.
(Source: Laws 1967, p. 2949.)
(725 ILCS 195/5) (from Ch. 16, par. 85)
Any person authorized to accept bail or pleas of guilty by this Act who violates any provision of this Act is guilty of a Class B misdemeanor.
(Source: P.A. 77-2319.)