Bill Status of HB4052 103rd General Assembly
Short Description: RESTORE CASH BAIL-PRETRIAL
Rep. Dan Ugaste - Amy L. Grant - Patrick Windhorst, Dennis Tipsword, Jr., Tony M. McCombie, Kevin Schmidt and Martin McLaughlin
Statutes Amended In Order of Appearance
Synopsis As Introduced
Amends the Code of Criminal Procedure of 1963. Restores certain provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure of 1963 concerning cash bail to the form in which they existed before their amendment by Public Act 101-652 by amendment or reenactment with specified modifications. Establishes additional pretrial procedures. Amends the Statute on Statutes to provide that whenever there is a reference in any Act to the term "pretrial release", "denial of pretrial release", "conditions of pretrial release", or "violations of the conditions of pretrial release", the terms shall be construed to mean "bail", "denial of bail", "conditions of bail", or "forfeiture of bail" respectively. Amends the Rights of Crime Victims and Witnesses Act. Provides that the office of the State's Attorney shall provide to the victim at pretrial stages of the proceedings notification of all pretrial hearings, all bail decisions, conditions of release related to the victim's safety, the defendant's release from custody, and instructions on seeking enforcement of release conditions. Amends the Pretrial Services Act. Provides that pretrial services agencies shall implement a system of court date reminders, including location, date, and time of the court appearance. Provides that reminders shall be provided one to 3 days prior to each scheduled court appearance. Establishes responsibilities of the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts concerning pretrial services. Amends the Unified Code of Corrections. Provides for specified offenses for which the domestic violence surveillance program is applicable. Provides that the supervising authority shall use the best available global positioning technology to track domestic violence offenders, if available and reliable in the supervising authority's jurisdiction. Effective June 1, 2025.