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725 ILCS 5/115-22

    (725 ILCS 5/115-22)
    Sec. 115-22. Witness inducements. When the State intends to introduce the testimony of a witness in a capital case, the State shall, before trial, disclose to the defendant and to his or her defense counsel the following information, which shall be reduced to writing:
        (1) whether the witness has received or been promised
anything, including pay, immunity from prosecution, leniency in prosecution, or personal advantage, in exchange for testimony;
        (2) any other case in which the witness testified or
offered statements against an individual but was not called, and whether the statements were admitted in the case, and whether the witness received any deal, promise, inducement, or benefit in exchange for that testimony or statement; provided that the existence of such testimony can be ascertained through reasonable inquiry;
        (3) whether the witness has ever changed his or her
        (4) the criminal history of the witness; and
        (5) any other evidence relevant to the credibility of
the witness.
(Source: P.A. 93-605, eff. 11-19-03.)