A prosecutor has the responsibility of a minister of justice and not simply that of an advocate. This responsibility carries with it specific obligations to see that the defendant is accorded procedural justice and that guilt is decided upon the basis of sufficient evidence. Except for statements that are necessary to inform the public of the nature and extent of the prosecutor’s action and that serve a legitimate law enforcement purpose, by Supreme Court Rule, the State’s Attorney is not allowed to make statements about pending cases or investigations which would pose a serious and imminent threat to the fairness of the proceeding. Rule 3.8 Special Responsibilities of a Prosecutor. For a list of certain subjects which have been determined to pose such a threat to the fairness of the proceedings and for a list of subjects which do not, please see Rule 3.6 Trial Publicity. For any press release involving a case which has not yet been tried, please note that: a defendant is presumed to be innocent of a charge until proved guilty beyond a reasonable doubt to the satisfaction of the jury.
Harrison McDade, Carbondale, Sentenced to Department of Corrections for Forgery and Probation Violation
Jerrel T. Stockstill, Mound City, Sentenced to Department of Corrections for Unlawful Manufacturing/Delivery of Cannabis
Ryne Sasso, Carbondale, Sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections for Failure to Report Accident
Timothy P. Hubbert, Carbondale, Sentenced to Five Years in the Department of Corrections for Residential Burglary
Tyrone C. Webb, Murphysboro, Sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections for Aggravated Domestic Battery
Kristin Duncan, Murphysboro, Sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections for Retail Theft and Theft
Ashley D. Johnson, Carbondale, Sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections for Aggravated Battery and Other Charges
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Monday through Friday
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and State holidays.
Jackson County Courthouse
1001 Walnut Street
Murphysboro, Illinois 62966