Going to Daley Center eviction court

Going to Daley Center eviction court

Last updated: April 2009

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Going to eviction court on your own can be very confusing and intimidating. This video is intended to help you better understand the steps and procedures involved in going to eviction court in Chicago at the Daley Center on your own. In addition, this video will familiarize you with the clerk's office, the court room and the different roles of the people you will encounter while representing yourself in eviction court.

This video was funded by a grant from United Way of Metropolitan Chicago.

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Going to Daley Center Eviction Court Video Transcript

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Top 10 Things to Remember When Going to Court On Your Own
Self-Help Resources in the Daley Center and Around Chicago
How to Waive Your Court Costs

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Chicago Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service
Chicago Bar Association Legal Assistance Guide
Illinois State Bar Association's Lawyer Directory

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