Tracy Weaver (R) (2018)
Assistant State's Attorney: Daniel Guido
Administrative Assistant: Karen Reed
Victim Advocate: Joe Snyder
10 S. Main St., Suite 13
Sullivan, IL 61951
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (closed for lunch 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.)
Please call in advance for appointments. The last available appointment time slot of the day is 4:00 p.m.
Please be advised that information about juvenile cases will not be given out over the phone.
The State's Attorney's Office prosecutes all state criminal cases (felony and misdemeanor) and traffic cases for Moultrie County. The office is also the legal counsel for the county for county business. We do not represent individual citizens. We cannot get involved in civil legal disputes and we cannot provide legal advice for civil law issues. For example, we cannot give advice about divorce cases, child custody issues, land disputes, or landlord tenant issues.
Moultrie County State’s Attorneys from 1872 to present
Victim Restitution Worksheet: If you are a victim of a crime, and charges have been filed against the defendant, please complete the attached worksheet and send it to us along with receipts or other documentation supporting your loss. Please also send a cover letter with your contact information.
Plea Offer Request Form: If you are a criminal defendant and wish for us to mail you a plea offer, please complete this form. If you are represented by a private lawyer or wish to seek the appointment of a public defender, please do not send this form to us. We will only speak to your lawyer and not directly to you.
Do Not Prosecute Form: If you are crime victim and wish to request that we drop or not file charges against a defendant, please print out and complete this form. If you do not fill this form out in our office, please have it notarized in front of a public notary prior to mailing it to us.
Judici.com: Online Case Information
The Moultrie County Circuit Clerk's Office maintains court records online (public access) via judici.com. Please click here to access judici.com
Important Links for Crime Victims
• Illinois Attorney General website for crime victims
• Automated Victim Notification System
The Illinois Automated Victim Notification System is a free service offered to crime victims of an offender's custody status change, court event information, and sex offender information. The victim will be notified by either a call, text message, or email in the event the offender has been released, has been transferred, escapes, or dies. Victims can sign up for this service by either calling the toll free number 1-866-5-Notify (1-866-566-8439), TTY 1-877-502-2423, or visiting the websitewww.vinelink.com.
• Children's Advocacy Centers of East Central Illinois
The Children's Advocacy Centers of East Central Illinois (CACECI) serves Clark, Coles, Cumberland, Douglas, Edgar, Moultrie, and Shelby counties. The CACECI is located at 616 Sixth Street, Charleston, Illinois, 61920. Any child under the age of 18 who has been sexually and/or physically abused in Moultrie County is eligible to receive free and confidential services at CACECI. In a child friendly interview room, a forensic interview will be conducted by specially trained staff using child friendly words and phrases. The family of the child will be offered a variety of services to help them during their time of crisis. If you suspect that a child is being physically abused, neglected, or sexually abused please call Illinois Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-25-ABUSE or 1-800-252-2873.
• Growing Strong Sexual Assault Center (Decatur, IL)
• SACIS - Sexual Assault Counseling & Information Service (Charleston, IL)
• Dove, Inc. (Domestic Violence - Decatur/Sullivan, IL)
• HOPE of East Central Illinois (Domestic Violence - Charleston, IL)
Effective May 1, 2019, the Moultrie County State's Attorney’s Bad Check Program will no longer be accepting checks.
If you have received an insufficient funds check or an account closed check you may pursue your civil remedies in court. If you believe you have been the victim of a crime, you should report the incident to your local law enforcement agency.