No, however, most public libraries carry some legal publications such as state statutes. You can access the Legal Self-Help Legal Center at public libraries in Peoria County.
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No, but we can assist by giving you Blacks Law Dictionary.
Yes, it is. Roughly 50% of our patrons are pro se, meaning "ones own behalf; appearing for oneself".
The law library is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. only. No weekend or evening hours.
To locate additional information, you can research the Illinois Compiled Statutes, which contains all Illinois law.
The law library contains:
The public uses the law library for various problems such as:
The law library is located on the second floor of the Peoria County courthouse in Room 211.
If you cannot find metered street parking, there are parking garages located on:
The librarian is not an attorney, and is therefore limited in the assistance that they can provide to patrons. The librarian can direct you to the Legal Self-Help Center or the form books so that you can determine the forms you may need.