Illinois HB 6327 – Illinois Process Servers Required to Wear Body Cameras (Proposed Bill)

Illinois Rep. LaShawn Ford introduced yesterday HB 6327 which amends the Civil Practice Law of the Code of Civil Procedure. It provides that in counties with a population of 3,000,000 or more, a special process server shall wear a body camera while serving process. It also provides that a special process server shall record all attempts to serve process, that the individual process server or company that employs the process server shall store the video data from the body camera of the attempt or successful service of process until the case in which the service was required has been fully adjudicated, and that the custodian of the body camera video data shall make the data available only to the plaintiff or defendant in the case in which service was required, the court, or any law enforcement agency.

 

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