Yes you will at the sole discretion of the prosecutor in whatever County. or no you won't at the sole discretion of the prosecutor in whatever county in Ill. You didn't ask and I try not to presume but have you thought about handling the case so its not hanging over your head? Perhaps speak with a Il lawyer? It may not matter just a suggestion.
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Depends on the severity of the crime and the effort that the individual counties put into it. The answer is that it is a possibility. good luck
Maybe. Was the theft of a large monetary value? Was the forgery of something quite important? It is up to the DA's office in the county in Illinois to make the decision if they want you back there to face justice. Good luck to you.
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