(20 ILCS 2635/14) (from Ch. 38, par. 1614)
    Sec. 14. Judicial Remedies. (A) The Attorney General or a State's Attorney may bring suit in the circuit courts to prevent and restrain violations of this Act and to enforce the reporting provisions of Section 2.1 of "An Act in relation to criminal identification and investigation", approved July 2, 1931, as amended. The Department may request the Attorney General to bring any such action authorized by this subsection.
    (B) An individual aggrieved by a violation of this Act by a State agency or unit of local government shall have the right to pursue a civil action for damages or other appropriate legal or equitable remedy, including an action to compel the Department to disclose or correct conviction information in its files, once administrative remedies have been exhausted.
    (C) Any civil action for damages alleging the negligent dissemination of inaccurate or incomplete conviction information by a State agency or by a unit of local government in violation of this Act may only be brought against the State agency or unit of local government and shall not be brought against any employee or official thereof.
    (D) Civil remedies authorized by this Section may be brought in any circuit court of the State of Illinois in the county in which the violation occurs or in the county where the State agency or unit of local government is situated; except all damage claims against the State of Illinois for violations of this Act shall be determined by the Court of Claims.
(Source: P.A. 85-922.)