(705 ILCS 70/6)
(from Ch. 37, par. 656)
Assignment to serve outside of county of appointment; Travel
The chief judge may assign a court reporter to serve anywhere within the
circuit in which the court reporter is appointed. A court reporter shall be
paid travel expenses incurred in connection with his official duties in his
circuit of appointment outside the county wherein he resides. Subject to
regulations which may be adopted by the Supreme Court, court reporters
shall be allowed travel expenses when traveling within their county of
residence in connection with their official duties.
The employer representative may assign a court reporter
to temporary service
outside his own circuit, but within the jurisdiction of the employer
representative, with the consent of the chief judge of his circuit.
A court reporter shall be paid travel expenses incurred in connection with
his official duties during such periods of temporary assignment.
Expense vouchers shall be submitted to the employer representative for approval.
The expense vouchers or claims submitted to the employer representative shall have
endorsed thereon the signed approval of the chief judge of the circuit in
which the court reporter incurred the expense for which claim is made.
(Source: P.A. 94-98, eff. 7-1-05.)