(b) In lieu of the immunity provided in Section 106-2 of this Code, in any
investigation before a Grand Jury, or trial in any court, the court on motion
of the State shall order that a witness be granted immunity from prosecution in
a criminal case as to any information directly or indirectly derived from the
production of evidence from the witness if the witness has refused or is likely to refuse to produce the
on the basis of his or her privilege against self-incrimination.
(c) The production of evidence so compelled under the order, and any
information directly or indirectly derived from it, may not be used against
the witness in a criminal case, except in a prosecution for perjury, false
swearing, or an offense otherwise involving a failure to comply with the order.
An order of immunity granted under this Section does not bar prosecution of the
witness, except as specifically provided in this Section.
(d) Upon request of the witness so compelled, a copy of the
evidence produced under the order shall be furnished to him or her.
(Source: P.A. 87-932; 88-241; 88-677, eff. 12-15-94.)