Warren County State’s Attorney Andrew Doyle has been elected by his peers to serve two years on the Illinois State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor Board of Governors.
The board of up is made up of a representing state’s attorney for each of Illinois’s appellate districts.
Doyle will represent the Third Appellate District which is comprised of 21 counties, including Warren and Knox.
The Board of Governors oversees and provides guidance to the Director of the office of State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor, that handles immediate appeals, advice calls on complex legal issues and conflict of interest prosecutions.
Doyle says through a statement that it’s an honor to be elected by other state’s attorneys and “for a smaller county like ours to represented on the Board.”
Doyle was sworn in as Warren County’s top prosecutor in 2016.