SHELBYVILLE, IL. —
“I would have the discretion not to prosecute,” she said.
Law enforcement officers and the State’s Attorney has been considering this measure for a while, but the decisions by Madison and Macon counties moved the idea along.
“I spoke with the sheriff of Macon County regarding this move. Now is the right time,” Miller said.
This decision will be valid until the enactment of concealed carry legislation with the State of Illinois. At that time a public statement will be issued terminating this policy and requiring all persons to comply with all aspects of the concealed carry law.