In re J.M.A., 012221 ILSC, 125680

Docket Nº:125680
Opinion Judge:PER CURIAM
Party Name:In re J.M.A., a Minor v. J.M.A., Appellant. The People of the State of Illinois, Appellee,
Judge Panel:CARTER, J., took no part.
Case Date:January 22, 2021
Court:Supreme Court of Illinois

2021 IL 125680

In re J.M.A., a Minor

The People of the State of Illinois, Appellee,

v.

J.M.A., Appellant.

No. 125680

Supreme Court of Illinois

January 22, 2021

OPINION

PER CURIAM

¶ 1 In this case, one Justice of this court has recused himself, and the remaining members of the court are divided so that it is not possible to secure the constitutionally required concurrence of four judges for a decision (see Ill. Const. 1970, art. VI, § 3). Accordingly, the appeal is dismissed. The effect of this dismissal is the same as an affirmance by an equally divided court of the decision under review but is of no precedential value. See Perlman v. First National Bank of Chicago, 60 Ill.2d 529, 530 (1975).

¶ 2 CARTER, J., took no part.

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