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Kane County Law Library & Self Help Legal Center - We help people find answers. We are open to all!

Located on the 2nd floor
16th Judicial Circuit
37W777 IL Route 38, St. Charles, IL 60175

Computer Use Policy

​In support of legal research needs, the Kane County Law Library & Self Help Legal Center (Library) makes open internet available to all of its customers. 

With this privilege comes the responsibility of the customer to:

  • Use the Internet connection only for lawful purposes and refrain from accessing websites that may be disruptive to the use of the library by other customers or Library staff due to offensive content or noise
  • Pay in full for intended and unintended printing
  • Respect predetermined computer settings and not change existing settings or download programs
  • Verify that information to be utilized is current, accurate and unbiased
  • Relinquish the computer to a customer who needs to conduct legal research, if all other computers are full

The Library reserves the right to:

  • Require payment in full for intended and unintended printing
  • Inspect briefcases, packages and outer garments for library materials
  • Block customers from using websites that hang-up, lock, overload or otherwise compromise the unhindered usage of the computer
  • Revoke the computer use privilege or require customers to leave the Library if they violate any of the above rules

Discretion of the Law Librarian:

No policy can address all potential circumstances.  The Law Librarian reserves the right to address issues on a case by case basis including but limited to disruptive and harassing behavior, requests for privileges and use of facilities.






31 October 2016