Judge Thomas G. Ebel: An Oral History
Thomas G. Ebel worked as an Assistant State’s Attorney in Peoria County from 1970-72, and was a Legal Advisor to the Peoria Police Department from 1972-73. From 1973-75, he was an Assistant State’s Attorney for Tazewell County, and from 1975-81 he was the Chief Assistant State’s Attorney for Tazewell Count. In 1981, he became an Associate Circuit Judge in the Tenth Judicial Circuit and served in that position until 2002. He was recalled to service from 2005-2006 in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit.
Ebel – Interview (final with abstract)
Interview One: Benjamin Belzer, Research Associate/Collections Manager, Illinois Supreme Court Historic Preservation Commission
Interview Two: Audio Transcription Center, Boston Massachusetts
Editors: Justin Law, Oral Historian, Illinois Supreme Court Historic Preservation Commission, and Judge Ebel
Collected in 2015-2016 by the Illinois Supreme Court Historic Preservation Commission