In the waning hours of the lame-duck session of the Illinois General Assembly, lawmakers passed a sweeping omnibus bill meant to reshape the state’s criminal justice system.

The legislation, which is now awaiting Gov. JB Pritzker’s signature, is more than 760 pages and was still being reworked just hours before the final vote.

The size and scope of the bill, combined with the eleventh hour scramble, has law enforcement leaders, court officials, experts and advocates all still poring over the bill, trying to figure out what exactly has been changed and what implementation will look like.