Hitler – Chief Judge Timothy Evans now has completely taken away our rights
If corruption in family courts described in this blog is not enough including diverting funds from VAMA and Social Security Title IV-D to enrich judges, court-appointed attorneys, and court-appointed evaluators, now ADA accommodations are also at risk in the courts, pro se litigants are being deprived of equal protection in the courts, and we are being thrown back into the stone age in Cook County by new rules from Chief Judge Evans. Please remember to demand fix to VAMA funding being diverted for corrupt purposes before passage. Many of our legislators are totally ignorant of what is actually happening with VAMA funds.
Chief Judge Evans enters order which prohibits cell phones in courthouses where criminal matters are heard is acting like Hitler.
Now defendants cannot contact their attorneys when their attorneys are late, cannot contact their families, cannot have their electronic calendars with them when they are representing themselves. The latest Illinois Supreme Court ruling requiring Court Clerks to allow the use of rolling scanning devices to allow persons to avoid huge page copy charges in the Clerk’s offices and in Court libraries are at risk with the bar on bringing in electronic devices. The disabled who need assistance of electronic devices will have to ask for special permission to bring them into court buildings including palm pilots and cell phones. Many disabled persons take public transportation and need to have cell phones with them at all times to contact their doctors or others for assistance. Now they will have to pay $3.00 to put them in tiny lockers at courthouses, but the courthouses don’t have enough little pay lockers to hold all the phones that people will have to lock up, that will no longer be allowed in courthouses.
In domestic and civil matters pro se litigants and their witnesses will be at a disadvantage. This applies in courthouses where there are eviction cases, divorce cases and every other kind of civil case.
If they ban pro se litigants from having these devices, then they should ban the attorneys and judges from having them too so pro se litigants are not at a disadvantage. If judges wants to go back to the stone age, then let everyone do this. Their computer system is already in the stone age so that it is impossible to query so that the courts can cover up their corruption!
Help make a massive protest about this!! Hitler reigns in Cook County. First the right to petition for habeas corpus has been denied, perjury by sheriff deputies is rampant, and my right to notice for a criminal trial, right to have dismissed legally insufficient complaints, right to speedy trial, right to compulsory process, and right to have access to my court file and pen and paper during trial has been eliminated - now this!! See my new post coming soon about my recent misdemeanor conviction where all these rights were denied!
Help spread the word!
Released On 12/12/2012
Chief Judge Evans December 17, 2012, interview with CBS 2 Chicago on cell phone ban.
Circuit Court of Cook County Chief Judge Timothy C. Evans today announced beginning January 14, 2013, the public will not be permitted to bring cell phones and other electronic devices into any Circuit Court of Cook County courthouse facility except for the Richard J. Daley Center Courthouse. The ban will affect only those courthouse facilities in which criminal matters are heard.*
- The George N. Leighton Criminal Court Building at 2600 S. California Ave., Chicago
- The Cook County Juvenile Center, 1100 West Hamilton Ave., Chicago
- The Domestic Violence Courthouse, 555 West Harrison St., Chicago
- The Second Municipal District Skokie Courthouse, 5600 Old Orchard Road
- The Third Municipal District Rolling Meadows Courthouse, 2121 Euclid Road
- The Fourth Municipal District Maywood Courthouse, 1500 Maybrook Drive
- The Fifth Municipal District Bridgeview Courthouse, 10220 S. 76th Ave.
- The Sixth Municipal District Markham Courthouse, 16501 S. Kedzie Parkway
- 5555 W. Grand Ave., Chicago (First Municipal District criminal branches 23 and 50)
- 2452 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago (First Municipal District criminal branches 29 and 42)
- 155 W. 51st St., Chicago (First Municipal District criminal branches 34 and 48)
- 727 E. 111th St., Chicago (First Municipal District criminal branches 35 and 38)
- 3150 W. Flournoy St., Chicago (First Municipal District criminal branches 43 and 44)