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JUDGE   ASSIGNMENT   LOCATION   PHONE

Callahan Jr., John P. Circuit Judge   Probate   Daley Center   Rm. 1806   (312) 603-5943

Cesario, Cheryl D. Associate Judge   Probate   Daley Center   Rm. 1811   (312) 603-5943

Coghlan, Mary Ellen Circuit Judge Presiding   Probate   Daley Center   Rm. 1803   (312) 603-7545

Coleman, Susan M. Associate Judge   Probate   Daley Center   Rm. 1801   (312) 603-4684

Collins-Dole, Ann Circuit Judge   Probate   Daley Center   Rm. 1809   (312) 603-5964

Fleming, John J. Circuit Judge   Probate   Daley Center   Rm. 1814   (312) 603-6498

Kawamoto, Lynne Associate Judge   Probate   Daley Center   Rm. 1807   (312) 603-6440

McGury, Kathleen M. Circuit Judge   Probate   Daley Center   Rm. 1810   (312) 603-6499

O’Brien, Gregory M. Associate Judge   Probate   Daley Center   Rm. 1803   (312) 603-6466

Perivolidis, Arthur C. Associate Judge   Probate   Daley Center   Rm. 1809A   (312) 603-4463

Quinn, Carolyn Associate Judge   Probate   Daley Center   Rm. 1812   (312) 603-5964

Riley, James Gerard Circuit Judge Supervising   Probate   Daley Center   Rm. 1802   (312) 603-6492

Stuart, Jane Louise Circuit Judge   Probate   Daley Center   Rm. 1804   (312) 603-5943

Written by Linda Shelton

August 8, 2012 at 6:55 pm

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  1. how can kawamoto be a judge of anything, when she does not have ny concept of what the law is, she is so inept that swhe rubber stamps civil right violations, if she does’t know federal civil rights laws, I guess state law is beyond her scope of knowledge. and she is a position to destroy and fleece her percent of the take.

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    ejolmstead

    January 30, 2013 at 10:20 pm

  2. The presiding judge is the WORST! Mary Coghlan is a political; hack who cant even be impartial in a case. She blows with the political wind. She belongs in jail!

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    jim odonnel

    March 20, 2013 at 11:24 pm

  3. when ya’ll get through cleaning up IL., come on over to Northern California and bring a big garbage can! We got work for you here!

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    charlotte hill

    September 24, 2013 at 12:37 am

  4. Dear Judge Stuart
    I need to make a appointment to see you and Paul the Guardian Ad Litem. I do not know how to reach Paul Franci but my Telephone Number is 773 710- 2443. Monique needs help for her mental illness and I need help from the court because of Monique’s mental illness please! Please Respond! Thank, you Romona Jones

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    Romona Jones Legal Guardian For Monique Z. Walker

    July 22, 2014 at 8:27 pm

  5. Judges will not make appointments with litigants. They are forbidden from having ex parte communications. You should contact the Public Guardian’s office if you want to make an appointment or talk to a public guardian. This web site is not part of the County government. I suggest you go to their web site to find the phone number and address to the public guardian.

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    Linda Shelton

    July 23, 2014 at 12:56 pm

  6. Judge Callahan took our Grandchildren from us on 2013 January. Who checks on the best interest of the children once they are given back to the parent that neglects the children and does not care for the children they were taken from a loving family that gave them so much love a real family and lots of proof of that, the children were not even asked who they wanted to go live with. It’s ashamed that no one follows up after the case is over. Everyone mentions for the best interest of the children. So follow up for the best interest of the children. From someone who cares dearly for the children I have called to report and always given excuses.

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    One next

    August 11, 2014 at 6:36 pm

  7. I strongly advise everyone to go public and write your story in detail to the President of the COok County Board – Preckwinckle or of the County where you live and the Senators and Congressmen who represent you. I would also write to the civil rights division of the Department of Justice in Washington if you have evidence of illegal conduct or orders from judges. United we stand; Divided we fall. People are so concerned about privacy that they forget that individuals rarely have the force to change things. If you write your story up in detail (make it short) and can show documents that prove it – I will be happy to scan them into the computer – then post your story even with an anonymous name – then you can use this platform to make the story public.

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    Linda Shelton

    August 11, 2014 at 9:08 pm

  8. Feel free to email me at picepil@aol.com

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    Linda Shelton

    August 11, 2014 at 9:08 pm

  9. We have not been able to see our grandchildren for 1 1/2 year because there father and his mom will not allow it. After we have raise our grandchildren all there lives along with our daughter who passed away. Our proof was never shown because our lawyers never used it. Our luck just kept getting worst n worst. We can’t afford any more attorneys. We are grandparents who want to make sure our grandchildren have healthy n safe lives. We need someone that can help us make sure our grandchildren are safe n healthy.

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    One next

    August 12, 2014 at 7:23 am

  10. Unfortunately, the father has absolute right to decide who his children see and the law in Illinois does not allow a grandparent to over-ride this decision even with the help of a court. For more information see: http://prosechicago.wordpress.com/2012/09/21/grandparent-visitation-rights-in-illinois-a-bit-hurdle-to-prove/

    In this blog post I state: “As explained in the following it is almost impossible to obtain visitation for grandparents by court order unless the grandparents can prove, by convincing evidence that without their visitation the child’s mental, physical, or emotional health will be harmed. Therefore, the grandparents must obtain affidavits from psychologists, testimony from the child, or independent testimony from persons other than themselves that there is hard evidence that a child will be harmed without their interactions with the child. There is a presumption in the law that the parent’s decision to bar visitation from the grandparent does not harm the child.”

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    Linda Shelton

    August 12, 2014 at 11:10 am


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