As you may or may not know, John Howard Wyman has written an excellent book on the Probate court in Rockford, and his harrowing experiences there. If you don’t have a copy, please go out and get a copy. Out of stress and strife, John Wyman has done a great deal of good by writing a book on his experiences in order to help YOU, the people who have been denied justice in an Illinois Probate Court.
While I am not going to provide you with much comment on this case because there’s no reason–the pleadings speak for themselves, I did want make sure you have the pleadings in case you face a similar situation. Therefore, I am publishing all the documents in that case, namely,
John’s original Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction (Sodini)
Attorney Sharon Rudy’s Brief in Response
My Reply Brief, filed yesterday:
JMD Reply Brief–Motion to Dismiss, Lack of Jurisdiction (Soldini)
The transcript from the last hearing in which I argued that the Motion to Dismiss IS in fact an emergency because everyday someone lives under a guardianship without jurisdiction is a day she has been deprived of life, liberty, property, human rights and civil rights without due process of law, which is a constitution violation under the US and Illinois state constitutions.
I will be ordering all the transcripts today.
I am also publishing the hearing date, time and place of September 28th, Court room 217, 400 West State St, Rockford Illinois, Judge Fabiano at 11:00 am so all the Probate groups can come out and watch and publish. This should be a major victory for the Probate groups. If the Honorable Judge Fabiano does her job, this should be a dismissal/nonsuit QED.
Judge Fabiano will be our heroine. She can then tell all the other Illinois probate judges to carefully check and question that all adult children, siblings and parents have been given notice of the date, time and place of hearing, in writing, 14 days in advance of the hearing.
I am publishing this because PLEADINGS SHOULD BE PUBLIC. The Rockford Court house has been given about 80 million dollars so far to get their court records computerized, and so far, nada. Attys cannot upload, the public cannot download and the system, like the Cook County system, is an electronic dinosaur.
I hope to also get all the transcripts and publish them for you in the Rockford case.
While I am actively involved in the case, I will refrain from commenting on it, you can still get the book (on Amazon), and read the pleadings and transcripts because I intend to do the job of the Illinois county courts and make them all public, as they should be.
PS – If you are having any problems opening the above links, try downloading the software for Google Drive–just google it. If that does not work, please email me and I will try to help.