This week Stoller will be filing two more Indirect Criminal Contempt Citations against parties who are well aware that they are coming. The new criminal contempt pleadings will seek substantial “jail” time for the respondents. But according to reports the respondents in Stoller's new Indirect Criminal Contempt content Citation are not worried of being convicted and sent to jail because according to them “No one will believe Stoller!” We will see what happens when the jury gets the case. Stoller will be filing a jurisdictional Statement that the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has ordered him to do. In another matter Stoller is filing a Motion to compel a Chicago Attorney to attend a deposition. This week end Stoller is preparing several subpoenas that will be sent out Monday. Judge Dennis Porter advised all of the parties in Stoller own Indirect Criminal Contempt in which Stoller was charged for the crime of publishing “Speech” on the Internet that Judge Porter will issue his decision on November 12, 2009. Stoller has several hearings this coming week. According to one media report Stoller has come out stronger every day since July 15, 2009 the day he was released from the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections. Stoller's been drafting his Section 1983 lawsuit that he will file against all of the parties that were responsible for his unlawful incarceration. All of the defendants according to some reports were laughing about the prospect of becoming defendants in Stoller's Section 1983 Action. This is a big week. Stoller will becoming out blasting....Stay tuned you do not want to miss a moment of this weeks coming action.