CHICAGO-(AEAE)-IN A HEARING TODAY BEFORE ILLINOIS DOMESTIC JUDGE CAROL K. BELLOWS ON STOLLER MOTION TO VACATE HER JULY 15, 2009 decision which was achieved by having undue influence exerted on Stoller who had been in custody for 37 days and was forced to sign three settlement agreements in order to win his freedom from the Illinois Cook County Jail. Stoller immediately moved to set aside Judge Bellows July 15, 2009 by filing via mail a motion to vacate on August 12, 2009. Stoller also moved to substitute Judge Bellows for cause. In the hearing today, Judge Bellows refused to sent the case out for hearing on substitution, which is required and Judge Bellows denied Stoller's motion to vacate on the grounds that it was not docketed by the Illinois Cook County Clerk of the Court until August 22, 2009. Today Stoller argued according to Illinois Supreme Court Rules he was entitled to receive the date of his mailing August 12, 2009 which would have made his motion for reconsideration timely. In addition, in view of the fact that Judge Bellows order of July 15, 2009 was a coerced settlement, such a court order is void at any time. Stoller filed his appeal and looks forward to reverse on the above several grounds.
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