CHICAGO-(AEAE)-THE ILLINOIS APPELLATE COURT DIVISION ONE GRANTED STOLLER REQUEST FOR AN EXTENSION OF TIME TO FILE A RESPONSE TO ILLINOIS ATTORNEY ROBERT TEPPER MOTION TO DISMISS. Stoller filed a Petition for Indirect Criminal Contempt before Illinois Circuit Court Judge Elmer Talimire. Talimiare was not familiar with the Illinois Cook County Procedure for permitting a petitioner to procedurally lodge a petition for indirect criminal contempt a petition against an attorney. Stoller appealed Judge Talimire's decision to the Illinois Appellate Court, requesting that the Illinois Appellate Court give the guidelines to parties who file a petition for Indirect Criminal Contempt and to reverse Judge Talimire's decision. The Illinois Cook County Court has what can only be characterized as a “secret” procedure which information is not available to the public, for the filing of a Petition for Indirect Criminal Contempt. Stoller is attempting to have the Illinois Appellate court shine a light on this secret procedure which is not known to most of the 400 Illinois Cook County Circuit Court Judges. Stay tuned. This is a very important case that is of greater important than just Stoller's current appeal in that this appeal is designed to provide every party with clear instructions and procedures for the filing of a petition for indirect criminal contempt. Leo Stoller is an appellate expert email@example.com
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