CHICAGO-(AEAE)-ON NOVEMBER 25, 2008 ILLINOIS CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE CAROL BELLOWS ENTERED AN UNCONSTITUTIONAL ORDER OF PROTECTION AGAINST STOLLER BARRING STOLLER FROM PUBLISHING “SPEECH” ON HIS “BLOG”. On June 8, 2009 Stoller was found guilty of violating this unconstitutional Order of Protection and was incarcerated for 37 days in the Illinois Cook County Jail until July 15, 2009 just for blogging in violation of Stoller's first amendment rights and in violation of Stoller's Civil rights under Section 1983. The case is now before the Illinois Appellate court. As a condition of the Order of Protection, Stoller was to refrain from engaging in any defamatory or demeaning behavior.A Order of Protection that prohibits a party from engaging in defamatory or demeaning communications clearly impinges on the Stoller’s first amendment right of free speech. See, e.g., Garrison v Louisiana, 379 US 64, 75; 85 S Ct 209; 13 L Ed 2d 125 (1964) (“The First . . . Amendment embod[ies] our profound national commitment to the principle that debate on public issues should be uninhibited, robust, and wide-open, and that it may well include vehement, caustic, and sometimes unpleasantly sharp attacks on government and public officials.”on in setting the conditions of and Order of Protection or a condition of probation. People v Winquest, 115 Mich App 215, 220; 320 NW2d 346 (1982). Stoller is preparing a Civil Rights law suit against all of the parties responsible for the false Arrest, false imprisonment which will be filed within 3 weeks.