CHICAGO-(AEAE)-STOLLER WAS UNDER UNDUE INFLUENCE AND FORCED TO SIGN AN AGREEMENT TO DISMISS HIS MALICIOUS PROSECUTION, FALSE IMPRISONMENT 2007 LAWSUIT AGAINST THE VILLAGE OF ELMWOOD PARK, MAYOR OF ELMWOOD PARK, CHIEF OF POLICE ET AL. Stoller was unlawfully held in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections the first time on June 6, 2005 until June 8, 2005 on a "frivilious" domestic battery charge which was latter dismissed in Stoller's favor, giving rise to a malicious prosecution, false arrest and false imprisionment lawsuit. During Stoller latest "false" arrest and "false" imprisionment in the Cook County Jail for the "Crime" of publishing "Speech" on the Internet for 37 days, Stoller was given the opportunity for his "freedom" only on the condition that he sign a divorce settlement agreement and an a agreement to dismiss the Elmwood Park Case. The Elmwood Park Case was later dismissed as a result of Stoller's "coerced" agreenent to dismiss the Elmwood Park. Now the question posed to the Illinois Appellate Court is wheither a person, hand cuffed, in the custody of the Cook County Depart of Corrections, who is forced to enter into an agreement in order to obtain his freedom, can such an agreement be invalid based on the doctrine of "Undue Influence?" What is your opinion? You are invited to leave a comment or email Ldms4@hotmail.com
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