STOLLER FILES HIS APPEAL BRIEF IN THE WEBER CASE IN THE ILLINOIS APPELLATE COURT, WEBER FILES A CROSS APPEAL
CHICAGO-(AEAE)-ILLINOIS CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE THOMSA DUDGEON ISSUED AN EX PARTE ORDER ON JULY 9, 2009 GRANTING A JUDGMENT IN FAVOR OF RQYMOND H. WEBER FOR Sixteen Thousand Dollars in a contested guardianship case. Raymond H. Weber a convicted felon and “ward” sought an accounting in a guarding ship case. Judge Dudgeon granted judgment in favor of Weber stating that the Probate Act “trumps” the Illinois Power of Attorney Act. Stoller has filed his Appeal brief. Weber who is represented by Prairie Legal Services filed a cross appeal. Stoller had charged Weber and his attorney Laura Myers Esq., with indirect criminal contempt for attempting to defraud the court and the surety company out of over $30,000. Judge Dudgeon denied Weber's motion for reconsideration and denied awarding Weber any additional funds. Notwithstanding Weber and Prairie Legal Services filed a cross appeal seeking an additional $30,000 which according to Stoller brief is a “clear” fraud on the Court and the Surety Company. Weber's appeal brief is due January 26, 2010. Stay tuned this is an interesting case which should make “new” law.
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