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This is absolutely ridiculous. With filing fees reaching $400 per case and the system being mostly computerized, how is it that the court system needs more money.
I think Evans should be suing Dorothy Brown to fully computerized the court system, put recording devices in every courtroom, provide computers to transcribe and put everything online like Pacer for 8 cents per page.
Pacer must be raking in millions.
The Federal Court system isn’t struggling, so why is Cook County so screwed up?
The key to all of this is getting rid of non tech savvy anyone in the court system and automating everything.
The beverage tax was a disaster. The bag tax is just as bad.
What they really want (the Mayor and the Cook County President) is a tax on breathing Cook County air, so just go ahead and do that.
IT APPEARS THAT THE SYKES CASE STILL LIVES!
Few cases involve the infamy that this particular case has. IT IS A MONUMENT TO PUBLIC CORRUPTION that is heretofore unmasked in American jurisprudence. Indeed, judicial corruption has been exposed before, but, few cases match Sykes.
Please let me explain – The record documents in this case are replete with irrefutable evidence of FRAUD. The miscreants were open and notorious in their misbehavior – in fact they were proud of it. Let’s start with the service of summons.
Mary Sykes sought an order of protection from the person names as plenary guardian because she caught that person alleging stealing several thousand dollars from her. The plenary guardian countered by filing a Petition for guardianship…
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With Chicago being a major center for health care fraud (see the tales of death of Jay Brouckmeersch, murdered in probate, Mary Sykes, Dorothy Baker, Helen Rector, Alan Frake, etc.) this comes as no surprise:
United States Attorney’s Office in Chicago Creates New Unit to Prosecute Criminal Health Care Fraud Violations
CHICAGO — Joel R. Levin, Acting United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, today announced the creation of a new unit dedicated to the prosecution of criminal health care fraud violations.
The newly created Health Care Fraud Unit will operate within the office’s Criminal Division. The unit will be tasked with prosecuting defendants in all types of health care fraud, from providers who engage in fraudulent billing schemes to doctors who falsify patients’ diagnoses to justify expensive tests or procedures that aren’t medically necessary.
“Every year, health care fraud causes millions of dollars in losses…
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