About jmdenison

Patent and Trademark Attorney practicing in Chicago, Illinois accepting clients nationwide. We also do trademarks, general intellectual property and business litigation. See our website at www.DenisonLaw.com. Now suspended for 3 years by the Illinois Atty Regn and Disciplinary Commission for blogging about corruption and telling truths that the ARDC wants to cover up. Still a patent agent, tho.

From SK: Courtroom Justice Activists needed in Wheaton Tomorrow at 9:30 to ralley for justice an accountability


Tomorrow there will be a number of Judges at the Wheaton 4th of July parade that I have received  a lot of complaints about.

Litigants who believe that they have not received justice in the DuPage County courts are welcome to come out and meet up with other protesters to rally for justice and accountability at the following address:

The parade starts out at 5/3 Bank
1500 North Main Street Wheaton, IL 60187
815 715 0930 and ask for Silvia
There will be sign boards and lots of flyers to pass out.
Please call the above phone number if interested.
We are actually trying to get together a group of protesters to do each courthouse in Illinois in each county until we have justice and accountability in our Illinois court system.
for more info see the facebook page for Unified Alliance Illinois

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From MF: Why don’t the authorities respond to complaints regarding clergy sexual abuse?


Mike Ference works tirelessly to help victims of clergy sexual abuse.  These people have no place in our churches.  Pray for our churches to stay pure.  Pray for justice for these victims.

from Mike:

Sadly, more whistleblowers of Catholic clergy sex abuse and cover-ups continue to reach out to me; a $10.00 an hour security guard for help in lieu of government agencies and law enforcement officials. We can only assume they trust me more than any PA government official to do the right thing, or to at least try and do the right thing.
Perhaps, it’s time that PA Attorney General Josh Shapiro hire me as independent agent for his office. I would be willing to work as an independent contractor. I would even be willing to work for a measly $10.00 an hour, no benefits, certainly no pension or 401 plan.
Maybe, some of my passion, dedication and…

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From NASGA: Oh, no no no! Kids for cash judge asks for Clemency?


What Chutzpah.  About the worst criminal on earth, a judge that literally ruined the lives of nearly 2,000 innocent children, he files for Clemency?

Let’s repeat what his buddy said, his partner in crime, Ciavarella, — zero tolerance and maximum sentence, always guilty, no attorney and no appeals.

I guess they don’t like their own medicine.

Judges are not above the law.



Kids-for-cash judge seeks clemency

SCRANTON — Disgraced former kids-for-cash Judge Michael T. Conahan seeks clemency on the 17½-year federal prison sentence he is serving.

Conahan, 66, pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy charges in the scandal and has been behind bars since he was sentenced in September 2011. A searchable database on the Department of Justice’s website that was made public in March shows Conahan has a pending request for a sentence commutation, or reduction.

The database does not provide any information about the reason for the…

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From KKD; Lanre Amu refuses to apologize to ARDC for speaking out against corruption




 Indeed,” practicing Law while Black” (without official permission) apparently in Illinois is prohibited, however, the penalties associated therewith are our dirty little secrets.   Indeed, everyone knows that we all are supposed to keep quiet concerning Cook County, Illinois approved corruption.   


If the media were to expose your disciplinary proceeding in an election year the overt racism that you were subjected it might cause a few people who share a dark hue to their skin to not vote for the corrupt POLITICAL ELITE.    Your example of honoring your oath might even breed a quest for the Court to rid itself of corruption!    


Indeed, the overt racism that you were subjected might even tarnish certain favored members of the political elite.    It was very difficult for Mr. Larkin (and by extension the Illinois Supreme Court) to explain how a disciplinary proceeding can (or could) be…

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From EB: Good news: Assisted Decision Making law in Mich. makes it easier to avoid gship


Dolores, 87, sits in her apartment in Northwest Washington on June 22, 2018, discussing how it feel to no longer have a guardian. (Theresa Vargas/The Washington Post)
ColumnistJune 27 at 7:00 AM

The 87-year-old wore a silk dress she had sewn herself. The bright blue fabric featuring yellow, turquoise and lavender flowers pulled at the eyes, and against it, the pale pink stones of her necklace seemed a conservative choice. But that’s not why she wore it.

With a smile, she explained that she had picked the beads less for the statement they made than for the promise they held.

“They’re supposed to help you get a boyfriend,” she said, laughing.

When the woman tells people she is not far from 90, they show genuine surprise. She has…

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From EB: It’s corruption trial season in New York–top govt aides Peroco, Silver and Kaloyeros for contract steering and bid rigging



New York Today: It’s Corruption Trial Season in NY

Alain E. Kaloyeros leaving federal court in 2016.CreditChristian Hansen for The New York Times

Good morning on this toasty Monday.

The weather’s heating up, and so are our courts.

Two major corruption trials are set to begin this week in New York, both featuring defendants who have worked closely with Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.

“It’s been the season for public corruption trials in the Manhattan federal court,” said the New York Times reporter Benjamin Weiser. He noted that these will be the third and fourth major corruption trials in just six months in the same court.

In March, one of the governor’s former top aides, Joseph Percoco, was found guilty in a corruption trial. And in a widely watched retrial in May, Sheldon Silver, the former State Assembly speaker, was…

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From FB: Form I 864 is very important for foreign nationals in divorce court


Sometimes when mothers or fathers lose custody, and were the primary caretaker, they may be an immigrant with a green card who is no longer employable.  However, these persons are not to become public charges, but their sponsor must pay them 125% of the poverty level annually to ensure they do not become public charges.

Read on for more caselaw and information:

From:  http://www.i-864.net/blog/suing-864-december-2016-update

We are publishing an update to our 2012 article, Suing on the I-864, Affidavit of Support. That original article, along with a February 2014 update, is available on our website here. The current article reviews all United States case law concerning enforcement of the I-864, going back to publication of the last article. Together the three articles review every case throughout the United States to consider enforcement of the I-864.

Download the article here: Suing on the I-864 – December 2016 Update

Article text:
This is the…

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