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Procedures for Cook County Circuit Court Chancery Division


Filing – You must have Chancery Division cover sheet, check for fee or Petition for Indigency Status, Original Complaint, and Summons prepared to file. File in room 802 Daley Center or Suburban Branch of Court.

Forms – (Such as cover sheet and summons) available on line at web site for Clerk of Circuit Court of Cook County:    http://www.cookcountyclerkofcourt.org/?Section=FormsPage&FormsPage=ALL&FORMNAME=&TITLE=&Submit=Submit 

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3 Comments »

  1. Your comment about the cover sheet. The intake clerk loses it? Checked my case file and the cover sheet was missing.

    Comment by PRO SE — June 30, 2010 @ 8:07 pm

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  3. This blog is entirely written by me with no help and no funding from anyone, solely done as a public service and to expose corruption in Illinois. Over the years I have sought advice from attorneys and legal experts and read extensively legal materials.

    I do accept contributions to my legal fund so that I can defend myself against the retaliation these blogs incite againt me. I am a target as I expose the “myth of American justice” and the corruption of the federal and state judges, police, court clerk, FBI and U.S. Attorney in Chicago; http://cookcountyjudges.wordpress.com and http://cookcountysheriffdeputies.wordpress.com and http://illinoiscorruption.blogspot.com.

    Contributions can be made to Albukerk & Associates (for Linda Shelton legal defense), at 1450 W. Randolph, Chicago IL 60607 – I also accept donations such as Staples gift cards, sent to me at Albukerek’s office, which I use to pay for copy paper, toner, and other supplies needed to do legal research.

    Comment by Linda Shelton — February 2, 2012 @ 1:07 pm


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