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Judge J. Prochaska Edward

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Winnebago County

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Winnebago County

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Judge Vidal retired on December 1, ...

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Judge Vidal retired on December 1, 2006, and J. Edward Prochaska was elected in the November 6, 2006 general election to the position of Winnebago County Judge to fill the vacancy created by Judge Vidal's retirement.

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Mr. Vance filed a Request to Take Judicial Notice of Pertinent Indisputable Facts of Record on January 17, 2007, and therein asked Judge Prochaska to take judicial notice of those facts of Record when rendering his ruling of Mr. Vance's Motion for Order Consistent with the Evidence.
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Judge Prochaska summarily "Heard and Denied" Mr. Vance's Motion for Order Consistent with the Evidence by an Order dated February 12, 2007.
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Mr. Vance claims that Judge Prochaska effectively stated that Mr. Vance's attempts to exercise his right to due process were wasting Judge Prochaska's time.
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Mr. Vance claims that Judge Prochaska effectively stated that Mr. Vance's attempts to exercise his right to due process were wasting Judge Prochaska's time.
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Alarmed by Judge Prochaska's actions, Mr. Vance did research and discovered that Judge Prochaska accepted contributions to his 2006 election campaign from several Hinshaw & Culbertson attorneys and partners.
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Alarmed by Judge Prochaska's actions, Mr. Vance did research and discovered that Judge Prochaska accepted contributions to his 2006 election campaign from several Hinshaw & Culbertson attorneys and partners.
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That pleading also set forth the fact that the Illinois Code of Judicial Conduct requires Judge Prochaska to disqualify himself from the Cases against Mr. Vance due to his noted conflict of interest.
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Judge Prochaska refused to disqualify himself and proceeded immediately to conduct a trial of Mr. Vance.
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Illinois Law prohibits Judge Prochaska from hearing that Petition because he is the judge named it in.
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On July 5, 2007, Mr. Vance filed a Emergency Motion Requesting the Chief Judge Hear the Petition for Substitution of Judge Prochaska for Cause with the Clerk of the Circuit Court and asked that a hearing be scheduled before the Chief Judge.


Judge J. Edward Prochaska ...

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Judge J. Edward Prochaska approved the settlement which involves more than 500 homes that suffered flooding in the City of Rockford, Illinois.


Conflict of Interest

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Judge Vidal retired on December 1, 2006, and J. Edward Prochaska was elected in the November 6, 2006 general election to the position of Winnebago County Judge to fill the vacancy created by Judge Vidal's retirement.

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Mr. Vance filed a Request to Take Judicial Notice of Pertinent Indisputable Facts of Record on January 17, 2007, and therein asked Judge Prochaska to take judicial notice of those facts of Record when rendering his ruling of Mr. Vance's Motion for Order Consistent with the Evidence.
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Judge Prochaska summarily " Heard and Denied" Mr. Vance's Motion for Order Consistent with the Evidence by an Order dated February 12, 2007. Mr. Vance claims that prior to signing that Order, drafted by Charles Prorok, Judge Prochaska told Mr. Vance that he was going to deny the Motion because Mr. Vance had filed too many motions and the trial had been rescheduled too many times. Mr. Vance claims that Judge Prochaska effectively stated that Mr. Vance's attempts to exercise his right to due process were wasting Judge Prochaska's time. Mr. Vance claims that Judge Prochaska effectively stated that Mr. Vance's attempts to exercise his right to due process were wasting Judge Prochaska's time.
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Alarmed by Judge Prochaska's actions, Mr. Vance did research and discovered that Judge Prochaska accepted contributions to his 2006 election campaign from several Hinshaw & Culbertson attorneys and partners.
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Alarmed by Judge Prochaska's actions, Mr. Vance did research and discovered that Judge Prochaska accepted contributions to his 2006 election campaign from several Hinshaw & Culbertson attorneys and partners.
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That pleading also set forth the fact that the Illinois Code of Judicial Conduct requires Judge Prochaska to disqualify himself from the Cases against Mr. Vance due to his noted conflict of interest.
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Judge Prochaska refused to disqualify himself and proceeded immediately to conduct a trial of Mr. Vance.
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Illinois Law prohibits Judge Prochaska from hearing that Petition because he is the judge named it in.
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On July 5, 2007, Mr. Vance filed a Emergency Motion Requesting the Chief Judge Hear the Petition for Substitution of Judge Prochaska for Cause with the Clerk of the Circuit Court and asked that a hearing be scheduled before the Chief Judge.


Judge J. Edward Prochaska ...

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Judge J. Edward Prochaska issued a ruling Thursday that sided with the commission in all but one area. Prochaska found that the commission had overstepped its authority when it said Booker could be fired if he committed any violation within one year of his suspension. The commission does not have the authority to issue that kind of probationary period, Prochaska ruled. It can only issue suspension without pay for a total of 180 days within any one-year time frame, reduce an officer's rank or discharge him or her from the department.


Judge J. Edward Prochaska ...

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Judge J. Edward Prochaska hadn't received paperwork from the state needed before the hearing, although he noted that "this motion has to be decided quickly."

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Prochaska said his decision on the motion to stay the closure might be moot by next week because state officials are so far along in the process. He said he's not preventing Singer from "ramping down."
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Judge J. Edward Prochaska hadn't received paperwork from the state needed before the hearing, although he noted that "this motion has to be decided quickly."
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Prochaska said his decision on the motion to stay the closure might be moot by next week because state officials are so far along in the process. He said he's not preventing Singer from "ramping down."

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