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August 18, 2022

Wilmington: John Norton Escorted From Courthouse Again, His Motion Denied –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On July 29, 2020

WILL CO., IL. (ECWd) –

In an attempt at reversing the Court’s October 24, 2019 Plenary Stalking, No Contact Order against him, John Norton decided to file a Motion for “Contenpt” (misspelling intentional) against the attorney for the woman he [Norton] was stalking.

In today’s Hearing, the Court DENIED the Motion for Contenpt and set a new Hearing date for Norton’s Motion to Vacate the One-Year Plenary Stalking/No Contact Order (Emergency Stalking Order Here) for August 25, 2020, at 9:00 a.m. He tried  a reconsideration before and it was also Denied (here).

After the Hearing was over, Norton attempted to approach the bench again, while wildly flailing his arms and yelling something unintelligible about us being in the courtroom and that he needed police escort to his vehicle (something he never requests during township meetings).

Court Security removed him from the front of the courtroom and told him to sit in a bench about halfway to the back.

Later, we spotted him being escorted, while not wearing a mask, to his vehicle by a Will County Deputy (video below)

From the Docket:

07/29/2020 Order – Denying Motion
07/29/2020 SC – Defendants Motion
Plaintiff present by Attorney, Robert Hanlon. Defendant present pro
se. Cause comes on Defendant’s motion for order of contempt of
court and hearing on Defendant’s motion to vacate. Arguments heard.
Motion for contempt is denied. Defendant’s motion to vacate is
entered and continued for hearing. Defendant leaves Courthouse
before receiving copy of order. Plaintiff’s attorney to email
copies of today’s orders to Defendant. Termination date of
10/23/2020 stands.

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