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2015-CH-11292
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To: Matthew Vincent Topic
matt@loevy.com

NOTICE OF ELECTRONIC FILING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS
PRISON LEGAL NEWS vs. ILL. DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS
2015-CH-11292
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matt@loevy.com
(312) 243-5902
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DOROTHY BROWN
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
COOK COUNTY
RICHARD J. DALEY CENTER, ROOM 1001
CHICAGO, IL 60602
(312) 603-5031
courtclerk@cookcountycourt.com

Chancery Division Civil Cover Sheet - General Chancery Section

(Rev. 6/15/09) CCCH 0623

IN THE CIRCUIT CIVIL COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS
COUNTY DEPARTMENT, COUNTY DIVISION

PRISON LEGAL NEWS
Plantiff

v.

ILL. DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS
Defendant

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No.

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CIRCUIT COURT OF
COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS
CHANCERY DIVISION
CLERK DOROTHY BROWN

CHANCERY DIVISION CIVIL COVER SHEET
GENERAL CHANCERY SECTION
A Chancery Division Civil Cover Sheet - General Chancery Section shall be filed with the initial complaint
in all actions filed in the General Chancery Section of Chancery Division. The information contained herein is for
administrative purposes only. Please check the line in front of the appropriate category which best characterizes
your action being filed.

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Administrative Review
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General Chancery
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Foreign Transcript
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By: /s MATTHEW VINCENT TOPIC
Attorney
Atty. No.: 41295
Name: LOEVY & LOEVY
Atty. for: PRISON LEGAL NEWS
Address: 312N MAY 100
City/State/Zip: CHICAGO, IL 60607
Telephone: (312) 243-5900
DOROTHY BROWN, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS

Pro Se

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CIRCUIT COURT OF
COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS
CHANCERY DIVISION
COUNTY DEPARTMENT, CHANCERY DIVISION
CLERK DOROTHY BROWN
PRISON LEGAL NEWS,
Plaintiff,
v.
ILLINOIS DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS,
Defendant.

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COMPLAINT

NOW COMES Plaintiff, PRISON LEGAL NEWS, by its undersigned attorneys, LOEVY
& LOEVY, and brings this Freedom of Information Act suit to force Defendant ILLINOIS
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS to produce information about charges for prison inmate
services and how IDOC may be profiting from them. The information is of significant public
interest and PLN intends to use the information to expose IDOC’s practices and to advocate for
reform before the Federal Communications Commission during ongoing rulemaking.

This

public interest substantially outweighs the alleged “burden” on IDOC to collect and produce this
information. In support of its Complaint, PLN alleges:
INTRODUCTION
1.

Pursuant to the fundamental philosophy of the American constitutional form of

government, it is the public policy of the State of Illinois that all persons are entitled to full and
complete information regarding the affairs of government and the official acts and policies of
those who represent them as public officials and public employees consistent with the terms of
the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (“FOIA”). 5 ILCS 140/1.

2.

All public records of a public body are presumed to be open to inspection or

copying. Any public body that asserts that a record is exempt from disclosure has the burden of
proving by clear and convincing evidence that it is exempt. 5 ILCS 140/1.2.
3.

While public bodies may deny requests deemed “unduly burdensome,” the burden

of compliance must outweigh the public interest in disclosure. 3 ILCS 140/3(g).
4.

ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS has violated FOIA by claiming

that records showing the costs for inmate services and the extent to which IDOC profits from
them is insufficiently important to require IDOC to look for and produce a modest number of
responsive records.

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5.

Upon information and belief, IDOC has denied PLN’s requests not because of the

alleged burden but because IDOC knows that PLN will use the information to expose
profiteering at the expense of the incarcerated and their families.
PARTIES
6.

Plaintiff PRISON LEGAL NEWS is a project of the Human Rights Defense

Center, a not-for-profit, Washington charitable corporation under IRS Code § 501(c)(3), with
offices in Lake Worth, Florida. PLN publishes Prison Legal News, a monthly journal of prison
news and analysis. Among other activities, PLN investigates exploitation of inmates and their
families by jails and prisons, publicizes its findings, and advocates for reform.
7.

Defendant ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS is an Illinois public

body with offices in Chicago, IL.
BACKGROUND
8.

A large and lucrative industry exists for the provision of essential services to

inmates, including telephone services, video visitation, electronic messaging, funds transfer,
commissary, book ordering, and others.
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9.

Despite the well-documented importance of inmates maintaining relationships

with the outside world, see, e.g., Procunier v. Martinez, 416 U.S. 396, 412-13 (1974), and
despite the fact that most inmates and their families are of limited means, the rates for these key
services that are charged to inmates and their families are too often exorbitant.
10.

While IDOC is hiding its current rate information, data PLN obtained in 2013

showed that IDOC had among the highest phone rates in the country.
11.

Jails and prisons frequently receive a portion of the proceeds collected from

inmates and their families from the service providers (who are selected by the prisons and jails).
12.

In 2011, PLN co-founded the national Campaign for Prison Phone Justice. In

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2013, the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council awarded the Campaign its Digital
Pioneer for Social Justice Award.
13.

PLN uses inmate service data to support its public education and advocacy

efforts. For example, PLN champions for state and federal policies that would rein in the
exorbitant phone rates that prisons charge many inmates. In July 2014, PLN staff provided data
and testimony at a Federal Communications Commission workshop about capping prison phone
rates and related issues. Months later, the FCC ordered a number of prison phone service
reforms. The national news media have reported on PLN’s work in this area dozens of times in
recent years, including USA Today, The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, Rolling
Stone, The Seattle Times, the Tennessean and various online and broadcast reports.
14.

PLN routinely seeks and receives from other departments of correction exactly

the information sought in the requests at issue here.
15.

PLN will use the information obtained through the requests to educate the public

about this issue and to advocate before the FCC and elsewhere.

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PLN’S FOIA REQUESTS AND IDOC’S IMPROPER DENIALS
16.

On March 27, 2015, PLN made 24 FOIA requests to IDOC seeking contracts,

payments from services providers to IDOC, and rate and fee information for various services
provided to inmates and their families. A true and correct copy of the requests is attached as
Exhibit A.
17.

On April 6, 2015, IDOC asserted, under FOIA Section 3(g), that the requests were

unduly burdensome. A true and correct copy of the response is attached as Exhibit B.
18.

On June 15, 2015, PLN responded to IDOC’s undue burden claim, explaining

that: (1) each of the 24 requests must be separately considered, contrary to IDOC’s aggregation

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of the requests; (2) none of the requests are categorical, and so Section 3(g) is inapplicable; (3)
all of the records pertain to the receipt or use of public funds and therefore are per se non-exempt
under FOIA; (4) the requests were not nearly as broad as IDOC claimed; and (5) the public
interest in disclosure (which was completely ignored in IDOC’s undue burden assertion) is
substantial and outweighs the burden of production, but in any event, PLN would agree to give
IDOC 30 days to produce the records instead of the statutorily required five days. A true and
correct copy of PLN’s response is attached as Exhibit C.
19.

After IDOC failed to respond to PLN’s June 15 email, PLN contacted IDOC’s

Legal Counsel on July 23, 2015, in hopes of resolving the requests. Less than 40 minutes later,
IDOC replied, stating: “I disagree with your assessment of 3(g) and I decline your request to
reconsider.” A true and correct copy of the email exchange is included in Exhibit C.
COUNT I – VIOLATION OF FOIA BY IDOC
20.

The above paragraphs are incorporated by reference.

21.

ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS is a public body under FOIA.

22.

The requested records are public records of IDOC.
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23.

IDOC has refused to produce the requested records on the basis of undue burden.

24.

Production of the records is not unduly burdensome.

25.

IDOC has willfully and intentionally violated FOIA at least for the reasons that,

(1) upon information and belief, IDOC refuses to produce the records because it fears negative
press or adverse regulatory action, not because it would truly be unduly burdensome, and (2)
IDOC’s undue burden claim is objectively unreasonable and lacks any good faith legal basis.
WHEREFORE, PLN asks that the Court:
i.

in accordance with FOIA Section 11(f), afford this case precedence on the Court’s
docket except as to causes the Court considers to be of greater importance, assign

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this case for hearing and trial at the earliest practicable date, and expedite this
case in every way;
ii.

declare that IDOC has violated FOIA;

iii.

order IDOC to produce the requested records;

iv.

enjoin IDOC from withholding non-exempt public records under FOIA;

v.

order IDOC to pay civil penalties;

vi.

award PLN reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs;

vii.

award such other relief the Court considers appropriate.
RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED,

____________________________
Attorneys for Plaintiff
PRISON LEGAL NEWS
Matthew Topic
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LOEVY & LOEVY
312 North May St., Suite 100
Chicago, IL 60607
312-243-5900
matt@loevy.com
Atty. No. 41295

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Human Rights Defense Center
DEDICATED TO PROTECTING HUMAN RIGHTS
March 27, 2015
Lisa Weitekamp
Freedom of Information Officer
Illinois Department of Corrections
1301 Concordia Court
P.O. Box 19277
Springfield, IL 62794-9277
Re:

Illinois Freedom of Information Act Request

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As editor of the monthly journal Prison Legal News, a project of the nonprofit Human Rights
Defense Center, I am requesting, pursuant to Illinois Freedom of Information Act, § 5 ILCS
140/1 et seq., copies of the following documents:
1. All contracts or other agreements, including all exhibits, addenda and extensions,
between the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) and any provider of telephone
services for use by prisoners or other detainees that have been in effect at any time from
January 1, 2013 to present.
2. Documents detailing all payments made to or on behalf of IDOC from or on behalf of any
telephone service provider from January 1, 2013 to present.
3. Documents detailing rates for telephone calls made by prisoners or other detainees of
IDOC that have been in effect at any time from January 1, 2013 to present.
4. Documents detailing all fees related to use of telephone services by the prisoners or other
detainees of IDOC that have been in effect at any time from January 1, 2013 to present.
This request specifically includes all ancillary fees incurred by people who accept calls
from prisoners or other detainees, including any fees related to prepaid phone accounts.
5. All contracts or other agreements, including exhibits, addenda and extensions, between
IDOC and any provider of video visitation services that have been in effect at any time
from January 1, 2010 to present.
6. Records detailing all payments made to or on behalf of IDOC from or on behalf of any
video visitation provider from January 1, 2010 to present.
7. Documents detailing rates for video visitation services at IDOC that have been in effect at
any time from January 1, 2010 to present.
______________________________________________________________________________
P.O. Box 1151
Lake Worth, FL 33460
Phone: 561.360.2523 Fax: 866.735.7136
pwright@prisonlegalnews.org
Exhibit A

HRDC Illinois Freedom of Information Act Request Letter to IDOC
March 27, 2015
______________________________________________________________________________
8. Documents detailing all fees related to video visitation services at IDOC facilities that
have been in effect at any time from January 1, 2010 present.
9. All contracts or other agreements, including exhibits, addenda and extensions, between
IDOC and any provider of email or electronic messaging services for use by prisoners or
other detainees that have been in effect at any time from January 1, 2010 to present.
10. Records detailing all payments made to or on behalf of IDOC from or on behalf of any
provider of email or electronic messaging services for use by prisoners or other detainees
from January 1, 2010 to present.

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11. Documents detailing rates email or electronic messaging services for use by prisoners or
other detainees at facilities operated by IDOC that have been in effect at any time from
January 1, 2010 to present.
12. Documents detailing all ancillary fees related to email or electronic messaging services
for use by prisoners or other detainees at facilities operated by IDOC that have been in
effect at any time from January 1, 2010 present.
13. All contracts or other agreements, including exhibits, addendums and extensions,
between IDOC and any provider of services used to transfer funds to people upon their
release from incarceration by IDOC, that have been in effect at any time from January 1,
2010 to present.
14. Records detailing all payments made to or on behalf of IDOC from or on behalf of any
provider of services used to transfer funds to people upon their release from incarceration
by IDOC from January 1, 2010 to present.
15. Documents detailing all ancillary fees related to the transfer of funds to people upon their
release from incarceration by IDOC, including but not limited to all cardholder
agreements that have been in effect at any time from January 1, 2010 to present.
16. All contracts or other agreements, including exhibits, addenda and extensions, between
IDOC and any provider of money transfer services, including but not limited to any
services whereby members of the public can send money to prisoners or other detainees
for placement on their institutional accounts, that have been in effect at any time from
January 1, 2010 to present.
17. Records detailing all payments made to or on behalf of IDOC from or on behalf of any
money transfer services provider from January 1, 2010 to present.
18. Documents detailing all ancillary fees related to money transfer services, including but
not limited to fees charged to send money to prisoners or other detainees for placement
on their institutional accounts that have been in effect at any time from January 1, 2010 to
present.
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HRDC Illinois Freedom of Information Act Request Letter to IDOC
March 27, 2015
______________________________________________________________________________
19. All contracts or other agreements, including exhibits, addenda and extensions, between
IDOC and any provider of institutional commissary or canteen services that have been in
effect at any time from January 1, 2010 to present.
20. Records detailing all payments made to or on behalf of IDOC from or on behalf of any
institutional commissary or canteen services provider from January 1, 2010 to present.
21. All contracts or other agreements, including exhibits, addenda and extensions, between
IDOC and any provider of prisoner package services (i.e., services that allow prisoners or
other detainees to order goods from private companies, such as Union Supply, Access,
Jack L. Marcus Company, etc.), that have been in effect at any time from January 1, 2010
to present.

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22. Records detailing all payments made to or on behalf of IDOC from or on behalf of any
prisoner package services provider from January 1, 2010 to present.
23. All contracts or other agreements, including exhibits, addenda and extensions, between
IDOC and any provider of book ordering services used by prisoners or other detainees in
effect at any time from January 1, 2010 to present.
24. Records detailing all payments made to or on behalf of IDOC from or on behalf of any
provider of book ordering services for prisoners or other detainees from January 1, 2010
to present.
I request that the above-described public records be provided in electronic format, via email, if
they exist in or can be converted to electronic format.
If you claim that any of the requested records are not a public record, or you claim a privilege not
to disclose any record, please respond by identifying any such records and explaining your claim
that it is not a public record or why it is privileged or confidential or otherwise exempt, in
accordance with § 5 ILCS 140/9. Please produce all records for which you do not claim an
exemption or privilege.
In accordance with § 5 ILCS 140/7, if you claim that any portion of any record is exempt, please
redact that portion of the record that you believe is exempt and provide both the statutory citation
to any exemption you believe is applicable and the specific reasons for your conclusion that the
redacted portion of the record is exempt from disclosure and produce the remainder of the
record(s).
The use of these records by our non-profit organization is likely to contribute significantly to a
public understanding of the operations of IDOC and their disclosure is clearly in the public
interest. Accordingly, we request a waiver of all fees for this request. Please email all records
responsive to this request to Ryan Barrett: rbarrett@prisonlegalnews.org. I look forward to your
prompt reply.

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HRDC Illinois Freedom of Information Act Request Letter to IDOC
March 27, 2015
______________________________________________________________________________
Sincerely,

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Paul Wright
Executive Director, HRDC

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Exhibit B

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Matt Topic <matt@loevy.com>

RE: FOIA 150403046
1 message
Diers, Joel M. <JOEL.DIERS@doc.illinois.gov>
Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 2:13 PM
To: Matt Topic <matt@loevy.com>, "Foreman, Jennifer" <Jennifer.Foreman@doc.illinois.gov>, "Ford, Delbert"
<Delbert.Ford@doc.illinois.gov>
Cc: Caroline Hirst <caroline@loevy.com>

I disagree with your assessment of 3(g) and I decline your request to reconsider.
 
Thank You
 
Joel M. Diers
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Legal Counsel
Illinois Department of Corrections
(217) 558­2200 x 4110
 

From: Matt Topic [mailto:matt@loevy.com] 
Sent: Thursday, July 23, 2015 1:36 PM
To: Foreman, Jennifer; Diers, Joel M.; Ford, Delbert
Cc: Caroline Hirst
Subject: Fwd: FOIA 150403046
 
I did not receive a response to the below email, nor a bounce­back message.  Either way, please get back to me
in the next five business days.
 
 

Matthew Topic
Loevy & Loevy
 
312 N. May Street, Suite 100
Chicago, IL 60607
312­789­4973 (office)
773­368­8812 (cell)

Exhibit C

matt@loevy.com

 

The sender of this email is an attorney. The information contained in this communication is confidential, may be
attorney­client privileged, may be attorney work product, and is intended only for the use of the addressee. It is
the property of the sender. Unauthorized use, disclosure or copying of this communication or any part thereof is
strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. If you have received this communication in error, please notify me
immediately by return e­mail, and destroy this communication and all copies thereof, including all attachments.
 
 
­­­­­­­­­­ Forwarded message ­­­­­­­­­­
From: Matt Topic <matt@loevy.com>
Date: Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 11:26 AM
Subject: FOIA 150403046
To: Lisa.weitekamp@doc.illinois.gov
Cc: Caroline Hirst <caroline@loevy.com>, paul wright <pwright@prisonlegalnews.org>
Dear FOIA Officer:
 
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I represent Paul Wright and Prison Legal News, a project of the nonprofit Human Rights Defense Center, in
connection with the attached FOIA request.  Please direct all future correspondence on this matter to me.  We
disagree that the requests are unduly burdensome and ask you to reconsider.   
 

We disagree that IDOC may aggregate the 24 requests together in determining whether the request is unduly
burdensome.  Each of the 24 requests must be separately considered.  Further, none of the requests call for all
records falling within a category, but rather, seek discrete records.  As such, Section 3(g) cannot apply.  And
regardless, the requested records all pertain to the receipt, obligation, and/or use of public funds, and therefore
are subject to disclosure without exception.  5 ILCS 140/2.5; Ill. Const. Art. VIII, Sec. 1(c).
 
It also appears that you are misconstruing the requests.  As should be clear from the requests, we seek, for
telephone services, video visitation, electronic mail, fund transfers, commissary, package services, and book
ordering, the following records: contracts, records showing the payments received by IDOC from the providers,
records showing the rates, and records showing the fees.  The requests do not seek every record related to
these contracts or services, but only these narrow and discrete records.  The requests can likely be satisfied by
producing the contract documents, financial records showing payments from the providers to IDOC, and policies
or similar documents showing the rates and fees.  We have obtained this information many many other state
DOCs without incident and have received similar information from IDOC in the past.
 
Finally, Section 3(g) applies only if the burden outweighs the public interest in disclosure and your response fails
to address the public interest.  There is a significant public interest in evaluating these issues as part of a local
and national debate that outweighs any burden.
 
We ask that IDOC reconsider its position and let me know either way in the next five business days.  We are
wiling to grant IDOC 30 calendar days from today to produce the records if it commits to doing so within the next
five business days.  Please email me any time with questions or to set up a time to talk, if needed.  Please
conduct all communications on this requests through email and not the mail.
 

Thank you,
 

Matthew Topic
Loevy & Loevy
 
312 N. May Street, Suite 100
Chicago, IL 60607
312­789­4973 (office)
773­368­8812 (cell)
matt@loevy.com

 

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The sender of this email is an attorney. The information contained in this communication is confidential, may be
attorney­client privileged, may be attorney work product, and is intended only for the use of the addressee. It is
the property of the sender. Unauthorized use, disclosure or copying of this communication or any part thereof is
strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. If you have received this communication in error, please notify me
immediately by return e­mail, and destroy this communication and all copies thereof, including all attachments.
 
 

2120 - Served
2220 - Not Served
2320 - Served By Mail
2420 - Served By Publication

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2421 - Served By Publication
(2/18/11) CCG N001

ALIAS - SUMMONS

SUMMONS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS
CHANCERY
COUNTY DEPARTMENT,
DIVISION

No. 2015-CH-11292
PRISON LEGAL NEWS
(Name all parties)
v.

Defendant Address:
ILL. DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS
100 W. RANDOLPH
JAMES THOMPSON CENTER
CHICAGO, IL 60601

ILL. DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS

Summons
To each Defendant:

ALIAS - SUMMONS

SUMMONS

YOU ARE SUMMONED and required to file an answer to the complaint in this case, a copy of which is
hereto attached, or otherwise file your appearance, and pay the required fee, in the Office of the Clerk of this Court at the
following location:
Richard J. Daley Center, 50 W. Washington, Room

802

,Chicago, Illinois 60602

District 2 - Skokie
5600 Old Orchard Rd.
Skokie, IL 60077

District 3 - Rolling Meadows
2121 Euclid
Rolling Meadows, IL 60008

District 4 - Maywood
1500 Maybrook Ave.
Maywood, IL 60153

District 5 - Bridgeview
10220 S. 76th Ave.
Bridgeview, IL 60455

District 6 - Markham
16501 S. Kedzie Pkwy.
Markham, IL 60426

Child Support
28 North Clark St., Room 200
Chicago, Illinois 60602

You must file within 30 days after service of this Summons, not counting the day of service.
IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO, A JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT MAY BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR THE RELIEF
REQUESTED IN THE COMPLAINT.
To the officer:
This Summons must be returned by the officer or other person to whom it was given for service, with endorsement
of service and fees, if any, immediately after service. If service cannot be made, this Summons shall be returned so endorsed.
This Summons may not be served later than 30 days after its date.
41295
Atty. No.:__________________

Monday, 27 July
2015
WITNESS, __________________________, ____________

LOEVY & LOEVY
Name: ________________________________________________
PRISON LEGAL NEWS
Atty. for: ______________________________________________
312N MAY 100
Address: ______________________________________________
CHICAGO, IL 60607
City/State/Zip: __________________________________________
(312) 243-5900
Telephone: _____________________________________________

/s DOROTHY BROWN
_____________________________________________
Clerk of Court
Date of service: _______________________, __________
(To be inserted by officer on copy left with defendant
or other person)

Service by Facsimile Transmission will be accepted at: ________________________________________________________________
(Area Code)
(Facsimile Telephone Number)

/s DOROTHY BROWN, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS

Chancery DIVISION
Litigant List
Printed on 07/27/2015
Case Number: 2015-CH-11292

Page 1 of 1

Plaintiffs
Plaintiffs Name

Plaintiffs Address

State Zip

Unit #

PRISON LEGAL NEWS

Total Plaintiffs: 1

Defendants
Defendant Name

Defendant Address

State

ILL. DEPT. OF
CORRECTIONS

100 W. RANDOLPH CHICAGO,

IL

Unit #
60601 JAMES

Service By
Sheriff-Clerk

Total Defendants: 1



 

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