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July 24, 2024

Bond County: Notice of Due Process Rights Being Invoked against Gov Pritzker’s Non-essential Business and Stay-at-Home Orders –

By Kirk Allen & John Kraft

On May 1, 2020

Illinois – (ECWd) –

Thomas DeVore of Silverlake Law has issued NOTICE OF DUE PROCESS RIGHTS BEING INVOKED on behalf of  D&K Fitness, Inc. dba The Zone and Lance Stone, a Vietnam veteran and citizen of Bond County.  The notices were issued to the Bond County States Attorney, Greenville Police Chief, and the Bond County Health Department, as a result of the Business and individual being served with the IDPH Directive.

The Notices of Due Process Rights Invoked indicate that the State’s Attorney has been given 48 hours to seek court action against them for non-compliance, and after the 48 hours, if no pending court action is had, the business has stated it will open and the resident will travel according to his natural and God-given rights.

We urge EVERYONE to read these documents as this is the very process our law outlines regarding a person or businesses due process rights and is specifically what he IDPH letters pointed to as the process to be followed in the law.  If you read these two articles here and here, you will see that the letters included in this article are exactly what we said was the procedure if the government wanted to quarantine/isolate or close a person’s business.

We commend Mr. DeVore for the action he took and appreciate the method of cooperation invoked in his letters.

We anticipate the Health Department will not be able to meet the burden of proof the law requires, which we outlined in this article just yesterday.

You can view the notices below or download at the links here and here.

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  • Dave
    Posted at 15:43h, 01 May Reply

    Our third world banana republic dictator Pritzker, doesn’t care about due process of law. State statutes don’t overrule our constitutionally protected rights

  • NiteCat
    Posted at 16:03h, 01 May Reply

    When has the ordinary IL resident been “allowed” to enjoy these rights??? Certainly not from our state constitution or as practiced by our political leaders, GA, Unions and the rich. We’re only here to fund their friends & family plans. Glad to see someone forcing our leaders to follow the statutory provisions in the IDPH epidemic law, which BTW, overrides the IEMA law the Governor seems to think his limitless authority lies in.

  • Jason Taylor
    Posted at 16:10h, 01 May Reply

    I cannot hardly contain my anger over this. Pritzker had no business deciding what was essential and what wasn’t. I consider churches and hair salons, barber shops, dine-in restaurants essential. His original EO is a direct violation of our 1st, 2nd, 4th amendments to name a few. Thank you for the work you do.

  • A. Lincoln
    Posted at 16:38h, 01 May Reply

    Someone with public relations, organizational and media/internet skills could start a campaign called:


    Kirk, John and Tom DeVore might be the catalyst to achieve that end and what a grass roots operation that would be.

  • HT
    Posted at 16:42h, 01 May Reply

    Most politicians, and especially these corrupt leftists, know that most Americans are either ignorant of their own rights, too comfortable, or don’t have the necessary resources to fight back at these instances, so they go ahead and put out a blanket order, using the media as a loud speaker to give people the perception of authority. Individually, no one wants to risk being fined or arrested and get the privilege to appear in court to fight for their rights. Most people work full-time to pay taxes, or don’t have money for lawyers, so most just look for others as support or examples before they do or say anything.

    Anyone know if there’s something similar to a class action lawsuit that citizens of a state can join so that there’s a momentum? Otherwise, individually, we’re all f**ked.

  • Gerard H Schilling
    Posted at 16:45h, 01 May Reply

    You guys are great. keep up the good work in educating our political morons on what the law and constitutional rights are.

  • GW One
    Posted at 17:54h, 01 May Reply

    It seems Governor Pritzker has told a pastor from Lena, IL that he could not open his church doors to congregants for worship. So the minister of this church has filed a lawsuit in Federal District Court to stop the Governors dismissive stance with respect to the fundamental right of Freedom of Religion. I think the Pastor wins. But in the absence of an Order from the 7th Circuit or a higher court, it would be highly appropriate to see the United States Attorney General, Bill Barr, dispatch Federal Marshalls to Lena, IL to see that anyone wishing to worship in their church with Pastor Cassell on Sunday be allowed entry to their church.
    Governor Pritzker, you picked the wrong fight and you have met your match.

  • Tracey L Baker
    Posted at 19:33h, 01 May Reply

    That’s great and as stated what we unfortunately have to do to protect our rights.
    Now are there any attorneys out there willing to help those who can’t aford an attorney?

  • Jen Camper
    Posted at 10:21h, 05 May Reply

    Ok, my family has dutifully been following all the reccomendations from our ‘leaders’. Now we are denied access to our PRIVATELY OWNED campground (which has fully self-contained RVs,
    & separate lots) YET GOVENOR PRITZGER’S WIFE CAN BOARD A PRIVATE JET & RETREAT TO THEIR FLORIDA HOME?! We can’t drive our private car to our private RV (with NO interaction w/another soul)?! I don’t know what all rights that violates but I do know that PLAIN COMMON SENSE has been violated!!!! Campground owners should not be held hostage by worries of lawsuits!!! We need to go to our camper. It’s ESSENTIAL for our mental health. (EVERYONE’S mental health in turn affects everyone else’s by the way!)

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