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July 18, 2024

Judge Finds John Norton In Contempt Of Court; His Testimony Not Credible –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On May 27, 2021

WILL CO., IL. (ECWd) –

A Will County Judge found John Norton in (Indirect Civil) Contempt of Court this afternoon after a Hearing in which Norton was to show cause as to why he should not be held in contempt of court.

Mr. Norton shall be held in indirect civil contempt of court for his failure to appear on the citation to discover assets that was issued and served on him in March of 2021.

One of the first things Norton did was object to raising his right hand, claiming “free exercise clause of the First Amendment” – after discussions, he ended up raising his right hand and affirming his testimony. (it starts on page 7 of the Transcripts).

He rambled on (page 9) about some affidavit and attempted harassment and being a witness in other cases, none of which pertained to this case in front of this Judge.

The Judge found his testimony to be not credible. (page 18, starting at line 18)

A Hearing is scheduled for June 10, 2021, where Norton will be given directions on how to cure his civil contempt of court finding:

That is, now that I have found you in indirect civil contempt of court because I find your testimony to be not credible, now that I have found you to be in indirect civil contempt of court, the next step in this proceeding is for me to determine what, if any, order I should enter that is intended to force you to comply with the citation proceeding. 

So we will have further hearing on that matter two weeks from today at 10:30 in the morning here in person in my courtroom on June 10th of 2021.”

Today’s Hearing came on the heals of Norton failing to appear on a Citation to Discover Assets for the civil case in which Norton complained against several people, lost the case, and was Ordered to pay defendant’s attorney fees.

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  • Sgt. Joe Friday - LAPD (RET)
    Posted at 19:12h, 27 May Reply

    In my opinion, according to what I’ve read, I believe hyper-vigilance is called for.

  • Dave
    Posted at 20:14h, 27 May Reply

    What a dufus….. From the Illinois constitution’s Bill of Rights.

    The free exercise and enjoyment of religious profession
    and worship, without discrimination, shall forever be
    guaranteed, and no person shall be denied any civil or
    political right, privilege or capacity, on account of his
    religious opinions; BUT the liberty of conscience hereby
    secured shall NOT be construed to dispense with oaths or
    affirmations, excuse acts of licentiousness, or justify
    practices inconsistent with the peace or safety of the State.
    No person shall be required to attend or support any ministry
    or place of worship against his consent, nor shall any
    preference be given by law to any religious denomination or
    mode of worship. (Source: Illinois Constitution.)

  • Mike Gorman
    Posted at 08:16h, 28 May Reply

    John Norton, the gift that keeps on giving.

  • Roger
    Posted at 10:10h, 28 May Reply

    Dig deep John, Dig deep. You earned this.

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