Grafton Trustees Ask for Additional Delay to Appeal Judge Caldwell’s Order to Appoint John Nelson Township Attorney

Grafton Trustees Ask for Additional Delay to Appeal Judge Caldwell’s Order to Appoint John Nelson Township Attorney

Michael Caldwell

Hi ho. Hi ho. It’s off to court we go.

Again. For Grafton Township.

May 4th Grafton Township Trustees were ordered by Judge Michael Caldwell to vote to approve Grafton Township Supervisor Linda Moore’s attorney in her separation of powers case as Township Attorney.

Needless to say, the Trustees do not want the guy who stripped them of all the power that Ancel Glink Partner Keri-Lyn Krafthefer cooked up for them.

The power that Judge Caldwell ruled was improper.

The Trustees’ attorney, Ancel Glink Partner Thomas DiCianni immediately asked for a stay (delay) of the order so the Trustees could file their own separation of powers appeal to the 2nd Appellate Court in Elgin.

Judge Caldwell granted a thirty-day delay so an appeal could be filed.

It was.

Now the Trustees are coming to Judge Caldwell’s courtroom again June 8th to ask for a delay in his order concerning the appointment of John Nelson until the appeal is over.

The document is dated June 6th.


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Grafton Trustees Ask for Additional Delay to Appeal Judge Caldwell’s Order to Appoint John Nelson Township Attorney — 1 Comment

  1. Well, it may not be the Crystal Lake mugger, but the Grafton Township mugger has been located! How fitting the two blurbs appear next to each other.

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