JOLIET, Ill., Dec. 31 On January 6th 2009, Judge JosephPolito will decide whether to grant an Extended Emergency TemporaryRestraining Order for a father seeking to protect his two young children ages2 and 5, who are believed to have been placed in care of a convicted maleprostitute and proprietor of an elicit website. The hearing is scheduled for9:30AM (CST) in Courtroom 306 in the Will County Courthouse.
The mother had previously been awarded an Order of Protection against thefather by a different judge with no notice to the father of the court hearing.This manipulation of the court system enabled the mother to effectivelydisenfranchise and bar the father from seeing his children.
According to court documents, it is believed by the father's counsel thatthe children are living with the mother and her two brothers. The olderbrother, age 30, had "been arrested and pled guilty to being a maleprostitute" and operates an "adult" website. In addition, it is believed thatthe younger brother, age 28, had "engaged in sexual activities with themother."
To reverse this problem, attorney Jeffery Leving and veteran litigatorJoseph Sparacino filed for an Emergency Petition for a Temporary RestrainingOrder against the mother on behalf of the father.
"It was brought to our attention that our client's two young children werebeing subjected to an unhealthy and dangerous home environment -- we had toact swiftly," said Joseph Sparacino, one of the father's attorneys.
"Due to the time-sensitive nature and the egregious circumstancessurrounding this case, we are working diligently to resolve this situation,"said Jeffery Leving founder of DadsRights.com.
SOURCE Law Offices of Jeffery Leving