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Volume 64 - Illinois Secretary of State
REPORTS
OF
Cases Argued and Determined
IN THE
COURT of CLAIMS
OF THE
STATE OF ILLINOIS
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VOLUME 64
Official Reports
of the
Illinois Court of Claims
For: Fiscal Year 2012---July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012
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SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS
2012
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Printed by authority of the State of Illinois
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Printed by authority of the State of Illinois – June 2015 - 1 - CC-103 1 PREFACE
The opinions of the Court of Claims reported herein are published by authority of the provisions of Section 18
of the Court of Claims Act, 705 ILCS 505/1.
The Court of Claims has exclusive jurisdiction to hear and determine the following matters: (a) all claims
against the State of Illinois founded upon any law of the State, or upon any regulation thereunder by an executive or
administrative officer or agency, other than claims arising under the Workers’ Compensation Act or the Workers’
Occupational Diseases Act, or claims for certain expenses in civil litigation, (b) all claims against the State founded upon
any contract entered into with the State, (c) all claims against the State for time unjustly served in prisons of this State
when the person imprisoned received a pardon from the governor stating that such pardon is issued on the ground of
innocence of the crime for which he or she was imprisoned or he or she received a certificate of innocence from the
Circuit Court as provided in Section 2-702 of the Code of Civil Procedure;(d) all claims against the State in cases
sounding in tort, (e) all claims for recoupment made by the State against any Claimant, (f) certain claims to compel
replacement of a lost or destroyed State warrant, (g) certain claims based on torts by escaped inmates of State
institutions, (h) certain representation and indemnification cases, (i) all claims pursuant to the Line of Duty
Compensation Act,(j) all claims pursuant to the Illinois National Guardsman’s Compensation Act, and (k) all claims
pursuant to the Crime Victims Compensation Act.
A large number of claims contained in this volume have not been reported in full due to quantity and general
similarity of content. These claims have been listed according to the type of claim or disposition. The categories they
fall within include: claims in which orders of awards or orders of dismissal were entered without opinions, claims based
on lapsed appropriations, certain State employees’ back salary claims, prisoners and inmates-missing property claims,
claims in which orders and opinions of denial were entered without opinions, refund cases, medical vendor claims, Line
of Duty Compensation Act claims and certain claims based on the Crime Victims Compensation Act. However, any
claim which is of the nature of any of the above categories, but which also may have value as precedent, has been
reported in full.
2 OFFICERS OF THE COURT JUDGES
ROBERT J. SPRAGUE, Chief Justice
Belleville, Illinois
Chief Justice February 21, 2003 –
PETER J. BIRNBAUM, Judge
Chicago, Illinois
January 20, 2004 –
MARY PATRICIA BURNS, Judge
Chicago, Illinois
January 9, 2009 –
NORMA F. JANN, Judge
Chicago, Illinois
May 29, 1991
GERALD KUBASIAK, Judge
Chicago, Illinois
March 28, 2011-
ROBERT J. STEFFEN, Judge
Elgin, Illinois
March 5, 2004 –
DONALD STORINO, Judge
Rosemont, Illinois
March 5, 2004-
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BRADLEY BUCHER
Court Administrator
Springfield, Illinois
TIFFANY KRETZINGER
Fiscal Officer
Springfield, Illinois
J. MICHAEL MATHIS Court Counsel Springfield, Illinois 3 COMMISSIONERS OF THE COURT
GEORGE ARGIONIS
Chicago, Illinois
August 16, 2003 –
ANDREA BUFORD
Chicago, Illinois
October 1, 2007 –
JOSEPH J. CAVANAUGH
Chicago, Illinois
August 16, 2003 –
LLOYD CUETO
Belleville, Illinois
March 1, 2009 –
MAZIE HARRIS
Chicago, Illinois
January 16, 2012-
MARITZA MARTINEZ
Chicago, Illinois
January 16, 2012-
LAURIE MIKVA
Chicago, Illinois
September 16, 2011-
LOURDES MONTEAGUDO
Chicago, Illinois
July 1, 2005-
PATRICIA MURPHY
Energy, Illinois
August 16, 2003-
DAVID NEAL
Joliet, Illinois
July 1, 2007- July 31, 2011
MARY T. NICOLAU
Chicago, Illinois
August 16, 2003-
DAVID REID
Springfield, Illinois
May 3, 2011-
ELIZABETH M. ROCHFORD
Lincolnwood, Illinois
October 24, 1990-
DAVID RODRIGUEZ
Chicago, Illinois
May 19, 2011-
HERBERT ROSENBURG
Chicago, Illinois
May 21, 2008
RONALD SERPICO
Melrose Park, Illinois
August 16, 2003-
PATRICK T. TIMONEY
Springfield, Illinois
April 1, 2004
THOMAS YSURSA
Belleville, Illinois
August 16, 2003-
4 JESSE WHITE
Secretary of State and Ex Officio Clerk of the Court January 11, 1999 – ____ DELORES J. MARTIN Deputy Clerk and Director Springfield, Illinois October 6, 2003 – 5 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Fiscal Year 2012
Preface ........................................................................................................................... 2
Officers of the Court ..................................................................................................... 3
Table of Contents .......................................................................................................... 6
Table of Cases................................................................................................................ 7
Opinions Published in Full ........................................................................................ 127
Law Enforcement Officers, Civil
Defense Workers, Civil Air Patrol
Members, Paramedics, Firemen,
Chaplains and State Employees
Compensation Act Cases:
Military Line of Duty Awards ................................................................................... 321
Miscellaneous Awards................................................................................................ 322
Miscellaneous Denied and Dismissed Claims ........................................................... 324
Contracts--Lapsed Appropriations ............................................................................ 338
Public Aid and Medical Vendor Awards ................................................................... 372
Prisoners and Inmates--Missing
Property Claims ......................................................................................................... 373
Crime Victims Compensation
Act Cases:
Opinions Not Published in Full ............................................................................. 374
6 TABLE OF CASES
Fiscal Year 2012
(July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012)
CLAIMANT NAME
CASE NBR
A & A EQUIPMENT SUPPLY
AASHTO
ABARCA, ALEJANDRO
ABBOTT LABORATORIES, INC.
ABBS, JOSEPH
ABC COUNSELING & FAMILY SERVICES
ABC COUNSELING & FAMILY SERVICES
ABDULLAH, MUHAMMAD
ABDULLAH, RASHID
ABED, MOHAMMED
ABNER MORGE, MIA LOU
ABRAHAM, JONATHON
ABRAHIM, MANAR
ABRAMS, ANTWAN
ABUNDIS, MARCELA
ACCULINGUA INTERNATIONAL, INC. OF ILLINOIS D/B/A INLINGUA
ACCURATE BIOMETRICS, INC.
ACCURATE MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS, INC.
ACEVEDO, CECILIO & LARES, MARIA
ACEVEDO, DEBRA
ACEVEDO, VALENTIN
ACEVEZ, STACEY M.
ACH DIRECT
ACH DIRECT
ACH DIRECT
ACH DIRECT
ACH DIRECT
ACH DIRECT
ACHIEVEMENT UNLIMITED, INC.
ACHIEVEMENT UNLIMITED, INC.
ACHIEVEMENT UNLIMITED, INC.
ACKERMAN, BRIAN
ACKERMAN, JENNIFER
ACKERMAN, JENNIFER
ACKFELD, THOMAS
ACOSTA, SEBASTIAN
ACUITY INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O INDOVINA, LEONARD
ADA S. MCKINLEY COMM. SERVICES D/B/A GENESIS THERAPY CENTER
ADAME, ZITLALI
ADAMS, ANNALYSE
ADAMS, CHANNON
ADAMS, CHIQUITA
ADAMS, CURTIS
ADAMS, DARRYL
ADAMS, EMMA
ADAMS, IRA
ADAMS, JEFFERY L., JR.
ADAMS, JEREMY
ADAMS, JONTAE
ADAMS, RYANNA
ADAMS, SAM
ADAMS, WILLIE
ADAN, ANDRES
ADCO ADVERTISING AGENCY
ADDOLORATA VILLA, FRANCISCAN VILLAGE, ET AL
ADDUS HEALTHCARE, INC.
ADDUS HEALTHCARE, INC.
ADDUS HEALTHCARE, INC.
ADDUS HEALTHCARE, INC.
ADDUS HEALTHCARE, INC.
ADDUS HEALTHCARE, INC.
ADEMOSKI, DAISY
ADKINS, WILLIE MOSES
ADKINS, WILLIE MOSES
ADKINS, WILLIE MOSES
ADKINSON, COURI
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ADVANCED INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES, INC.
ADVANCED SLEEP & NEURODIAGNOSTIC SERVICES
ADVANCED SLEEP & NEURODIAGNOSTIC SERVICES
ADVANTAGE AMBULANCE, INC.
ADVANTAGE NURSING SERVICES, INC.
ADVANTAGE NURSING SERVICES, INC.
ADVANTAGE NURSING SERVICES, INC.
ADVANTAGE REPORTING SERVICE
ADVOCATE MEDICAL GROUP
ADVOCATE MEDICAL GROUP
ADVOCATE MEDICAL GROUP
ADVOCATE MEDICAL GROUP
ADVOCATE MEDICAL GROUP
ADVOCATE MEDICAL GROUP
ADVOCATE MEDICAL GROUP
ADVOCATE MEDICAL GROUP
ADVOCATES FOR OPPORTUNITY, INC.
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AGAI, MONISA
AGE OPTIONS
AGEE, LOUISE H.
AGEE, MARY
AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES
AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF
AGUILA, NANCY
AGUILAR, DAVID
AGUILAR, GABRIEL
AGUILERA, SANDRA K.
AGUILERA, SANDRA K.
AGUIRRE, MAYRA
AGUIRRE, RENE
AHIMN CONSULTING & RESEARCH
AHITOW, RODNEY J.
AHMED, ZUBAIR
AIMONE, AMANDA
AINSLIE, CONNIE
AIRCRAFT SPRUCE & SPECIALTY COMPANY
AIRGAS MIDAMERICA
AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL
AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL
AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL
AJENIFUJA, OLA H.
AKONG, ABRAHAM
AKSMAN, ROBERT
ALADDIN TEMP-RITE
ALAMO, LETICIA L.
ALAMO, LETICIA L.
ALAMO, LETICIA L.
ALANIZ, SIXTO
ALARCON, CARLOS
ALARCON, JESUS
ALARCON LOPEZ, ALICIA
ALARCON, MANUEL, JR.
ALATRISTE, GERONIMO, MINOR, BY HIS NEXT FRIEND,
ALAVA, SHARON
ALAYON, GUADALUPE D. & RODRIGUEZ, LUZ N.
ALBRECHT-LEGORRETA, LISA
ALBRECHT-LEGORRETA, LISA
ALDEN NORTH SHORE REHABILITATION & HHC, ET AL
ALDERSON, KATHERINE
ALDERTON, LYNN E.
ALDRIDGE, DEVIN
ALDRIDGE ELECTRIC, INC.
ALEXANDER, ADAM D.
ALEXANDER, AMANDA
ALEXANDER, AMANDA
ALEXANDER, CHARLES V., JR.
ALEXANDER, ELLEN
ALEXANDER, ERICA
ALEXANDER, FRANK
ALEXANDER, LATONYA & HEARD, DELORES
ALEXANDER, LISA
ALEXANDER, QUONTRELL
ALEXANDER, ROBERT
ALEXANDER, SHANITA
ALEXANDER, TRACY
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ALEXIAN BROTHERS MEDICAL CENTER
ALEXIAN BROTHERS MEDICAL GROUP
ALFORD, ROBIN R.
ALFRED, SHANITA
ALHINDI, ELIZABETH
ALHINDI, ELIZABETH
ALKHATIB, MOHAMMED A.
ALL PETS ANIMAL HOSPITAL
ALL PRO OFFICE TECHNOLOGY, INC.
ALL PRO OFFICE TECHNOLOGY, INC.
ALLEN, CHARLES
ALLEN, DAVORICK J.
ALLEN, DEION C.
ALLEN, DONTA
ALLEN, JASIAH
ALLEN, JORDAN
ALLEN, KARLA R.
ALLEN, KARLA R.
ALLEN, KARNEISHA T.
ALLEN, KEITH
ALLEN, LASHONDA
ALLEN, PATRICIA
ALLEN, RAIMONE
ALLEN, ROBERT D.
ALLEN, TRACI L.
ALLENDALE ASSOCIATION
ALLENDALE ASSOCIATION
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
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ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O LESLIE DREW
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O RANDI MCSPADDEN
ALMALIKY, SALAH
ALMANZA, GLORIA
ALMARAS AMARO, HERIBERTO
ALONSO, GRISELDA
ALPHA BAKING COMPANY, INC.
ALPHA BAKING COMPANY, INC.
ALPIZAR, AUGUSTO
ALSBURY, JERRY
ALSCO
ALSTON, BEVERLY
ALTERNATIVE BEHAVIOR TREATMENT CENTER
ALTERNATIVE TEACHING, INC.
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ALTORFER, INC.
ALTORFER, INC.
ALTORFER, INC.
ALVARADO, MARIA
ALVARADO, ROBERT F.
ALVARADO, ROBERT F.
ALVARADO, YOLANDA
ALVAREZ, DENISE L.
ALVAREZ, FRANCISCO
ALVAREZ, FRANCISCO
ALVAREZ, JOSE
ALVAREZ, NANCY
ALVAREZ, OLGA
ALVAREZ, SANTIAGO, JR.
ALVAREZ-SANDOVAL, AMADOR
ALVIN EADES CENTER, INC.
ALVIN EADES CENTER, INC.
ALVIZO, MARTHA
ALVIZURI, JUAN A.
ALZEIN MEDICAL, LTD.
A.M. LEONARD, INC.
AMBRIZ, DELIA, ADMINISTRATOR OF ESTATE OF FRANCISCO AMBRIZ, DECEASED
AMBRIZ-LIRA, CRISTAL
AMEREN CIPS
AMEREN CIPS
AMEREN CIPS
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11CC4069
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11CV2317
07CC2254
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11CC0281
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09CV6436
12CV1306
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12CV0416
11CC3521
11CC3948
06CV1503
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12CV1974
11CC1043
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11CC0931
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11CC2110
11CC2111
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11CC2113
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11CV5087
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12CV1696
11CC0362
11CC1960
08CC0118
11CC1861
10CC3742
10CC3767
11CC3101
AMEREN IP
AMEREN IP
AMEREN IP
AMEREN IP
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF STATE HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION OFFICALS
AMERICAN BUILDING SERVICES, LLC.
AMERICAN COURIER SERVICE, INC.
AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS, INC.
AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE A/S/O DOLOREZ SHEPHERD
AMERICAN INTERSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY
AMERICAN MEDICAL SUPPLY & SERVICE COMPANY
AMERICAN METALS SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.
AMERIPATH CINCINNATI, INC.
AMOS, JASON
AMS MECHANICAL SYSTEMS
ANCEL, GLINK, DIAMOND, BUSH, DICIANNI & KRAFTHEFER, PC.
ANCEL, GLINK, DIAMOND, BUSH, DICIANNI & KRAFTHEFER, PC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANDERS, CIDNEY
ANDERSON, ANDRE D.
ANDERSON, BRIAN
ANDERSON, BRITTANY A.
ANDERSON, BRYAN
ANDERSON, CLARENCE
ANDERSON, DANIEL J.
ANDERSON, DERRICK
ANDERSON, EDWARD
ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY COMPANY
ANDERSON, GENEVA
ANDERSON, KELSEY
ANDERSON, KEVIN T.
ANDERSON, KEWONN
ANDERSON, LA SHON, II
ANDERSON LOCK COMPANY, LTD.
ANDERSON, MAGGIE & NEAL, LEE ETHER
ANDERSON, MICHELLA
ANDERSON, MICKEY
ANDERSON OVERHEAD DOOR
ANDERSON, PATRICIA A.
ANDERSON, RASOR & PARTNERS, LLP.
ANDERSON, ROBERT
ANDERSON, RYAN M.
ANDERSON, SHAWN
ANDERSON, THELMA L.
ANDEX COMPANY D/B/A ANDERSON PEST CONTROL
ANDEX COMPANY D/B/A ANDERSON PEST CONTROL
ANDRADE, DARIO
ANDRADE, MIGUEL
ANDRE, GREG
ANDREASEN, CYNTHIA J.
ANDREU, JAVIER
ANDREWIN, BERNETTA
ANDREWS, GREGORY C.
ANDREWS, KOREN M.
ANGELES, MIGUEL
ANGLIN, BARBARA A.
ANGSTEN, PHILLIP
ANNORENO, JOHN P.
ANODYNE CORPORATION
ANOTHER CHANCE CENTERS
ANRON ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC.
ANSARI, SHADAB
12 10CC0890
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12CV0565
11CV1230
12CV2965
11CC3657
11CC0422
11CC2058
12CC0237
ANTHON, MICHAEL
ANTHONY, JERROD R.
ANTHONY, REMEKAH
ANTONELLI, SUSAN M.
ANZO, HAMBLET, JR.
ANZO, RUBEN
APAM, EFREN
APEX PHYSICAL THERAPY
APONTE, GILBERT
APPLEWHITE, DEONTE
APPLIED BIOSYSTEMS
APPRISS, INC.
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARANDA, MARIELA
ARBUCKLE, GARY D.
ARCARA, JOSEPH J., JR.
ARCEO, ANTHONY
ARCHAMBO, SUSAN L.
ARCHER, MIGUEL
ARCHER, MIRANDA
AREA AGENCY ON AGING FOR LINCOLNLAND
AREA DISPOSAL SERVICE, INC.
AREA DISPOSAL SERVICE, INC.
ARELLANO, ALEJANDRO
ARELLANO, GILBERTO
ARIAS, ALBERTO
ARIZA, MIGUEL
ARKHIPOVA, IULIIA
ARMAN, JOSHUA
ARMSTEAD, JOSEPH
ARMSTEAD, JOSEPH, JR.
ARMSTRONG, DIANA
ARMSTRONG, JAMES
ARMY AIRFORCE EXCHANGE SERVICE
ARNOLD, CLIFTON
ARNOLD, SALLIE
ARREGUIN, MARIA
ARREGUIN, MARIA
ARRENDONDO, MELISSA
ARREOLA, ANGEL
ARRERA, JULIO
ARREVILLAGA, ALEJANDRO
ARRINGTON, ANTWON
ARRINGTON, JEAN M.
ARROYO, ALEXANDER
ARROYO, JOSE M.
ARROYO, ROMAN
ARSENEAU, DAWN L.
ARSLANOVIC, IZET
ARTEAGA, JUAN M.
ARZATE, VICENTE
ARZOLA, JOSE A.
ASAMOAH, BELINDA Y.
ASBURY, WALTER
ASCENCIO, JAMIE
ASEJO, JOAQUIN
ASHFORD, BYRON
ASHLEY, JESSIE
ASHLEY, LAURIE
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASIEDU, MICHAEL
ASSAULT & ABUSE SERVICES OF STEPHENSON COUNTY
ASSOCIATED COURT REPORTERS
ASSOCIATED COURT REPORTERS
ASSOCIATES ENGRAVING COMPANY, INC.
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10CC3729
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10CC3733
10CC3734
10CC3735
10CC3736
12CV1144
12CC1101
11CC3426
12CC2497
11CC3817
ASSOCIATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED OF WOODFORD COUNTY
ASSOCIATION HOUSE OF CHICAGO
ASTORGA, JESSE
AT & T MOBILITY
AT & T MOBILITY
AT & T TELECONFERENCE SERVICES
ATAMIAN, ANTHONY
ATAYDE, JUNIOR E.
ATCHLEY, DANNY
ATD AMERICAN COMPANY
A-TEC AMBULANCE
ATHMER, THOMAS
ATKINS, ERIC
ATLAS COPCO COMPANY
ATMOS ENERGY CORPORATION
ATMOS ENERGY CORPORATION
ATTORNEY GENERAL, OFFICE OF
AU, TONY
AUGUSTA, BREON
AUGUSTA, VINCENT
AUGUSTA, VINCENT
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
AUSTIN, ALLAN
AUTH, KIRA
AUTO TRUCK GROUP
AUTOMATIC BUILDING CONTROLS, LLC.
AUTOMATIC DOORS, INC.
AUTOMATIC DOORS, INC.
AVALOS, JOSE L.
AVALOS, SAMUEL
AVANCER, LLC.
AVANT, ROGER
AVERY, MICHAEL
AVIA PARTNERS, INC.
AVILA, DANIEL
AVMEDOSKI, DENIS
AVON, VILLAGE OF
AWOMOLO, OLUSEYI
AXTELL, NICHOLAS P.
AYALA, ELVIA
AYALA, MARK A.
AYALA, ROBERT
AYERS, COURTNEY
AYOOLA, BIOLA
AYTCH, ARNDELL, II
A-1 CORPORATE HARDWARE
BAALMAN, LAGAILA
BAALMAN, LAGAILA
BACH, CURTIS & DAWN
BACHMAN, KELLY JO
BAER HEATING & COOLING
BAEZ, CHER
BAEZA, MAGDALENA
BAGGS, MATTHEW
BAGINSKI, RADOSLAW
BAHENA, ALEXANDER
BAHR, JAMES M.
BAILEY, ALPHONSO
BAILEY, CHRIS
BAILEY, DENNIS
BAILEY, JENNIFER
BAILEY, JERRY
BAILEY, RACHEL
BAILEY, RESHELMA, MINOR, BY HER NEXT FRIEND, ELAINE BAILEY
BAILEY, SHALONDA
BAILEY, TANYA
BAILEY, TONYA
BAILEY, TONYA
BAILEY, TYRONE
BAILON, GABRIEL J.
BAINE, SONYA
BAINES, MELINDA
BAINES, MELINDA
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10CV5080
10CC3130
11CV4991
12CV0581
11CV3809
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10CV3605
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12CV1902
11CV2960
11CV3832
11CC1442
12CV0119
12CV0120
BAIRD, JESSICA
BAKER, ANTOINE G.
BAKER, CHARLA D.
BAKER, GARY
BAKER, HELEN A.
BAKER, MARK A.
BAKER, SHEREASA T.
BAKER, SHEREASA T.
BAKER, SHEREASA T.
BAKER, SHEREASA T.
BAKER, YOLANDA
BALBOENA, LUCINA
BALBUENA, RICA
BALCAZAR, FIDEL G.
BALDRIDGE, RICHARD M.
BALDWIN, CARRIE M.
BALDWIN, PATRICE
BALDWIN REPORTING SERVICES
BALDWIN, SEAN
BALDWIN, WILLIAM E.
BALENT, CAROL
BALICH, CHRIST T.
BALICH, CHRIST T.
BALL, DAVID
BALLARD COMPANIES, INC.
BALLARD COMPANIES, INC.
BALLARD, HARVELLA
BALLINGER, JEREMY M.
BALOG, RYAN C.
BAL-OT, BYRON
BALSAMELLO, RICHARD
BALTIC, JENNIFER L.
BALTZELL, LOREDITH, PETTY CASH CUSTODIAN, DHS JACKSON COUNTY FCRC
BANACH, DAVID D.
BANKHEAD, DARREN
BANKS, ASIA
BANKS, CAROLYN
BANKS, GREGORY
BANKS, GREGORY, MINOR, BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, GLORIA HENTZ
BANKS, LATANNYA
BANKS, ROOSEVELT
BANKS, SHINA
BANKS, TAKIA
BANKS, TANYA
BANKS, TANYA
BANKS, WILLIE
BANKSTON, JENEEL
BANNER, ALFRED
BANUELOS, GORGE
BARAJAS, ALEX
BARAJAS, LUIS
BARAJAS, SALVADOR
BARBER, BENJAMIN
BARBER, KATHLEEN
BARBER, MARCHELLO
BARBER, NATHAN J.
BARDALES GARCIA, ARTURO
BARDEN, GIDEON K.
BARHAM, WILLIAM R.
BARILLAS, BRAULIO
BARKER, ERICA M.
BARKER, ERICA M.
BARKER, JOSEPH B., JR.
BARKSDALE, ROBERT
BARLOW, DEVIN
BARLOW, ELIZABETH
BARMORE, NATASHYA
BARNARD, JONATHAN
BARNES, BRYANT
BARNES, CHRISTINE
BARNES, DESIREE
BARNES, ERICKA
BARNES, JACOB W.
BARNES, MISTY
BARNES, WILLIAM M.
BARNES&NOBLE.COM
BARNEY, SANDRA
BARNHART, BROCK J.
BARNHART, JACOB
BARR, CANDACE
BARR, JOHN
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11CC3970
12CC0659
12CC1038
11CV2384
12CV2060
12CV3647
11CC2695
11CV2867
BARR, JONATHAN
BARR, PATTI
BARRA, RICHARD A.
BARRAZA, JOSE
BARRAZA, LORENA
BARRERA, JOSE
BARRERA, JOSE M.
BARRERA, JOSE M.
BARRERA, LUIS
BARRETT, BILLIE J.
BARRICADE LITES, INC.
BARRIENTOS, MARIO
BARRIGA, LEONARDO
BARRION, DUPREE
BARRIOS, CELSO
BARRIOS, HUMBERTO N.
BARRIOS, JESUS
BARRIOS, LORETTA
BARRIOS, TINA
BARRONDO, BERTA
BARROW, KIMBERLI
BARRUETA, SALOMON
BARTLETT POLICE DEPARTMENT
BARTON, DAVID
BASAK, ADAM
BASFORD, MELISSA
BASFORD, MELISSA
BASHAM, MARGARET
BASHAM, MARGARET
BASHAW, COLLEEN
BASS, MICHAEL
BASS, MICHELLE & CLARKE, TERRA & SIMS, METTIE
BASSETT-BUTLER, RENE, GUARDIAN OF COSTELLO, LILLIAN A.
BASTEAN, KATHY R.
BATES, JOHN G.
BATES, KELLIE D.
BATES, MICHELE
BATES, REGINALD
BATIE, CHARLES
BATTIE, OLIVIA
BATTS, CRYSTAL
BATTS, CRYSTAL
BAUER, ANDREA
BAUER, MICHELLE R.
BAUGH, CELESTINE
BAUGHMAN, CAITLIN
BAUM, MICHAEL
BAUMA, NICHOLAS
BAUTISTA, ROCIO
BAUTISTA TRUJILLO, HECTOR
BAWDEN, DAVID GEORGE
BAWDER, CHAD
BAYMON, ROBERT
BAYS, DEVONTE
BEACH, DESIREE
BEAIRD, STACY
BEAL, EDWINA D.
BEAL, RALPH
BEAL, REGINA C.
BEALS, PERRY R.
BEAR DISTRIBUTING, INC.
BEARCE, ROBERT, JR.
BEARD, ALEXANDER
BEARD, DANISHA
BEARD, JACOB M.
BEARD, KEIAMBER
BEAUCHAMP, PAUL-MICHAEL
BECERRA, ISRAEL
BECERRIL, CAROLE
BECK BUS TRANSPORTATION CORPORATION
BECKMAN, JOHN JOSEPH
BECKMAN, MARGARET
BECKMAN, SHARON
BECKMANN, MATTHEW K.
BEEM, RICK
BEESON, BRIAN
BEGUIN, BEAU
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH POLICY COLLABORATIVE, LLC.
BEHRENS, MEGAN NICOLE
BEHRENS, RAYMOND W.
BEHRMANN COMPANY
16 12CC3444
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11CV3833
11CC2326
11CV3254
11CV5243
10CC3911
BEHRMANN COMPANY
BEILIN, GAIL E.
BEJARANO, PAOLA
BELCREST SERVICES, LTD. D/B/A PROCTOR FIRST CARE
BELL, ARNITA B.
BELL, BENJAMIN
BELL, ERNESTINE
BELL, JAMES
BELL, JENNIFER & BURKS, PATRICIA & ANDING, SYLVIA
BELL, KATHY L.
BELL, KEJUAN
BELL, LATASHA
BELL, MARK A.
BELL, TANISHA
BELL, TIMOTHY
BELL, TIMOTHY
BELL, TWILONDA
BELLE COURT PLACE ORGANIZATION
BELLEVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
BELLINI, ALBERT C.
BELMER, ELLA
BELOCH, BADRU
BELSON COMPANY
BELTRAN, UBALDO
BEN-AMI, NATANIEL
BENBENEK, DESIREE
BENDER, MELVIN E., JR.
BENEJAN, EDGARDO
BENGE, TERESA
BENICKY, MAXINE P.
BENITEZ, ROGELIO
BENNETT, DAJUAN
BENNETT, JEFFERY L.
BENNETT, JEREMIAH D.
BENNETT, JEREMIAH D.
BENNETT, JUSTIN C.
BENNETT, LAKEYTIA
BENNETT, LEVI T.
BENNETT, TASHARA S.
BENSON, JOVAN, MINOR, BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, WILLIE LACY
BENSON, PAMELA
BERDINE, COLLEEN
BEREK, GEORGE
BEREK-THOMAS, COURTNEY
BERG, JOHN
BERGER, GARY M.
BERGSTROM, ANNE
BERNARD, MATTHEW C.
BERNATE, SONIA
BERNIE'S AUTOMOTIVE
BERNSTEIN, NINA T.
BERRY, CHARLENE M.
BERRY, CHARLES E., JR.
BERTUCCI, LORETTA
BERUMEN, BRISA
BESS, RODNEY
BEST, CLINTON
BEST WESTERN REID'S INN, INC.
BEST WESTERN RIVER NORTH
BETHANY FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES
BETHANY FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES
BETHANY FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH D/B/A GENESIS DAYCARE
BETHEL NEW LIFE, INC.
BETNEY, ONESE
BETTORF, JESSICA R.
BETTS, SONYA
BETTS, SONYA
BETTS, TERRAINE
BEVERLY, BRANDON
BEW, FELICIA
BEW, FELICIA & COLEMAN, MICHAEL
BEYAH, RASHEEDAH
BEZAK, BRIAN A., JR.
BHATTARAI, HARKA
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
17 10CC3912
10CV0541
12CV1952
12CC1074
12CV3309
11CV4193
10CV3668
10CV3073
12CV2082
11CV5226
12CV2270
11CV1130
11CV4398
11CV5448
09CC2703
11CC3075
11CV1996
11CC1008
09CC0822
05CC3081
11CV1905
10CV4098
11CC3289
12CV1787
11CC2269
12CC0972
11CV3095
11CV3810
08CV5443
11CV5286
12CV2852
11CV1997
11CV4156
11CV2876
11CV4556
10CV5515
10CV5156
11CV3557
11CV0149
02CC4376
11CV4009
11CV2386
09CV2672
11CV4435
12CV2461
12CV3310
11CC1432
11CV2532
11CV0037
11CC1733
12CV0817
10CV4565
10CV3360
12CV0988
11CC2689
11CV2413
12CV1170
11CC3782
09CC2083
11CC3257
12CC1098
12CC1099
12CC1602
11CC3416
11CV2601
12CV1252
12CV1976
12CV1977
11CV2322
11CV2736
11CV4463
11CV4462
12CV2721
11CV4105
11CV3363
11CC0937
11CC0938
11CC0939
11CC0940
11CC3712
11CC3713
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
BIBBS, VERONICA
BIBBS, VERONICA
BIERIG, STEVEN M.
BIERIG, STEVEN M.
BIESTERFELD, RONALD L.
BIESTERFELD, SARAH D.
BIG R OF LINCOLN
BIG R OF LINCOLN
BILL CHO'S UNITED TAEKWONDO CENTER
BILLINGS, CHRISTI
BILLS, PRINCE
BILLUPS, DEMETRIA
BILLUPS, TINA
BINFORD, SHAWN
BINGAMAN, SCOTT R.
BINGHAM, NOVELLA
BIODEX MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INC.
BIOTECH X-RAY, INC.
BIRD ENGINES
BIRKS, MICHAEL C.
BISHOP, GRADY
BISHOP, LORI
BISHOP, REGINALD
BIZZLE, HOMER
BLACK, ASHLEY
BLACK, BREEYEN
BLACK, DORIS I.
BLACK, LONNY W.
BLACK, SHERYL D.
BLACK, TANYA D.
BLACK, TAWANA
BLACKBURN, JOHN M.
BLACKMAN, KEN, SR.
BLACKMON, OTIS
BLAKE, JUSTICE
BLAKE, MARSHA
BLAKE, MICHELLE
BLAKER, NICOLE
BLANC, VERNON
BLANC, VICK
BLANCHARD, JONDON M.
BLANCO, MARIA T.
BLAND, DEBRA
BLAND, HEATHER M.
BLAND, LORREN
BLANDIN, JERMAINE
BLANDIN, SANDRA L.
BLANKENSHIP, LURA L.
BLASZCZYK, MARCIN W.
BLEVINS, CHERISE
BLICK ART MATERIALS
BLICKLE, JACKIE
BLIEFNICK, DAWN M.
BLOOMINGTON PARKS, RECREATION & CULTURAL ARTS DEPARTMENT
BLUE, JERRY
BLUFF EQUIPMENT, INC.
BOATENG, PAUL
BOATMAN, GREGORY L.
BOAZ, CYNTHIA
BOAZ, TIERNEY M.
BOBBIE MCCOY
BOBBY E. WRIGHT COMPREHENSIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER, INC.
BOB'S SEPTIC, LLC.
BOB'S SEPTIC, LLC.
BOCLAIRE, DONNA
BOCLAIRE, VAL
BODNER, JUTTA
BOECKER, ANDREW
BOENS, JOSHWAY
BOENS, THERESA
BOERSMA, BEVERLY T.
BOGUSLAW, NOWAK
BOJIC, SRDJAN
BOLANOS-AYALA, CELMIRA
BOLDIZSAR, BRIAN
BOLER, MAURICE
BOLES, DONALD
BOLF, TAMMY L.
BOLLAS, PEDRO
18 11CC3714
12CC0995
11CV4010
11CV5244
11CC2737
11CC3040
11CV2025
11CV2024
12CC0742
12CC0743
12CC1283
11CV3162
11CV4208
09CC2698
11CV5216
11CV3766
12CV1513
12CV2853
11CC3565
11CC3496
11CC3942
12CV1253
12CV0462
09CV5473
10CV2626
11CC2188
11CV1288
12CV1199
11CC2313
11CV1929
10CV4509
12CV0918
12CV3058
10CV1802
12CV0435
11CV3364
12CV3221
09CC1690
12CC2613
11CV3603
08CV4601
10CV5084
11CV5071
11CV5135
11CV4951
12CC2475
11CV4399
11CV4482
11CV5510
11CC1909
12CV0338
11CV2646
11CC1939
11CC2200
11CC2438
11CC4116
12CV1904
10CC3535
11CV2843
05CC2715
12CV0122
12CV0123
11CC3484
11CC3017
11CC1665
12CC1464
11CV0850
08CC1615
09CC1676
11CV3382
12CV0764
11CV4464
11CC1543
10CC3792
12CV0262
11CC2507
11CV2844
11CV2116
12CV1710
11CV2982
12CV1281
BOLLINGER, CYNTHIA
BOLLINGER, TIMOTHY L.
BONDS, TERRENE
BONE, ALLEN
BONE, LISA
BONE, LISA
BONE, LISA & HOPKINS, ENID
BONILLA, JOSE
BONILLA VASQUEZ, FRANCISCO
BONNELL INDUSTRIES, INC.
BONNELL INDUSTRIES, INC.
BONNER, JUBA
BONNER, JULIAN
BONNER, ROBERT
BONNER, TIFFANY
BOOKER, CORINE
BOOKER, JAMAR A.
BOONCHAIPRASERT, HATTAYA
BOOZER, DEANDRE
BORAH, SHELLEY J.
BORDERS, TUBORA
BOREM, ANN MARIE
BORNZIN, DAWN R.
BORROR, BRANDON
BOSLEY, HEATHER
BOTKA, JASON R.
BOUBO, PAUL
BOUDREAU, CHAD
BOUVIER, MARY DEAN H.
BOUWENS, ROXANNE
BOWDEN, GLENN
BOWERS, RHONDA R.
BOWIE, BILLY
BOWIE, VESTER
BOWLES, RODNEY
BOWMAN, JENNIFER
BOWSKY, LESLIE
BOWSKY, LESLIE
BOWSKY, LESLIE
BOYCE, CHARMETHA
BOYCE, CHERYL
BOYD, DAWN
BOYD, DOMINIQUE
BOYD, DOMINIQUE
BOYD, JOSEPH
BOYD, SHAQUITA
BOYD, TANTIANA
BOYD, THOMAS
BOYD, WILLIAM C.
BOYKIN, TAUNDA D.
BOYKINS, WILLIE D.
BOYLES, LYNN
BOZICH, KIMBERLY L.
BRAASCH, MICHAELA
BRACEY, DARLA
BRACK, KENYATTA, SR.
BRACK, KENYATTA, SR. & SELEAN
BRACK, SELEAN
BRACKINS, ANGJELL & WOODSON, CHAD
BRACKNEY, DAWN
BRADBURY, COREY A.
BRADEK, SUSAN A.
BRADFORD, FRANK
BRADFORD, STEPHEN H.
BRADIE-BASKIN, DIANNE
BRADLEY, CHRIS L.
BRADLEY, CLINT R., JR.
BRADLEY, KATHERINE
BRADLO, BARBARA
BRADSHAW, BRANDON
BRADY, DUANE
BRADY, WESLEY R.
BRAHLER LUBE CENTERS
BRAHLER TIRE MART, INC.
BRAHLER TIRE MART, INC.
BRAKES, ALMA N.
BRAMER, KATE
BRANCH, ANTOINETTE
BRANCH, DUWANTE D.
BRANDHOF, DOUG
BRANDON, CORNELL
11CV2647
11CV2630
11CV0344
07CC1392
11CV3834
11CV5227
11CV3726
12CV2009
12CV1146
11CC3571
12CC0414
11CV4952
09CC0792
11CV4754
12CV2123
11CV0751
10CV4270
11CV3052
11CV4209
11CV1785
11CV4871
12CV1757
12CV1878
12CV1041
11CV2737
11CV4121
11CV1560
12CV0243
09CC2277
11CV2208
08CC0867
11CV3075
11CV1786
11CV5345
11CV4894
11CV0345
11CC1755
12CC0041
12CC1339
11CV1183
12CV2062
12CV1616
11CV3531
11CV5346
11CV3657
11CV4815
12CV2438
11CV2712
11CV1021
09CV4013
12CV0463
11CV3276
12CV2367
12CC2726
10CV5015
12CV1393
12CV1098
12CV1392
10CV5159
10CV4355
11CV5363
10CV3981
09CV4958
12CC1001
12CC1665
01CC3525
11CV3510
11CV0191
11CV0925
12CV2294
09CV1864
12CV1561
12CC1106
11CC2531
12CC0052
11CV5303
12CV3273
12CV0418
12CV0370
10CV0459
11CV3981
19 BRANDON, DOUG
BRANDON, SHANNON
BRANDON, TARA R.
BRANDON, TARA R.
BRANDON, TARA R.
BRANDON, TARA R.
BRANDON, TARA R.
BRANDONISIO, ANNA M.
BRANNOCK, KATHY J.
BRANTLEY, DAVID
BRANTLEY, ROCHELLE
BRATSCH, JOYCE A.
BRAVO, ANAHU
BRAVO, ANGELICA
BRECHT, NATHAN J.
BREDWELL, CYNTHIA
BREEDLOVE, RENEE L.
BREIT, MELANIE
BREKKE, ANN
BRENDEL, DAMIEN P.
BRENGETTCY, JUDY
BRENGETTCY, JUDY
BREWBAKER, LORRIE A.
BREWER, BUNNY
BREWER, CORA
BREWER, DARIEN T.
BREWER, ERNEST
BREWER, LORENZO D.
BREWER, TREMONT
BREYER, RICHARD
BRH BUILDERS
BRIDGES, TERRENCE
BRIDGET, RODNEY
BRIDGEWATER, LAVAR
BRIDGEWATER, LYNN
BRIDGEWAY, INC.
BRIDGEWAY, INC.
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIGGS, ISAAC
BRIGGS, STEVEN
BRIGHT, JACQUELINE
BRIGHT, JACQUELINE
BRIGHT, RODNEY
BRIGHT START CHILDCARE
BRILLA, LAURA
BRIM, LONNIE
BRIMMER MECHANICAL
12CV0221
12CV0286
11CV4131
11CV4465
11CV4466
11CV4467
12CV0436
06CV1987
12CV0989
12CV0765
10CV4790
11CC2781
11CV4210
11CV3464
10CV0824
11CC3710
11CV0631
12CC0673
12CV0339
12CV1099
11CV1824
11CV1825
11CC1785
12CV0517
10CV5267
11CV4786
12CV1282
12CV0244
11CV2414
10CV4824
11CC2735
11CV5090
11CV1106
11CV1539
11CV1652
11CC3108
11CC3645
11CC1866
11CC1867
11CC3188
11CC3189
11CC3190
11CC3194
11CC3195
11CC3200
11CC3202
11CC3203
11CC3204
11CC3205
11CC3208
11CC3209
11CC3210
11CC3211
11CC3212
11CC3213
11CC3214
11CC3215
11CC3216
11CC3217
11CC3218
11CC3219
11CC3220
11CC3221
11CC3222
11CC3223
11CC3224
11CC3225
11CC3226
11CC3227
11CC3228
12CC1528
12CC1529
05CC3252
12CC1606
12CC0662
12CV0222
08CV2437
12CC1516
11CV3727
10CV4099
11CC3439
20 BRINDLEY, JENNIFER
BRINEY, BRITTANY
BRINK, KIMBERLY R.
BRINKOETTER, JAMES P., JR.
BRINNEHL, KEVIN M.
BRINSON, JAMAR
BRISCOE, DARRYL E.
BRISTOL MISSION, INC. D/B/A LOVING ARMS CHILDCARE CENTER
BRITTON, YOLANDA
BROADWAY, BRIGITTE
BROCK, BYRON
BROCKER, ELAINE
BROCKER, ELAINE
BROCZKOWSKI, NORBERT
BRODAWKA, ANDRZEJ
BROOKMYER, DARLENE
BROOKS, CANDACE
BROOKS, DAVID M.
BROOKS, JAMES
BROOKS, NATASHA
BROOKS, SAMANTHA
BROOKS, TAMIKA
BROOKS, TAMIKA
BROOKS, THOMAS J.
BROOKS, WASHAWN
BROOKWEINER, LLC.
BROSHOUS, STEVEN E.
BROTHERTON, STEPHANIE R.
BROWN, ALEXANDER D.
BROWN, ANGEL
BROWN, ANGEL
BROWN, ANTHONY L., M.D.
BROWN, ANTHONY L., M.D.
BROWN, ANTHONY L., M.D.
BROWN, ANTHONY L., M.D.
BROWN, ANTHONY L., M.D.
BROWN, ARNETTA
BROWN, ARTHUR
BROWN, ARTHUR
BROWN, BETTYE J.
BROWN, BRANDON
BROWN BRAYBOY, JEWELL
BROWN BRAYBOY, JEWELL
BROWN, BRIAN
BROWN, BRIAN R.
BROWN, BRITTNEY (AUSTIN), MINOR, BY HER NEXT FRIEND, IRENE BROWN
BROWN, CARL
BROWN, CASH
BROWN, CHARLES
BROWN, CHARLES E.
BROWN, CHARMAINE
BROWN, CHARMAINE
BROWN, CLAUDIA
BROWN, COREY
BROWN, CURTIS
BROWN, DARRELL
BROWN, DE MARIO
BROWN, DEANDRAE J.
BROWN, DEBRA A.
BROWN, DENISE
BROWN, DEON
BROWN, EBONY L.
BROWN, ETHELYN
BROWN, EUGENE
BROWN, EVELYN L.
BROWN, FREDRICK
BROWN, HELEN
BROWN, JAMELL
BROWN, JAMES B.
BROWN, JERAMEY
BROWN, JERRY
BROWN, JESSE L., SR.
BROWN, JOHNNIE
BROWN, JOSEPH
BROWN, JOSEPH A.
BROWN, KENNETH
BROWN, KENNETH, JR.
BROWN, KENNETH, JR.
BROWN, KRYSTI
BROWN, KYESHIA
BROWN, LAFONDA
21 11CV3659
10CV1727
11CC3597
12CC0840
10CV3982
11CV3788
11CV4383
12CC1962
12CV3284
12CC0921
11CV1676
11CV5459
12CV1251
11CV0038
11CV4468
11CV2415
11CV1788
11CV3318
12CV1147
12CV0818
12CV1758
11CV4384
12CV1148
12CV0608
11CV4011
12CC1454
12CV1422
09CV4470
11CV4422
11CV3097
11CV5136
11CC2084
11CC2936
11CC3045
12CC0125
12CC0126
11CV4737
11CV2549
11CV3465
11CV5460
12CV3084
11CV4008
11CV4953
11CV2268
11CC1865
03CC0875
12CV3598
12CV3930
12CV3420
12CV1307
11CV5386
12CV1200
11CV4182
11CV4799
12CV1149
11CV3584
11CV3211
11CV4258
11CC1749
11CV3511
12CV0106
12CV2202
11CC2461
12CV0161
11CV4588
11CV4046
11CV5364
12CV0107
11CV4012
07CC3006
09CC2894
12CV2591
12CV2326
12CV1076
11CV2152
02CC4298
10CV4647
10CV4648
11CV2648
12CV1423
12CV0464
BROWN, LATICIA
BROWN, LAZARIS
BROWN, LEE
BROWN, LEE
BROWN, LORIANE (AUSTIN), MINOR, BY HER NEXT FRIEND, IRENE BROWN
BROWN, MARK A.
BROWN, MARQUITA, MINOR, BY HER NEXT FRIEND, ELAINE BAILEY
BROWN, MATTHEW R.
BROWN, MICHELLE
BROWN, MYLES
BROWN, NORMAN
BROWN, PHILLIP J.
BROWN, RANDELL
BROWN, RICHARD A.
BROWN, SEAN
BROWN, SHANA
BROWN, SHANECE N.
BROWN, SHAWNNINA
BROWN, SHAWNNINA
BROWN, STEPHANIE
BROWN, STEPHANIE
BROWN, SUNDIATA
BROWN, TAYLA
BROWN, TERMAINE
BROWN, TERRANCE
BROWN, TIWANDA M.
BROWN, TRACEY
BROWN, TYLER M.
BROWN, TYRONE & MARY
BROWN, VERNAL
BROWNING, TONNIE
BROWN-MAYS, JESSE
BRUBAKER, MICHAEL J.
BRUCE, RANESHA
BRUMFIELD, JACKIE
BRUMMEL, BROOKS D.
BRUNSON, DENISE
BRUNSON, TERRANCE R.
BRUNSWICK, KARIE
BRYAN, CRAIG
BRYAN, DANNY DEAN
BRYAN, JOYCE E.
BRYANT, DEXSTIN
BRYANT, JORGE
BRYANT, KENRICK
BRYANT, LATASHA
BRYANT, MAURICE
BRYANT, TERRY C.
BUCHANAN, ALEXZANDER J.
BUCHANAN, ALLEN J.
BUCHANAN, CARRISSA
BUCHANAN, CARRISSA
BUCHANAN, CARRISSA
BUCHANAN, JARVIS, MINOR, BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, IRMA FRANKLIN
BUCHANAN, SHAUN
BUCHYNSKI, AMANDA
BUCK BROS, INC.
BUCKNER, ARETHA S.
BUCK-WHEELER-HYLAND FUNERAL HOME
BUCK-WHEELER-HYLAND FUNERAL HOME
BUCZEK, KIMBERLY A.
BUDGET CAR SALES
BUEHNERKMPER, RYAN J.
BUENROSTRO, VANESSA
BUFORD, ANGELA
BUGNO, TIMOTHY, SR.
BUIE, TYSHAWN
BUILDERS CHOICE
BUNCH, FREDDIE MAE
BUNKER HILL POLICE DEPARTMENT
BUNKOFSKE, TODD
BUNTON, TYRONE
BUNZOL, MATTHEW
BURBRIDGE, BRENT
BURCH FABRICS GROUP
BURCH, TONY
BURCY, CLINT T.
BURDINE, JOSEPH
BUREAU COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
BURGER, KYLE D.
BURGESS, JEREMIAH
22 11CV4993
11CV2845
10CV5330
11CV4677
03CC0876
11CV3076
09CC2628
12CV0489
11CV3212
12CV2295
12CC0782
11CV4589
11CV2602
11CC1810
12CV1378
11CV0552
11CV4436
11CV5486
12CV1309
12CV0820
12CV3422
11CV1678
10CC3764
12CV0800
10CV3141
11CC1531
11CV3334
12CV2796
06CC3245
12CV1953
11CV5137
11CV3191
12CV1042
12CV0223
11CV3658
11CV4619
11CV2361
11CV4282
08CV6111
11CV4644
03CC1609
11CC1748
11CV2877
12CV2369
11CV4896
11CV3835
11CV2362
12CV2387
11CV4132
12CV1491
11CC2017
12CC2405
12CC2406
02CC5024
12CV0390
12CV0920
12CC0375
12CV1733
12CC0420
12CC0421
06CC3784
11CC1078
11CC1546
10CC1543
11CV3532
11CV3585
11CV1875
12CC0605
12CV0371
09CC0883
10CV5604
11CV4872
11CV3192
12CV3619
12CC0478
12CV0162
11CV3660
11CV2363
11CC2274
11CV1999
08CV2863
BURGH, SARAH A.
BURGIN, MONICA
BURGOS, EDUARDO
BURGOS-BENAVIDES, ANNEL
BURGOS-BENAVIDES, ANNEL
BURGUND, MELISSA
BURGUND, MELISSA
BURGUND, MELISSA
BURIAN, SHANNON L.
BURITA, BRIAN
BURKHART, JESSICA
BURKS, MATTHEW L.
BURKS, SONYA
BURKS, SONYA
BURLINGTON COAT FACTORY
BURNETT, MILDRED
BURNETT, REBECCA
BURNETT-MOSS, KATRINA
BURNICE, EFFIE MAY
BURNS, MATT
BURNS, ANDRIA
BURNS, CHAVONNE D.
BURNS, SHANE M.
BURNS, STANLEY M., JR.
BURNS, VERNITA
BURNS, VERNITA
BURNSIDE, JIMMIE, III
BURRELL, YAUNCEY
BURROWS, LATONNA
BURT, AVIE
BURT, AVIE
BURT, TODD
BURTNER, MARY C.
BURTON, JOEL
BURTON, NATHAN L., JR.
BURTON, QUAMAL
BURTS, QUIMIKIA
BUSCH, NATHAN Z.
BUSH, ALAN
BUSH, ANTOINE T.
BUSH, BERNETTA D.
BUSH, TYTIANA
BUSINESS DISTRICTS, INC.
BUSINESS MACHINE AGENTS
BUSS LANDSCAPE COMPANY, INC.
BUSSIE-SAMS, PATRICIA A.
BUSTER SANITATION SERVICE
BUSTER SANITATION SERVICE
BUSTER SANITATION SERVICE
BUSTOS, BALDEMAR
BUSTOS, RUBEN
BUTERA, ISABEL
BUTLER, ALECIA
BUTLER, DEVON J.
BUTLER, ISAIAH
BUTLER, KRISTINE
BUTLER, MARIE
BUTLER, MARIE
BUTLER, REGINALD
BUTLER, SUSAN
BUTLER-CURETON, DEBRA
BUTTERBRODT, ANDREW
BUTTITTA, VICKY
BUX, JOY S.
BUZICK, BARBARA L.
BYERS, LASHAWN
BYRD, KERVAN J.
BYRD, VICKIE L.
CA TECHNOLOGIES
CABANESS AND ZIMBRO, INC. D/B/A BLACK DIAMOND HARLEY-DAVIDSON
CABANESS AND ZIMBRO, INC. D/B/A BLACK DIAMOND HARLEY-DAVIDSON
CABAY & COMPANY, INC.
CABLES, ALICE M.
CABRERA, CLAUDIO
CABRERA GUERRERO, RAQUEL O.
CACCAMO, CHRISTINA M.
CACIANO, MARLENE
CACIQUE, GUILLERMINA
CACIQUE, GUILLERMINA
CADY, DAVY
CAFFEY, ERIKA
23 11CV3163
12CV1618
12CV1211
12CV1361
12CV3142
11CV4738
11CV4739
12CV0018
11CV3864
11CV4315
12CV2551
11CV2787
11CV4047
12CV1254
11CC1107
11CV3705
12CV0894
11CV3704
92CV0345
12CC0437
12CC0928
11CV3865
11CV2739
08CV6127
11CV5288
11CV5289
12CV0372
11CV3098
12CV2941
10CV0233
12CV0419
12CC1044
12CV2165
12CV0869
11CV4572
12CV2296
09CC2772
11CV3958
11CV3836
11CV0711
12CV0319
11CV4897
12CC0774
11CC1880
11CC3503
11CV2958
10CC1028
10CC1030
11CC3397
12CV0609
11CV4355
09CV1749
11CC3609
11CV5266
12CV0766
11CV3335
09CV5457
09CV5458
10CC1658
12CC2120
12CV0420
11CV4898
08CV3978
12CC2565
12CC1016
11CV4787
12CV1255
12CV0821
12CC2360
11CC2631
11CC2700
11CC3536
12CV1930
11CV1561
12CV0341
10CC3982
12CV0842
12CV1835
12CV1836
05CC0378
10CV5284
CAHILL, MICHAEL R.
CAIN, LAWANDA
CAINE, ERIC
CAL, NICHELLE & LEE, MORGAN
CALDERON, JOSE S.
CALDWELL, DERRICK D.
CALDWELL, JAMES
CALDWELL, MARK
CALHOUN, DAYTON
CALHOUN, SAMARA
CALHOUN, SAMARA
CALIP-ONE WEIGHING & INVENTORY SPECIALISTS,
CALIP-ONE WEIGHING & INVENTORY SPECIALISTS,
CALIP-ONE WEIGHING & INVENTORY SPECIALISTS,
CALUMET MEMORIAL PARK DISTRICT
CALUSINSKI, CHRIS
CALVARY TEMPLE CHURCH
CALVERT & METZLER MEMORIAL HOME
CALVERT & METZLER MEMORIAL HOME
CALVERT, COREY D.
CAMACHO, MARIO
CAMACHO, VICTORIA
CAMARGO, PABLO
CAMARGO, WENDY
CAMBELL, CASSANDRA
CAMERON, ILENE
CAMERON, JONATHAN
CAMERON, LINDA
CAMPA, FRANCISCO J.
CAMPBELL, ANTHONY
CAMPBELL, DEANGELO
CAMPBELL, DENNIS
CAMPBELL, EVAN H.
CAMPBELL, KIMBERLY S.
CAMPBELL, LAVETTA
CAMPBELL, PHYLLIS
CAMPBELL, RUSSELL T.
CAMPBELL, SEAN S.
CAMPBELL, SHANNON
CAMPBELL, STEPHANIE K.
CAMPBELL, TAKESHA
CAMPBELL-CRIGLER, KIMBERLY
CAMPBELL-MEEKS, KIMBERLY & MILLER, TIFFANEY
CAMPHOR, RICK H.
CAMPOS, ANTHONY
CAMPOS, EDUARDO
CAMPOS, ESMERALDA
CAMPOS, GREGORIO
CAMPOS, HERIBERTO
CAMPOS, MARIO
CAMPOS, SINDY
CANADAY, JAMES R. & PHAM, THINH N.
CANCEL, ALEJANDRO
CANDANEDO, AVELINO
CANDLEWOOD SUITES
CANNON, BEVERLYN
CANNON, BRIAN
CANO, MARY
CANO, ORLANDO
CANTU, ROSEMARY
CANUTO, LUIS
CAPACCIOLI, KYLI
CAPITOL CEMENT COMPANY, INC.
CAPITOL GROUP, INC.
CAPITOL GROUP, INC.
CAPITOL GROUP, INC.
CAPITOL GROUP, INC.
CAPITOL STRATEGIES CONSULTING, INC.
CAPITOL STRATEGIES CONSULTING, INC.
CAPONE, KRISTIN
CARAPIA, FRANCISCO
CARAVAULLO, JOSE
CARBEN, RANDAL
CARBONDALE DUI & COUNSELING
CARBONE, TIMOTHY
CARD IMAGING
CARDENAS, EDUARDO
CARDENAS, JOSE LUIS
CARDONA, CELESTINO
CARDONA, ROGER
CARE-A-LOT EARLY LEARNING CENTERS, INC.
INC.
INC.
INC.
N. & MEEKS, JESSIE M.
24 12CV0458
11CV4557
12CC3247
10CV4740
12CV0991
11CV2800
11CV4994
11CV4645
11CV4590
12CV0421
12CV3106
11CC3682
12CC0543
12CC0544
12CC0687
11CV0386
11CC0970
11CC3616
11CC3617
11CV2285
11CC1894
10CV5442
12CV0163
11CV4356
11CC2740
11CV0407
11CV4591
12CV0050
12CV0126
11CV5387
12CV0002
11CV2324
12CV1362
11CV4028
12CC0113
12CC1664
11CV3193
11CV5259
08CV2050
11CV4330
12CV2327
11CV0517
08CV4875
10CV5181
11CV1156
12CV2440
12CV1226
11CV4922
11CV4755
12CV1100
12CV0192
11CC3789
11CV2868
10CV3940
11CC2804
06CV3927
11CV2286
11CV3255
11CV2493
12CV1905
11CV3372
12CV2208
10CC1833
11CC4118
11CC4120
11CC4121
11CC4123
11CC2769
12CC1735
11CV3235
12CV0469
12CV0320
12CC2587
11CC0561
12CV0992
12CC1120
12CV2098
11CV3690
11CV3411
11CV2153
12CC2606
CAREER LINK, INC.
CAREY, ROBERT
CARIUS, WENDY
CARL SANDBURG COLLEGE
CARLE CLINIC ASSOCIATION
CARLESS, TRACY C., JR.
CARLINVILLE ASSOCIATES, LLC. C/O CENTRAL REALTY, LLC.
CARLINVILLE PUBLIC WORKS
CARLOS, SABRINA
CARLOS, SABRINA
CARLSON, ERIC
CARLSON, KRISTA N.
CARLSON, RITA M.
CARLSON, SUMMER D/B/A ASL SOURCE
CARMONA, CARLOS
CARMONA, FRANCISCO, JR.
CARMONA, GILBERTO
CARNEY, PATRICK
CARPENTER, ADDO
CARR, DURANTE
CARR, VIRGINIA D.
CARRAWAY, DEBORAH
CARRENO, ANGEL
CARRENO, DAVID
CARRERA, EDWIN
CARRERA, ISRAEL
CARRIER CORPORATION
CARRIGAN, TIMOTHY P.
CARRION HERNANDEZ, GERARDO
CARROLL, ALBERT D.
CARROLL, ALEXANDER W.
CARROLL, BARBARA
CARROLL, COURTNEY
CARROLL, JOHN T.
CARROLL, SHEILA
CARROLTON BANK & TRUST
CARSON, CHRISTOPHER
CARTER, ANTHONY D.
CARTER, ANTWAN
CARTER, BARRY F., JR.
CARTER, BRANDON
CARTER, BRANDON
CARTER, CHARLES
CARTER, CORNELIA
CARTER, MARLO
CARTER, MARY
CARTER, MAURICE
CARTER, MITCHELL
CARTER, NATHANIEL
CARTER, QUENTIN
CARTER, RONDELL L.
CARTER, RONNIE
CARTER, TERRY
CARTHEN, TAKARA S.
CARY, VILLAGE OF
CASA GUANAJUATO QUAD CITIES
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
CASAS, LAURA
CASELLO, JOSEPH
CASPER, CHRISTINE
CASS, SHARA
CASTANEDA, GUADALUPE
CASTANEDA, JUAN C.
CASTANEDA-LOPEZ, ALEJANDRO
CASTILLO, ANTHONY
CASTILLO, ARNOLD
CASTILLO, JONATHAN
CASTILLO, JOSE
CASTILLO, PATRICIA
CASTREJON, ELI E.
CASTREJON, GUADALUPE
CASTRO, JAIME
CASTRO-GRAY, SUSANA
CATALYST CONSULTING GROUP
CATANIA, MICHAEL D.
CATCHING, EMMA LOGAN
CATERINA, JILLIAN
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO
25 09CC0827
11CV3365
11CV2964
11CC3031
11CC3166
12CV2441
11CC1351
11CC2304
11CV1541
11CV1542
11CV2550
12CV0542
12CV0895
11CC2688
12CV0944
10CV2047
12CV0921
11CV0245
11CV2269
11CV3003
12CV3331
12CV1980
11CV4133
12CV2137
11CV0899
11CV3959
11CC2707
11CV2043
11CV4029
10CV4979
08CV3214
11CV4106
11CV4302
12CV0391
12CV0465
11CC1825
11CV2551
11CV0097
12CV2590
09CV0314
11CV5329
12CV0610
12CV0051
11CV1500
11CV4211
09CV3480
11CV4499
11CC0285
11CC0145
11CV4995
12CV2065
12CV0108
11CV2366
10CV5000
12CC2130
12CC0944
11CC2464
11CC2465
11CC2466
11CC2467
11CV3236
06CC0038
10CV2823
12CV1462
11CV4331
11CV0852
12CV2758
10CV4472
11CC2284
12CV1380
12CV1492
11CV3558
11CV0955
11CV4500
11CV0835
11CV2534
12CC1335
12CC1564
05CV2820
10CV4357
04CC0959
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF ROCKFORD
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF ROCKFORD
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE DIOCESE OF PEORIA
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE DIOCESE OF ROCKFORD
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE DIOCESE OF ROCKFORD
CATHOLIC CHILDREN'S HOME
CATHOLIC CHILDREN'S HOME
CATHOLIC CHILDREN'S HOME
CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES
CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES
CATO, ERICKA
CATO, ERICKA
CATULLO, ANTHONY
CAUL, TIFFANY
CAUL, TIFFANY
CAVIN, EDWARD C., JR.
CAWVEY, CAROL J.
CAYSON, CLINTON
CAZARES, ALFONSO
CAZARES, JERRY, JR.
CBE GROUP
CCAR INDUSTRIES
CCGS HOLDINGS, LLC. D/B/A CROWN CASTLE
CDS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES
CDS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES
CDS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES
CDS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES
CDW GOVERNMENT, INC.
CDW GOVERNMENT, INC.
CDW GOVERNMENT, INC.
CDW GOVERNMENT, INC.
CDW GOVERNMENT, INC.
CEBALLOS, JESUS
CECOLA, ROBERT
CEDANO, MARIA
CEGLAREK, TABITHA
CELIS, JACQUELINE
CENTENO, JESSICA A.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
26 11CC3500
11CC3518
11CC3519
12CC0831
12CC1376
11CC2180
11CC2182
12CC0078
12CC2263
12CC2266
11CC1994
11CC1995
12CC0214
12CC1105
12CC1108
10CV5464
11CV0875
11CV5290
11CV4483
11CV4484
11CV2788
02CC0197
12CV1150
12CC0497
11CV3644
09CC2142
11CC4019
11CC1001
12CC0550
12CC0551
12CC0986
12CC0991
12CC0805
12CC0806
12CC0807
12CC0808
12CC0812
12CV0801
12CV0263
11CV4100
12CV0518
12CV0768
11CV4237
11CC2576
11CC2577
11CC2578
11CC2579
11CC2580
11CC2581
11CC2582
11CC2583
11CC2584
11CC2585
11CC2586
11CC2587
11CC2588
11CC2589
11CC2590
11CC2591
11CC2592
11CC2593
11CC2594
11CC2595
11CC2596
11CC2597
11CC2598
11CC2599
11CC2600
11CC2601
11CC2602
11CC2603
11CC2604
11CC2605
11CC2606
11CC2607
11CC2608
11CC2642
11CC2643
11CC2644
11CC2645
11CC2646
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR CONTEXTUAL CHANGE
CENTER FOR CONTEXTUAL CHANGE
CENTER FOR CONTEXTUAL CHANGE
CENTER FOR CONTEXTUAL CHANGE
CENTRACCO, BRITTANY N.
CENTRAL IL AGENCY ON AGING
CENTRAL IL CYCLE COMPANY, INC. D/B/A SPORTLAND MOTORSPORTS
CENTRAL IL KIDNEY & DIALYSIS
CENTRAL IL SERVICE ACCESS, INC.
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
CENTRAL MINE EQUIPMENT COMPANY
CENTRAL REPORTERS ASSOCIATION, LTD.
CERVANTES, DANIEL
CERVANTES, JOSE LUIS
CHACKO, JOSE
CHACON, MARIA
CHAMBERLAIN, DAMON
CHAMBERLAIN, DAMON
CHAMBERS, ROBERT, JR.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY STATE'S ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
CHAMPION, SUSAN M.
CHAMPION, TERRELL
CHANAYEM, SAMIRA
CHANDLER, MARQUISE
CHANDLER, RASHEK
CHANDLER, STEPHAN
CHANEY, JAMES
CHANG, LEANN
CHANG, RICHARD TI HUA
CHAPMAN, DARESHIA
CHAPMAN, TINESHA A.
CHARLES E. ROBBINS REALTOR
CHARLES E. ROBBINS REALTOR
CHARLES, KRIS
CHARLESTON TRANSITIONAL FACILITY
CHARLESTON TRANSITIONAL FACILITY
CHARLESTON TRANSITIONAL FACILITY
CHATMAN, CHRISTOPHER
CHAUDHRY, MIRANDA D.
CHAVEZ, AMANDA
CHAVEZ, GUADALUPE
CHAVEZ, HATTIE R.
CHAVEZ, SERGIO
27 11CC2647
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11CC2649
11CC2650
11CC2651
11CC2652
11CC2653
11CC2654
11CC2655
11CC2656
11CC2657
11CC2658
11CC2659
11CC2660
11CC2661
11CC2662
11CC2663
11CC2664
11CC2665
11CC2666
11CC2667
11CC2668
11CC2669
11CC2670
11CC2671
11CC2672
11CC2673
11CC1256
11CC2477
11CC2478
11CC2479
11CV4923
12CC2436
11CC2896
11CC2742
11CC0373
10CC0679
11CC1639
11CC1821
11CC1950
11CC1951
11CC1952
11CC3291
11CC3314
12CC1628
12CC1631
12CC1632
12CC2454
11CC1732
11CC3746
08CV3679
11CV5388
11CC1509
12CV0696
12CV0491
12CV2759
11CV4678
12CC1473
12CV2188
06CV0404
12CV2821
11CV5267
12CV3332
12CV3163
05CC2503
12CV0020
12CV0019
11CV2494
11CV3213
12CC0153
12CC0154
12CC2332
11CC1961
11CC1962
11CC3414
11CV3256
11CV5091
12CV1426
11CV2001
11CV2713
11CV4593
CHC MOTEL PARTNERS, INC. D/B/A RAMADA SPRINGFIELD NORTH
CHEATHAM, TIMOTHY
CHECKER CAB OF GRANITE CITY, LTD.
CHEEKS, ANGELA
CHEEKS, ANGELA
CHEERS, DWAYNE
CHEFFY, MELISSA
CHEN, HAN PING
CHENAULT, CLAIRESE
CHENCINSKI, ROBERT E., JR.
CHENG, SARAH
CHESNEY, DAN
CHESS. DEONTRE
CHESTER CLINIC
CHESTER CLINIC
CHESTER, CORLANDIS
CHESTER, DEWAYNE
CHESTER, KEVELL
CHESTER, THEO
CHESTNUT HEALTH SYSTEMS
CHICAGO AREA INTERPRETER REFERRAL SERVICES
CHICAGO AREA INTERPRETER REFERRAL SERVICES
CHICAGO CHILD CARE SOCIETY
CHICAGO CHILD CARE SOCIETY
CHICAGO CHILDREN'S CENTER FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
CHICAGO FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
CHICAGO FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
CHICAGO LIGHTHOUSE FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE BLIND OR VISUALLY IMPAIRED
CHICAGO NORTH SHORE LODGING ASSOCIATES
CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY
CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY
CHILD STUDY CENTER
CHILDREN OF AMERICA
CHILDREN OF AMERICA
CHILDREN OF AMERICA
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
THE CHILDREN'S PLACE ASSOCIATION
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH TRIANGLE
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH TRIANGLE
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH TRIANGLE
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH TRIANGLE
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH TRIANGLE
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH TRIANGLE
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH TRIANGLE
CHILDRESS, JEFFREY
CHILDS, ACEE
CHILDS, ERIK
28 11CC3062
11CV2846
10CC2944
11CV4048
12CV0962
12CV0993
12CV0373
11CV4316
10CV3074
11CC1337
11CV3336
11CC2381
12CV2484
11CC2012
11CC2068
11CV4501
11CV4332
11CV3661
12CV2971
11CC3305
10CC2882
11CC3820
11CC2912
12CC2758
11CC3526
12CC2015
12CC2016
11CC1544
11CC3420
11CC2047
11CC2106
11CC2490
11CC1402
11CC1407
12CC0734
11CC1274
11CC1414
11CC1416
11CC1418
11CC1449
11CC2434
11CC2989
11CC3418
11CC3752
11CC3753
11CC3754
12CC1062
12CC1064
12CC1066
12CC1286
12CC1298
12CC1668
11CC0598
11CC2555
11CC2556
11CC2557
11CC2558
11CC2559
11CC2560
11CC2561
11CC2562
11CC2563
11CC2564
11CC3024
11CC3165
11CC3723
12CC0445
12CC0475
12CC0530
12CC1054
12CC1474
11CC2985
11CC2987
11CC3007
11CC3011
11CC3065
11CC3903
12CC0289
11CV1908
12CV1026
11CV3412
CHILDS, JENNIE D.
CHILDS, TOMMY L.
CHILDTIME LEARNING CENTER
CHILDTIME SAINT FRANCIS HOSPITAL
CHILMON, CAMILLE
CHINN, LA SHAWN & WELLS, DEBORAH
CHISSELL, KENYATTA
CHISUM-MCGILL, MARIANN
CHITTY, KELLY
CHMELAR, CAROL E.
CHO, SUSAN
CHOU, JENG
CHOU, MICHAEL
CHRISTIAN COUNTY, CORONER OF
CHRISTIAN COUNTY FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY
CHRISTIAN COUNTY FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY
CHRISTIAN, NANCY
CHRISTIE CLINIC
CHRONISTER, JUSTIN M.
CHRYSTALL, DEBRA
CHURCH, CYNTHIA A.
CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD, UDIS PROGRAM
CIARRACHI, LISA
CICCONE, NICHOLAS J.
CIHLAR, JEFFREY R.
CIKOPANA, ARTIEL
CIPOLLA, KELLI
CISNEROS, ALBARO
CISNEROS, JESUS
CISNEROS, LILIA
CITY COLLEGES OF CHICAGO
CIUPEIU, LUZ E.
CIVIGENICS, INC.
CIVITELLO, ESPERANZA
CIVITELLO, ESPERANZA
CJE SENIORLIFE
CJE SENIORLIFE
CLAEYSSEN, JEFFREY A.
CLAIBORNE, TYRONE
CLARA, LILIA
CLARK, ANDRE
CLARK, ANDREA
CLARK, ANTHONY R.
CLARK, BEVERLY
CLARK, CRAIGORY
CLARK, DANTREON
CLARK, DAVID
CLARK, DEMARCO
CLARK, ERIC
CLARK, EUGENE
CLARK, HEIDI
CLARK, JENSSEN
CLARK, JESSE
CLARK, JOSHUA M.
CLARK, LASHON
CLARK, LESLIE A.
CLARK, LYNNETTE
CLARK, MONDALE
CLARK, NATERA
CLARK, NATERA
CLARK, PIERRE
CLARK, QUENTON L.
CLARK, RODNEY
CLARKE POWER SERVICES
CLAY COUNTY REHABILITATION CENTER
CLAY, LAKESHA
CLAYBORN, WALTER
CLAYTON, JOYCE
CLAYTON, TIFFANY
CLEGHORN, ELIZABETH
CLEMMONS, EDWARD LEE
CLEMONS, ESTHER
CLENNY, MICHELLE
CLESSON, MICHAEL D.
CLINE, DAVID
CLIPPARD, DAVID
CLODFELDER, JERRY
CLOVER, STARLA
COAD CHEVROLET, INC.
COAD CHEVROLET, INC.
COBBIN, MELODY
11CV4469
11CV3099
12CC2045
12CC1657
11CV4122
11CV3320
11CC3551
12CC0752
12CV0374
12CV2189
12CV2463
11CV4788
11CV5365
11CC2001
12CC0943
12CC1513
11CV4157
11CC2254
12CV1863
12CV0342
11CC1883
11CC1588
12CC1190
11CV1501
12CV0961
12CV0519
12CV1027
11CV3789
12CV1493
11CV3142
12CC1365
12CV2485
11CC3821
12CV0321
12CV0322
10CC2819
11CC0049
11CV4423
11CV4697
11CV5437
11CV2118
10CV4596
11CV1158
11CC2097
11CV4030
11CV2325
08CV1222
11CV5138
11CV4385
07CC1739
11CV3559
10CV3281
11CV3866
11CV0811
12CV0422
09CV2099
11CV1628
10CV4721
11CV3867
11CV4238
10CV5728
12CV1649
11CV4502
11CC1884
11CC3721
12CC0288
10CV3521
11CV4559
12CV2012
11CC3855
08CC1635
12CV1761
12CV0224
12CV1982
12CV0288
12CV0769
12CV2328
12CV0677
12CC0233
12CC0286
12CV1028
29 COBBS, CENTRON
COBLE, APRIL
COBWELL, CORY S.
COKES, STEPHEN
COLE, ALONZO
COLE, BARBARA M.
COLE, BRYAN
COLE, JOSEPH D.
COLE, MICHELLE
COLE, PATRICIA
COLE, REBEKAH S.
.
COLE, REBEKAH S.
COLE, SHIEMKA
COLEMAM. JESSICA
COLEMAN, CATHERINE, ADMINISTRATOR OF ESTATE OF ELMER HARTJE, DECEASED
COLEMAN, CHELSIE
COLEMAN, DEBRA
COLEMAN, DEONDRE
COLEMAN, ELESIA
COLEMAN, H. YVONNE
COLEMAN, LAMARA
COLEMAN, MONICA D.
COLEMAN, OLA D.
COLEMAN, REGINALD
COLEMAN, TOCCARA
COLEMAN, ZANETTA
COLLABORATIVE HEALTHCARE URGENCY GROUP
COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY
COLLEY, JAMES W., JR.
COLLIER, CALVIN, MINOR, BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, TINA FRAZIER
COLLIER, CHARLENE
COLLIER, JANICE
COLLIER, MENTRELL
COLLINS & JOHNSON, PC.
COLLINS, ALANNA S.
COLLINS, BRYAN K.
COLLINS, CAMILLA S.
COLLINS, CATHY
COLLINS, JUDITH
COLLINS, LA QUOI
COLLINS, LARRY
COLLINS, LINDA
COLLINS, MISSY K.
COLLINS, MISSY K.
COLLINS, RAPHAEL
COLLINS, TANYA
COLLINS, TANYA
COLLINS, THERESE M.
COLLINS, THERESE M.
COLLINS, YASHICA
COLLINSON, BARBARA
COLLUM, ALMOS
COLON, EDGARDO J.
COLON, LINDA I.
COLON, PABLO E.
COLORADO, LOURDES
COLORADO, LOURDES
COLUMBIA, CITY OF
COLUMBIA INSURANCE GROUP
COMBS, DAVID W.
COMENDADOR, CENON
COMFORT SUITES EFFINGHAM
COMFORT SUITES OAKBROOK TERRACE
COMFORT SUITES OAKBROOK TERRACE
COMFORT SUITES OAKBROOK TERRACE
COMFORT SUITES OAKBROOK TERRACE
COMFORT SUITES OAKBROOK TERRACE
COMFORT SUITES OAKBROOK TERRACE
COMFORT SUITES OAKBROOK TERRACE
COMFORT SUITES OAKBROOK TERRACE
COMFORT SUITES OAKBROOK TERRACE
COMFORT SUITES OAKBROOK TERRACE
COMFORT SUITES OAKBROOK TERRACE
COMFORT SUITES OAKBROOK TERRACE
COMFORT SUITES OAKBROOK TERRACE
COMFORT SUITES OAKBROOK TERRACE
COMFORT SUITES PEORIA
COMISKEY, KAROLINA
COMMERCIAL TIRE SERVICE
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
30 12CV0945
12CV3312
11CV3982
12CV1906
11CV4573
12CV0035
12CV1201
12CV1463
11CV2070
12CC0540
11CV2789
11CV4194
11CV5331
11CV2191
01CC0132
12CV1514
06CV1948
12CV1256
12CV1516
11CC1998
11CV2019
12CV1171
12CV2972
11CV4996
12CV0289
11CV4134
11CC2521
11CC3884
12CV2857
02CC4375
11CV4084
11CV3100
12CV3164
12CC1361
12CV1880
12CV0127
11CV4049
11CV3237
11CC2910
12CV3558
11CV4050
12CV1881
12CC0983
12CC0984
12CV0323
11CV3886
11CV3887
11CV4386
12CV1562
11CV2919
11CV5291
11CV5462
11CV4699
10CV3909
10CV3843
12CV1172
12CV1173
12CC2109
09CC2524
11CV2790
10CV5499
11CC1315
12CC0388
12CC0389
12CC0391
12CC0392
12CC0393
12CC0394
12CC0395
12CC0396
12CC0400
12CC0401
12CC0402
12CC0403
12CC0404
12CC0413
12CC0803
12CV0871
11CC3989
09CC1650
10CC3557
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMUNITY COUNSELING CENTER
COMMUNITY COUNSELING CENTERS OF CHICAGO
COMMUNITY ELEMENTS, INC.
COMMUNITY HEALTH ACCREDITATION PROGRAM
COMMUNITY MEDICAL CLINIC OF PANA
COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICE
COMMUNITY SERVICE OPTIONS FOR ROCK ISLAND & MERCER COUNTIES
COMPASS GROUP D/B/A CANTEEN CORRECTION SERVICES
COMPREHENSIVE THERAPEUTICS
COMRIE, ELIZABETH S.
CONCEPCION, AXEL
CONFERENCE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
CONIGLIO, PARKER J.
CONLAN, NICHOLAS
CONLEY, CHARLES
CONN, BRUCE
CONNER, CAROL
CONNOR COMPANY
CONNOR COMPANY
CONOVER, ROBERT A.
CONRAD COMPANY
CONRTERAS, ROSA A.
CONSIDINE-BRECHON, DAWN L.
CONSTABILE, FERNANDO N.
CONSULTANT'S CONSORTIUM, LTD.
CONTRERAS, ADRIANA
CONTRERAS, ADRIANA
CONTRERAS, ALVARO
CONTRERAS, CARLOS M.
CONTRERAS, DOUGLAS
CONTRERAS, RAUL
CONTRERAS, SARAH
CONTRERAS, SHIRLEY
CONWAY, PATRICK
COOK COUNTY ADULT PROBATION DEPARTMENT
COOK COUNTY BUREAU OF HEALTH SERVICES
COOK COUNTY RECORDER OF DEEDS
COOK COUNTY SHERIFF
COOK, MATTHEW, JR.
COOK, TAMAREKA
COOK, TAMAREKA
COOKE, JORDAN
COOKE, PAUL
COOKE, PAUL
COOKE, PAUL
COOKE, RICHARD
COOLEY, GLENN, JR.
COOLEY, TAMIKA
COOPER, ALGERNON C.
COOPER, CAROLYN M.
COOPER, CLYDE W., JR.
COOPER, CURTIS
COOPER, EUCLID
COOPER, LESTER
COOPER, MICHAEL
COOPER, MILDRED
COOPER, MIRANDA
COOPER, STEPHANIE
COOPER, TIFFANY
COOTS MATERIALS COMPANY
CORA, TERRENCE
CORAZON COMMUNITY SERVICES
31 10CC3563
11CC0952
11CC1686
11CC3099
11CC3345
11CC3346
11CC3347
11CC3349
11CC3350
11CC3356
11CC3388
11CC3389
11CC3391
11CC3486
11CC3487
11CC3489
11CC3618
11CC3619
11CC3633
11CC3292
11CC2739
11CC3309
11CC3930
12CC0645
10CC3899
11CC3297
11CC3524
11CC3408
11CV3337
11CV2287
11CC3240
08CV5278
11CV2071
12CV3061
11CC0597
12CC1433
11CC2895
12CC1671
11CV2576
11CC2377
11CC3265
10CC3843
11CC1984
11CC3435
11CV5245
12CV2683
11CV4387
11CV2035
11CV3467
12CV2638
12CV3455
12CC1194
12CV0036
11CC2958
11CC3516
11CC2775
11CC3562
10CV0803
11CV3413
12CV0634
11CV5330
10CV3577
10CV3578
10CV4826
11CV2742
11CV4437
11CV1109
11CV2818
11CV1231
11CV5347
11CV1731
12CV0080
12CV1227
11CV3278
11CV4259
12CV1789
12CV0005
12CV0052
11CC3141
10CV2189
11CC2529
CORIA, ASCENCION
CORKS, ALETHA
CORLEY, MONICA
CORNEGLIO, NICOLE
CORNEJO, KENNY A., SR.
CORNELIUS, REGINALD
CORNER BAKERY CAFE
CORNER BAKERY CAFE
CORONA, REBECCA
CORONADO, FRANCISCA
CORPORATE IMAGE
CORPUS, SELSO T.
CORRAL, MARIA
CORREA, ADAN
CORRECTIONAL MEDICAL SERVICES, INC.
CORSTEN, JOHN
CORTES, JOSE L.
CORTES, MARIA
CORTEZ, IRENE
CORTEZ, MANUEL
CORTEZ, MARIA
CORVUS INDUSTRIES, LTD.
CORVUS INDUSTRIES, LTD.
CORY, PATRICIA A.
COSEY, BRENDAN
COSMETIC DERMATOLOGY & SURGERY
COSS, ANDRES
COSTELLO, GREGORY
COTTERILL, LORI
COTTON, BERTHA L.
COTTON, COREY A.
COTTON. JAMEKIA D.
COTTON, KENNETH
COTTON, ROSE M.
COTTON, STEVEN
COUGHLAN, MARCY
COUGHLIN, TIFFANY
COULON-LYONS FAMILY FUNERAL HOMES
COUNTON LEARNING CENTERS, INC.
COUNTRY MAID, INC.
COUNTRY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
COUNTY COURT REPORTERS, INC.
COURTS, RONALD
COUSERT, GREGORY D.
COUTY, LYNETTE
COVIC, ADMIR
COVIN, JEFF
COVINGTON, DEMARCUS
COVINGTON, JOVAN
COWARD, CLEOPATRA
COWART, RITA
COX, ETHAN LEE
COX, JACKLYN K.
COX, JESSE
COX, LINDA L.
COX, LINDA L.
COX, TIANA
COYOTL, JOSEFINA & RUTILO
COZZI, MIKE
CRACKEL, BRITTANY
CRAFTMASTER HARDWARE
CRAIG, TIMOTHY
CRAIGHEAD, WINSTON W.
CRAIN, PATRICK L.
CRANE, JACQUELYNE
CRANE, STEPHEN, JR.
CRAWFORD, BARBARA
CRAWFORD, DOROTHY
CRAWFORD, TERI
CREASEY PRINTING SERVICES
CREASEY PRINTING SERVICES
CREASEY PRINTING SERVICES
CREDIT, WILLIAM D.
CREDIT, WILLIAM D.
CRESCENT PARTS EQUIPMENT COMPANY
CRESPO, RAMONA
CRESPO, RAMONA
CRESPO, RAMONA
CRESPO, RAMONA
CRETE POLICE DEPARTMENT
CRIBBS, JOAN
12CV0994
11CV4679
12CV0423
12CV2487
12CV1495
11CC0217
11CC3910
11CC3923
12CV1079
11CV2577
12CC2453
11CV4700
11CV4317
12CV0165
00CC2014
10CC3920
11CV0424
12CV1228
11CV4535
12CV1882
12CV1699
12CC1492
12CC1493
12CC2336
12CV3223
12CC0268
12CV0392
11CV4239
09CV4966
11CV1687
11CV3906
12CV2942
10CV2512
11CC1868
12CV2897
11CV4997
11CV3936
11CC2019
11CC3248
11CC3720
11CC2289
11CC1808
12CV0290
11CC3456
12CV1029
11CV3746
11CV2555
12CV0194
12CV1257
11CV5056
12CV0678
12CV0466
11CV4333
12CV2761
11CV3767
12CV1043
11CV4924
11CV4485
11CV5438
11CV4937
11CC2378
10CV2563
11CV5268
12CC0855
12CC0952
11CV4574
12CV1151
12CV1080
11CV4357
11CC3410
11CC3411
11CC3797
10CV4981
11CV5488
12CC1026
10CV0414
10CV1541
10CV1728
10CV1729
11CC2756
11CV5389
32 CRISP, REGINA
CRISTOBAL, OMAR
CRISWELL, E. AUSTIN
CROCKER, JOHN E.
CROFT, STEVEN
CROOM, DEIDRA
CROOM, HALDEN
CROSS, ALAN L.
CROSS, EDMUND
CROSSROADS FORD TRUCK SALES, INC.
CROUCHER, ABDIEL
CROWDER, ALEXANDER
CROWDER, ASHLEY J.
CROWDER, CYNTHIA
CROWE, CHARLES
CROWELL, ASHLEY & MOORE, LAURIE
CROWELL, DAWN
CRUMES, CODY L.
CRUMP, REGINA
CRUTCHER, KRISTINA
CRUZ, ALEXANDER
CRUZ ALVAREZ, MARCO A.
CRUZ, ARTURO
CRUZ, DIEGO
CRUZ, JOSE
CRUZ, LUIS
CRUZ, MITCHELL
CRUZ, ORLANDO
CRUZ, STEVEN
CRUZ-LOPEZ, MARTHO
CSI FORENSIC SUPPLY
CSX BROWN CORPORATION
CTG, INC. OF ILLINOIS D/B/A NOVANIS
CTG, INC. OF ILLINOIS D/B/A NOVANIS
CTG, INC. OF ILLINOIS D/B/A NOVANIS
CTG, INC. OF ILLINOIS D/B/A NOVANIS
CUESTA, JESSIE, JR.
CUEVAS, FERNANDO
CULLIGAN DEALER CORPORATION
CUMBERLAND ASSOCIATES, INC.
CUMMINGS, MICHAEL
CUMMINGS, RONALD L.
CUMMINS, LISA L.
CUNNINGHAM, HOWARD R.
CUNNINGHAM, MARK D., PH.D. ABPP
CUNNINGHAM, MARK D., PH.D. ABPP
CUNNINGHAM, SEAN
CUNNINGHAM, VONTE
CURIEL-AGUILA, JOSE
CURRIE, DAVID
CURRIE, DENZELL
CURRIE, KEVIN
CURRINGTON, LEONA
CURTIS, RUBY J.
CUSTER, MORTEZ D.
CVK ENTERPRISES, INC. D/B/A FEDERAL SUPPLY USA
CYGAN, DAREK
CYNTHIA CHOW & ASSOCIATES, LLC.
CZUPRYNA, HELENA
DAGANS, DERRICK
DAGGS, DOROTHY C.
DAHL, THOMAS
DAILY HERALD
DALLAS, BEN
DALTON, CATHERINE
DALY COMPUTERS, INC.
DAMIAN, CESAR
DAMM, KAITLYN
DAMPIER, MARK
DANCY-BLEDSOE, CANDICE
DANE, ANDREW
DANIEL, DERRICK
DANIEL, DERRICK
DANIEL, ERWIN
DANIEL, MARCUS
DANIEL, STEVIE L.
DANIELS, DELISA
DANIELS, GREGORY A.
DANIELS, KENNETH
DANIELS, MARY
DANIELS, ROBERT, JR.
33 11CV3907
12CV2297
12CV1101
10CV1710
12CV1679
11CV4158
11CC1504
12CV3622
11CV5463
11CC1747
11CV0099
11CV4757
12CV1229
12CV0083
12CV1175
04CV2693
12CC2205
11CV2120
11CV2497
11CC3069
11CV0633
12CV1496
12CV0006
11CV4085
06CC0274
10CV4804
12CV0770
11CV0589
11CV3279
12CV2389
11CC4011
09CC1119
11CC3882
12CC0601
12CC0602
12CC0604
11CV1931
10CV5730
11CC0136
11CC3564
12CV1383
11CC2930
12CV0720
10CC3446
11CC1476
11CC4134
12CV2975
12CV1563
11CV0956
11CV4101
11CV3983
07CC2042
11CV3280
10CV4545
11CV1932
12CC1247
11CV5186
11CC4014
11CV3560
11CV4536
11CC2328
05CV4547
11CC1406
08CC2635
08CC1805
11CC2553
11CV2288
12CV0679
08CV4117
10CV5623
11CV5246
11CV3143
11CV4594
08CC0453
11CV4956
11CV3984
09CV5256
12CC1621
12CV1838
10CV5765
11CV3164
DANIELS, SYLVIA
DANIELS, SYLVIA
DANIELS, SYLVIA L.
DANIELS-SMITH, MINA & JELKS, ANDRE DION, SR.
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANTZLER, TIARA L.
DANVILLE AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
DANVILLE HEALTHCARE, LLC.
DARE, KATHERINE
DARLING, DAVID L.
DARMOFAL, MATTHEW
DASE, DARLEAN
DAUEN, LEE J.
DAUGHERTY, KAYLEE
DAUGHERTY, TERRANCE
DAVE'S LOCKSMITH SERVICE
DAVID L. GATES & ASSOCIATES
DAVID L. GATES & ASSOCIATES
DAVID, NATENEYA D.
DAVIDSON, GAYLA
DAVIDSON, GLEN
DAVIDSON, LAKESHIA
DAVIDSON, LATONIA
DAVIDSON, SHABAKAR
DAVIE, LORI
DAVIES, PATRICIA
DAVILA, JUDITH
DAVILA, JUSTIN
DAVIS, ANDRA
DAVIS, ANTHONY
DAVIS, ANTYON J.
DAVIS, ARIKA LATISHA
DAVIS, ASHANTE
DAVIS, BETTY J.
DAVIS, BILLY
DAVIS, BOBBY
DAVIS, BRENDA
DAVIS, CAMISHA
DAVIS, CARL L., JR.
DAVIS, CLARENCE, SR.
DAVIS, CLIFFORD D.
DAVIS, DARLA J.
DAVIS, DE LORA J.
DAVIS, DEBRA J.
DAVIS, DERRICK
DAVIS, DUSTIN
DAVIS, ELLAWESE
DAVIS, EVELYN
DAVIS, FRANCES
DAVIS, FREDERICK L., JR.
DAVIS, GELONDA
DAVIS, JEFFREY
DAVIS, JERMAINE
DAVIS, JOHN F.
DAVIS, JOSEPH
DAVIS, JOSHUA D.
34 11CV4583
12CV0264
11CV4260
12CV1811
11CC2354
11CC2355
11CC2356
11CC2357
11CC2358
11CC2359
11CC2363
11CC2364
11CC2365
11CC2366
11CC2390
11CC2391
11CC2396
11CC2403
11CC2407
11CC2408
11CC2410
11CC2413
11CC2417
11CC2418
11CC2419
11CC2422
11CC2424
11CC3801
11CC3997
12CC0249
08CV5808
11CC0463
10CC3854
11CC3332
12CV2298
11CV3281
12CC1654
11CC3644
11CV3351
09CC3086
11CC3417
12CC1160
12CC1215
11CC3471
11CC2566
10CV4846
11CV1689
12CC1364
11CC3665
11CV4261
11CV4620
12CV0680
11CV3440
11CV4303
12CV0843
10CV4743
12CC0220
12CV0822
11CV3514
12CV3250
12CV0697
12CV1864
12CV2014
10CV5587
11CV4183
12CV0964
12CV3251
06CV4256
12CV1790
10CV5559
11CV2920
12CV0022
11CV3985
09CV4921
11CV1251
11CV2651
05CC2833
11CV2631
11CV0731
08CC2736
11CV3543
DAVIS, KATHY C.
DAVIS, KELLY & WOODHOUSE, CHARLES T., SR.
DAVIS, KEVIN
DAVIS, LATYUNA
DAVIS, LATYUNA
DAVIS, LAWRENCE S.
DAVIS, MARCUS
DAVIS, MARCUS
DAVIS, MARK
DAVIS, MARY K., PETTY CASH CUSTODIAN, SCHUYLER COUNTY FCRC
DAVIS, MICHELLE
DAVIS, NATENEYA
DAVIS, PAUL
DAVIS, PHYLLIS
DAVIS, RANDY
DAVIS, RODNEY
DAVIS, ROSALYN
DAVIS, SCOTT
DAVIS, SENTWALI
DAVIS, SHERYL
DAVIS, SHIRLEY M.
DAVIS, STELLA
DAVIS, STEVEN
DAVIS, TANISHA
DAVIS, TERRY
DAVIS, TONY J.
DAVIS, TREDERICK, SR.
DAVIS, TRESSIE
DAVIS, TYRONE
DAVIS, WILLIAM L.
DAVIS, YVETTE
DAVISON, DISTARCHA
DAWKINS, MICHAEL J.
DAWSON, LEOLA
DAWSON, NANCY
DAY, LEE ANTOINE
DAY, LEE ANTOINE
DAY, MARY
DAYE, NORRA
DAYE, WILNER D.
DAZZLE BAGS, INC.
DE ALVIZURES, MAYRA S.
DE ANDA, JOSE
DE DIOS HERNANDEZ, JUAN
DE JESUS NOVA, MIGUEL
DE LA CRUZ GUERRERO SILVA, MARIA
DE LA HAZA, RICHARD
DE LA HAZA, RICHARD
DE LA PIEDAD, WILLIAM
DE LA ROSA, EZEQUIEL
DE LA TORRE, ERIKA
DE LEON, JENNIFER
DE STEFANO, CARMINE
DE YOUNG, JARAD
DEAF COMMUNICATION BY INNOVATION
DEAN, ROBERT
DEBEBE, TADESSE
DEBOER, PHYLLIS R.
DEBORAH, PALMER T.
DECATUR AMBULANCE SERVICE, INC.
DECATUR AMBULANCE SERVICE, INC.
DECICCO, ANGELA
DECICCO, ANGELA
DECICCO, ANGELA
DEDEAUX, ROCHELLE
DEERPATH INVESTMENTS
DEFENSE GROUP FOR JUSTICE, INC.
DEGREGORIO, JOHN A.
DEHART RECYCLING EQUIPMENT, INC.
DEHOYOS, BEATRIS
DEJA, ROBERT
DEJA, ROBERT
DEJA, ROBERT
DEJESUS, WILFREDO
DEKALB COUNTY STATE'S ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
DEL ROCIO ARIAS, MARIA
DEL TORO, DOROTEO
DEL TORO, OCTAVIO
DELACRUZ-RODRIGUEZ, MAURILLO
DELANEY, CODY
DELANEY, ERNEST R.
35 10CV5131
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11CV0796
DELANEY, JOHN W.
DELANEY, KIMBERLY A.
DELAO, RAE
DELAROSA, VICTOR
DELATORRE, ALFONSO
DELEON, CLAUDIA
DELGADO, CHRISTINA
DELGADO, FELIX F.
DELGADO, JOSE
DELGADO, JOSEPH
DELGADO, OCTAVIO
DELGADO, YENEISY
DELGADO, YENEISY
DELGADO, YENEISY
DELGADO, YENEISY
DELGADO, YENEISY
DELGADO, YENEISY
DELL, EDDIE, JR.
DELL, INC.
DEMBRY, DELORIS
DEMMA, FAWNA
DEMONT, DANIEL D., SR.
DENNIS A. WYSONG ON-LINE SECURITY SYSTEMS, LLC.
DENNIS, ANGELA A.
DENNIS, NADINE
DENNIS, NADINE
DENNIS, NADINE
DENSMORE, LOIS & MONTGOMERY, TAURESHA
DENT, BRITTANY
DEPKE GASES & WELDING SUPPLIES
DEPKE GASES & WELDING SUPPLIES
DEPOISTER, JARED L.
DEROUSSE, DANIEL
DES PLAINES PARK DISTRICT
DESCH, DEWEY F., SR.
DESK & DOOR NAMEPLATE COMPANY, INC.
DEUTSCHMANN, BETHANY
DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES CENTER
DEWITT, MARTIN R.
DI MATTEO, SCOTT J.
DIAZ, ABEL
DIAZ, ADRIAN
DIAZ DELEON, MAYA
DIAZ, DELIA
DIAZ, DELIA
DIAZ, DELIA
DIAZ, DELIA
DIAZ, DELIA
DIAZ, DELIA
DIAZ, FACUNDO
DIAZ, ISRAEL
DIAZ, LETICIA
DIAZ, LINO
DIAZ, MARIA S. & PALAFOX, MARIA E.
DIAZ, MARVIN G.
DIAZ, PEDRO
DIAZ, PEDRO
DIAZ, RAMIRO
DIAZ, RICARDO
DIAZ, ROBERT
DIAZ, ROSALVA
DIAZ, RUTH
DIAZ, RUTH
DIAZ, RUTH
DIAZ, VICENTE
DIAZ, VICENTE
DIBBLE, TERRY L., JR.
DICK BLICK COMPANY
DICKERSON, CRAIG R.
DICKERSON, IDA M.
DIEDRICH, SARA
DIEGUEZ, DENA
DIENEMA, JASON K.
DIFRONZO, MICHAEL A.
DIGITAL DYNAMICS CORPORATION
DIKBAS, MUSTAFA
DIKBAS, MUSTAFA
DIKBAS, ROSANNA
DILA, SORINA R.
DILA, SORINA R.
DILLARD, MARCUS
36 11CV0157
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12CV1713
10CC0174
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10CC3127
12CC2638
12CV0376
12CV0567
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11CV4538
11CV2632
DILLON, ROBERT
DILWORTH, QUINTON
DINEEN, TRACY
DINGLE, PHILLIS
DINGLE, PHILLIS
DINSE, ZACHARY D.
DISHER, KATHY
DISHER, TIMOTHY R.
DISHMAN, RICHARD
DIVERSIFIED COLLECTIONS
DIXON, ARTHUR
DIXON, CHRISTINE
DIXON, JOSEPH
DOBBS, DIANE E.
DOBBS, FELICIA
DOBBS, RUSSELL K.
DOBEREINER, CHRISTOPHER LORENZ
DOBEREINER, LEE ANN
DOBOSZ, ADELA
DOBROVOLNY, JOANNA
DOBSON, DEON
DOBSON, JUDY B.
DOBYNES, ROBERT
DOBYNES, SHWANDA
DOCKERY, CURTIS L. & FRAZIER, VINCENT
DOCKERY, MELVIN
DODD, MARY F.
DODD, MARY F.
DODSON, MELISSA
DOHRN, HEATHER
DOLAN, JENNIFER
DOLEGLO, JUSTYNA
DOLIS, JAMES
DOMINGUEZ, DOMINGO
DOMINGUEZ, GILBERT
DOMINGUEZ, MARTA
DOMINGUEZ, SERGIO
DOMINO, DEBRA
DONADO, SAUL
DONAHUE, ERVIN C.
DONALD R. CLARK DELIVERY SERVICE
DONELSON, CHARLES
DONELSON, CHRISTIAN D.
DONLEY, FARRICKIA
DONTIGNEY, DUSTIN A.
DOOLEY, KELSEY
DORNEY, GAIL
DOROBA, JANET
DORRIS, LOVALLE
DORTCH, BEULAH
DOSS, JIMMY
DOSS, ROBERT
DOUBEK, JACQUELINE J.
DOUBET, JADE
DOUGHERTY, BRIAN
DOUGLAS, LEVAR, MINOR BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, TONYA CHAMBERS
DOW, PATRICK K.
DOWDY, ARCHIE L.
DOWER, CHARISSE
DOWLING, HEATHER
DOWNEY, DOUG
DOWNS, JOSEPH
DOYLE, BRIANNA M.
DOYLE PLUMBING & HEATING COMPANY
DOYLE PLUMBING & HEATING COMPANY
DOYLE-YOUNG, MYRNA
D.R. DEKALB, LLC. & AUTUMN CREEK MANAGEMENT SERVICES, INC.
DRAG, MARIAN
DRAKE, JAMES L., JR.
DRAKE, SHEILA
DRAPER, DARRYL, JR.
DREW, ROSLYN O. & KOGER, FREDERICK S.
DRIGGERS, JAMES
DRINKWATER, GINA
DRISCOLL, JEFFREY
DROBNY, WILLIAM J., II
DRUMMERS, BRYAN
DRURY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
DRURY INN & SUITES FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS
DRURY INN & SUITES FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS
DRURY INN & SUITES FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS
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DRURY INN & SUITES FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS
DRURY INN & SUITES O'FALLON
DRURY INN & SUITES SPRINGFIELD
DRURY INN & SUITES SPRINGFIELD
DRURY INN & SUITES SPRINGFIELD
DRURY INN MARION
DRURY INN MARION
DRURY INN MT. VERNON
DRYSDALE, DOROTHY
DTIVER, DALVIN
DU PREE, ANTONE
DUANE DEAN BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
DUBIL, JOHN
DUBOSE, SCIPIO
DUCEY, IRIS L.
DUCEY, SCOTT R.
DUCKSWORTH, MICHAEL
DUDA, ALISA
DUDA, RICHARD
DUDLEY, LINDA
DUFF, AVERY
DUGAL, PATRICK
DUGAN, LINDA L.
DUKE, CLARENCE J.
DUKES, DEAMOND
DUMAS, HENRY
DUNBAR, CASEY
DUNBAR, TAVIS D.
DUNCAN, ALICIA
DUNCAN, ALICIA
DUNCAN, AMANDA
DUNCAN, RAYMOND
DUNCAN, ROBERT J. & JANE W.
DUNDAS, LORETTA
DUNDON, KATHRYN
DUNFORD, ANDREA S.
DUNFORD, DANIEL L.
DUNMIRE EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC.
DUNN, DAWN
DUNN, ERIC
DUNN, GLORIA D.
DUNN, MAURICE A.
DUNNING, CARIE
DUNNING ELECTRICAL SERVICES, INC.
DUPAGE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
DUPAGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
DUPREE, CEDRIC
DUPREE, CEDRIC
DURAN, ADRIANA
DURAN, ANDRE
DURAN, GRISELDA
DURAN, VICENTE
DURBIN, DEEANN A.
DURBIN, JACQUELINE R.
DURBIN, KRIS A.
DURBIN, TIMOTHY L.
DURHAM, MIKE
DURPETTI, DAVID A.
DURR, TYLER
DURRENBERGER, BILL
DURST, AMY
DUTTON, CARRIE
DUTTON, CHERYL
DUVALL, HEIDI
DWYER, JULIE E.
DYER, IDA
DYER, SAMUEL
DYES, DE ANDRE
DYKES, ROMON M.
DZIUBEK, MARCIN
EAGLETON, RICHARD E., RECEIVER FOR THE SPRINGDALE CEMETERY
EALY, YVONNE D.
EARLE, MARC, JR.
EARWIN, CANDICE
EASLEY, THONEQUEA
EASLEY, TINA L.
EAST CENTRAL IL AREA AGENCY ON AGING, INC.
EAST MOLINE CITIZENS COMMUNITY CENTER
EASTAND, CHARLIE
EASTER SEALS DVFR VILLA PARK
EASTERLING, MAURICE
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
EATON CORPORATION
EBERHARD, PETER & JOANN, PARENTS OF AMY L., NICOLE M., AND LYNN E.
EBERLY, JONATHAN
EBGOLKA, LAURA
ECHOLES, TAMMY
ECHOLS, DERRICK JR
ECKER CENTER
ECNERET FAMILY SERVICES
ECOLAB PEST ELIMINATION
EDAX, INC.
EDDY, REBEKAH J.
EDGAR COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES & DISASTER AGENCY
EDGAR COUNTY RECORDER
EDGERTON, JASON
EDSTROM, JOAN P.
EDWARD DON & COMPANY
EDWARDS, ADONNIUS
EDWARDS, ADONNIUS
EDWARDS, CORNELIUS
EDWARDS, DOROTHY
EDWARDS, JAMAR
EDWARDS, JENNIFER
EDWARDS, MEL C.
EDWARDS, MONICA P.
EDWARDS, VINCE
EDWARDS, VIRGINIA L.
EDWARDS, WANDA
EDYBURN, JAMES W.
EFFINGHAM BUILDERS SUPPLY
EGDORF, JESSICA
EGYPTIAN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE
EGYPTIAN HEALTH DEPARTMENT
EHC INDUSTRIES, INC.
ELAM, MARIO
ELAM, WILLIAM S.
ELCOCK, GERMAINE A.
ELISABETH LUDEMAN CENTER RESOURCE UNIT
ELKINS, JERRY
ELLAHI, MAQBOOL
ELLENBECKER, CHARLES
ELLIOTT, AUBREY A.
ELLIOTT, DESIREE A.
ELLIOTT, JOSHUA
ELLIOTT LAMAR A.
ELLIS, GENEVA
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ELLIS, LORETTA
ELLIS, MARIO
ELLIS, NINA
ELLIS, PATRICIA
ELLIS, PATRICIA
ELLIS, PATRICIA
ELLISON, BRENDA
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ELLSWORTH, MCKAYLA
ELM CITY REHABILITATION CENTER, INC.
ELM CITY REHABILITATION CENTER, INC.
ELM CITY REHABILITATION CENTER, INC.
ELM CITY REHABILITATION CENTER, INC.
ELM CITY REHABILITATION CENTER, INC.
ELM CITY REHABILITATION CENTER, INC.
ELMES, JAMES P., M.D.
ELMWOOD SUPPLY
ELSAYEGH, MAGED
ELUSTA, MORAD
EMANUEL, KENNETH, JR.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL PHYSICIANS OF KANKAKEE
EMERSON JANE
EMP OF KANKAKEE COUNTY, LLC.
EMP OF KANKAKEE COUNTY, LLC.
EMS DATA SYSTEMS, INC.
EMS ENTERPRISES, INC. D/B/A BLENN BRUNK STATIONERS
EMS ENTERPRISES, INC.D/B/A GLENN BRUNK STATIONERS
ENGEL, TRAVIS
ENGLUND, JOSPHINE
ENIS, PATRICK D.
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11CC2638
11CV4958
ENSIGN, PATSY
ENTEC SERVICES, INC.
ENTEC SERVICES, INC.
ENTEC SERVICES, INC.
ENTERPRISE RENT-A-CAR COMPANY MIDWEST, LLC.
EPPERSON-JAMES, CHATRIKA
EPPS, GEORGIA
EQUIPMENT DEPOT OF ILLINOIS
EQUIPMENT DEPOT OF ILLINOIS
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
ERDMANN, BRANDON C.
ERVES, BRYANT
ERVES, BRYANT
ESCALANTE, JUAN
ESCAMILLA, NICK G.
ESCOBAR, ANTONIO O.
ESCOBAR, DEANNA
ESCOTO, JOEL
ESPANA, CALIXTO A.
ESPARZA, ALICIA
ESPARZA, ULYSSES
ESPEJEL, ANGELICA
ESPINAL, JAIRO
ESPINAL, MARVIN
ESQUIRE DEPOSITION SOLUTIONS, LLC.
ESQUIRE DEPOSITION SOLUTIONS, LLC.
ESQUIRE DEPOSITION SOLUTIONS, LLC.
ESQUIRE DEPOSITION SOLUTIONS, LLC.
ESQUIVEL, JUAN
ESTES, VANCE
ESTRADA, ALEXANDER
ESTRADA, CELSO
ESTRADA, DORA
ESTRADA, EVELYN
ESTRADA, MIGUEL
ESTRADA, ROSA
ESTRADA-RODRIGUEZ, ALFREDO
EUELL, MAURICE
EUGENE, JACQUES
EUROPEAN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
EUROPEAN SERVICE AT HOME, INC.
EUROPEAN SERVICE AT HOME, INC.
EUROPEAN SERVICE AT HOME, INC.
EVANCHIK, JEFFREY
EVANS & EVANS COUNSELING/CONSULTANT SERVICES
EVANS, ANTHONY
EVANS, BOBBIE
EVANS, BOBBIE
EVANS, CAROL
EVANS, CAROL
EVANS, CHRISTOPHER
EVANS, DONALD
EVANS, EARL
EVANS, JENNIFER
EVANS, JULIE
EVANS, LEE R.
EVANS, MIKE
EVANS, MONTRELL AKA ALFY DAVIS
EVANS, PATRICIA
EVANS, RONALD
EVANS, SYLVESTER
EVANS, TERRY K.
EVANS, THOMAS
EVANS, TIERA
EVANS, WILLIAM
EVANS, WILLIAM C.
EVEREST HOME HEALTHCARE, INC.
EVERETT-SUMMERS, STEPHANIE
EVERETT-SUMMERS, STEPHANIE
EVERGREEN PLAZA ASSOCIATES IV, LP.
EVERY BLOOMIN INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY, INC.
EVIDENT, INC.
EVIDENT, INC.
40 09CV5949
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EVIDENT, INC.
EWALD, JOSHUA P.
EWING, PERSHOUN
EXCLUSIVE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC.
EXCLUSIVE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC.
EXPERT CHEMICAL & SUPPLY COMPANY
EXPERT CHEMICAL & SUPPLY COMPANY
EXPRESS DIAGNOSTICS INTERNATIONAL
EYE SURGEONS ASSOCIATES
EYTINA, YOVELAH
EZELL, LISA
FABBRI, TERRY L.
FAHEY, RYAN
FAINT, PAULETTE
FAIRCHILD, JOSEPH
FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES
FAISON, TONYA
FALATOVICS, EVA
FALCIONI, MICHAEL N.
FALCONI, SEGUNDO
FALETTI, DONALD
FALETTI, DONALD
FALLEN, MICHELLE L.
FALLON, TIMOTHY M.
FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTERS
FAMILY LIFE CONSULTANTS, INC.
FAMILY LIFE CONSULTANTS, INC.
FAMILY LIFE CONSULTANTS, INC.
FAMILY LIFE CONSULTANTS, INC.
FAMILY LIFE CONSULTANTS, INC.
FAMILY SERVICE & CHILDREN'S AID
FANNING, ROBERT L.
FANNING, ROBERT L.
FANNING, ROBERT L.
FANNING, SHANNON
FARFAN, ARCELIA & FARFAN, CORNELIO, SR.
FARFAN, JESSICA
FARINA, KERRY J.
FARLEY, FRANK
FARLEY, FRANK
FARMER, WILLIAM J.
FARRAR, GLORIA J.
FARRELL, KRYSTAL
FARRIOR, SHUVERICK
FASSNACHT, TIM
FASTENAL COMPANY
FASTSIGNS
FASULLO, LOUIS
FATHAUER, RICKIE
FATKA, JOHN
FAULKNER, ELIZABETH
FAVELA, ESTELA
FAYNE, FREDERICK
FAYSON, DAVID
FAZIO, EDITH S.
FEDERAL FUNDS INFORMATION FOR STATES
FEI, LISA M.
FELDKAMP, SCOTT
FELDKAMP, SCOTT
FELDKAMP, SCOTT
FELGNER, JEFFREY
FELLS, ALONZO
FELTY, STEVEN
FERGUSON, CORNELL
FERGUSON, DENNIS
FERGUSON, MARVIN E.
FERGUSON, MICHAEL
FERGUSON, VERNITA & TAYLOR, THELMA
FERNANDEZ, ANASTACIO
FERNANDEZ, JESSICA
FERNANDEZ, PABLO
FERNANDEZ, ROY
FERRANTE, SUSAN
FERREIRA, MIGUEL
FERRELL, KYLEE A.
FERRELLGAS
FERRIO, LAURA
FESSLER, ERIN
FHN CENTRAL BILLING OFFICE
FIALA, SHEILA
FIEDLER, CHARLES P.
12CC0308
11CV3078
11CV4135
11CC2492
11CC4013
11CC3857
11CC3986
11CC1659
11CC3598
11CV2122
11CV4240
11CV4335
11CV1137
12CV0395
12CV0495
11CC1435
12CV0922
11CV3791
12CC3318
12CV2041
11CV3939
11CV4241
09CV1856
11CV5464
11CC4070
12CC0725
12CC0726
12CC0929
12CC0931
12CC0934
11CC1395
11CC2498
11CC2518
11CC2519
11CV0480
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12CV2823
10CV4983
11CC3815
12CC2133
11CV0930
12CV0166
11CV3241
11CV4359
12CV0425
11CC2571
12CC0824
10CC0134
11CV4539
11CC4074
12CV3600
11CV3228
11CV4013
05CC2028
10CV2192
12CC1404
09CC1691
12CV0037
12CV0038
12CV0039
10CV5031
11CC1289
11CV5366
10CV5333
11CV4595
12CV1592
08CC3116
12CV0547
12CV1934
11CV1111
12CV1047
12CV0293
11CV2654
11CV3769
12CV0968
11CC2233
12CC0555
12CV3623
11CC3798
12CC1265
11CV3839
41 FIELDS, CAROLYN
FIELDS, CYNTHIA
FIELDS, DORIS J.
FIELLO, CATHY
FIGGS, LESLIE
FIGIEL, BOGDAN
FIGUEROA, DELINDA
FIGUEROA, JUANA
FILARSKI, ADAM R.
FILSON, CHERYL
FINA, SHARON
FINES, DREW
FINKELSTEIN, MEGAN
FINLEY, EARL
FINLEY, SHAQUILLE
FIRST HEALTH LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK & TRUST COMPANY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK & TRUST COMPANY
FISCHER, JOSEPH
FISHER, JALEESA
FISHER RESEARCH LABS
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
FISHER, SHEEHAN & COLTON
FITZGERALD, STEPHANIE B.
FITZPATRICK, ALLEN S.
FITZSIMMONS, ROBERT
F.J. MURPHY & SONS, INC.
F.J. MURPHY & SONS, INC.
FLANAGAN, PHYLLIS I.
FLANDERS, MARY ANN
FLEMING, ALEXANDER
FLEMING, MICHAEL
FLEMINGS, MARVIN
FLEMON, JESSICA
FLETCHER, DAVID J., M.D.
FLETCHER, DAVID J., M.D.
FLISK, NORA
FLOOD TESTING LABORATORIES
FLORENCE, CHARLES
FLORES, AMADEO
FLORES, BEATRIZ
FLORES, BEATRIZ
FLORES, EDITH
FLORES, EDITH
FLORES, GILBERTO
FLORES, GILBERTO
FLORES, GILBERTO
FLORES, GILBERTO & MARCHANT, WAYNE
FLORES, LUCIO
FLORES, MARISELA
FLORES, NORMA
FLORES, NORMA
FLORES, SALUSTIO
FLORES, YOLANDA
FLORIDA MICRO, INC.
FLOWERS, BERNADETTE
FLOWERS, DENNIS
FLOWERS, WILLIAM E.
FLOWERS, WILLIS
FLOYD, JOCILYN
FLOYD, MARILYN L.
FLYNN, SUSAN
FOBBS, GEORGE
FOLEY-TICHENOR, JILL
FOLEY-TICHENOR, JILL
FOLLETT HIGHER EDUCATION GROUP
FOLLETT HIGHER EDUCATION GROUP
FOMARK COMPANIES, LLC.
FONDER, DYLAN
FONSECA, ARNULFO
FONSECA, ARNULFO
FONVILLE, JUSTIN
42 09CV1801
12CV0712
11CV4388
09CV2040
11CV3033
09CV0665
12CV3088
12CV0824
11CV4213
12CC1025
12CV0145
11CV4621
11CV5367
11CV4491
11CV2442
11CC3510
11CC3995
11CC3996
12CV0496
12CV0247
11CC1910
11CC1775
11CC1776
11CC1805
11CC2167
11CC3502
11CC3522
11CC3534
12CC0646
12CC0647
12CC0650
12CC2388
11CV3008
11CV0300
12CC1965
12CC0926
12CC2582
12CV0722
11CV2418
11CV4702
11CV2983
09CC2899
10CV5121
10CC2499
10CC2660
11CC2250
08CC2909
12CV0467
12CV1701
12CV0023
12CV1048
12CV0948
12CV0996
11CV3470
11CV3471
11CV3472
11CV3469
11CV2157
12CV1570
09CV4376
09CV4377
11CV4160
11CV5027
11CC3890
11CV3536
11CV4389
11CC1924
12CV3113
12CV0902
11CV4505
11CV5230
12CV0267
11CC3566
11CC3570
11CC3852
12CC0129
12CC0612
10CV4653
09CC2777
10CV3483
11CV2472
FOOTE, CHRISTOPHER
FOOTE, COLLEEN
FORBES, JORDAN L.
FORD, CARL T.
FORD, CLARENCE J.
FORD, DANIELLE
FORD, JERMAINE
FORD, MICHAEL
FORD, PHILLIP G.
FORD, SAMUEL B.
FORD, SAMUEL B.
FORD SQUARE OF MOUNT VERNON, LTD.
FORD SQUARE OF MOUNT VERNON, LTD.
FORD SQUARE OF MOUNT VERNON, LTD.
FORD SQUARE OF MOUNT VERNON, LTD.
FORD, TASIA
FORD, TEVIN
FORD-LINCOLN-MERCURY, INC.
FOREMAN, FAHLIN
FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT OF DUPAGE COUNTY
FORGY, NICOLE
FORMAN, ANTHONY
FORNARI, JONATHAN P.
FORNEY, RHONDA S.
FORREST, TRENNEY D.
FORSHAW, AMY
FORSYTHE, BEMJAMIN
FORSYTHE, JUSTIN
FORSYTHE, MIRAU
FORTMAN, KEVIN D.
FORTUNE, WANDA D.
FOSTER, DEONTE
FOSTER, DIANA
FOSTER, MANDRICKAS
FOSTER, MARIA
FOSTER, WARREN
FOUNTAIN, LISA
FOUNTAIN, LISA
FOUR RIVERS SPECIAL EDUCATION DISTRICT
FOURKAS, DARLENE
FOURMAN, GEOFFREY M.
FOURTE, JAMES R., SR. & MONTGOMERY, DOMINIQUE
FOX, JEANETTE & RODGERS, TISHA
FOX, KATHRYN L.
FOX LAKE, VILLAGE OF
FOX RIVER FOODS, INC.
FOX'S CLEANERS & UNIFORMS
FOXX, WILLA Z.
FRAHER FORD, INC.
FRAMPTON, CHRISTOPHER
FRANCIS, MICHAEL
FRANCO, AURORA
FRANEK, NICHOLAS T.
FRANK, ANTHONY W.
FRANK, MICHAEL
FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
FRANKLIN, DEANTRELL
FRANKLIN, EDWARD J.
FRANKLIN, GLORIA
FRANKLIN, MICHAEL
FRANKLIN, PERRY
FRANKLIN, SHAUNNA
FRANKLIN, STEPHEN J.
FRANKLIN WILLIAMSON HUMAN SERVICES
FRANSENE, JAKE D.
FRANZESE, VITO
FRASER, TIMOTHY
FRAUSTO, SILVIA
FRAZIER, AMARIS S.
FRAZIER, CHRISTINA
FRAZIER, SHAWANA
FREDERICK, AUSTIN D.
FREEBORN & PETERS, LLP
FREEDOM HOUSE
FREEMAN, CARRIE A.
FREEMAN, DILLARD
FREEMAN, JOSHUA L.
FREEMAN, VIRGIE
FRICKS, KAREN
43 10CV3554
11CV4402
11CV4715
10CV5057
12CV0771
11CV5157
11CV0538
10CV3686
12CV2273
10CV1730
10CV4705
11CC3197
11CC3198
11CC3199
11CC3201
11CV3415
11CV4791
11CC2789
11CV3282
11CC3430
09CV1203
11CV2695
11CV5514
11CV2291
12CV1468
11CV5419
11CV4086
11CV4161
11CV4066
11CV4067
11CV3666
12CV0084
11CV3940
12CV0568
11CV0758
12CC0999
11CV5158
12CV0772
04CC4021
09CV2783
11CV2292
11CV5003
11CV2305
11CC3607
12CC0211
11CC3390
12CC1418
12CV1768
11CC3959
12CV1519
10CV3485
12CV2687
11CV4817
11CV2966
11CV1734
12CC2194
12CC2195
12CC2196
11CV2076
12CV1386
11CV3563
11CV4506
06CC3360
11CV4575
11CV0733
12CC1624
12CV0497
12CC0202
11CC2187
11CV4288
11CV4758
12CV1469
12CV0825
12CV2767
10CC0353
12CC0857
10CV0918
12CV1153
12CV0057
12CV0636
12CV2610
FRICKS, WAYNE A., SR.
12CV2611
FRICKS, WAYNE A., SR. & KAREN
12CV1681
FRIEDRICH AIR CONDITIONING COMPANY
11CC4107
FRIEND, DEANGELO, SR.
11CV3868
FRINGER, ANTHONY
11CV0591
FRISON, LATRICE
11CV2445
FRISON, LATRICE
11CV2446
FRISON, LATRICE
11CV4403
FRISON, REGINALD, SR.
12CV0614
FRITZ, LEAH
11CV4649
FRONTIER INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK IN REHABILITATION, ON BEHALF OF 03CC1587
FROST, DAVID
11CV4650
FRY, COLLETTE
11CC1304
FUENTES, JOSE LUIS
11CV3283
FUENTES, RAFAEL
12CV2101
FULLER, BILLY
12CV3166
FULLER, KYNDON J.
11CV0872
FULLILOVE, DOROTHY & OSBORNE, ROLANDA & ALLEN, LAKISHA
10CV4017
FULLOS, WENDY
12CV0344
FULTON, DEVON
11CV3009
FULTON, MATTHEW D.
11CV3385
FULTZ, MELISSA
10CV3556
FULWILEY, VERNON
12CV0324
FUNCHES, ROMELL
12CV0773
FUNCHESS, ANSEL
11CV2158
GA PRECISION
11CC1405
GABRIELSEN, JAMES
12CV1654
GAGAN, MARTHA V.
11CV3196
GAGNE, JUANITA
11CV1479
GAINES, SUTTONGNIA
08CC0679
GALESBURG, CITY OF
11CC0994
GALESBURG, CITY OF
12CC0539
GALESBURG LABORATORIES, LTD. PTR
11CC2618
GALESBURG LABORATORIES, LTD. PTR
11CC2619
GALETTI, YVETTE
10CV2320
GALICA, FERMIN D.
11CV3986
GALINDO, CARLOS
12CV0167
GALLAGHER, CATHERINE
09CV2680
GALLARZO, GILBERT
12CV2768
GALLEGOS, ALBERTO
11CV5072
GALLEGOS, JOVITA
12CV1909
GALLEGOS, JOVITA
12CV3426
GALLOWAY, LAWANDA
12CV0468
GALLOWAY, TRACIE L.
12CV0615
GALVAN, MARINA
11CV3386
GAMBER, GLEN C., JR.
11CV3987
GAMINO, MARIA G.
12CV2142
GANET, MARTHA
12CC0568
GANTT, KENNETH
11CV4052
GAO, YOU WER
11CV4262
GARCIA, ABRAHAM A.
11CV3667
GARCIA, AIDA I.
11CV5349
GARCIA, ALBA
11CV3792
GARCIA, ALEJANDRO
11CV1256
GARCIA, ALFREDO
10CV5502
GARCIA, ANDRES, SR.
11CV0524
GARCIA, BEATRIZ
11CV3622
GARCIA, BLANCA
11CV2447
GARCIA BUCIO, MARIO
12CV2125
GARCIA, CARLOS
12CV2644
GARCIA, DEMETRA
11CV3132
GARCIA, DOMINGA
12CV1439
GARCIA, ERWIN
12CV2978
GARCIA, FERNANDO
11CV3259
GARCIA, GABRIEL
12CV0585
GARCIA, GUADALUPE
11CV3706
GARCIA, HUMBERTO
10CV3189
GARCIA, JACQUELINE L.
12CV0130
GARCIA, JESUS
11CV0734
GARCIA, JONATHAN
12CV1180
GARCIA, JOSE
11CV2746
GARCIA, JOSE
12CV1685
GARCIA, JOSE
12CV1686
GARCIA, JOSE LUIS
12CV0923
GARCIA, MARGARITA
11CV3812
GARCIA, MARIA
12CV0969
GARCIA, MARIA
12CV2067
GARCIA, MARIA
12CV2068
GARCIA, MARIA
12CV2069
GARCIA, MARIA
12CV2070
GARCIA, MATILDE
11CV5041
44 GARCIA, MATILDE
GARCIA, MATILDE
GARCIA, MATILDE
GARCIA, MATILDE
GARCIA, MILAGROS
GARCIA, PRUDENCIO
GARCIA, RAMON
GARCIA, RAMON
GARCIA, RAYMOND
GARCIA, REFUGIA
GARCIA, RICHARD M. C.
GARCIA, RUBEN
GARCIA, SARAH J.
GARCIA, WILLIS
GARDINA, JAMIE
GARDNER, CARTON & DOUGLAS
GARDNER, DIANE
GARDNER, SAMUEL
GARDNER, WILLIAM
GARDUNIO, RICARDO A.
GAREDA DIVERSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICES,
GAREDA DIVERSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICES,
GAREDA DIVERSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICES,
GAREDA DIVERSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICES,
GAREDA DIVERSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICES,
GARGUS, ROY
GARNER, CHRISTOPHER
GARNETT, ALAN A.
GARR, WILMA C.
GARRARD, CHERYL L.
GARRARD, CHERYL L.
GARRETT, JARVIS
GARRETT, LOLETHA
GARRICK, HOWARD
GARRIDO, HORACIO
GARRISON, MARCUS A.
GARRON, RENEL
GARTH, KENNETH
GARUS, GABRIELA
GARVEY, MICHAEL P.
GARVOLTOVA, ANDREA
GARY, KASHARA
GARZA, GABRIELLA
GARZA, LAURA
GARZA, LAURA
GASH, TERESA L.
GASTON, TERRELL
GASTON, THOMAS
GATES, LAMONT
GATES, WHITNEY L.
GATEWAY FOUNDATION
GATEWOOD, AKEABA
GATEWOOD, VENUS
GATEWOOD, VENUS
GATTON, DARLENE DEE
GAUSTAD, ADAM
GAYDEN, CORDERO
GAYTAN, RAMIRO
GAZELLA, NICHOLAS
GCS SERVICES, INC.
GEBALA, DANIELLE
GEICO GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY
GEISEN, CHRISTINA
GENANDT, GREGORY A.
GENTIL, RAYMOND, JR.
GENTILE, ROSS K
GENTIVA HEALTH SERVICES
GENTIVA HEALTH SERVICES
GENTIVA HEALTH SERVICES
GENTRY, JASON CHARLES
GENTRY, KRISTINA
GEORGE E. RYDMAN & ASSOCIATES, LTD.
GERARDO, RUBEN
GERKITZ, HALEY E.
GERMANTOWN, VILLAGE OF
GERRITSEN, DAVID
GERSTEIN, MICHAEL D.
GERVACIO, JOSE
GERVACIO, LUISA
GET FRESH PRODUCE, INC.
GET FRESH PRODUCE, INC.
12CV1682
12CV1683
12CV1684
12CV1815
11CV5350
12CV1738
11CV3564
11CV3942
11CV4404
12CV0470
11CV2213
10CV5793
03CV3888
12CV1203
12CV0131
03CC2512
11CV4651
11CV3473
11CV2880
11CV3197
09CC1408
10CC0354
10CC0370
11CC0216
11CC2699
11CV3728
11CV3891
11CV5057
11CC2447
12CV0970
12CV2250
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11CV0735
11CV4741
12CV1230
11CV5292
11CV5394
11CV3260
11CV2394
11CC1199
11CV3284
05CC3349
12CV1985
12CV2274
12CV2993
11CV1863
11CV4901
12CV3254
12CV0426
11CV4289
11CC2724
11CV2715
11CV4562
12CV0024
09CV2594
11CV1528
11CV4596
11CV5004
11CV0291
11CC1325
10CV0758
03CC0977
10CV4121
11CC2088
10CV5565
11CC0354
11CC4021
11CC4058
12CC0148
11CV4759
11CV4068
11CC1152
12CV0637
11CV2328
11CC1567
11CV1089
12CC0265
12CV0659
12CV0195
11CC3775
12CC0082
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45 GETTINGER, INC.
GEUNS, CALEB J.
GIBBS, MARIO, JR.
GIBSON, DIANNA
GIBSON, KENNETH F.
GIDEON, JOSEPH L.
GIEDRAITIS, ERIC
GIENOW, ANTHONY
GIERSCH, COURTNI L.
GIFFIN, WINNING, COHEN & BODEWES, PC.
GIL HEBARD GUNS, INC.
GIL HEBARD GUNS, INC.
GIL, ZENON & TZAKIS, DENNIS & CAWELLE, CHARLES ET AL
GILBERT, ANTHONY
GILBERT, MELISSA J.
GILBERT, RANDY K.
GILBERT, THEODORE H.
GILES, ANTHONY
GILKER, ROBERT RAY, ESTATE OF; BY & THROUGH GEORGE GILKER, DOROTHY
GILKEY, ARION
GILL, MARY
GILLARD, GLENN B., JR.
GILLIAM, EARL
GILMORE, TYNEISHA
GILSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
GILSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
GILSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
GILSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
GILSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
GILYARD, MICHAEL
GINAJLO, JAN
GINES, SIDNEY
GIPSON, JENNIFER
GIRON, JONATHON
GIRON, MIRTA
GIS SOLUTIONS, INC.
GIST, ALLISON
GIST, ALLISON
GIST, ALLISON
GIST, ALLISON
GIST, ALLISON
GIST, ALLISON
GITTERLE, LOUIS
GIVEN, JOYCE M.
GIVENS, CARMEN
GIVENS, KAMILAH
GIVENS, RIMMANA
GLADDEN, JERRY
GLASGOW, WILLIAM
GLASS SPECIALTY COMPANY, INC.
GLASS SPECIALTY COMPANY, INC.
GLASS SPECIALTY COMPANY, INC.
GLEATON, D'MARIO
GLEESON, ANDREW
GLENKIRK D/B/A OPPORTUNITY SECURE DATA DESTRUCTION
GLENN, DALE
GLENVIEW, VILLAGE OF
GLIDEWELL, KATHY
GLOBAL GOVERNMENT EDUCATION SOLUTIONS, INC.
GLOSSER, JEREMIE
GNEZDA, JOHN
GNIECKI, DAVID R.
GODEE, MARY L.
GODFREY, CHRISTOPHER
GODFREY, LISA
GODWIN, LORI
GODWIN, LORI
GOEHL, KATHY R.
GOEHL, LAURENCE L. R.
GOEHL, PATRICIA A.
GOETT, AMY
GOETZ, RYAN
GOETZE, MARTIN
GOLABEK, JONATHAN S.
GOLAR, KEVIN
GOLD CHICAGO REALTY, LLC.
GOLD, STEVEN A.
GOLD WATER INDUSTRIES, INC.
GOLD WATER INDUSTRIES, INC.
GOLD WATER INDUSTRIES, INC.
GOLDEN, LARRY
46 11CC1957
11CV2395
11CV4874
11CV4319
10CV4427
12CV1794
11CV4507
11CV3988
12CV0380
10CC1043
11CC2779
11CC2780
11CC0435
10CV1265
11CV4087
10CV2439
11CC2524
11CV0593
97CC2019
11CV5198
11CV3771
11CV4425
12CV1049
12CV1498
11CC2227
11CC2229
11CC3594
11CC3595
11CC3596
09CC3022
11CV5187
12CV2378
11CV4360
12CV1154
11CV4939
12CC1987
11CV4875
11CV4876
11CV4877
11CV4878
11CV4879
11CV5351
12CV3115
12CV0325
11CV4716
11CV5490
11CV1447
12CV1739
11CV5192
11CC2483
11CC2485
11CC2486
11CV2851
11CC3029
11CC3433
11CV4361
12CC0546
10CV5093
12CC0230
12CV3028
11CV3146
11CV5218
10CV4167
11CV4439
11CV0252
11CC2382
12CC1221
11CC2436
11CC2301
11CC2302
12CV2861
11CV3840
09CV1314
11CV3285
10CC1327
11CC3943
09CV6415
10CC0937
11CC2792
11CC3051
03CC4084
GOLDEN, VICTOR C., JR.
GOLDIE, NICHOLAS B.
GOLUB, SARA
GOMER, KEVIN
GOMEZ, AMANDA
GOMEZ, ANNA
GOMEZ, EDGAR M.
GOMEZ, EDGAR M.
GOMEZ, ELVIS
GOMEZ, GLORIA
GOMEZ, ISMAEL
GOMEZ, JOSE
GOMEZ, MARIA
GOMEZ, MOYZES A.
GOMEZ, ORLANDO
GOMEZ, PABLO
GOMEZ, SAKEENA
GOMEZ, VICTOR
GOMEZ, YADIRA
GONNIGAN, JEROME
GONNIGAN, JEROME T.
GONNIGAN, KYNNETH D.
GONZAGA, JOSE
GONZALES, DOMINIQUE
GONZALES, ISAIAS
GONZALEZ, ALEJANDRO
GONZALEZ, CARLOS
GONZALEZ, CARLOS
GONZALEZ, CRISTOBAL
GONZALEZ, EVA V.
GONZALEZ, FRANCISCO
GONZALEZ, GUILLERMO
GONZALEZ, GUILLERMO, JR.
GONZALEZ, HECTOR
GONZALEZ, IESHA M.
GONZALEZ, IRENE
GONZALEZ, IRVING T.
GONZALEZ, JAIME
GONZALEZ, JAIRO J.
GONZALEZ, JAIRO J.
GONZALEZ, JAIRO J.
GONZALEZ, JESUS
GONZALEZ, JONATHAN
GONZALEZ, JOSE DE JESUS
GONZALEZ, JUAN
GONZALEZ, MARCUS J.
GONZALEZ, MARIA
GONZALEZ, MELISSA
GONZALEZ, MELISSA
GONZALEZ, PAZ
GONZALEZ, RAYMUNDO
GONZALEZ, SARA
GONZALEZ, VICTOR
GONZALEZ, YOLANDA
GOOD, CASSY
GOOD SHEPHERD MANOR
GOODMAN, CLAUDETTE
GOODMAN, TONY
GOODSON, MARY
GOODWIN, CYNTHIA
GORDEN, KENNETH
GORDON, CHARLOTTE
GORDON, DAVID L., JR.
GORDON, DOLORES
GORDON FOOD SERVICE, INC.
GORDON, ROBERT E.
GORDON, RYAN
GORDON, TREVIA
GORE, RAYNOLD P.
GORGE, MATTHEW
THE GORMAN GROUP, LTD.
GORNEY, THOMAS J.
GORZYNSKI, SHANE T.
GOSELL, KRISTIN
GOSHA, DENA
GOSSAGE, GERALD D.
GOVERNORS STATE UNIVERSITY
GOVERNORS STATE UNIVERSITY
GOWER, WILLIAM ANDREW
GOZDZIEWICZ, LEONARD
GOZDZIEWICZ, LEONARD
11CV3079
11CV3962
11CV3103
11CC2722
11CV4014
11CV2078
11CV4214
11CV4508
10CV5716
11CV3963
12CV1499
10CV0504
10CV5707
11CV5293
11CV5395
10CV3797
12CV0294
10CV5286
09CC3239
12CV2494
12CV3709
11CV3565
12CV0228
11CV3538
11CV4320
12CV0998
12CV0471
12CV0775
11CV3943
12CV0844
11CV4903
10CV5238
11CV4760
12CV1231
11CV3841
11CV4162
11CV2779
12CV0146
11CV4440
11CV4443
11CV4446
11CV3989
10CV1561
11CV4902
12CV1155
08CV4381
12CV0746
11CV3842
11CV4563
10CV5170
11CV0426
12CV2645
12CV1500
11CV0075
12CV2192
11CC0999
11CV0854
11CV4405
11CV2716
12CV1311
12CC0001
12CV2331
11CV1480
05CC2250
11CC1862
11CV5465
11CV4680
12CV2042
12CV0586
11CV4321
11CC3377
10CV4734
08CV4441
10CV0091
11CC1632
11CV3708
11CC0946
12CC1642
10CV0735
11CV4242
11CV5028
47 GRACE AMMO, LLC.
GRACHECK, CHRISTINE
GRACHECK, CHRISTINE
GRACIA, FRANCOISE
GRACIA, FRANCOISE
GRACIA, MICHAEL
GRADELESS, REX L.
GRAHAM FEED COMPANY
GRAHAM, HARRY
GRAHAM, JALISA
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAINGER
GRAINGER
GRALIK, LARISSA
GRAMM, BROOKE
GRANADOS, KENNIA Y.
GRAND, EMMA
GRANDEL, DIANA
GRANICZNY, KENNETH, JR.
GRANKOWSKI, DANIEL
GRANT, CORNELIUS
GRANT, CRYSTAL
GRANT, JOSHUA I.
GRANT, QUENTIN
GRANT, TIMOTHY
GRANT-BROWN, ARLENE
GRASSMUCK, MICHELLE
GRAVES, EUGENE D.
GRAVES, HOLLY L.
GRAVES, LEISA
GRAY, AMANDA
GRAY, ANNA L.
GRAY, DELILAH
GRAY, DOIAKAH
GRAY, DWAYNE D.
GRAY, ERIC
GRAY, LORI A.
GRAY, MARCOS
GRAY, MARCUS
GRAY, PHALECIA
GRAY, RICHARD
GREAT WEST CASUALTY COMPANY A/S/O ALL J TRANSPORT
GREEN, AMANDA
GREEN, ANDRE M.
GREEN, ANDRE M.
GREEN, ANTONIO
GREEN, BONNIE
GREEN, BONNIE & JENKINS, BEVERLY & SHEPHERD, WHITNEY
GREEN, EDWARD A.
GREEN, JEANEEKA M.
GREEN, KARLTON
GREEN. LINDA
GREEN, MICHAEL L.
GREEN, NATASHA
GREEN, NATASHA
GREEN, SHEILA D.
GREEN, TERRY R.
GREEN, TIFFANI
GREEN, ZARRICK
GREENE, GERALD
GREENE, PATRICK
GREENE, PHILLIP J. & VEST, ANNIE M.
GREENLEE, TERRANCE
GREENSTEIN, MORRIS
GREENWOOD, DEBORAH
GREER, DARRYL
GREER, HAROLD
GREER, JAMES
GREER, KEVIN
GREER, TIMOTHY K., SR.
GREGG, KEVIN D.
GREGORY, CHRISTOPHER
GREGORY, DUSTIN
GREGORY, JETTY
GREGORY, JETTY
48 12CC1682
08CC1803
08CC1804
12CV2072
12CV2943
12CV0950
12CC0352
11CC3929
11CC4098
12CV1085
11CC2978
11CC2979
11CC2980
11CC2981
11CC2982
11CC2983
11CC2993
11CC1932
11CC1933
11CV3910
12CV2332
11CV4136
12CV0058
11CV0689
11CV3322
11CV2717
11CV0253
10CV3581
12CC0814
11CV3074
11CV4960
11CC1591
11CV2371
11CV3870
12CV1843
11CC3164
11CV4197
11CV3416
11CV0540
09CC2840
11CV4509
11CV2196
11CC2956
11CC0143
11CV1373
12CV0826
12CV0845
09CC2717
11CV4832
11CV4800
12CV1620
09CV4903
12CV0776
11CV5466
11CV1696
11CV2272
12CV2671
11CV0567
11CV1697
11CV1195
11CV1883
11CC1441
11CV1936
10CV5272
10CV2291
09CC3090
11CV5073
07CC2721
11CV0815
12CV2954
11CV4510
10CV5663
08CV5792
11CV5368
11CV4717
12CV0846
11CV5162
12CV1715
11CV1138
11CV4761
11CV4762
GREGORY, JETTY
GREGORY, LESTER, JR.
GREGORY, PATRICIA A.
GREGORY, ROBBIN
GREGORY, SHEDRICK B.
GREINER, LINDA
GREINER, RAYMOND D.
GRICE, ALISHA J.
GRICE, PHYLLIS L.
GRIFFIN, ALMA
GRIFFIN, BRIAN
GRIFFIN, COLLIN
GRIFFIN, DOMINIC
GRIFFIN, FREDERICK, JR.
GRIFFIN, JEFFREY S.
GRIFFIN, PAMELA E. & ASHE, FRANCES
GRIFFIN, SANDRA
GRIFFIN, SANDRA
GRIGSBY, ANGELA
GRIMES, LYNNZE
GRIMES, SIDNEY
GRINDER, OLIVIA, MINOR BY HER NEXT FRIEND, MANGOLD,GLENDA
GRISMER, TIM
GRISWOLD, BETH
GRONWALL, SUSAN
GRONWALL, SUSAN
GROSS, DANIEL
GROTH, ANDREW G.
GROTH, ANGELA
GROWBARGER, SCOTT
GRS CONSTRUCTION, INC.
GRUMISH CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
GRUMISH CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
GRUMISH CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
GRUMISH CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
GRUNKE, JOSEPH
GUADARRAMA, ELIZABETH
GUADARRAMA-MAGYLA, JEANNY
GUADARRAMA-MAGYLA, JEANNY
GUERRA, MARCELINO
GUERRERO, ANGEL
GUERRERO, ARMANDO
GUERRERO, MARIA
GUERRERO, MARTIN
GUERRERO, VICTOR M., JR.
GUEVARA, IGNACIO
GUGLIUZZA, MICHELE
GUICE, MICHELLE
GUILLEN-TELLEZ, MARIO
GULF SOUTH MEDICAL SUPPLY
GULLATT, ANTRON
GULLEY, DEANGELO
GULTNEY, CHARLENE
GUM, JIMMEL, JR.
GUMIENSKI, JOSEPH
GUNN, ANTONIO, MINOR BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, RUTH GUNN
GUNN, ASONTA, MINOR BY HER NEXT FRIEND, RUTH GUNN
GUNN, JANICE
GURFINKEL, PAUL
GUTHRIE, LESLIE
GUTIERREZ, ALBERT
GUTIERREZ, EMMANUEL
GUTIERREZ, GUADALUPE
GUTIERREZ, JUAN D.
GUTIERREZ, LUISA
GUTIERREZ, LUISA
GUTIERREZ, MARIA
GUTIERREZ, MARIA
GUTIERREZ, MIGUEL
GUTIERREZ, SALVADOR
GUTIERREZ, ZENIA
GUY, IVAN
GUY, JERMAINE
GUY, THERESA
GUZMAN, DOMINGA
GUZMAN, GUADALUPE
GUZMAN, JEREMY
GUZMAN, JORGE
GUZMAN, JOSE
GUZMAN, LEOBARDO
GUZMAN ORTEGA, JORGE
49 11CV4763
11CV4336
11CC2379
12CV0295
11CV0736
11CV4295
11CV5308
10CV4276
09CV4453
11CV2079
12CV0059
12CV0807
12CC1186
11CV1026
11CV2763
11CV2160
11CV5491
11CV5492
08CV2829
11CV1914
11CV4622
06CC3573
11CV4163
11CV3772
11CV4905
12CV0096
10CV1285
11CV5493
12CV0472
12CV1622
11CC0436
11CC3576
11CC3577
11CC3578
11CC3579
12CV2126
10CV5522
11CV4540
12CV0169
09CC3242
11CV4124
10CV4359
12CV0588
12CV1501
11CV1794
11CV3815
11CC3982
11CV2696
12CV2251
11CC2457
11CV3229
11CV4881
10CV5060
11CV2372
12CV2354
02CC5023
03CC0082
10CV4637
07CC0185
12CV2276
11CV3893
11CV0934
12CV1793
11CV1548
11CV5193
11CV5194
12CV1000
12CV1571
12CV1346
11CV3894
12CV1440
11CV3080
12CV2575
11CV5247
11CV1915
11CV0292
11CV0905
12CV1816
12CV0397
12CV1156
12CV0345
GWALTNEY, EDDIE W.
GWILLIM, TERRY
H & E LEASING
H & E LEASING
H & E LEASING
HAACK, DAVID R.
HAAS, JERIN
HABER, CHARLES S.
HACHMEISTER, APRIL A.
HACKNEY, ANGELINE
HADE, MICHAEL J.
HAGSTROM, JOHN
HAHN, DEBORAH
HAHN, DEBORAH
HAILEY, CURTISS J.
HAIRE VETERINARY CLINIC
HAIRSTON, DOROTHY
HAJNOSZ, GERTRUDE
HAKIM, ISMAIL
HALBERT, GERAL L., SR.
HALE, BRENDA L.
HALE, BRENDA L.
HALE, GEORGE, JR.
HALE, LEON
HALE, WILLIAM
HALL, ANTONIO
HALL, CARL R.
HALL, CARLTON
HALL, DARNELL
HALL, DARNELL
HALL, DERRICK A.
HALL, JERRY M.
HALL, MARIE
HALL, SHARISSE P.
HALL, STEVEN D., JR.
HALL, TABITHA L.
HALL, TIM R.
HALL, WILLIAM A.
HALLE, AMY
HALPERN-SEGAL COMPANY
HALPERN-SEGAL COMPANY
HALPERN-SEGAL COMPANY
HAM, SOO KYUNG
HAMANN, DARRELL
HAMB, TERONE E.
HAMEED, ALAZEEM
HAMID, MUHAMMAD
HAMILTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
HAMILTON, DARIELLE
HAMILTON, MARCELLA
HAMILTON, SHANNON A.
HAMMOND, AMANDA E.
HAMMONS, EUGENE
HAMPTON, CALVIN
HAMPTON INN CARBONDALE
HAMPTON INN CARBONDALE
HAMPTON INN ROCKFORD
HAMPTON, LENZINI & RENWICK, INC.
HAMPTON-NEWMAN, ESTELLE L.
HANCOCK, CARLISS
HANCOCK COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
HAND, HARLEY J.
HAND-IN-HAND
HAND-IN-HAND
HAND-IN-HAND
HAND-IN-HAND
HAND-IN-HAND
HANEY, BRIAN
HANEY, BRIAN
HANEY, TERRENCE
HANIACZYK, IRENA
HANKINS, MICHELLE L.
HANLON, BRIDGET
HANNAH, JOHN
HANNON, MICHELLE
HANS, THOMAS
HANSCHKE, CHARLES
HANSEND-ROLAND, SARA N. & JEFFERY, KENDRA
HANSON, DENNIS W.
HANSON, KATHERINE J.
HANTZ, ROCKY J. H.
10CV5795
10CC0211
10CC1819
11CC1768
12CC0950
11CV3709
11CV2197
11CV3289
10CV5036
12CV0110
12CC0590
12CC1757
12CV1889
12CV1891
11CV5195
12CC1024
12CV0777
11CV3816
12CV1213
10CV0678
12CV0847
12CV0848
11CV3133
11CV1113
10CV4771
02CC1698
12CV0346
11CV5097
11CV5467
12CV1441
11CV1331
11CV4069
11CV0302
11CV3053
12CV1594
11CV2293
11CV3353
12CV1795
11CV4742
10CC2336
11CC0159
11CC0160
11CV4511
11CV1795
11CV2397
11CV0389
11CV5098
11CC2702
11CV3844
11CV3287
11CV5420
11CV1738
12CV1716
11CV3668
11CC1537
11CC2760
11CC2213
12CC1988
12CV0347
12CV2252
11CC2459
11CV2330
12CC1497
12CC1498
12CC1499
12CC1500
12CC1501
11CV4765
12CV0589
12CV1034
11CV3434
11CC2325
11CV2820
11CV2128
11CC4036
11CV3944
11CV4264
11CV3339
10CV1317
11CC4092
10CV5037
50 HAPPY HOLIDAY NURSERY & KINDERGARTEN
HARBIN, CAMERON
THE HARBOUR, INC.
THE HARBOUR, INC.
THE HARBOUR, INC.
THE HARBOUR, INC.
THE HARBOUR, INC.
HARBOUR, LONNIE
HARDEN, ANDRE L.
HARDEN, DANIEL
HARDEN, JAMES
HARDEN, JASON
HARDESTY, SUZANNE K.
HARDIN, PASIA C.
HARDING, LINNELL
HARDNEY, DAVE
HARDY, ARTHUR
HARDY, KEENAN, SR.
HARDY, MARCUS
HARDY, NEDRICK JEFFREY, SR.
HARDY, NEDRICK JEFFREY, SR.
HARDY, RAYMOND
HARDY, TAMMY
HARDY, TAMMY
HARDY, THEA M.
HARDY, VALENCIA
HARE, ANGELA
HARGRETT, MIKEIAH
HARMON, TOMMY LEE
HARNESS, SUSAN
HARP, SHIRLEY J.
HARPER, BARBARA
HARPER, DALE ALLEN, JR.
HARPER, HANNAH
HARPER, LA SHAWNDA
HARPER, MAURICE
HARPER, SABRINA
HARRAH'S METROPOLIS CASINO & HOTEL
HARRELL, SARAH
HARRIS, ASHLEY
HARRIS, CHAVEZ L.
HARRIS, CHRISTOPHER
HARRIS, CRAWFORD
HARRIS, CRAWFORD
HARRIS, CURTIS
HARRIS, CURTIS M.
HARRIS, EDDIE
HARRIS, FLORA
HARRIS, HERLANDA
HARRIS, HORATIO, JR.
HARRIS, JACQUELINE
HARRIS, JOHNNY
HARRIS, JOHNNY, SR.
HARRIS, LATASHA
HARRIS, MARCIA & LEWIS, TYNESHIA
HARRIS, MARVIN
HARRIS, OTHO LEE
HARRIS, RHONDA R.
HARRIS, ROBERT, JR.
HARRIS, TERESA
HARRIS, TERESA
HARRIS, TERRY
HARRIS, TONIKA
HARRISON, ANDREW
HARRISON, BENNIE JOE
HARRISON, BENNIE JOE
HARRISON, MARVIN
HARRISON, MONDALAY & KENDRICK, CHARLENE
HARRISON, SHARON
HARRISON SPORTS, INC.
HARSCH, STEVEN & MARTHA, ET AL., ON BEHALF OF THEMSELVES AND ALL
HARSHMAN, JODY
HARTGROVE HOSPITAL
HARTGROVE HOSPITAL
HARTLEY, BECKY L.
HARTLEY, LINDA
HARTLINE, JOHN S.
HARTMAN, DOTTY M.
HARTMAN, KELLIE & AMES, CLAYTON
HARTWELL, TRACEY L.
HARUK, VIKTOR
51 12CC0567
12CV2235
12CC1043
12CC1051
12CC1670
12CC1688
12CC1689
10CV1837
12CV0147
11CV5231
12CC3328
12CV1702
11CV4070
10CV5664
11CV0355
11CV4940
12CV0008
12CV2170
11CV4961
07CC2229
07CC2899
09CC0368
11CV4623
11CV4624
11CV4850
11CV5352
11CV0799
12CV0951
11CV1796
11CC3032
11CV1011
10CV4428
05CC0255
12CV2772
10CV4601
11CV3586
11CV0254
10CC0528
11CV4851
11CV0303
11CC1080
12CV1002
04CC2552
05CC2267
11CV0022
11CV5122
12CV1259
12CV0521
12CV1520
11CV0428
11CV2198
12CV2864
11CV4088
12CV0473
11CV1939
11CC2266
11CC1524
12CV1204
11CV2680
11CV2449
11CV4597
06CC1794
12CV1958
11CV2080
12CC0084
12CC0102
12CV2775
12CV0428
11CV5058
12CC1928
01CC3517
11CV2559
11CC0050
11CC2497
11CC2330
11CV0004
08CV2498
11CC2201
06CV4231
11CV3730
12CV0522
HARVEST, GLENDA
HARVEY, SONCIRAE
HASBROUCK, PETERSON, ZIMOCH, SIRIRATTUMRONG
HASELEY, JASON R.
HASLER C/O ARMSCO, INC.
HASLETT, PATRICIA
HASSAN, SHABBIR
HATCHER, BRANDON
HATCHER, JAMES S.
HATFIELD, SHARON
HAUSCHILD, ALAN
HAWKINS, CAROLYN D.
HAWKINS, JEFFREY C.
HAWKINS, MARIAN W.
HAWKINS, VIRGINIA
HAWTHORNE SUITES, LTD.
HAYDEN, JOSEPH
HAYDON, EZARIAH
HAYES, ASA V.
HAYES, DOMINIQUE
HAYES, DONITA
HAYES, LARRY CHARBERT
HAYES, LARRY M.
HAYES, MARIO
HAYES, MONIQUE
HAYES, ROBERT
HAYES, ROBERT
HAYES, SERENA
HAYES, SHARON
HAYES, STEVEN
HAYES, TRACY
HAYMER, JARVONIS
HAYNES, ELI, III
HAYNES, JOE
HAYNES, JOHN
HAYNES, MICHAEL
HAYNES, NICOLE
HAYS, NICKOLIS
HAYTHORN, ANGELA
HAYWOOD, MARQUIS
HAYWOOD, TONY B.
HAZELWONDER, BILLIE J.
HBM ENGINEERING GROUP, LLC.
HCN HOMES, INC.
HE, QIZHEN
HEAD, DERRELL
HEAD, JARVIS
HEALTHCARE PLUS CORPORATION
HEALTHY FAMILIES CHICAGO
HEALTHY FAMILIES CHICAGO
HEALY, MELODY
HEARD, DARLENE
HEARD, DARLENE
HEARD, IFETAYO
HEARD, MELAGRO
HEARD, SHANNONDORE
HEARLEY, JEFFREY
HEARRING, VALVONTE
HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
HEARTLAND HEAD START
HEARTLAND MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS, INC.
HEARTLAND OFFICE SUPPLY
HEARTLAND WOMEN
HEATH, TIM
HEATH'S, INC.
HEATON, JENNIFER L.
HEAVEN'S ANGELS DAY-CARE
HECHT, KELLI A.
HECKELSMILLER, JEREMY
HEITMANN, MARY
HEITMANN, THOMAS F.
HELD, ALLISON
HELM, JASMIN A/K/A JASMIN THOMPSON, MINOR BY HER NEXT FRIEND,
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
52 11CV3435
11CC3934
11CC1570
12CV0849
12CC0012
11CV4577
11CV3262
11CV1654
11CV2294
12CV1703
11CV2656
11CV0005
11CV0007
11CV0006
10CV5717
12CC1739
09CV5952
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12CV3781
11CV3895
12CV0903
05CC1122
11CV4109
11CV4089
11CV1506
11CC2025
11CC2257
12CV2253
11CV3845
12CV1959
12CV2336
11CV5099
11CV1549
07CC1472
07CV3406
11CV1482
11CV4449
11CV4322
12CV0850
12CV2944
12CV0779
11CV3387
12CC2840
11CC3337
11CV3290
11CV4053
11CV3793
10CC1644
12CC0541
12CC0563
11CV3692
11CV2681
12CV0060
12CV1960
12CV1086
12CV1503
10CV2422
11CV5196
11CC0650
11CC0651
11CC0663
11CC0673
11CC1587
12CC0891
11CC2101
11CC1737
11CV3340
12CC1644
11CV0483
12CC1342
12CV0723
12CV1521
12CC0966
12CC0967
11CV2332
03CC0523
11CC3137
11CC3669
11CC3872
11CC3873
11CC4002
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELTON, BYRON, JR.
HEMMERICH, TERRENCE L.
HEMP, SUSAN J.
HEMPHILL, ANGLEY
HEMPHILL, ANGLEY
HEMPHILL, SHAYNE
HENDERSON, CHRISTINE
HENDERSON, DANIN
HENDERSON, DESIREE
HENDERSON, DESIREE
HENDERSON, LINDA
HENDERSON, MARVA E.
HENDERSON, MATTHEW
HENDERSON, MATTHEW
HENDERSON, NOLAN, JR.
HENDERSON, WESLEY
HENDRICKS, ANQUENNETT
HENDRICKS, GREGORY F.
HENDRIX, ANTHONY
HENDRIX, LORETTA
HENDRIX, RAVEN
HENDRON, BENJAMIN J.
HENDRON, SUSAN E.
HENDRYX, PETER
HENEGHAN, KATY
HENKE MANUFACTURING CORPORATION
HENKEN, CHRISTINE
HENNEPIN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
HENRY, LEWIS
HENRY NELCH & SON COMPANY
HENRY, RAYMOND
HENSLEY, SCOTT E.
HENSON, JAMES
HENTZ, JEREMIAH
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
HEPHZIBAH CHILDRENS ASSOCIATION
HEPPNER, CHARLES
HERBORD, TARA A.
HERCHY, JOHN
HERITAGE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
HERITAGE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
HERITAGE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
HERITAGE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
HERMAN, COLIN
HERMAN, JUSTINE E.
HERMANN, LYNDA S.
HERMOSILLO, HECTOR
HERNANDEZ, ADELA
HERNANDEZ, ALEXA
HERNANDEZ, BEATRICE
HERNANDEZ, CARLOS
HERNANDEZ, CARLOS
HERNANDEZ, EDGAR
HERNANDEZ, EDGAR
HERNANDEZ, FAUSTINO
HERNANDEZ, HUGO
HERNANDEZ, IMELDA
HERNANDEZ, IVAN
HERNANDEZ, JORGE
HERNANDEZ, JOSE
HERNANDEZ, JOSE L.
HERNANDEZ, JOSEPH
HERNANDEZ, JUAN
HERNANDEZ, LUIS
HERNANDEZ, MANUEL
HERNANDEZ, MARGARITO
HERNANDEZ, SHARON L.
HERNANDEZ, VICTOR
11CC4096
12CC0006
12CC0231
12CC0239
12CC0342
12CC0343
12CC1183
12CC1414
12CC1415
12CC3102
11CV4265
11CV1300
11CC1872
12CV0617
12CV2557
11CV0077
11CV2821
11CV0638
11CV2081
11CV4598
11CC1882
11CC2332
09CV6381
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11CV2333
09CV4224
11CV1027
12CV2278
12CV0952
11CV1162
12CV1575
12CV1770
11CV3167
11CV2984
11CV3242
11CC3511
08CV6383
11CC0481
10CC3199
11CC2988
11CV3911
12CV1313
10CV5608
12CV0009
10CC3151
11CC2052
11CC2054
11CC2056
12CC3149
11CV5141
12CC0549
11CV3669
11CC2973
11CC2974
11CC2975
11CC3477
11CV0714
11CV4471
12CC0298
11CV1507
11CV4743
10CV5346
12CV0326
09CV1126
11CV2881
11CC2090
11CC2220
11CV5494
12CV1442
12CV0248
11CV4802
08CC2613
12CV0439
11CC0566
10CV0649
12CV0297
12CV1037
12CV0229
12CV1771
09CC3062
10CV4855
53 HERNANDEZ, VICTOR
HERNANDEZ, YESENIA
HERNS, DEBORAH & GURROLA, LA SHON
HERRERA, EZEQUIEL
HERRERA, JUAN
HERRERA, RITA
HERRINGTON, BRANDON
HERRON, C. D.
HERRON, RENESTER
HERRON, SERGIO
HESS, JULIE
HESSENAUER, RICK D.
HESSLING, CASEY
HETH, DIANA SUE
HEWITT, TROY A.
HIBBETT, LADRONIA
HIBBLER, MAURICE
HICKMAN, KYLE E.
HICKS, BRYAN W.
HICKS, CHARLES
HICKS, DARNELL
HICKS, DUANE
HICKS, JEROME
HICKS, MICHAEL A.
HICKS, TASHERRA
HICKS, VIC L.
HIDALGO, ISAAC
HIGGINS, BEVALYN
HIGH RISE SECURITY SYSTEMS, LLC.
HIGHT, CLIFFORD
HIGHTOWER, CHRISTOPHER J.
HIGHTOWER, CORDERO
HILDEBRAND, HEATH
HILDEBRANDT, RICHARD
HILL, ANTHONY
HILL, ARSENYL
HILL, CANDACE D.
HILL, CHARLES J.
HILL, DARRAH A.
HILL, EDWARD
HILL, JOSEPH
HILL, MARCUS
HILL, MELISSA
HILL PETERS, DIANA L.
HILL, RODNEY
HILL, SHANTELL
HILL, TRINA
HILL, TRINA
HILL-AYINDE, CLAUDINE
HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
HILSON, LAZERICK
HILTON GARDEN INN
HILTON, TIMOTHY
HINCHEE, LUKE
HINCKLEY SPRINGS
HINCKLEY SPRINGS
HINES, ALONZO
HINES, CHARLOTTE & BANKS, TIFFANY
HINES, KENNETH
HINKES, MICHAEL
HINOJOSA, ROLANDO
HINOJOSA, ROLANDO
HINSHAW & CULBERTSON, LLP.
HINSHAW & CULBERTSON, LLP.
HINTON, DERRICK
HINTON, JALISA
HISRA COUNTY OF PEORIA
H.J. EPPEL & COMPANY, INC.
HLAD, CURT
HLAD, CURT
HOAGLAND, JOBERT
HOBSON, RENA
HOBSON, STEPHANIE
HODGE, ALISHA L.
HODO, TIFFANY
HOEFKE, TONYA M.
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11CV2420
11CV3010
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11CV5468
11CV1115
11CV4833
12CV0061
12CV1844
11CV2083
11CV3442
10CV1318
12CC1728
11CV3693
11CV5333
12CV0269
12CV1215
11CV2130
12CV0852
11CV4941
11CC1161
12CV3029
11CV2793
11CV4138
12CV3405
11CV5370
08CV5676
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11CV4451
09CC0364
12CV2279
10CV4932
11CV1798
11CV1529
11CV5353
12CV1772
11CV2084
12CV0523
11CV1509
11CV4406
11CV5495
11CV4541
11CV2974
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11CV0499
11CV5295
12CV2205
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11CC2886
11CC2888
11CC3412
11CC3413
11CC3428
11CC1486
11CC1558
11CV2907
12CV2734
11CC2969
11CC2970
12CV0010
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11CV4963
09CV5307
11CV1012
11CV2747
11CC0972
12CC1975
12CV1294
11CV4600
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11CC2636
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11CV2199
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11CV3604
12CC0495
54 HOEFKE, TONYA M. & MOORE, SHANE C.
HOEHNE, RORY
HOFFMAN, THOMAS R. B.
HOGAN, ROBIN A.
HOGAN, SHANNIN R.
HOGLUND, DISI
HOGUE, TOMYSHUNA
HOLBROOK, JANECA M.
HOLDER, JOYCE E.
HOLEMAN-HOLLAND, CORLISS
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS LITCHFIELD
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS SCHAUMBURG
HOLIDAY INN MT. VERNON
HOLLAND, VALERIE
HOLLAND, VALERIE
HOLLAND, VALERIE
HOLLIDAY, COLETTE
HOLLIDAY, ROSE M.
HOLLIDAY, THOMAS
HOLLINGSWORTH, GEORGE A.
HOLLINGSWORTH, MILLICENT A.
HOLLINGSWORTH, MORYE
HOLLINSIDE, GEORGE
HOLLOMAN, DOROTHY
HOLMAN, JUSTIN T.
HOLMES, CLORA
HOLMES, DARRICK
HOLMES, STEPHINE
HOLT-PHOENIX, LIDIA
HOLT-PHOENIX, LIDIA
HOLTZ, ROBERT
HOLYCROSS LUTHERAN CHILD CARE CENTER
HOME OF THE SPARROW, INC.
HOMEL, BRIAN
HOMEWOOD-FLOSSMOOR PARK DISTRICT
HOMSI, MAMOUN
HONIOTES, KIRSTEN
HOOD, REGINALD
HOOK, NATALIE A.
HOOK, STEVEN R.
HOOPER, QAADIR
HOPE, FATIMA
HOPE, FATIMA
HOPE FOR NON-VIOLENCE
THE HOPE SCHOOL
HOPKINS, DIVITO
HOPKINS, JAMES S., III
HOPKINS, KENNETH
HOPKINS, RUEBEN, IV
HOPKINS, SHELIA
HOPP, RYAN W.
HOPP, THOMAS A.
HOPSON, LOUIS
HORACE MANN INSURANCE COMPANY
HORN, CRAIG S.
HORNE, JANICE
HORNS, YOLANDA
HORTON, FRANCES
HORTON, GEORGE & BURKS, BRENDA
HORTON, JURLEAN
HORTON, KERRY
HORTON, TIMOTHY
HORVATH, JORDAN N.
HORVATH, JULIANNE
HOSTETLER, JACOB C.
HOU OVNIK, GRACE B.
HOUCK, CHRISTOPHER
HOUCK TRANSIT ADVERTISING
HOUNMETIN, LAURENT
HOUPE, FREDERICK
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
HOUSE, SHOMIKA
HOUSER, CHARLES W.
HOUSTON, FAVIAN
HOUSTON, HERBERT
HOWARD, ANGELA K.
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11CV0429
11CV4744
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12CV2616
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11CV3148
11CV3388
04CC1814
10CV5592
06CV1027
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12CV0011
11CV4578
12CV0170
11CV4703
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11CV5076
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12CC1436
11CV4323
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10CV4965
11CV3168
11CV4362
11CV5043
11CV1116
11CV1069
12CV0701
12CV2617
12CC1231
12CC0664
12CV0398
10CV3960
11CV0855
11CV4542
11CV5396
11CV4682
11CV5296
11CV5297
09CC0163
07CV1939
12CC0013
12CV0348
11CV5077
10CV5187
12CV0132
10CV4907
12CV2337
11CV2401
11CC3313
12CV0660
11CC2537
11CV1941
11CC0550
11CV0175
11CV1830
11CC2547
11CC2621
11CC2622
11CC2623
11CC2624
11CC2628
11CV2637
11CV5298
11CV3670
11CV3474
11CV4307
55 HOWARD COUNSELING SERVICES, INC.
HOWARD COUNSELING SERVICES, INC.
HOWARD COUNSELING SERVICES, INC.
HOWARD, ISAAC
HOWARD, JASMINE
HOWARD, JERRY L.
HOWARD, LAWRENCE
HOWARD, LINDA
HOWARD, LINDA
HOWARD, MICHAEL
HOWARD, NORA MELODY
HOWARD, PAMELA
HOWARD, RICHARD
HOWARD, RICHARD
HOWARD, RUSSELL DALE
HOWARD, SEAN
HOWARD, TAMON
HOWARD, WILMA
HOWE CONSULTING
HOWELL, DEMOND
HOWES, ROBERT D.
HOWLETT, EDDIE
HOY, KEVIN W., SR.
HOYH, MICHAEL A.
HRUBY, LEONA M.
HU, YICHEN
HUBBARD, COURTNEY M.
HUBER COMMERCIAL, INC.
HUDLUN, JOSHUA
HUDSON, AMANDA
HUDSON, HERBERT
HUDSON, HERBERT
HUDSON, KIMBERLY
HUDSON, LAWRENCE
HUDSON, LUTELDA
HUDSON, SANDRA
HUELSMANN, RUSSELL D.
HUERTA, HECTOR
HUGHES, CONTRAIL
HUGHES, DONALD
HUGHES, MICHAEL C.
HUGHES, SHAWN
HUITRON, ALEX
HULL, KELLI R.
HULTZ, SCOTT A.
HULTZ, SCOTT A.
HULTZ, SCOTT A.
HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, INC.
HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, INC.
HUMAN SERVICE CENTER
HUMAN SERVICE CENTER
HUMAN SERVICE CENTER
HUMAN SERVICE CENTER
HUMAN SUPPORT SERVICES
HUMES, HEATH
HUMPHRES, JEREMY
HUMPHRIES, FATONIA
HUMPHRIES, FATONIA
HUNT, CLIFFORD C.
HUNT, DAVID G.
HUNT, GREGORY E., II
HUNT, KENDRA
HUNT, LEANDRE
HUNTER, DENISE
HUNTER, MARY D.
HUNTER, ROY
HUNTER, TORANNA
HUNTER, VANESSA L.
HUNTLEY, RENN
HUPP INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
HURD, CARL E., JR.
HURLEY, REGINA
HURT, JAMES D.
HURTADO, GLORIA
HURTADO, MIREYA
HURTADO, MIREYA
HUTCHERSON, ANTHONY
HUTT, KIA
HUYNH, THU VUONG
HWANG, PETER
HYDE, CODY
12CC0618
12CC0796
12CC0797
10CV5239
11CV4473
11CC3658
11CC3367
12CC2269
12CC2270
10CV5322
11CC1705
10CV0737
11CV2908
12CV2043
11CC1704
12CV0498
11CV5199
12CC1217
11CC3900
11CV3081
11CV3636
12CV1216
10CV4234
12CV0299
09CV5618
12CV3584
08CC3238
11CC3066
12CV3565
12CV4042
12CV1087
12CV2073
12CV0197
12CC1002
10CV5446
12CV1232
11CC2820
11CV1886
12CV2355
11CV1234
11CV3731
11CC0178
12CV0085
12CC1081
12CC0990
12CC1719
12CC1720
11CC0655
11CC2208
10CC1261
11CC2256
11CC3339
11CC3341
11CC3293
11CV3817
11CV1259
11CV5371
11CV5372
11CV3169
11CV2985
12CV1987
11CV3055
11CV1740
12CV0399
11CV1397
03CC0398
11CV3732
11CV2475
12CV1185
11CC3472
12CV1106
11CV5006
12CV0474
11CV2822
11CC3242
11CC3243
12CV1088
10CV5799
10CV5800
12CV3031
10CV5474
56 HYLES, LILJERRY L.
HYSON, SHARON
I TECH AUTOMATION, INC.
IACCARINO, GLORIE
IAFIGLIOLA, CARRIE
IBANEZ, CILMAR
IBARRA, MARIA
IBM CORPORATION
IBM CORPORATION
IBM CORPORATION
IBM CORPORATION
IBM CORPORATION
IBM CORPORATION
ICG, LLC. D/B/A PNC BANK
IFE & S, INC.
IGNACIO, PAMELA R.
IHC SWEDISHAMERICAN EMERGENCY
IHC SWEDISHAMERICAN EMERGENCY
IHEME, DAVID N.
IHS GLOBAL INSIGHT
IKNER, VAN K.
IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS
ILLIDGE, ANDRE
ILLINI SUPPLY, INC.
ILLINOIS ALCOHOLISM & DRUG DEPENDENCE ASSOCIATION
ILLINOIS ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES
ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION FOR CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION
ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS
ILLINOIS CONFERENCE OF SEVEN D/B/A CREST HILL CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE
ILLINOIS DEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES D/B/A HOWE CENTER
ILLINOIS GRAPHICS, INC.
ILLINOIS GROWTH ENTERPRISES
ILLINOIS MENTOR
ILLINOIS MENTOR
ILLINOIS MENTOR
ILLINOIS MENTOR
ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK
ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK
ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK
ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK
ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK
ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK
ILLINOIS PRESS ADVERTISING SERVICE
ILLINOIS PROPERTY ASSET MANAGEMENT, LLC.
ILLINOIS PUBLIC EMPLOYER LABOR RELATIONS ASSOCIATION
ILLINOIS SCHOOL FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED
ILLINOIS SCHOOL FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY
ILLINOIS VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
IM, SAMUEL M.
IMAGETEC LP
IMAGING PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL
IMAGING SPECTRUM
IMBRONONE, JESSICA
IMPERIAL WOODWORKING COMPANY, INC.
IMSEEH, DIALA
INCANDELA, NICOLETTA
INDIVIDUAL ADVOCACY GROUP
INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
57 12CV2867
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11CV3082
12CV3297
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10CC1612
11CC0736
11CC0737
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10CC1881
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11CC4008
11CV3818
12CC1514
11CV1800
09CC0266
11CV5163
12CC0827
11CC2264
11CC3954
10CC3385
11CC3871
07CC3299
12CC1724
12CC1761
12CC1766
12CC1816
12CC1826
12CC1839
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12CC2681
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11CC0583
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11CC0518
11CC0520
11CC0528
11CC0533
11CC1812
11CC3906
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11CC3925
11CC3926
11CC3927
12CC2197
07CC2186
12CC2874
11CC2258
11CC3529
11CC0340
11CC2049
11CC2226
11CC3488
11CC4022
11CC4023
11CC2371
11CC3467
11CV0356
11CC2460
11CC2552
11CC1650
10CV4877
11CC0486
11CV1801
11CV1485
10CC1668
11CC1258
11CC1599
11CC3163
11CC3480
11CC3776
11CC3841
11CC4128
INFANTILE 2 JUVENILE, INC. D/B/A LIL EINSTEIN'S INSTITUTE
INFINITY HEALTHCARE PHYSICIANS
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
INGRAM, DEVANTE
INGRAM ELECTRICAL SERVICES, INC.
INGRAM ELECTRICAL SERVICES, INC.
INGRAM, KRISTEN
INGRAM, WILLIE B.
INJURY SPECIALISTS
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
INMON, DOUGLAS PATRICK
INNOVATIVE OUTPATIENT MEDICAL SYSTEMS
INSIDE HIGHER EDUCATION
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTERGYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERNATIONAL CONSULTING GROUP
INTERNATIONAL FILTER MANUFACTURING
INTERNATIONAL FILTER MANUFACTURING
INTERNATIONAL FILTER MANUFACTURING
INTERNATIONAL FILTER MANUFACTURING
INTERNATIONAL FILTER MANUFACTURING
INTOXIMETERS, INC.
INTOXIMETERS, INC.
IOSIM, VADIM
IOVA, GHEORGHE
IPROC SPRINGFIELD, LLC. D/B/A CROWNE PLAZA
IPROC SPRINGFIELD, LLC. D/B/A CROWNE PLAZA
IPROC SPRINGFIELD, LLC. D/B/A CROWNE PLAZA
IRBY, CLEO
IRBY, JAMES A., SR.
IRVIN, DAKOTA
58 12CC1297
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11CC0943
11CC0947
11CC0948
11CC2094
11CC2095
11CC2108
11CC2115
11CC2386
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12CV1912
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12CV3002
10CV5572
11CC1513
10CC2936
11CC0541
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11CC3911
12CC1531
12CC1732
09CV1694
10CC1546
11CC1286
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11CC1729
11CC1827
11CC1828
11CC1834
11CC1836
11CC1837
11CC1839
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12CC0473
12CC0474
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12CC0703
12CC0704
12CC0705
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11CC3438
12CV0300
11CV0837
11CC1903
11CC2565
12CC1289
07CV4883
12CV0381
10CV1925
ISAACSON, DANIEL P.
ISLAM, SAQIB
ISLAS, RENE
ISMAJLAJ, KAREN
ISSA, ISSA
IVEY, NEEDHAM
IWU, AUGUSTINE
IWUJI, HENRY
J & R APPLIANCES & MECHANICAL
JABALI-EL, ATIF
JACHNA, KATHLEEN
JACKMAN, CORALIE D.
JACKSON, AFFICE
JACKSON, ALISHIA
JACKSON, AMY
JACKSON, ANNE
JACKSON, ANTHONY
JACKSON, ANTHONY
JACKSON, ANTONIO
JACKSON, BAKARI
JACKSON, BERTHA
JACKSON, CHRIS
JACKSON, CLAYTON
JACKSON, CRYSTAL
JACKSON, CYNTHIA
JACKSON, DEVON
JACKSON DISPOSAL
JACKSON, DOMINIQUE
JACKSON, ELOISE B.
JACKSON, EMMA
JACKSON, GWENN
JACKSON, JAMES
JACKSON, JAMES O.
JACKSON, JANET C.
JACKSON, JERMAINE
JACKSON, JESSICA
JACKSON, JOCELYN
JACKSON, JOHN
JACKSON, KAYLA
JACKSON, KIMBERLY S.
JACKSON, LAMONT
JACKSON, LAWRENCE
JACKSON, LELA
JACKSON, MARY LOUISE, ADM. OF EST. OF EXAVIER LEE JACKSON, DECD.
JACKSON MCCAMBRY, CAROLLIN
JACKSON, MICHAEL
JACKSON, MICHAEL B.
JACKSON, NATHANIEL
JACKSON, ODIS, JR.
JACKSON OPHTHALMOLOGIC AS
JACKSON, REGINALD
JACKSON, REMEL
JACKSON, RENARD
JACKSON, RENEE
JACKSON, SAMANTHA
JACKSON, SANDRA
JACKSON, TERRY
JACKSON, TIMOTHY
JACKSON, TONY
JACKSONVILLE JOURNAL COURIER
JACOBS, DIANNE V.
JACOBS, RUSSELL
JACOBSON, SHAWN
JACQUEST, BROOKE N.
JAHANA, NAHREEN
JAIMES, MARIO
JAMES, LAURA J.
JAMES, MILDRED & JAMES, EVERETT C.
JAMES, SHEREA
JAMES TENUTO & ASSOCIATES, PC.
JAMES, THURAN D.
JAMISON, FRANCES
JAMISON, TIMOTHY B.
JANASTON MANAGEMENT & DEV. CORPORATION
JANICKI, MATEUSZ
JANIK, PATRICIA
JANOSKI, VERONICA
JANSSEN, NATALIE
JARAMILLO, EDUARDO
JARRETT, JASON
JARRETT, JASON
59 09CC1287
11CV0715
11CV2049
11CV4452
12CV2868
11CV1571
11CV3846
11CV3243
11CC1875
12CV0440
09CC1414
11CV5219
11CV5164
10CV5042
11CC3037
12CV1625
11CV5007
12CV0400
11CV2608
12CV2044
12CC0737
11CV5397
11CV3794
11CV5373
09CV4178
11CV2336
11CC0468
11CV2682
09CV6451
11CV3149
12CV0853
12CC1412
12CV0025
11CV0819
10CV5122
12CV0702
12CV3116
11CV4579
11CV0639
12CC0617
11CV1699
12CV1089
12CV0062
03CC0187
12CV0481
12CV2104
12CV1394
08CC0801
10CV5769
11CC3591
10CV4725
10CV5289
12CV0953
12CC1343
11CV2968
12CV0198
08CC1990
11CV3083
11CV5059
11CC3288
11CV3035
12CV1624
12CV1315
12CV1316
11CV4543
11CV5421
06CV3248
11CV0391
11CC2172
12CC0595
12CV0402
03CC0352
11CV0124
07CC1589
11CV5220
12CV0661
11CV4164
12CV0301
11CV4792
11CV3819
11CV3820
JARRETT, JASON
JARRETT, KRISTAL
JARRETT, KRISTAL
JARRETT, VIVIAN
JARVIS, STEPHANIE
JASINOWSKI, DARRYL
JAUREGUI, JESUS
JAY, CHRISTOPHER A.
JAZBUTIS, CORNELIUS
JAZZY SERVICES, INC.
JC PENNEY COMMERCIAL CREDIT
JC TECHNOLOGY D/B/A ACE COMPUTERS
JC TECHNOLOGY D/B/A ACE COMPUTERS
JC TECHNOLOGY D/B/A ACE COMPUTERS
JC TECHNOLOGY D/B/A ACE COMPUTERS
JC TECHNOLOGY D/B/A ACE COMPUTERS
JCF REAL ESTATE
JEFFERS, JASON
JEFFERSON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES
JEFFERSON, DEBBIE L.
JEFFERSON, DEBBIE L.
JEFFERSON, EUGENE
JEFFERSON, JARRON
JEFFERSON, MARC
JEFFERSON, MARGARET
JEFFERY, DONNA B.
JEFFREY ALANS
JEFFRIES, CRYSTAL D.
JENKINS, CLIFTON
JENKINS, CRAIG
JENKINS, DAVID N.
JENKINS, DOROTHY
JENKINS, DOROTHY
JENKINS, JEROME
JENKINS, KAYLUN
JENKINS, KEISHANTE M.
JENKINS, MARY F.
JENKINS, MELLISSA
JENKINS, WILLIAM E., SR.
JENNINGS, DIANE M.
JENSEN, CAROL
JERNIGAN, AVA
JERRY, TENICA L.
JERSEYVILLE MOTOR COMPANY, INC.
JESCHKE, MARGARET
JESLIN, JOSE
JESLIN, JOSE
JESSEN, MALEA
JESSEN, THOMAS ALLEN
JEWELL, JAIME R.
JEWISH CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES
JIFFY LUBE
JIM XAMIS FORD-LINCOLN
JIMENEZ, ANA I.
JIMENEZ, EFIGENIA
JIMENEZ, FRANCISCO
JIMENEZ, RUBEN
JIMENEZ, SERGIO A.
JOBE, TRISHA
JOERMS, ROBERT J.
JOHANSEN & ANDERSON, INC.
JOHANSEN, STEVEN, PH.D.
JOHN A LOGAN COLLEGE
JOHN DEERE COMPANY
JOHN DEERE COMPANY
JOHN DEERE COMPANY
JOHN DEERE COMPANY
JOHN DEERE COMPANY
JOHN DEERE COMPANY
JOHN DEERE COMPANY
JOHN DEERE COMPANY
JOHN HOWARD ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
JOHN R. DAY & ASSOCIATES
JOHNCOURS, GLORIA
JOHNSON, ACQUILLA J.
JOHNSON, ANN C.
JOHNSON, ANTHONY C.
JOHNSON, ARTHUR
JOHNSON, ARTHUR L.
JOHNSON, BERNARD, JR.
JOHNSON, CATHERINE A.
12CV0086
11CV3606
11CV3964
11CV4652
11CV1832
11CV5142
12CV1658
11CV0857
11CC0724
11CC3193
11CC1011
11CC3611
11CC3612
11CC3613
11CC3614
11CC3615
11CC2568
11CV0613
11CC1856
12CV1090
12CV2593
07CV2697
12CV1317
11CV3362
12CV3664
11CC0377
11CC2821
11CV3107
11CV0358
11CV3354
10CV4524
12CV0403
12CV1318
11CV0308
11CC3773
11CV4928
12CC0526
12CV0638
11CV3389
11CC2300
12CV2839
12CC1450
11CV2986
11CC2506
10CV2545
12CC1320
12CC1321
11CC2383
09CC2063
12CV0543
11CC3649
08CC1347
12CC0355
11CV5008
11CV2823
11CV4266
11CC2232
12CC0964
11CV3671
11CC1515
12CC2621
11CC2456
13CC0196
11CC2338
11CC2341
11CC2342
11CC2343
11CC2344
11CC2345
11CC2346
11CC2347
10CC3348
12CC2155
08CV1768
11CV3323
11CV4852
11CV4363
10CV4951
11CV1573
10CV4622
12CC0988
60 JOHNSON, CHARLES
JOHNSON, CHRISTOPHER
JOHNSON, CLAUDIA M., M.D.
JOHNSON, CLAUDIUS M. & MARY
JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC.
JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC.
JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC.
JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC.
JOHNSON, CORDERO
JOHNSON, DARIAN
JOHNSON, DARRON A.
JOHNSON, DARRYL
JOHNSON, DARRYL L.
JOHNSON, DEOLONTE
JOHNSON, DEREK
JOHNSON, DERICK M.
JOHNSON, DERRICK
JOHNSON, DOMINIQUE
JOHNSON, DONALD
JOHNSON, DREW E.
JOHNSON, EDDIE
JOHNSON, ELIZABETH
JOHNSON, GAIL B.
JOHNSON, GARY
JOHNSON, GRANT R.
JOHNSON, HELEN
JOHNSON, HELEN
JOHNSON, ISHANTI
JOHNSON, JAMAAL
JOHNSON, JAMEEL
JOHNSON, JAMES
JOHNSON, JAMES RUSSELL
JOHNSON, JASMINE
JOHNSON, JERMAINE
JOHNSON, JHAMAL K.
JOHNSON, JOHNNIE
JOHNSON, JOHNNIE
JOHNSON, JOSHUA J.
JOHNSON, JULIE L.
JOHNSON, KARISSA & BUCHANAN, IMOGENE & ROBERTS, LISA L.
JOHNSON, KEITH
JOHNSON, KENNETH L., JR.
JOHNSON, KIASHIA
JOHNSON, KRYSTAL
JOHNSON, LA DONNA
JOHNSON, LARRY
JOHNSON, LARRY A.
JOHNSON, LATONYA
JOHNSON, LEROY
JOHNSON, LINDA
JOHNSON, LISA
JOHNSON, LISA D.
JOHNSON, LLOYD
JOHNSON, LLOYD D.
JOHNSON, LORI
JOHNSON, MARCUS
JOHNSON, MARCUS A.
JOHNSON, MARQUIS
JOHNSON, MARVIN J.
JOHNSON, MARVIN J.
JOHNSON, MAYNA M.
JOHNSON, MAYNA M
JOHNSON, MICHAEL
JOHNSON, MICHAEL DAVID
JOHNSON, NATHAN D.
JOHNSON, NICHOLAS & ASHFORD, MATTIE
JOHNSON, NICOLE
JOHNSON, OCTAVIUS, MINOR BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, JACQUELINE JOHNSON
JOHNSON, OWEN
JOHNSON, PATRICIA
JOHNSON, PATRICIA
JOHNSON, PATRICIA A.
JOHNSON, PATRICK M.
JOHNSON, RICKY
JOHNSON, RIO
JOHNSON, ROBERT J.
JOHNSON, RONAULDO
JOHNSON, ROY
JOHNSON, SARAH
JOHNSON, SHANNON
JOHNSON, SHAWNA
61 11CV4965
09CV3337
12CC0911
11CV5029
11CC2761
11CC3378
11CC3379
11CC3991
12CV0271
11CV0259
11CV1946
12CV3203
10CV5593
12CV2901
11CV3750
10CV4361
10CV2295
11CV2719
11CV5232
07CV2204
11CV1947
11CV4407
11CC1483
12CV1659
11CC2772
12CV2595
12CV3033
11CV2133
11CV4804
10CV2397
11CV3417
11CC3791
12CV2776
11CV2476
11CV1656
11CV1700
11CV5515
11CV3587
11CV3774
11CV0614
12CV1798
11CV2163
12CV0591
12CV2921
11CV5452
12CV0063
11CV5299
11CV0165
11CV4267
11CV3945
10CV1231
12CV0327
11CV2780
12CV0724
11CV3873
11CV4297
11CV4626
11CV1608
11CV5470
12CV1627
12CC2412
12CC2414
11CV3390
12CV1936
11CV3171
11CV1334
12CV0904
01CC3131
11CV4966
11CV0596
11CV4268
11CV4564
10CC1301
11CC2794
11CV5422
12CV0954
09CV0470
11CV4243
11CC4000
12CV1186
01CC3164
JOHNSON, SOLOMON
JOHNSON, SONYITA
JOHNSON, SPANNIESHA
JOHNSON, SUSAN
JOHNSON, TAMEKA
JOHNSON, TATIANA
JOHNSON, TERRY
JOHNSON, TRAVION
JOHNSON, VIRGILEE
JOHNSON, WINFRED R.
JOHNSON-JEFFERS, CURTIS K., II
JOHNSON-PEORIA VENTURES, LLC. D/B/A HAMPTON INN
JOHNSON-WILLIAMS, ANITA L.
JOHNSON-YANCEY, KIMBERLY
JOHNSTON, CARRIE
JOHNSTON, JEFFREY P.
JOHNSTON LYNCH, MICHELLE
JOINER, BUSHUN
JOINER, GREGORY
JOLIET LODGING ASSOCIATES D/B/A HAMPTON INN JOLIET
JOLIET RADIOLOGICAL SERVICE
JONES, AMANDA M.
JONES, AMBER
JONES, ANGELA
JONES, ANTHONY
JONES, BENJAMIN
JONES, BERTHA
JONES, BILLY A.
JONES, BRIAN
JONES, BRIAN D.
JONES, CHIQUITA L.
JONES, CHRISTOPHER M.
JONES, CORNELL M.
JONES, DARIUS
JONES, DESHAUN
JONES, DEVON
JONES, DEWAYNE A.
JONES, DWAYNE
.
JONES, ERICA
JONES, FAITH
JONES, GLENN
JONES, HAROLD
JONES, HAROLD
JONES, HENRY
JONES, IRENE
JONES, IRENE
JONES, IRENE
JONES, IZESTA
JONES, JEANINE L.
JONES, JESSICA & WILLIAMS, KATRINA & JONES, SIDERIA ETAL.
JONES, JO ANN
JONES, JOHN
JONES, JOSHUA
JONES, JOSHUA D.
JONES, KEITH
JONES, KEJUAN
JONES, KENNETH
JONES, KEVIN
JONES, LA TANYA P.
JONES, LADONNA R.
JONES, LATERRA
JONES, MELRALINA
JONES, MELVIN
JONES, MICHAEL
JONES, MICHAEL R.
JONES, NAKIA F.
JONES, PAMELA
JONES, PAUL
JONES, QUINTON
JONES, ROBERT
JONES, ROBERT
JONES, ROBERT L., JR.
JONES, ROBERT R.
JONES, TABITHA G.
JONES, THADDEUS
JONES, TILFORD
JONES, TIMOTHY
JONES, TIMOTHY
JONES, VENSON
JONES, VIVIAN
JONES, VUITTON
62 10CV1150
12CV0877
11CV0525
04CV5098
12CV0042
11CV5453
11CV4906
11CV4967
12CV1389
10CV4585
11CV5123
12CC1797
11CV3773
10CV4708
12CV2577
11CV3541
11CV3391
12CV1158
11CV2749
11CC2219
11CC0941
11CV2824
12CV3005
12CV3117
10CV3877
00CC0409
11CC3847
11CV2028
10CC3133
10CV4383
12CV0064
10CV5005
12CV1217
11CV4364
11CV4512
12CV2524
11CC4049
12CV0551
02CC4521
11CV5201
11CC0408
11CV3341
12CV1719
09CV5601
12CV1260
12CV1261
12CV1262
10CV4305
11CC3677
10CV1567
12CV2558
12CV4209
11CV5200
12CV0475
10CV2516
12CV1234
08CV6335
12CV0012
12CC0913
11CV5248
12CV0855
12CV0026
10CV3263
11CV1336
12CV1660
11CV1743
12CV0133
11CV4244
11CV4767
11CV2764
12CV0174
11CV5249
11CV0839
11CV3263
08CC2911
11CV3444
03CV4582
10CV4752
12CV0175
11CV3897
12CV0148
JONES, WANDA
JONES, YOLANDA
JONES, ZACHARY J.
JONES-HEATH, THERESA
JONES-NICKASON, JELSECA
JORDAN, BRANDIE
JORDAN, CALVIN J.
JORDAN, JOSHUA J.
JORDAN, JUJUAN
JORDAN, KAREN
JORDAN, RODNEY
JORDAN, SHANNON
JORDAN, TRENTON
JORDAN, VINCENT
JORDAN, WALTER
JORDAN, YOLANDA
JORDAN, YOLANDA
JOS. CACCIATORE & COMPANY
JOTZAT, BRIAN, JR.
JOY, GREGORY
JOYCE, PETRICE
JOYCE, WILLIAM E., III
J.P. BENBOW PLUMBING & HEATING
JUAREZ, IVAN
JUAREZ, MARIO
JUENGER, KENNETH
JURKOWSKI, DONALD E.
JUST KIDDIN AROUND CHILD CARE CENTER, INC.
JUST LIKE HOME BALDWIN DAY CENTER
JUSTIN BLAIR & COMPANY
JUSTUS, SUSAN B. & RONALD
JUVENILE COURT CENTER
K & K HARDWARE & SERVICES
KAISER, LAUREL N.
KALAFARSKI, RICHARD
KALEIDOSCOPE, INC.
KALEIDOSCOPE, INC.
KALEJAIYE, AUGUSTINE T.
KALLERUD, CAILEY
KAMPMEIER, KARL
KAMRAN, MUHAMMAD, M.D.
KANAGO, AMOS
KANAPI, PATRICK
KANE, PATRICIA P.
KANGAROO KORNER
KANKAKEE ANIMAL HOSPITAL
KANKAKEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
KAPLAN, MARINA
KARA COMPANY, INC.
KARIM, SAMUEL
KARPES, DELIA
KARPINSKI, WITOLD
KARR, STEVEN P.
KARRA, SHANNON
KARTHEISER, BETH ANN
KARTHEISER, BETH ANN
KASE, JULIE
KASZYNSKI, KATIE
KATHRYN BYRNE
KAUNAS, MARIUS
KAUS, ROBERT A.
KAWALCZYK, PAWEL
KAYE, RICHARD
KCCDD, INC.
KEANE, KEVIN
KEANE, PEGGY T.
KEARNEY, MACK
KEATING, MICHAEL J.
KEEFE & DEPAULI, PC.
KEEN, MARIKAY L.
KEENE, MICHAEL A.
KEEVEN, KELLY L.
KEEVY, KIMBERLY
KEHOE, BROCK
KEITH, JAMES M.
KELETA, HAILESELASSIE
KELLAMS, DAVID W.
KELLER, GREGORY
KELLER, RHONDA
KELLEY, DRYE & WAREN, LLP.
KELLEY, MELISSA
11CV5516
12CV0682
12CV1039
11CV2216
12CV2304
11CV4653
12CV1817
10CC2201
12CV0524
11CV3965
12CV3174
12CV2447
12CC2479
12CV0703
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12CV0043
12CC0854
11CV2909
11CV4365
12CV0639
12CC2792
12CC0223
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11CV3967
10CV2943
12CC2417
12CC0709
12CC1453
11CC0875
10CC2175
11CC3572
11CC1652
11CV4366
12CV1263
12CC0708
12CC1481
10CV4890
12CV2258
11CV3638
11CC1505
11CV2683
10CV3384
11CV0598
12CC1239
12CC1216
11CC4007
12CV0441
11CC0863
09CC3237
11CV4654
11CV0961
11CC2211
10CV4967
12CV3256
12CV3257
11CV2337
10CV1872
11CC3497
11CV4907
11CV3712
11CV5399
10CC1651
11CC1607
11CV3392
11CV4834
08CC0024
11CV5355
12CC2114
11CV4090
10CV2117
11CV2885
11CV1702
12CC2210
10CV4124
11CV3914
11CC4039
11CV3012
10CV2298
11CC0589
11CV3946
63 KELLEY, MELISSA
KELLEY, STEPHANIE
KELLY, ADAM M.
KELLY, HUDSON
KELLY, KEVIN K.
KELLY, MAURICE
KELLY, MICHAEL
KELLY, MICHAEL
KELLY, SERENA
KELLY, SHERRY R.
KELLY, SHERRY R.
KELSEY, RICHARD
KELSEY, RICHARD
KELSEY, RICKEY
KEMPIAK, OAKLEY
KENDALL, DAVID B.
KENDALL, ROBERT A.
KENNEDY, ANTERRIO
KENSATON, RONALD A.
KENSINGTON SCHOOL, INC.
KENSINGTON SCHOOL, INC.
KENYATTA'S DAY CARE
KERBER, ECK & BRAECKEL
KERBER, ECK & BRAECKEL
KERBER, ECK & BRAECKEL
KERBER, ECK & BRAECKEL
KERN, LINDA
KERSHAW, MICHAEL
KESHIRO, AYINDE S.
KESSANTI, FARID
KESSEL, JILL
KESTIAN, ANTHONY
KETTMAN HEATING & PLUMBING, INC.
KEY, CHARICKA E.
KEY, DANIELLE M.
KEY, KENNETH M.
KEYL, MICHAEL
KEYS, LINDA K.
KHALID, LAWANDA
KHAN BEY, SULTAN
KHAN, HAYATT
KHAN, NAZIMA J.
KHOSHABA, AGNIS
KICKEL, PETER S.
KID CARE OF SALEM INC.
KID CARE OF SALEM, INC.
KIDD, RUDOLPH, JR.
KIDS R FIRST, INC.
KIEFFER BUILT CONSTRUCTION
KILEY, SCOTT
KILPATRICK, TASMINE
KIM, ALICE
KIM, MIK
KIM, YOUNG HEE
KINDERCARE LEARNING CENTERS
KINDHART, FELICIA M.
KINDRED, NETTIE D.
KING, BELINDA
KING, BREANA
KING, DONNELL
KING, KEITA M.
KING, KEITA M.
KING, KEITA M.
KING, KENDRA & LYONS, PATRICIA & MOSELEY, CAROL
KING, MICHAEL
KING MOSLEY, JACQUELINE
KING MOSLEY, JACQUELINE
KING MOSLEY, JACQUELINE
KING MOSLEY, JACQUELINE
KING, ROBERT
KING, ROY, SR.
KING TECHNOLOGY, INC.
KINSETH HOSPITALITY
KIRCHNER, GLORIA J.
KIRK, AARON
KIRK, JENNIFER
KIRKWOOD, MASTER
KISMET FAMILY SERVICES, INC.
KITTANEH, YAZAN S.
KIZER, CALEB
KIZER, SHEILA
64 11CV3947
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11CV5202
12CV0199
99CV0004
11CV0570
11CV3418
11CV4882
10CC0683
11CV2477
11CV4033
12CV0808
12CV1628
12CV0349
11CV4544
10CV2329
11CV3084
11CV1864
12CV2211
12CC1715
12CC2799
12CC2842
11CC1985
11CC1986
11CC1987
11CC1988
12CV2578
11CV2910
11CC2909
10CV5594
09CV3310
11CV3734
12CC0804
11CV4367
12CV2777
10CC3345
12CV1347
11CV2338
11CV4269
11CV4408
12CV1507
12CV0087
11CV4391
12CC0192
12CC0903
12CC2578
12CV2020
12CC1580
11CC2915
06CV5890
12CV1006
11CV3847
11CV0962
12CV0780
11CC3755
11CC2333
12CV0683
12CV3744
11CV5060
10CV5476
12CV0749
12CV0750
12CV0751
11CV2009
12CV2525
11CV3898
11CV3899
11CV3900
11CV3948
11CV4805
11CV0907
12CC0706
11CC2021
11CC2530
10CV3201
11CV3294
12CV1108
11CC0776
11CV3150
11CV2561
11CV3324
KLINGEMAN, LINDSAY
KLUSEK, KRZYSZTOF
KMART 4031
KNAPP, THOMAS
KNOLLENBERG, MICHAEL, SR.
KNOWLEDGE LEARNING CORPORATION
KNOWLEDGE LEARNING CORPORATION
KNOWLEDGE LEARNING CORPORATION
KNOWLES, FRED
KNOWLES, WILEY
KNOWLTON, KIMBERLY
KNOX, CHRISTOPHER
KNOX COLLEGE
KNOX COLLEGE
KNOX COUNTY
KNOX COUNTY
KNOX COUNTY
KNOX COUNTY
KNOX COUNTY
KNOX PET CLINIC
KNOX, VANDAIRE
KNUTH, TOM
KOBCHYK, VOLODYMR
KOBRICK, FRED
KOBYLANSKI, EWA
KOCHTA, PETR
KOEHLER, JEFFREY
KOLE, JAMES D.
KOLEV, TOMA
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
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KOONTZ, JUSTIN
KORCHEVSKA, OKSANA
KORELLIS SYSTEMS CONTROL, INC.
KORENCHUK, HILARY A.
KORNOSKI-DUVALL, CHARLENE R.
KORNOSKI-DUVALL, CHARLENE R.
KORSZLAK, CHRISTOPHER
KOSANDA, MATTHEW
KOSMICKI, FRANK
KOSTNER, PATRICIA L.
KOURAKIS, BRAD E.
KOUZNETSOV, VALERIY
KOWALSKI, CERRA
KOZIOL, CHESTER
KOZLOWSKI, CHRISTIAN
KRAFT, RICHARD
KRAFT, RICHARD
KRAKOWIAK, WALDEMAR
KRAMER, THOMAS J.
KRANKEL, KARIE
KRATOWICZ, HOLLY M.
12CV1773
10CV5245
11CC3839
12CC2208
10CV4308
11CC3750
12CC0735
12CC2377
12CV2826
11CV4806
09CV6384
11CV2165
11CC3715
12CC0307
11CC0388
11CC0389
11CC0390
11CC0391
11CC0392
12CC2446
08CC2114
09CV3833
10CV5124
12CV1799
11CV4704
11CV1806
11CV3037
12CC0777
12CV0272
10CC3934
11CC0683
11CC1277
11CC1278
11CC1279
11CC1280
11CC1281
11CC1282
11CC1283
11CC1284
11CC1318
11CC1319
11CC1321
11CC1340
11CC1559
11CC1560
11CC1561
11CC1562
11CC1707
11CC1982
11CC1983
11CC2427
11CC3661
12CC1900
11CC0684
11CC0685
11CC0686
11CC0697
11CC0698
11CC0699
11CC3883
11CV1048
11CV0908
11CC2538
12CV1852
11CC2984
12CC1359
11CV2803
11CV0470
12CC2470
11CV3949
11CV1951
12CV0782
12CV0477
12CV0525
11CV1092
12CV0570
12CV0571
11CV3419
11CV4627
12CC1863
12CV0955
65 KRATOWICZ, HOLLY M.
KRATOWICZ, HOLLY M.
KRATOWICZ, HOLLY M.
KREIFELS, NICHOLAS E.
KRELL, SCOTT
KRELL, SCOTT
KRENKEL, SHIRLEY A.
KRENZER, ARTHUR L.
KRENZER, ARTHUR L.
KRENZER, KELLY
KRET, ADRIANA
KRIENKE, MATTHEW
KRIESEL, LINDA
KROKSON, SARAH
KROLL FACTUAL DATA
KROUPA, DANIEL J.
KRUSE, PHILIP
KSIAZEK, DOMINICK
KUCK, JOHN
KURECKI, EUGENE
KUROWSKI, DAVID
KURTH, JILL
KURTZ, ANDREW
KURTZ, ERICKA K.
KURTZ, WILLIAM M.
KUTYBA, JAMIE L.
KUZMIAK, JACQUELINE
KYLE, OLECIA
KYSER, ANN MARIE
LA PETITE ACADEMY, INC.
LA PLACE, VINCENT
LAB SAFETY SUPPLY
LABALESTRA, MICHAEL
LABOR TECH PRINTING
LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA HOLDINGS
LACEY, BEMJAMIN P.
LACH, TINA M.
LADD, EARL, JR.
LAFAIRE, ROBIN L.
LAFLAMME, JOSEPH
LAGRANGE, VILLAGE OF
LAIN, AMANDA
LAING, RUTH F.
LAKE COUNTY NEUROLOGICAL ASSOC., LTD. D/B/A LIBERTYVILLE NEUROSURGERY
LAKE COUNTY NEUROSURGERY, LLC.
LAKE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
LAKE COUNTY STATE'S ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
LAKE COUNTY STATE'S ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
LAKE GENEVA FRESH AIR ASSOCIATION, INC. D/B/A HOLIDAY HOME CAMP
LAKE GENEVA FRESH AIR ASSOCIATION INC. D/B/A HOLIDAY HOME CAMP
LAKE, LAMONTE
LAKE SHORE REPORTING SERVICE CORPORATION
LAKE SPRINGFIELD MARINA
LAMAN, DEANA
LAMAR, AMBER R.
LAMB, AMY
LAMB, GAILA B.
LAMB, GREGORY
LAMB, GREGORY
LAMB, HEATH
LAMBRECHT, CORISSA
LAMDHORIAN, AMOOJAN
LAMONT, REBECCA A.
LAMPKIN, SHIRA
LAMPLEY, ANTONIO
LANAGAN, CASSANDRA
LANDA, ALFONSO
LANDECHO, YESENIA
LANDI, JOSEPH
LANDON, AMANDA
LANDRITH, ADAM D.
LANE, CARL A., JR.
LANE, JASON R.
LANE, JULIE
LANE, KERRY
LANE, TONI A.
LANE, TONI A.
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROE, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINBERG, LTD.
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINBERG, LTD.
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINBERG, LTD.
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINBERG, LTD.
66 12CV1913
12CV1914
12CV1915
11CV3325
11CV4337
11CV4338
11CV2422
11CV1952
11CV4908
11CV4909
11CV3326
11CV3014
11CC3608
11CV5400
12CC1596
12CV3090
11CV3134
11CV0234
12CV2500
10CV3529
11CV3516
11CV2825
12CV0704
12CV1688
10CV4525
11CV3795
10CC2664
12CV1109
10CV5417
12CC1113
11CV3200
11CC1598
11CV5374
12CC0444
11CC2103
12CV1398
12CV3236
10CV5477
12CV1508
12CV0684
10CC1323
11CV1744
10CV5292
11CC3707
11CC3708
12CC2878
11CC1547
12CC1408
11CC2234
11CC2235
09CC0989
12CC0729
12CC0895
11CV3475
10CV3916
11CV3797
09CV0797
04CC0045
04CC0082
11CV3796
11CV3566
12CV0829
11CC2455
10CV5478
12CV0927
12CV3175
11CV1953
12CV2173
11CV3567
11CV4110
10CV5574
12CV0783
11CV2928
11CC2214
11CV2086
11CV1237
11CV2219
11CC1948
10CC0083
11CC1945
11CC1946
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN &
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN &
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN &
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN &
LANG, DONNA
LANG, SARA N.
LANGAN, LYNN M.
LANGKLOTZ, JULIE
LANGSTON, EUGENE A.
LANGSTON, JASON C.
LANHAM, RICHARD
LANIGAN, CAROLYN
LANSAW, CHRISTINE
LAPORTA, MARIA
LARES, FELIX
LARKIN, ANTHONY
LARKIN CENTER FOR CHILDREN
LARRY, CRYSTAL D. & RUSSELL, JACQUELYN
LARRY, ELTERMEAS
LARRY, SHAUN
LARSEN, EDDIE
LARSEN, JASON
LASER ELECTRIC, INC.
LASER ELECTRIC, INC.
LASER INNOVATIONS, INC.
LASER INNOVATIONS, INC.
LASER INNOVATIONS, INC.
LASER INNOVATIONS, INC.
LASER INNOVATIONS, INC.
LASER INNOVATIONS, INC.
LASER INNOVATIONS, INC.
LASER INNOVATIONS, INC.
LASHLEY, ANTHONY
LASKOWSKI-BOSSEY, CHRISTINE A.
LASTER, TIMOTHY D.
LASUMBA, YUMBA
LATHAM, DEBRA
LATHAM, KEIONTAE L.
LATIMORE-PARKS, DANA
LATTA, IRV
LAUTER, WENDY R.
LAVIN, MODWENE A
LAW & JUSTICE COMMISSION
LAW BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY
LAW BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY
LAWERENCE TRAVIS & COMPANY, PC.
LAWLESS, TERENCE
LAWRENCE, BRENDA
LAWRENCE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
LAWRENCE, DANIEL
LAWRENCE, JUSTINE
LAWRENCE, MARY E. AKA FRYDAY, MARY E.
LAWRENCE, MELISHA
LAWSON, JOHN D.
LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.
LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.
LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.
LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.
LAWSON, ROOSEVELT
LAYES, MYRNA
LAYTON, MAURICE
LAZARO, EDUARDO, JR.
LAZDA, LAURA
LCC LOWDER CONTRACT CLEANING
LE BLANC, JERIHA
LE, HAI VAN
LEACH, FELICIA
LEAKS, MARILYN A.
LEAL, MIGUEL
LEANOS, JESSICA
LEBLANC, BRENDA F.
LEBLANC, BRENDA F.
LEBRON, NATHANIEL
LECH, MARIA
LEDESMA, LARRY
LEDSINGER, ARCHIBALD F.
LEE, ANTOINE
LEE, ANTONIO
LEE, DENIS M.
LEE, DON
LEE, DUANE
TOMINBERG,
TOMINBERG,
TOMINBERG,
TOMINBERG,
67 LTD.
LTD.
LTD.
LTD.
11CC1947
11CC1949
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12CC0998
10CV4833
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11CV3735
11CV3874
10CC1566
10CV3879
12CV3567
07CC0188
11CC1891
11CC3167
10CV5739
11CV3588
04CC4738
08CV6337
12CV4437
12CV3119
11CV4768
11CV1450
11CC2008
11CC2069
11CC1660
11CC1673
11CC1685
11CC1740
11CC1741
11CC1742
11CC1743
11CC1744
11CV2453
07CV1707
10CC3023
05CC3511
11CV5375
11CV4628
11CV5009
11CV0743
12CC0300
12CC3133
11CC1976
11CC3532
11CC3535
12CC2449
09CC0298
12CV0500
12CC0115
11CV0262
11CV5100
07CC2373
11CV4910
11CV1337
11CC0702
11CC0995
11CC1892
12CC1367
12CV2127
12CV0685
11CV4298
10CV3044
12CC2390
12CC0205
11CV2698
11CV3775
11CV1745
11CV2969
10CC3136
11CV1049
11CC0754
11CC2505
12CV0478
11CV0553
11CV0964
11CV2658
12CV0027
11CV2454
10CV1874
12CV2502
08CV4566
LEE KING, DEBBRA
LEE, RICHARD A.
LEE, TANGANIKA
LEE, TRUMELL, JR.
LEE, TYRECE
LEE, TYRONE
LEE, VELISA
LEE, WADE
LEEDA SERVICES OF ILLINOIS, INC.
LEGAL ASSISTANCE FOUNDATION OF METRO CHICAGO
LEGGS, SHARON R.
LEGO, BRIAN
LEGRONE, KYLE B.
LEGRONE, VIDYA A.
LEGRONE, VIDYA A.
LEIPERT, CATHERINE R.
LEMING, KATHY A.
LENKOWSKI, DONALD
LENOIR, TERRY, SR.
LENOX, CYNTHIA
LEON, FERNANDO
LEON, NOE
LEON, NOE
LEON, ROBERTO R.
LEONARD, CHRISTINA
LEONARD, THOMAS J.
LEONE, MATTHEW
LEROY-HOLOWINSK, LINDA
LESNY, ZDZISLAW
LESSIE BATES DAVIS NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE
LESTER, JACKIE
LET ALL THE SUN IN
LETTERLY, KIM
LETTIMORE, JOEL
LEVI, RAY & SHOUP, INC.
LEVI, RAY & SHOUP, INC.
LEVITAN & ASSOCIATES, INC.
LEVY, ENRICO
LEVY, ENRICO
LEVY, ENRICO
LEVY, ENRICO
LEWIN, ANTOINE
LEWIS, ANDRE D., JR.
LEWIS, AVION
LEWIS, BRIAN
LEWIS, DANIEL
LEWIS, DIANNE
LEWIS, DONOVAN
LEWIS, O'MAE
LEWIS, RASHEED
LEWIS, WALTER K.
LEYVA, YVETTE T.
LEZINE, ANNQUENETTE
LIBERADZKA, MARGARET
LIDDELL, CRAIG
LIEFER, APRIL
LIEFER, APRIL
LIETZ, JUSTINE
LIGGETT, SEAN
LIL WONDERS DEVELOPMENT CENTER
LILES, HARMONY
LILLEY, JUSTIN P.
LILLY, DANNY E.
LIMEHOUSE, SABRINA
LINCOLN CORRECTIONAL CENTER LOCALLY HELD FUND
LINCOLN LAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE
LINCOLN LAND FS, INC.
LINCOLN LAND FS, INC.
LINCOLN, LORETTA
LINDAHL, ERIK
LINDEN, SUSAN
LINDSAY, MARJORIE
LINDSAY, MARJORIE
LINDSEY, BRAD
LINDSEY, DAVID
LINDSEY, TERRENCE
LINNABARY, MARSHA
LIPSCOMB, LAPORSHA
LISIECKI, VIRGINIA
LISOWSKA, DIANA
LITTLE CITY FOUNDATION
68 12CV0905
12CV0149
11CV1032
11CV4453
12CV1264
11CV3015
07CC1100
11CV2826
11CC3158
12CC0114
11CC3063
12CV2341
12CV1237
12CV1236
12CV1238
11CC2953
11CC2527
10CV5771
12CC0861
11CC1448
11CV4818
11CV1401
12CV0727
11CV3875
11CV5300
12CV1444
11CV2750
11CC3994
12CV1187
11CC2704
11CV2220
11CC4125
11CC2260
11CV4198
11CC1943
11CC2331
11CC2991
08CC1924
09CC0991
10CC2168
10CC2169
12CV1720
11CV4474
11CV3342
11CV3393
11CV5472
10CV4529
12CV3034
11CV5203
12CV1629
11CC1963
11CV4629
12CC0466
10CV3388
12CV1846
11CV4368
12CV0429
11CC0299
12CV1007
12CC1100
11CV4944
11CV4369
11CV3589
11CC4117
11CC1795
11CC2693
11CC1323
11CC2721
11CV1340
11CV3016
12CC1646
12CV0618
12CV1630
12CV0350
12CV2305
12CV1400
12CV2148
12CV1916
03CC1156
12CV3207
11CC1709
LITTLE CITY FOUNDATION
LITTLE FLOWER CATHOLIC SCHOOL
LITTLE, JAMES
LITTLE, MANUEL
LITTLE, MANUEL
LITTLE, PIERRE J.
LIVESAY, BETTY
LIVINGSTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT
LIVINGSTON, HENRIETTA A.
LIZARDI, DULCE M.
LLAMAS, LAURA
LLOYD, BOBBY L.
LOBRACO, JESSICA
LOCASCIO, ANGELO V.
LOCKHART, JOSHUA
LOCKHART, TIAQUA
LOCUMTENENS.COM, LLC.
LOGAN, JERMAINE
LOGAN, MARGOT & LOGAN, CIARA
LOGAN, RICHARD
LOHR, WILLIAM J., III
LOJDL, MICHAEL
LOLLING, JENNIFER
LOMAX, KINYA
LONESTAR CARDINAL MOTORCYCLE
LONG, BRENNAN
LONG, DONALD, JR.
LONG, DONALD, JR.
LONG ELEVATOR & MACHINE COMPANY, INC.
LONG ELEVATOR & MACHINE COMPANY, INC.
LONG ELEVATOR & MACHINE COMPANY, INC.
LONG, LADONNA
LONG, LADONNA
LONG, RAVEN
LONG, RAVEN
LONG, RYAN M.
LONGEWAY, MICHAEL J.
LONGOVIA, RUBY
LOPEZ, ALONDRA
LOPEZ, AUGUSTINE
LOPEZ, CARLOS, JR.
LOPEZ, CHRISTIAN
LOPEZ, DORA
LOPEZ, EDGAR
LOPEZ, EDWIN
LOPEZ, ESTELA
LOPEZ, FELIX
LOPEZ, FROILAN
LOPEZ, GEORGINA
LOPEZ, HENRY
LOPEZ, HERIBERTO
LOPEZ, ISRAEL
LOPEZ, JESUS
LOPEZ, JESUS
LOPEZ, JOSE
LOPEZ, JOSE J.
LOPEZ, MANUEL
LOPEZ, MARISSA
LOPEZ, NATALIA
LOPEZ, OLIVERIO
LOPEZ PARRA, MARICRUZ
LOPEZ, PHYLLIS
LOPEZ, RAMON
LOPEZ, REBECCA & ORTIZ, ROXANNA
LOPEZ, UBEX
LOPEZ, YESENIA
LOPEZ-DOMINGUEZ, MARTIN
LOPEZ-PABLO, ENRIQUE
LORENTZ, MARGARET
LORENZ, KEITH L.
LORENZANA, ARMANDO
LORETTO HOSPITAL
LOTS OF LOVE PRESCHOOL ACADEMY
LOTT, DONNELL
LOTT, KESHIA
LOTT, MICHAEL R.
LOUIS BROCKMAN COMPANY
LOVE, ALLISON
LOVE, ANN MARIE
LOVE, CORDELLRO
LOVE, LARRY
12CC0278
11CC0661
11CV4217
11CV4111
11CV4746
11CV1262
10CC1556
12CC2706
10CV3808
12CV1962
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11CV4426
11CV5335
11CV3327
09CV2655
12CV0809
11CC1720
12CV0176
11CC1528
11CV3672
11CV4139
12CV2384
12CC1456
11CV2751
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12CV2620
11CV0025
11CV0026
10CC3585
10CC3586
11CC3641
11CV2804
11CV4036
12CV1445
12CV2448
10CV5246
11CV2050
11CV4854
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11CV1808
12CV1938
12CV0383
12CV0253
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11CV0744
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11CV1510
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12CV1662
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11CV5010
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12CV2149
09CV1649
10CC3541
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12CV1429
11CV1118
09CV2047
11CC3183
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11CV5101
12CV0501
12CV0553
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11CC3333
12CC2691
12CV1523
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12CV2650
11CC1958
11CV1835
11CC2458
12CV2923
11CV4835
69 LOVE, LERONE
LOVE, MYISHA K.
LOVE, TRACY
LOVELESS, KEVIN D.
LOVE-MUHAMMAD, TONYA
LOVERA, TIMOTHY P.
LOVETT, SHAVEE
LOVINGER, TOM
LOWE, CHARLES
LOWERY, WILLIAM, JR.
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY PHYSICIAN FOUNDATION
LOZANO, JAVIER
LPS EXPRESS, INC.
LUBAS, ALEKSANDRA
LUBAS, ALEKSANDRA
LUCAS, CHARMEL
LUCAS, CHELSEA
LUCAS, DEBORAH J.
LUCAS, MONICA
LUCAS, TERRELL
LUCIO, ABEL S.
LUCKETT, JILL
LUCKETT, JILL
LUCKETT, JILL
LUCKY, CHRIS
LUGO, JULIO
LUI, DAVID
LUKASIEWICZ, MATTHEW
LUNA, CARLOS, JR.
LUNA, DANNY, JR.
LUNA, JOSE C.
LUNA, LUIS M., JR.
LUNA, SANDRA C.
LUNA, SELENE
LUNFORD, VALLIANT A.
LUNKENHEIMER, RICHARD L.
LUNSFORD, TYRONE, JR.
LUSBY, CRYSTAL
LUTES, CODY
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTILO, MARTINE
LUTSCHG, JESSICA
LUTZ, JOHN T.
LUTZ, SHEENA J.
LUVERT-HENRY, YOLAN T.
LUVERT-HENRY, YOLAN T.
LUVERT-HENRY, YOLAN T.
LUVIANO, REBECCA
LYDIA HOME ASSOCIATION
LYLES, CRYSTAL
70 12CV1509
12CV1989
12CV2174
12CV2023
11CV5496
12CV2259
11CV2455
12CV0200
12CV3120
11CV5376
11CC1645
11CC2502
07CC2268
12CV0351
11CC2340
11CV2912
11CV5125
12CV0013
11CV4719
11CV4580
11CV4836
11CV5078
10CC3132
10CV0447
12CV1054
12CV1055
12CV1473
08CV4478
11CV3436
11CV2805
12CV2357
11CV0009
11CV5473
11CV3152
12CV2212
11CV4299
10CV3472
12CV2905
10CC2644
11CV4971
11CV1707
10CC0028
10CC1221
10CC1425
10CC1869
10CC3609
11CC2965
11CC3561
11CC3620
11CC3621
11CC3622
11CC3623
11CC3628
11CC3629
11CC3630
12CC0023
12CC0025
12CC0026
12CC0027
12CC0028
12CC0029
12CC0030
12CC0031
12CC0032
12CC0033
12CC0034
12CC0035
12CC0036
12CC0037
12CC0038
12CC0039
11CV1574
10CV4033
12CV0857
12CV3343
11CV1955
11CV1956
11CV4475
11CV3695
12CC1973
11CV5166
LYMAS, JEANETTE
LYNCH, BERNADINE
LYNN, GORDON
LYNN PEAVEY COMPANY
LYNN PEAVEY COMPANY
LYNUMN, WAYNE MAURICE
LYONS, ADRIA
LYONS, CHEKITA
LYONS, IRA L.
LYONS, JOHN
LYONS, KESHIONNA
LYONS, KESHIONNA
LYONS, MARK
LYONS, VALERIE HOLLY
LYTLE, MEGAN
M & G GRAPHICS
MAASCH, THERESA L.
MAASCH, THERESA L.
MAASCH, THERESA L.
MABREY, SUSAN
MABREY, SUSAN
MABRY, MARCIA
MACCHIONE, MATTHEW
MACHABANSKI, HECTOR
MACHUCA, ADRIAN
MACIAS, DIEGO
MACK, ANDREW
MACK, RA'SAAN
MACKE-BOOTH, JONAH
MACKEY, MARLA
MACKEY, THERESA
MACON COUNTY STATE'S ATTORNEY
MACON RESOURCES, INC.
MACON, TIERRA
MACON-PIATT COMPREHENSIVE YOUTH SERVICE BUREAU
MACRI, GENO
MADDEN, BRIAN
MADDEN, JOHN
MADDEN, LAWRENCE R.
MADDOX, JEWEL
MADDOX, URSULA
MADISON, MARGIE
MADRID, CYNTHIA
MAGANA, JOSE D.
MAGG SOFTWARE
MAGHADDAM, MEHDI
MAGNIER, DELYNE J.
MAGNIER, TIMOTHY J.
MAGNIER, TIMOTHY J.
MAGOUIRK, ALLEGRA
MAGPANTAY, RAY R.
MAHAN, DONALD
MAHAN, RACHEL C.
MAHER, PEGGY J.
MAINE, THERESA A.
MAK, ANNA
MAK, ANNA
MAKAR, KATHERINE
MAKOSH, LAURIE
MALAGON, AGUSTIN
MALCOLM EATON ENTERPRISES
MALCOLM EATON ENTERPRISES
MALDONADO, ANGEL
MALDONADO, NATHANIEL
MALLETT, DOROTHY JEAN
MALLETT, MARTELLE
MALLORY, CARMEN
MALLORY, SONYA M.
MALONE, DOUGLAS
MALONE-JONES, TONET V.
MALONE-JONES, TONET V.
MALTBIA, LISA
MAMADOU, BUKURU
MANAF, SHAD
MANCE, BOBBY J.
MANCERA, MAXIMILIANO
MANDEL, EDWARD
MANDUJANO, MARIO
MANGAR-RIAK, KUOL
MANGOLD, GLENDA
MANGOLD, SHELBY, MINOR BY HER NEXT FRIEND, GLENDA MANGOLD
71 11CV0048
09CC0468
11CV3476
12CC0648
12CC0649
11CV2135
09CV2048
12CV2236
09CV3891
11CV0861
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12CV1220
12CV0273
09CV3835
11CV2032
12CC0525
12CV0405
12CV0406
12CV1800
11CV0763
11CV4770
12CV1917
11CV0128
11CC0573
12CV0112
11CV3697
11CV2407
11CV1662
10CV5805
12CV3037
11CV4655
12CC2438
11CC1666
11CV2166
11CC4103
10CC3546
11CV4771
12CV1867
10CV5595
12CV3278
11CV5030
11CV1205
97CV2071
12CV2307
11CC1085
12CV0705
11CV5402
11CV5403
11CV5404
11CV1659
11CV3445
11CV5405
12CC2324
12CC1613
11CV4199
11CV2500
11CV2501
12CV0274
11CV5102
11CV2610
11CC3145
11CC3232
11CV3503
11CV2806
12CV0594
12CV1112
11CC2321
11CC1411
11CV4820
11CV3395
12CV1056
11CC2063
12CV3260
11CV4370
11CV4720
11CV5356
11CV3568
12CV0686
11CV5103
06CC3570
06CC3572
MANGOLD, VIRGINIA, MINOR BY HER NEXT FRIEND, GLENDA MANGOLD
MANN, LORENE
MANNARELLI, JENNIE
MANNIE, MICHAEL L.
MANNING, RODERICK
MANRIQUEZ, MARCO A.
MANSFIELD ELECTRIC COMPANY
MANSON, AMANDA
MANZANO, MIGUEL
MANZO AMEZCUA, JOSE
MANZO, LIZA
MANZO, MARIA C.
MAPES, KELLY
MAPP, SHANNEL
MARABANIAN, PEGGY
MARABANIAN, PEGGY
MARABANIAN, PEGGY
MARAH, SAMIR
MARBLE, BRENDA & WATKINS, LAURA
MARCELLIS, JENNIFER
MARCH, JARED
MARCHESE, NICHOLAS E.
MARCHMAN, ANTHONY
MARCIA, WILLIAM R.
MARCIAH, HUGO R.
MARCKESE, KIEL
MARCUS DAVIS LAWNCARE
MARIDUENA, FERNANDO
MARIN, GABRIEL
MARINA TOWERS CONDO ASSOCIATION
MARIN-FRANCO, MARTHA
MARION, ERIK R.
MARION EYE CENTER
MARION EYE CENTER
MARION FORD, INC.
MARION FORD, INC.
MARION FORD, INC.
MARION, MICHAEL
MARKIER, MAGEE
MARKS, CHARLES E., JR.
MARLER, CHRISTINE & MARLER, KELLY
MAROCSIK, PATRICIA
MARQUEZ, PORFIRIA
MARQUIS, NORMA
MARR, ELIZABETH
MARR, ROBERT A.
MARR, ROLAND
MARROQUIN, ALVARO
MARROQUIN, DANIEL
MARSH, NIKOLE L.
MARSHALL, ASHIA
MARSHALL, DA SHAUN
MARSZALEK, KRYSTYNA
MARTIN BROTHERS IMPLEMENT COMPANY
MARTIN BROTHERS IMPLEMENT COMPANY
MARTIN, CARLEE
MARTIN, CERDELL
MARTIN, CHRISTOPHER J.
MARTIN, DANIEL
MARTIN, DANTE
MARTIN, DEBORAH
MARTIN, EDWARD
MARTIN EQUIPMENT OF ILLINOIS, INC.
MARTIN, HENRY T., III
MARTIN IMPLEMENT SALES, INC.
MARTIN, JANET J.
MARTIN, JEFFREY D.
MARTIN, KRISTON D.
MARTIN, MINNIE
MARTIN, NATHANIEL
MARTIN, ORLANDAS
MARTIN, PIERRE D.
MARTIN, RAYMOND E., JR.
MARTIN, ROSIE
MARTIN, SHAMEIKA
MARTIN, WILLIE D.
MARTINEZ, ALFREDO
MARTINEZ, ANDRES
MARTINEZ, ARCADIA
MARTINEZ, CARMEN
MARTINEZ, DANIEL
72 06CC3571
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08CC0188
12CV0687
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11CV4545
11CC3168
11CC1735
12CV2689
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08CV3599
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11CV4092
07CV3000
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12CV2622
08CC0412
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12CC0637
11CV1050
12CV0479
10CV2303
11CV1376
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12CV0554
07CV3384
12CV3262
11CV4125
12CV0665
12CV0230
11CV1379
11CV1660
12CV0442
MARTINEZ, EDWARD
MARTINEZ, ELIEZER
MARTINEZ, ESTER
MARTINEZ, FEDERICO
MARTINEZ, FERMIN
MARTINEZ, FERMIN
MARTINEZ, HOMERO
MARTINEZ, JANET
MARTINEZ, JESSICA
MARTINEZ, JESUS
MARTINEZ, JOSE
MARTINEZ, JULIAN
MARTINEZ, JULIAN
MARTINEZ, JULIANNA
MARTINEZ, LOLA
MARTINEZ, LUIS E.
MARTINEZ, MANUEL
MARTINEZ, MARIA
MARTINEZ, MARIANA
MARTINEZ, MARTIN
MARTINEZ, MERCEDES
MARTINEZ, MOISES
MARTINEZ, ORALIA
MARTINEZ, RENE
MARTINEZ, RICARDO
MARTINEZ, ROMANTIA
MARTINEZ, SINUHE
MARTINEZ, TOMAS
MARTIN-HOPE, BARBARA
MARTINI, KARL M., JR.
MARTINO, JENNIFER
MARTINS SIGN, LAWN & SNOW SERVICE
MARUCCO, STODDARD, FERENBACH & WALSH, INC.
MARVIN, STEVEN
MARY & TOM LEO ASSOCIATES, INC.
MARY & TOM LEO ASSOCIATES, INC.
MARY DAVID DETENTION HOME
MARY'S HOUSE DAYCARE
MARYVILLE ACADEMY
MARYVILLE ACADEMY
MARYVILLE ACADEMY
MARYVILLE ACADEMY
MARYVILLE ACADEMY
MARYVILLE ACADEMY
MARYVILLE ACADEMY
MARYVILLE ACADEMY
MASON, ALENE
MASON, ALEXANDRIA
MASON, CYNTHIA
MASON, FRANKLIN R.
MASON, JACQUELINE
MASON, KENNETH W.
MASON, KIMBERLY
MASON TILLMAN ASSOCIATES, LTD.
MASON-WALKER, TRENNIA C.
MASON-WELLS, JEFFERY L.
MASSEY, SARITA M., M.D.
MASSEY, SIBYL
MASSIER, ASHLEY
MASSINGILL, JENNIFER
MASTER BREW BEVERAGES, INC.
MASTERS, BRIAN J.
MASTERS, MICHAEL R.
MASTERSON, JAMES
MASTON, DIONNE
MATA, ALEJANDRO
MATHIS, BRENDA
MATHIS, BRENDA
MATHIS, DORIS J.
MATIMORE, JUSTIN
MATRIX INTEGRATION, LLC.
MATRIX SYSTEMS GROUP
MATRIX SYSTEMS GROUP
MATSON, DEANN O/B/O DISABILITY CONSULTANTS, LLC.
MATTA, KRISTI
MATTES, JACOB
MATTESON, DOUGLAS A.
MATTEUCCI, TIMOTHY
MATTHEW BENDER & COMPANY, INC.
MATTHEW BENDER & COMPANY, INC.
MATTHEWS, BRITTANY
73 10CV0992
11CV1575
11CV4454
11CV4856
11CV3969
11CV3970
12CV2308
11CV1552
11CC3156
08CC1648
12CV1869
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11CV3546
12CV1113
11CC1471
11CV3056
11CV3217
11CC2723
12CC0427
10CV5772
11CC3885
11CC3886
11CC3457
11CC1706
11CC3253
11CC3255
11CC3256
11CC3567
11CC3568
12CC0584
12CC0585
12CC0656
11CV5440
09CV3640
12CV1613
10CV5191
12CV1349
10CV4800
11CV4513
10CC1910
12CC0865
12CV0572
12CC0527
11CC1503
11CV5274
11CV2971
11CC3779
11CC1354
11CV4112
11CC4020
12CV1188
12CV1598
10CV3997
10CV3998
11CV4630
11CV2987
11CC1901
11CC3939
11CC3940
10CC2633
11CV4747
11CC2966
11CV2752
12CV2815
11CC3046
12CC2115
10CV0251
MATTHEWS, JASON C.
MATTHEWS, MICHAEL
MATTOX, TAMMY L.
MAXIMA SUPPLY, LLC.
MAXIMUS, INC.
MAXIMUS, INC.
MAXIMUS, INC.
MAXON, BARBARA
MAXWELL, JANINE
MAXWELL, JANINE
MAY, AARON
MAY, JACQUELYN W.
MAY, RANDALL L.
MAY, RANDALL L.
MAY, RANDALL L.
MAY, RANDALL L.
MAYA, EDMUNDO
MAYA, ELIZABETH
MAYA, ELIZABETH
MAYA, ELIZABETH
MAYA, LUIS
MAYERS, ANGELA
MAYFIELD, STACI D.
MAYO, SHERRE
MAYS, ALTION
MAYS, ANGELA
MAYS, DEJUAN K.
MAYS, LATINA & WHITE, CAROLYN
MAYS, TRACY R.
MAYSLAK, PETER
MBA ENTERPRISES-3, INC.
MBS CHILD CARE CENTER, INC.
MCADORY, KEVIN
MCBOUNDS, ARIEL
MCBOUNDS, ARIEL
MCBRIDE, KATIE A.
MCCAFFREY, MARY A.
MCCALL, MIAKISHA M.
MCCANN, DOREEN
MCCANN, DWAYNE
MCCANN, HOLLY
MCCANN, LOIS
MCCANT, THOMAS
MCCARTER, ERNESTINE
MCCARTER, LEVAL
MCCARTER, VICTOR
MCCARTHY, BARBARA
MCCARTHY, NATHAN
MCCARTHY, SHARON M.
MCCARTHY, SHARON M.
MCCARTHY, SHARON M.
MCCARTNEY, ANDREW
MCCARTNEY, LINDA
MCCASKILL, ANDRE
MCCHRISTON, CORETTA
MCCLAIN-SPARKMAN, HENDRIA
MCCLAIR, MARY E.
MCCLEAN, MAURICE D.
MCCLINTOCK, DOUGLAS C.
MCCLINTON, DAN JUAN
MCCLINTON, TYRONE
MCCLURE, ANTHONY
MCCLURE, CAROLYN
MCCOMB, CHERRYLON
MCCORKLE COURT REPORTERS, INC.
MCCORKLE COURT REPORTERS, INC.
MCCORMACK, JOY H.
MCCORMICK, BRANDT
MCCORMICK, TIFFANY
MCCORMICK, WILLIAM F.
MCCOWAN, KATHY
MCCOY, ANDREA
MCCOY, SCOTT
MCCOY, SCOTT
MCCRACKLIN, BARBARA
MCCRANIE, VIVIAN
MCCRAY, LACEY R.
MCCRAY, LACEY R. & BRADLEY, LYDIA A.
MCCRAY, LEONARDO
MCCRAY, THOMAS
MCCRAY, WILMA
10CV5643
11CC0962
11CV3798
11CC2402
11CC3491
11CC3492
11CC3493
10CV4075
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12CV1528
06CC0623
11CV4515
11CV4310
11CV1434
12CC0087
11CV3396
10CV4505
74 MCCUBBINS, ANGELA R.
MCCUE, RICHARD F.
MCCULLOUGH, TRITIMA
MCDADE, KAKEYA
MCDANIEL, BRIAN
MCDANIEL FIRE SYSTEMS, LLC.
MCDAVID, ALONZO
MCDILE, CHARLES
MCDONAGH, JOSEPH
MCDONALD, AARON
MCDONALD, DWAINE C.
MCDONALD, GINA
MCDONALD, SYLVIA
MCDONNOUGH, YVONNE M.
MCDONOUGH, CHELSEA
MCDONOUGH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
MCDONOUGH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
MCDONOUGH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
MCDOWELL, ANGELO
MCDOWELL, LAVINCE
MCDOWELL, LE QUAS
MCELROY, JEREMIAH
MCELROY, MAURICE
MCELROY, NARJA
MCELROY, ROSE
MCELROY, TONDALEA C.
MCFADDEN, DEONTE J.
MCFADDEN, KYLE
MCFARLANE, RICHARD
MCGEE, CARL
MCGEE, CARLA
MCGEE, DESHAUN
MCGEE, EBONY
MCGEE, FELICIA
MCGEE, FRANKIE M.
MCGEE, LILLIAN & PHILLIP
MCGEE, RIAN L.
MCGEE, TERRENCE
MCGEE, ZACHARY
MCGHEE, JUSTIN C.
MCGHEE, RICKY
MCGINNIS, KIMEDA
MCGINNIS, KIMEDA
MCGINNIS, MICHELLE
MCGOWAN, MARCUS
MCGRAW, ZELDA & MCGRAW, JAVANGELIST
MCGRAW-YOUNG, TEAQUA
MCGUIRE, MARJORIE
MCGUIRE'S II, LLC.
MCGUIRE'S II, LLC.
MCGUIRE'S II, LLC.
MCGUIRE'S II, LLC.
MCHENRY COUNTY COLLEGE
MCHENRY COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
MCHENRY, EDWARD
MCHONE, RONALD H.
MCHUGH, KATHRYN A.
MCINERNEY, TODD
MCINTOSH, MELISSA
MCINTOSH, MICHAEL D.
MCINTOSH, TOYAWNA
MCINTOSH, TREASA L.
MCINTYRE, ANDREW
MCKAY AUTO PARTS, INC.
MCKEAN, HANNAH
MCKEE, TERESA L.
MCKEE, TERESA L.
MCKEE, THERESA
MCKENZIE, RONNIE
MCKESSON HEALTH SOLUTIONS
MCKESSON HEALTH SOLUTIONS
MCKESSON MEDICAL-SURGICAL MINNESOTA SUPPLY, INC.
MCKINNEY, ALLEN D.
MCKINNEY, JAZMIN B.
MCKINNEY, LITISEA
MCKINNEY, PAMELA K.
MCKINZIE, CLAUDINE
MCKISSICK, LENEAR A.
MCKNIGHT, CHRISTOPHER
MCKOWN, MICHELLE R.
MCLAREN, LAMONTE
75 12CC1220
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12CV1115
12CV0352
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11CV2828
11CV0909
MCLAUGHLIN, KATHLEEN
MCLEAN COUNTY CENTER
MCLEAN COUNTY COURT SERVICES
MCLEAN COUNTY COURT SERVICES
MCLEAN COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
MCLEAN COUNTY STATE'S ATTORNEY'S OFFICE; CHILD SUPPORT DIVISION
MCLEAN, DON
MCMANAMAN, MICHAEL P.
MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY COMPANY
MCNAUGHTON, BRITTANY
MCNEAL, D'ANDRE A.
MCNEAL, DENISE
MCNEAL, DEVANTE
MCNEIL, TAMMY
MCNEIL, TAMMY
MCPEAKE, DAWN F.
MCPHAIL, AMIE E.
MCROY, JAMES E.
MCWILLIAMS, TYRONE
MCWILLIAMS, YASAUNI
MEADOWS, BARBRA
MEANS, DANIELLE
MECHANICAL SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.
MEDDERS, MICHAEL
MEDEARIS, CHRISTOPHER M.
MEDELLIN, ISMAEL
MEDFORD OIL COMPANY
MEDICAL COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION
MEDINA, CHRISTOPHER
MEDINA, GUADALUPE
MEDINA, MERCEDES
MEDINA, PETER J.
MEDLEY, PATRICK F.
MEDLINE INDUSTRIES, INC.
MEDRANO, INES
MEDRANO, NERIDA
MEEKS, REGINALD P.
MEHTA, JIGARA
MEI, YUAN
MEINDERS, TROY J.
MEINEN, LYNNE S.
MEJER, JASON D.
MEJIA, MARIA
MEJIA, OFELIA M.
MELE, CAROL
MELE, CAROL
MELE, CAROL
MELENDEZ, ALEXY
MELENDEZ, DANNY
MELGAR, JORGE
MELIN, MARILYN
MELQUIADES, JESUS
MELUCCI, ROBERT
MELVIN, CLIFFORD
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER
MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER
MENARD, INC.
MENARD, INC.
MENARD, INC.
MENDENHALL, WHITNEY S.
MENDEZ, ALEJANDRA
MENDEZ, IMELDA
MENDEZ, IRENE
MENDOZA, ABRAHAM
MENDOZA, NECKOLE
MENDOZA, NELSON
MENDOZA, OMAR
MENDOZA, PETER
MENDOZA, SERGIO, JR.
MENNEFEE, RICKY
MENNENGA, KRISTINA
MENSAH, LARNELL
MENTADO, TOMAS
MENTAL HEALTH CENTER OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY
MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS OF CENTRAL ILLINOIS
MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS OF WESTERN ILLINOIS
MERCADO, JESUS
MERCER, CHELSEA
MERCER COMPANY FAMILY CRISIS CENTER
76 11CC2954
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11CC3880
11CC1082
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11CC3851
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12CV0706
12CV1296
09CV0556
10CV0254
11CV1810
12CV2526
11CC2091
11CC3396
11CC3285
12CV1116
11CV0263
11CC3965
MERCER, SHAWN R.
MERCHEL, EWA
MERCHEL, EWA
MERCHEL, EWA
MERCURY INSURANCE A/S/O NICK LIVELY
MEREDITH, MICHELLE
MEREDITH, MICHELLE
MERRILL, RONDA
MERRITT, CODY J.
MERRITT, WANDA
MERRITT, WENDY
MERTZELOS, SHERRY
MES ILLINOIS
METRO MEDICAL SERVICES, INC.
METRO TITLE SERVICES
METROPOLITAN FAMILY SERVICES
METROPOLITAN FAMILY SERVICES
METROPOLITAN ORTHOPEDICS, LTD.
METROPOLITAN WATER RECLAMATION DISTRICT OF GREATER CHICAGO
METROPOLITAN WATER RECLAMATION DISTRICT OF GREATER CHICAGO
MEYER, CONNIE
MEYER, JENNIFER
MEYER, JODY
MEYERS, CINDY
MEYN, RACHEL
MEZA, ENRIQUE
MEZA, GABRIELA
MEZA, JOSEPH
MEZO-TEPACH, ABEL
MHOON, CELIA
MIAO, YUOIN
MICHAUD, CHRISTINE L.
MICHELEK, DANIEL
MICKLE, STEVEN
MICROPOWER COMPUTER SYSTEMS, LTD.
MID AMERICA AUDIOLOGY GROUP
MID AMERICA ENERGY COMPANY
MID AMERICA RADIOLOGY
MID AMERICA RADIOLOGY
MID CENTRAL MEDICAL, INC. D/B/A AMERICAN MEDICAL SUPPLY & SERVICE CO.
MID ILLINOIS MECHANICAL SERVICES, INC.
MIDCOAST AVIATION
MID-CONTINENT UNIVERSITY
MIDDLECOAT, BRENDA C.
MIDDLECOAT, NEIL G.
MIDDLETON, SHAMIKA & PHILLIPS, CHRISTOPHER A., SR.
MIDLAND AREA AGENCY ON AGING
MIDLOTHIAN, VILLAGE OF
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST EYE CENTER, SC.
MIDWEST EYE CENTER, SC.
MIDWEST MOVING & STORAGE, INC.
MIDWEST MOVING & STORAGE, INC.
MIDWEST MOVING & STORAGE, INC.
MIDWEST MOVING & STORAGE, INC.
MIDWEST OFFICE SUPPLY, LLC.
MIDWEST OFFICE SUPPLY, LLC.
MIDWEST OFFICE SUPPLY, LLC.
MIKEL, JAMES F., JR.
MILAN, JASPER J.
MILBURN, HEATHER
MILES, ROBERT
MILLAN, MICHAEL M.
MILLAN, OMAR
MILLER, ANITA
MILLER, ANNA S.
MILLER, CAROL A.
MILLER, CHANEL
MILLER, CHARLES
77 10CC1962
11CV1094
11CV1095
11CV1096
09CC2441
11CV3113
11CV3114
12CV3279
12CV0178
11CC0692
10CV4956
11CV3971
11CC2277
11CC3261
12CC0802
12CC0281
12CC0285
11CC2532
11CC3013
11CC3014
12CC0762
11CC1596
11CC1482
12CV2527
12CV3463
11CV3821
12CV0203
12CV2452
11CV4632
12CV1324
11CV5423
07CV3715
12CV1722
11CV5233
09CC2464
11CC3528
11CC1305
11CC1003
11CC2259
11CC2488
11CC0636
11CC1614
11CC2635
11CV2138
11CV2139
11CV5126
12CC2165
12CC1526
11CC0628
11CC3369
11CC3370
11CC3371
11CC3372
11CC3373
11CC3374
11CC3400
11CC3401
11CC3402
11CC3403
11CC3404
11CC3405
11CC3127
11CC3436
11CC2990
12CC0641
12CC0642
12CC0643
12CC0175
12CC2518
12CC2519
11CC3964
12CV1895
11CV1206
12CV2177
11CC2908
11CV1405
11CV2012
11CC2741
11CC0935
10CV3886
11CC3838
MILLER, CHARMAINE
MILLER, CLARICE
MILLER, DALE
MILLER, DEVIN
MILLER, DONALD A.
MILLER, EFFIE
MILLER GILLESPIE, GENIE
MILLER, HEPHZIBAH
MILLER, HETTIE
MILLER, JASON
MILLER, JENNIFER N.
MILLER, JEREMIAH M.
MILLER, JOHN
MILLER, KEITH
MILLER, KRISTA N.
MILLER, LARRY R.
MILLER, MARIA
MILLER, MARNESSA
MILLER, PAMELA
MILLER, PETER
MILLER, ROBERT
MILLER, SHARONE
MILLER, SHEENA L.
MILLER, WESLEY
MILLER, WESLEY
MILLION, MICHELE A.
MILLMAN, INC.
MILLS, LYDIA S.
MILLS, MASON T.
MILLY, JEAN
MIMS, BEVERLY
MIMS, GERALDINE
MIMS, MARJORIE J.
MINCEY, MICHELLE
MINCEY, MICHELLE
MINNICK, MICHELLE
MINOR, ANDREW
MIRELEZ, MARISELA
MIRON, CORNELIU
MISERICORDIA HOME
MISHER, PEGGY
MISTER BATTERY, INC.
MISTER, EBONY
MITCHELL, ALICIA
MITCHELL, ANDREA
MITCHELL, ANGELA D.
MITCHELL, ANTHONY
MITCHELL, ARTHUR
MITCHELL, AWANDA
MITCHELL, CHRISTINA & WALKER, MARGARET
MITCHELL, DIJON
MITCHELL, EDMUND
MITCHELL, GENTILA
MITCHELL, GENTILA
MITCHELL, GWENDOLYN A.
MITCHELL, ISAIAH
MITCHELL, JAMIN
MITCHELL, KEVIN
MITCHELL, KEVIN
MITCHELL, KIARA J.
MITCHELL, MARLIN L.
MITCHELL, NOLAN
MITCHELL, PATRICIA
MITCHELL, PIERRE
MITCHELL, SHANTELL, MINOR BY HER NEXT FRIEND, CARRIE EILAND
MITCHELL, WILLIE J.
MIXON, CALVETTE WALKER
MIXON, TREMAINE A.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
MLEKUSH, JOEL
MLEKUSH-PRESLEY, CHRISTINE & WESTERFER, VICTORIA
78 11CV5311
11CV4603
03CC2347
12CV3009
11CC2771
11CV2931
12CC0371
11CC1601
11CV1078
12CV0444
12CC1238
12CV1058
10CV5484
11CV3877
10CV5406
11CV2660
11CC3999
11CV3917
12CC0098
11CV4272
11CV1208
12CV2473
11CC2554
11CV2703
11CV4604
10CV3694
12CC1729
11CC4135
12CV0179
11CV4821
12CC2355
11CV4658
12CV0304
11CV4015
11CV4581
11CV2972
12CV1599
09CC2368
12CV2740
12CC0208
11CC3953
12CC2410
12CV1776
11CV3058
11CV4723
12CC0785
11CV3355
08CC2165
11CV3397
10CV5176
10CV4728
11CV3572
11CV2612
11CV2613
11CV4392
11CV4372
11CV4493
12CV1402
12CV2215
11CV2753
12CV2075
10CV1877
11CV3573
11CV3264
03CC0874
11CV1924
10CV3887
10CV5336
11CC2750
11CC2751
11CC2752
11CC2753
11CC2754
11CC2755
11CC2757
11CC2759
11CC2831
11CC3771
12CC1812
12CV2088
10CV3206
MOAT, WILLIAM
MOBLEY, AUDTRIE
MOBLEY, NICOLAS
MOCOGNI, MEGHAN C.
MOCORRO, TRACY
MOFFAT, SEAN
MOJICA, NILSA
MOJICA, YULIZET
MOLINAR, JOHN M.
MOLINE DISPATCH PUBLISHING COMPANY, LLC.
MOLLOHAN, WILLIAM H., III
MONARCH CONSTITUENT SERVICES
MONARCH CONSTITUENT SERVICES
MONARCH CONSTITUENT SERVICES
MONARCH CONSTITUENT SERVICES
MONEYHAM, PIERRE
MONKEN DODGE
MONKEN DODGE
MONKEN DODGE
MONKEN DODGE
MONREAL, JESUS
MONREAL, JESUS
MONROY, GLORIA
MONSANTO, VICTOR
MONTEJANO, BIANCA
MONTENEGRO, NICOLAS
MONTERO, OSCAR
MONTESSORI ACADEMY & ASSOC., INC.
MONTGOMERY, BARBARA
MONTGOMERY, BRIAN
MONTGOMERY, BRIGITTE
MONTGOMERY, BRIGITTE
MONTGOMERY, BRIGITTE
MONTGOMERY COUNTY TREASURER
MONTGOMERY, DOMINIQUE
MONTGOMERY, JAMES D.
MONTGOMERY, MARTELL
MONTGOMERY, TASHA
MONTICELLO, KEIYA
MONTIEL, RUBEN
MONTOYA, CATARINO
MONTRY, DANA
MOONEY, ROBIN L.
MOORE, ALFONZO
MOORE, ALLEN
MOORE, AMARRO
MOORE, AMY ELIZABETH
MOORE, ANTHONY
MOORE, ARLENE
MOORE, ARLENE
MOORE, BRIEN K.
MOORE, BRODERICK
MOORE, DERRICK
MOORE, GRADY
MOORE, HOLLY
MOORE, JAMES
MOORE, JOSEPH
MOORE, LATOYA
MOORE, MATTIE
MOORE, MICHAEL J.
MOORE, ORLANDO
MOORE, RONDELL J.
MOORE, RUTH A.
MOORE, RUTH A.
MOORE, RUTH A.
MOORE, SAMANTHA A.
MOORE, SAMANTHA A.
MOORE, SIDNEY
MOORE, TIANA
MOORE, TIMMIE
MOORE, VERONICA
MOORE, VERONICA
MOORE, VICKI L.
MOORMAN, DOUGLAS
MORA, ANGELICA M.
MORA, ELVIRA
MORA, ERICK
MORA, MARTHA
MORA, PEDRO
MORADEL, KARLA
MORALES, CARLOS
12CV3144
11CV5250
11CV5251
11CV3800
11CV3477
12CV0482
12CV1633
10CV5670
12CV2216
12CC2687
10CV1270
12CC2011
12CC2012
12CC2013
12CC2014
10CV4780
11CC0762
11CC0763
11CC0764
11CC0765
11CV2725
11CV5128
12CV0707
12CV1009
11CV5105
11CV0439
11CV2226
12CC2345
12CV0151
11CV4974
12CV0255
12CV0256
12CV0257
10CC0636
11CV5519
10CV3697
10CC3200
11CV2614
09CV5158
93CV1712
12CV0597
12CC2111
11CV4273
12CV0830
12CV1990
12CV1368
11CV5424
10CV5547
12CV0067
12CV2926
11CV5312
12CV3184
12CV1530
12CV0689
10CV4387
12CV1223
11CV2988
12CV1805
10CV4685
11CV5206
11CV2562
11CV5254
11CV3039
11CV4605
12CV2506
11CV3245
11CV4912
11CV2661
12CV3210
11CV3574
12CV1855
12CV2871
11CV0056
12CV1447
12CV1059
11CV5520
11CV4411
12CV1161
12CV0956
12CV1010
12CV1403
79 MORALES, DANIEL & MORALES, MELANIE
MORALES, DENISA
MORALES GARCIA, MIGUEL
MORALES, MIGUEL A.
MORALES, NELSON
MORALES, ROBERTO
MORALES RODRIGUEZ, GREGORIO
MORALES-MORCANO, JULIO
MORAN, DEBRA C.
MORAN GRAPHICS, INC. D/B/A ALPHA GRAPHICS
MORAN GRAPHICS, INC. D/B/A ALPHA GRAPHICS
MOREAU, SANDRA K.
MOREL, LEGRONE A.
MORELAND, MICHAEL
MOREN, AMANDA
MOREN, AMANDA
MORENO, EMMA
MORENO, ERICK
MORENO, FERNANDO
MORENO, HOMER
MORENO, HOMER
MORENO, MICHAEL
MORENO-SAAVEDRA, HECTOR
MORGAN, ANDRE
MORGAN, KRISTI
MORGAN, LARRY
MORGAN, LEONARD J.
MORGAN, RONNIE
MORGAN, TONY, SR. & BURNS, DEISERRE
MORNING, TRACY, SR.
MORRIS, ANNETTE
MORRIS, CHRISTINE L.
MORRIS, CHRISTOPHER M.
MORRIS, ELBERT
MORRIS, FREDDRICK
MORRIS, HASKET
MORRIS, JAMES
MORRIS, KEITH
MORRIS, MEGHAN E.
MORRIS, SUSAN
MORRISON AUTO SUPPLY
MORROW, MILLARD
MORSE, CRAIG S.
MORTON, EDWARD
MORTON, GERALD A.
MORTON, SHARON M.
MOSBY, ROBERT
MOSCARDELLI, DOMINICK P.
MOSEBERRY, MICHAEL
MOSES, FORLANDO
MOSLEY, CLARETHA
MOSLEY, HENRENE
MOSLEY, JACQUELINE
MOSLEY, JEROME
MOSS, DERRICK
MOSS, JOHN
MOSS, WILLIAM HAYES, SR.
MOTHERSILL, ADERON
MOTLEY, ANTHONY
MOTOROLA, INC.
MOTOROLA, INC.
MOTOROLA, INC.
MOTOROLA, INC.
MOTOROLA, INC.
MOTOROLA, INC.
MOTOROLA, INC.
MOUNT ST. JOSEPH
MOUNT, VERNICA
MOUZAI, HAMID
MOYNIHAN, COLIN J.
MPH INDUSTRIES, INC.
MROCZEK, ANNA
MT. HOPE CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
MT. HOPE CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
MUELLER, MIKE & KIM
MUHAMMAD, JABARI
MUHAMMAD, LA RAD
MUHAMMAD, MARY
MUHAMMAD-ALI, SOLOMON
MULLEN, IRVIN
MULLENS, AUVON
98CV1492
12CV1965
12CV0528
11CV3329
11CV4858
12CV0152
08CV5035
11CV5441
11CC3901
11CC3427
12CC0460
09CV6456
12CV0045
11CV3040
12CC0044
12CC0045
12CV0305
11CV4929
11CV4223
11CV3849
12CV3759
11CV3591
11CV3776
11CV4606
11CV4127
12CV2507
12CV1821
12CV1822
12CV0138
12CV0354
11CC1711
05CV5082
09CC2949
12CV0556
12CV0976
11CV3777
11CV2932
12CV1060
11CV3059
11CC2967
10CC3796
10CV1431
11CV2376
11CV3299
12CV1939
12CV1940
12CV0666
11CV2808
12CV1327
11CV3115
11CV2754
11CV4607
12CV1061
11CV4339
11CV4705
10CV3584
11CC2286
12CV0180
12CV3434
09CC1302
11CC3967
11CC3979
11CC4114
11CC4115
12CC0428
12CC2327
12CC0019
11CV0441
10CV4713
11CV5313
11CC3527
11CV2141
08CC2229
09CC1840
10CC2612
12CV0929
11CV1553
12CV1011
11CV5252
12CV0483
12CV2047
80 MULLER, SUSAN L.
MULLIGAN, JAMIE
MULLNS, DARIUS
MULTICULTURAL COMMUNITY CENTER
MULTNOMAH EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT
MULUMBA, CHANTAL
MUMIN, DUKHAN
MUNASSAR, JAMIE L.
MUNCH, ERIK C.
MUNDEE, BRIAN M.
MUNDT, GUS
MUNNERLYN, TRAVIS
MUNOZ, JOANNA
MUNOZ, JOSE C.
MUNOZ, JUAN M.
MUNOZ, JULIUS O.
MUNOZ, VICTOR
MURARSHEED, XAVIER K. K.
MURCHINSON, DEMETRIUS
MURDOCK, LIONEL
MURFF, CRYSTAL
MURILLO, DAVID
MURILLO, ROBERTO
MURPHY & MILLER, INC.
MURPHY, ALVIN
MURPHY, BRENDA F.
MURPHY, JOSE A.
MURPHY, PATRICIA
MURPHY, PETER J.
MURPHY, SANDRA G.
MURPHY, TRAVIS
MURPHY, WILLIAM E.
MURPHY, WILLIAM, III
MURPHY-CAZARES, JENNIFER
MURPHY-CAZARES, JENNIFER
MURPHY-CAZARES, JENNIFER
MURPHY-CAZARES, JENNIFER & MURPHY, PETER J.
MURPHY-CAZARES, JENNIFER & MURPHY, PETER J.
MURRAY, ALEXANDER
MURRAY, ANTHONY
MURRAY, BARBARA
MURRAY, JAYVAN
MURRAY, JESSICA
MURRAY, KRYSTAL
MURRAY, SHAUNDRADIN, JR.
MURRAY, THOMAS D.
MURRAY, THOMAS D.
MUSKER, AARON M.
MUSSMAN'S BACK ACRES, INC.
MUSSMAN'S BACK ACRES, INC.
MUSSMAN'S BACK ACRES, INC.
MUSSON, MICHAEL E.
MYATT, CHADANA
MYERS & STAUFFER, LC.
MYERS, LISA
MYERS, LISA
MYERS, LISA
MYERS, LISA
MYERS, WILLIAM
MYLES, JEFFREY B., SR.
MYLES, KEITH A.
M3 MEDICAL MANAGEMENT
NA, IN SOOK
NAEEMULLAH, NASREEN
NAFIE, FAUD
NAGLE, NICHOLAS
NAGY, KATHRYN
NAILING-BRIDGEFORD, ALANDRIA
NAILOR, TERA Y.
NAKITTO, SCHOLASTICA M.
NAKITTO, SCHOLASTICA M.
NAKITTO, SCHOLASTICA M.
NAKITTO, SCHOLASTICA M.
NALEPKA, BRENDA
NALEPKA, BRENDA
NAMBO, FROYLAN
NANCE, ELLEAN
NANCE, FRED L., JR.
NANDI, CHANDANA
NAOUM, PHOEBE
NAPHCARE, INC.
11CV3998
11CV3999
11CV4516
11CC0982
12CC0361
11CV4185
07CC1391
11CC3892
12CV2909
12CV1474
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11CV2704
12CV2237
11CV3850
11CV3902
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09CV2994
11CV2143
11CV5221
11CV2309
11CV2563
11CV5253
12CV0667
12CC0561
10CV5070
10CV5486
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11CV4884
10CV3746
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11CV3643
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11CV3641
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11CV2662
10CV2231
11CV5106
11CV2538
12CV1117
11CV2310
11CC1378
11CC1384
12CV1991
11CC4056
11CC4105
11CC4106
11CC2885
12CV3211
11CC2018
11CV3778
11CV3779
11CV4633
11CV4634
11CV5207
11CV5033
11CV1209
11CC4102
12CV0753
10CV5808
12CV1240
12CV0978
11CV4608
10CV4686
11CV2989
11CC2898
11CC2899
11CC2900
11CC2901
06CV2190
06CV2192
11CV0617
09CC1936
07CC3511
12CC1897
11CV2144
12CC1093
81 NAPIER, ROBERT D.
NAPOLI, WM & BAUM, RONALD A. & BLANE, JACK B.& SZEWCZYK-CAMPBELL,
NAQUIN, MARSHA
NARANJO, ORENCIO
NASH, KYLE
NASH, LAURA
NASH, MICHAEL
NASHERT, WALT
NASMHPD RESEARCH INSTITUTE
NATHANIEL, KAITLIN S.
NATIONAL ABLE NETWORK, INC.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ATTORNEY GENERAL
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE DIRECTORS OF DEVEOPMENT
NATIONAL ECONOMIC RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, INC.
NATIONAL TEK SERVICES, INC.
NAUDEN, APRIL
NAUGLE, DELONTAE
NAVA, CHRISTOPHER
NAVA, DAVIEL
NAVA, ESTELA
NAVAREZ, JOSE L.
NAVARRETE, JORGE
NAVARRETE, LUIS
NAVARRO, GUADALUPE
NAVARRO, STEPHANIE R.
NAVE, DEBORAH J.
NAVES, J. INES
NAVICO, INC. D/B/A NAVY BRAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY
NAVICO, INC. D/B/A NAVY BRAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY
NAWOTKA, PAULINA
NEAL, CHERYL P.
NEAL TIRE & AUTO SERVICE
NEAL TIRE & AUTO SERVICE D/B/A TERRY WINN TIRE
NEAR THE PIER DEVELOPMENT
NEBRASKA BOOK COMPANY D/B/A THE ALAMO II
NEDVED, SPENCER
NEE, BRIDGET
NEGRETE, RAFAEL
NEHRING, JANET K.
NELLESSEN, LISA
NELLESSEN, LISA
NELSON, ARTHUR
NELSON, BYRON
NELSON, CHARLES
NELSON, LENORA
NELSON, LEVAT
NELSON, VANESSA
NELSON, VANESSA
NELSON, VANESSA
NELSON, WILLIAM F.
NELUMS, JOHN
NEMANI, SAJJAN K., M.D.
NEMANI, SAJJAN K., M.D.
NEMETH, ANTHONY
NEMETH, HEATHER
NEMTUSAK, BRIAN
NERECENA, SHERYL L.
NERI, RAUL
NERIA, DAVID
NESTLE USA, INC.
NETZNIK, JILL E.
NEUMAN, JAMES
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES, PC.
NEVARZ, MARCIAL
NEW HOPE CENTER, INC.
NEWINGHAM, RHONDA L.
NEWMAN, A. J. & NEWMAN, ALICE
NEWMAN, CHERI
NEWMAN, COREY
NEWMAN, DEBRA G.
NEWMAN, MAURICE
NEWMAN, ROSIE
NEWMAN, ROSIE
NEWMAN-SHANKLIN, TINA M.
NEWSON, MARGARET
NEWSON, RODNEY
NEWTON, GRACE A.
NEWTON, LOLA M.
NEWTON, SHILLA J.
NEXUS D/B/A INDIAN OAKS ACADEMY
NEXUS D/B/A INDIAN OAKS ACADEMY
82 11CV5378
02CC0546
12CV1118
11CV3189
12CC2123
11CV1813
11CV5144
12CV1856
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11CC3035
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11CC4004
12CV1329
12CV0089
12CV3010
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11CV0322
11CV4859
11CV2855
03CC4648
10CV5420
12CC1012
11CV1965
11CC1485
11CC2007
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11CC2384
12CC1660
11CC1404
11CC2679
10CC3885
11CV4517
07CV5070
11CV3822
11CV5407
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11CV4861
11CV5171
10CV3392
11CV4862
10CV5809
12CV0831
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11CV3699
11CV3700
10CC0629
11CV4476
10CC3367
11CC4033
11CV5275
11CV1749
11CV2564
12CV2089
12CV1533
11CV5208
11CC2273
11CV4494
11CV0864
10CC2808
12CV0046
11CC3908
12CV0204
03CV0357
11CC2179
11CV3918
11CV4822
11CV4373
11CV4724
11CV4725
11CV5408
12CV2510
11CV3218
12CC0528
12CV1941
11CV2014
10CC3695
11CC1084
NEYLAND, CYNTHIA
NGUYEN, OANH
NGUYEN, OANH
NICHOLS, DEMARCO
NICHOLS, LAWRENCE
NICHOLS, TERRY
NICKENS, DORTHA J.
NICKLAS, ALEXANDER
NICKOLS, MATTHEW C.
NICOLAY, GLENN
NICOR GAS
NICOR GAS
NICOR GAS
NICOR GAS
NIELSEN, LARRY
NIEMANN, JEFFREY K. & ELIZABETH A.
NIEVES, JOANNA
NIEWOLIK, ROBERT
NISSEN, KRISTINE L.
NIVINSKI, JEAN
NIX, DARLENE K.
NIX, DARLENE K.
NIXON, PATRICIA
NIXON, THOMAS W.
NIXON, VALERIE D.
N.J.N. DEVELOPMENT, LLC.
NKUMEH, NNENNAYA
NOAIMAN, SALWA H.
NOBEL EDUCATION DYNAMICS
NOBEL EDUCATION DYNAMICS
NOBLE, DAN
NOBLE, STEVEN
NOBLES, ANTWOINE
NOLAN, BRYAN
NOLASCO, NESTOR I.
NOLTE, BLANCA
NONATO, MARIANO
NOON, JAWAD
NOONAN TRUE VALUE HARDWARE
NORDMEYER, ABBEY
NORDSTROM, MICHAEL T.
NORMAL PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT
NORMAN, TRAVIS
NORMAND, BEVERLY A.
NORRIS, DEDRICK D.
NORTH CENTRAL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEMS, INC.
NORTH GREENE UNIT DISTRICT NO. 3
NORTH LAWNDALE EMPLOYMENT NETWORK
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
NORTHERN ILLINOIS SCANNING
NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, BOARD OF TRUSTEES
NORTHERN TRUST COMPANY OF CONNECTICUT
NORTHERN TRUST COMPANY OF CONNECTICUT
NORTHON, ASHLEY V.
THE NORTHRIDGE GROUP, INC.
NORTHRUP, MARSHA V.
NORTHSHORE SENIOR CENTER
NORTHSIDE COMMUNITY BANK
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NORTHWEST HOME CARE, INC.
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NORTHWEST HOWE CARE, INC.
NORTHWEST SPECIAL RECREATION ASSOCIATION
NORTHWEST TREATMENT ASSOCIATES, INC.
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
NOVACK & MACEY, LLP.
NOVOTNY SALES, INC.
NOWAK, VICTORIA
NOWLAN, SHAWN
NOWLIN, SANDRA
NUMBERS AUTOMATION
NUNN, EDNA E.
NUNNALLY, JAMES
NUNNALLY, KENNETH
NYBERG, PETER
NYMAN, SARAH
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OAK PARK, VILLAGE OF
OAK PARK, VILLAGE OF
OBERSCHELP, RODNEY
OBISPO, LUIS
OBREGON, DANIEL
O'BRIEN, DAVID
O'BRIEN, ERIN
O'BRIEN, SHEILA M.
OBRZUT, RONALD
OCAMPO, MARIA
OCAMPO, OSCAR
OCAMPO, VICTORIA
OCASIO, ADAM E.
OCE IMAGISTICS
OCE IMAGISTICS
OCE IMAGISTICS
OCE IMAGISTICS
OCE IMAGISTICS
OCE IMAGISTICS
OCENAR, QUIRINO
O'CONNELL, MARY
O'CONNELL, MARY
O'CONNOR, AARON
O'CONNOR, TAMI L.
ODEN, MYRA
ODEN, MYRA
ODRZYWOLSKA, BARBARA
ODUM, LAVON
OFFICE DEPOT
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OFFICE HQ, INC.
OFORI, NIMAKO K.
OGUNLARI, BRYAN
O'HARE TOWING
OHIO RIVER YOUTH SERVICE NETWORK, INC.
OIJ, ERIC A.
OJEDA, CRISTIAN
OJEDA, MARIA
OLARTE, JAVIER A.
OLAWOLE, IFEDAYO
THE OLDHAM GROUP
THE OLDHAM GROUP
OLIFF, CHAD
OLIPHANT, SCOTT
OLIVA, ALAN P., SR.
OLIVAS, AUDON
OLIVEIRA, ANGELA
OLIVER ARLEAN
OLIVER, HAROLD
OLIVER, HAROLD
OLIVER, HAROLD
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OLIVER, JOHN
OLIVER, NEWTON
OLIVERA, CARLOS
OLMOS, ESTHER
OLNEY DAILY MAIL
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84 OLSEN, EDWARD G.
OLZEN, JOHN
OMANN, TRACEY
OMAR, BASHIR
O'MEARA, MELISSA
OMOJUWA, ABIODUN
ON CALL MEDICAL SOLUTIONS
ONE HOPE UNITED
ONE HOPE UNITED
ONE HOPE UNITED
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ONE HOPE UNITED
ONE HOPE UNITED-NORTHERN REGION
O'NEAL, BLAKE
OPALKA, KEVIN M.
OPERATION SNOWBALL, INC.
OPTIONS COUNSELING SERVICES
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
ORAZCO, JOSE
ORDONEZ, JULIA
ORELLANA, EDDY R.
ORES, STEPHEN
ORGAN, BRANDI
ORGAN, BRANDI
ORIZABA, ADELINA
ORLOWSKI, ROBERT
ORMOND, JACOB R.
ORNELAS, JOSE J.
ORNELAS, ROBERTO
OROZCO, JOHN
OROZCO, JOSE V.
OROZCO, MANUELA
ORR, DERRICK & HARRIS, ZANDRA J.
ORRO, NORMA
ORTEGA, ARMANDO
ORTEGA, BONI
ORTEGA, CARMEN
ORTEGA, LOURDES
ORTEGA, MARISSA
ORTEGA, MARY
ORTEGA, MARY
ORTEGA, OSCAR
ORTHOPEDIC CENTER OF ILLINOIS
ORTIZ, ALAJANDRO
ORTIZ, ANA LAURA
ORTIZ, FERNANDO
ORTIZ, FRANCELIA
ORTIZ, FRANCELIA
ORTIZ, HILDA
ORTIZ, JUAN A.
ORTIZ, MARCELO
ORTIZ, MARIO
ORTIZ, OMAR
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ORTIZ, VICTOR HUGO
ORTIZ-RAMIREZ, ELIZABETH A.
ORTON, RACHEL
OSF HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS D/B/A ST. FRANCIS MEDICAL CENTER
OSF HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS D/B/A ST. FRANCIS MEDICAL CENTER
OSHO, ELINA
OSHODI, KHAFILU M.
OSORIO, ALEXANDER, MINOR BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, JOHNNY DELGADO
OSORIO, JONATHAN, MINOR BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, JOHNNY DELGADO
OSTERBERG, SKYLAR
OSZAKEWSKI, LAURIE B.
OULLETTE, MICHELLE A.
OUR LADY OF MT. CARMEL
OUR LADY OF RESURRECTION MEDICAL CENTER
OUSLEY, ARETHA
OUTLAW, YOLANDA
OVERDORF, TYLER L.
OVERHEUL, CRAIG
OVERTURF, NORMAN
OWENS, BIANCA
OWENS, BRANDON
OWENS, CALVIN
OWENS, CATHOLLENE
OWENS, DEBRA
OWENS, ERIC
OWENS, JILL
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OWENS, JOHN
OWENS, RONALD
OWENS, RONALD & ROGERS, ANGEL
OWENS, YUSEF
OYEDOKUN, TOBI
OZMENT, MATTHEW
P & G MACHINE & TOOL
PABST, IRENE L.
PACE SUBURBAN BUS
PACER
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PACK-RIDDLE, MARY
PACK-RIDDLE, MARY
PADILLA, ANGEL
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PAGE, LARRY
PAGSANJAN, ALVIN O.
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PARADA, SILVIA
PARAGON DEVELOPMENT SYSTEMS, INC.
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PATEL, GHANSHYAMBHAI G.
PATEL, KAUSHIK C.
PATINO, ALVARO
PATINO, ALVARO
PATINO, ISABEL
PATINO-CRISOSTOMO, MARGARITA
PATRICK, DAVID A.
PATTEN INDUSTRIES, INC.
PATTEN INDUSTRIES, INC.
PATTEN, RAPHAEL
PATTERSON, ALKEFE
PATTERSON, ANTOINE D.
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PATTERSON, CHATORRI L. S.
PATTERSON COMMERCIAL FLOORING, INC.
PATTERSON, CYNTHIA
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THE PAVILLION FOUNDATION
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PBS LEARNING INSTITUTE, INC.
PC CONNECTION, INC.
PDC LABORATORIES, INC.
PDC LABORATORIES, INC.
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PENCO PRODUCTS, INC.
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PEORIA ASSOCIATION OF RETARDED CITIZENS, INC.
PEORIA ASSOCIATION OF RETARDED CITIZENS, INC.
PEORIA, CITY OF
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PEORIA COUNTY HEALTH DEPT
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PEORIA COUNTY HEALTH DEPT
PEORIA FLAG & DECORATING COMPANY, INC.
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PERISCOPE HOLDINGS, INC.
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PERPETUAL STORAGE, INC.
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PERRY COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
PERRY, ERVIN
PERRY WINKLE HOSPITALITY, INC. D/B/A COMFORT SUITES JEFFERSON CITY
PERRY WINKLE HOSPITALITY, INC. D/B/A COMFORT SUITES JEFFERSON CITY
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PERSONAL CARE INSURANCE OF ILLINOIS
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PETERS HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
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PETERS, MARK
PETERSBURG PLUMBING & HEATING COMPANY
PETERSEN, BRIAN J.
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PETERSON, RONNIE & BOYD, JOYCE
PETERSON, STACEY, MINOR BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, CAROL CROTTY
PETERSON, TAMI
PETRASKY, BETH
PETSOS, ADAM
PETTERSON, TRACY
PETTIGREW, ROBIN
PETTIYJOHN, KATHLEEN E.
PHELPS, LADONNA
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PHILLIPS, BERNARD
PHILLIPS, CHRISTOPHER A., SR.
PHILLIPS, DEANDRE
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PHILLIPS, KAREN
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PHILLIPS, NICHOLAS T.
PHILLIPS, ROBERT J.
PHIPPS, GUY A.
PHYSICIAN SURGERY CENTER
PHYSICIANS RECORD COMPANY
PIAT, JESSE
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PIATT COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
PICCO, JOHN T.
PICHON, JESSICA
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PICKETT, JEREMY
PICKETT, LARRY
PICON, ROSA
PICOU, MARK E.
PIERSON, TIA D.
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PIKE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
PIKESLEY, MARK R.
PILGER, RICHARD P.
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PING, MEGAN, MINOR BY HER NEXT FRIEND, SUSAN PING
PINKARD, JOHN
PINKSTON, CHARLES L., JR.
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PINNACLE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP D/B/A HILTON SPRINGFIELD
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PINNICK, LONNIE M., JR.
PIRELA, EDWIN M.
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PISTERZI, ALEXANDRA M.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
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PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
PITTMAN, DOVONTA
PITTMAN, KEJOHNNA, MINOR BY HER NEXT FRIEND, BARBARA PITTMAN
PITTMAN, YOLANDA
PITTS, ANGELA
PITTS, LAURA
PITTS, THOMAS L.
PIZANO, WENDY
PIZARRO, ANTHONY
PK DOWNTOWN, LLC.
PLANE, JERMAINE
PLANO, CITY OF
PLATTNER ORTHOPEDIC COMPANY
PLAZAS, CARLOS A., PH.D.
PLEASANT, DARIUS
PLESKOVITCH, NICOLE
PLOTT, SHEILA K.
PLOWMAN, CARLA
PLUMLEY, WILLIAM O.
PLUSHKIS, GLORIA
PLUSHKIS, GLORIA
PLYMOUTH PLACE, INC.
PNC BANK
POCIUS, PAULA
PODKULSKI, STEVE
THE POINT GROUP, LLC.
POLACHECK, STEFANIE
POLAND, JAROD D.
POLGAR, JACQUELINE
POLICANDRIOTES, TOD
POLINSKA, MALGORZATA
POLIQUIN, LEON
POLK, CLAREACE
POLK, LATONYA
POLK, SHERRY
POLLASTRINI, LAURA M.
POLLY, MARGIE
POMP'S TIRE SERVICE, INC.
PONCER DEMICHAEL, PAULA
PONTIAC, CITY OF
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POORE, ROBIN
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PORTE, RASHAWN
PORTER, DEVON
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PORTER, STEVEN A.
PORTER, TARISHA
PORTER, TERRELL
PORTER, TOMMIE L.
PORTER, XAVIER
PORTER-LILLY, MARISSA
PORTILLO, SERGIO
PORTWOOD, KENARD
POSTLEWAIT, JANE M.
POSTLEWAIT, JANE M.
POSTLEWAIT, JANE M.
POTOCKI, BRETT
POTTER, LUCAS J.
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POUNDER, LISA
POWELL, ANDRE
POWELL, JOSHUA
POWELL, MARTIONE
POWELL, NEDRA
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POWELL, PIERCE D.
POWELL, WILL R.
POWER, DANA
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POWYSZYNSKI, JOSEPH
PPG ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES, INC.
PRAIRIE CARDIOVASCULAR CONSULTANTS
PRAIRIE CARDIOVASCULAR CONSULTANTS
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QUEST DIAGNOSTIC CLINICAL LABORATORIES, INC.
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RAMOS, EDUARDO
RAMOS, KARLA
RAMOS, ZOILA
RAMP, WILLIAM D.
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RANCE, DEBORAH A.
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RANDALL, SHAYLA
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RANGEL, JOSE A. & MEDINA, GUADALUPE
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RANGEL, ROSA
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RAO UPPULURI, M.D. S.C.
RAQUEL, STEVEN
RASCON, MATTHEW J.
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RATLIFF, PHYLLIS
RATLIFF, PHYLLIS
RATTLER, HERMAN
RATTLER, HERMAN
RATTS, AMANDA LYNN
RATYNIAK, SLAWOMIR
RAVELLETTE, SHARON
RAVELLETTE, SHARON
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RAWLINGS, KEZIA
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RAY ALDERMAN & SONS, INC.
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RECORDS SYSTEMS, INC.
REDCLIFF, ANNA
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RELIFORD, ANGEL
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REMTER, ERIC SCOT
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RENACER LATINO, INC.
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RESOURCE ONE OF ILLINOIS, LTD.
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R.J. DALE ADVERTISING & PUBLIC RELATIONS
RK DIXON COMPANY
ROACH, ISAAC
ROAN, SAMUEL
ROBBINS, CHARLES E. & MANSION VIEW, LLC.
ROBBINS, CHARLES E. & MANSION VIEW, LLC.
ROBELO, ALFREDO
ROBERSON, BEVERLY
ROBERSON, BEVERLY
ROBERSON, ROBERT
ROBERSON, ROBERT
ROBERSON, SANDRA S.
ROBERSON, WILLIE
ROBERT GILL & COMPANY, INC.
ROBERT, PAUL, JR.
ROBERT YOUNG CENTER
ROBERT YOUNG CENTER
ROBERT YOUNG CENTER
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11CC0531
12CC1494
12CV0030
10CC0077
09CC2066
09CC2067
09CC2342
09CC2343
11CC0607
11CV4455
10CV4559
11CC1889
11CC2574
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11CV5111
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11CC1636
10CV3778
11CC2687
11CC2692
11CC2694
95 ROBERTS, CHEVARRIE
ROBERTS, PAMELA J. & JOHNSON, TAFFINISHA
ROBERTSON, ANTHONY
ROBERTSON, BRITTANY A.
ROBERTSON, LITESHIA
ROBERTSON, LITESHIA
ROBERTSON, MARLON
ROBERTSON, MONIQUIE S.
ROBERTSON, TERRY
ROBESON, LANAE
ROBEY, ASHLEY
ROBINSON, AISHA P.
ROBINSON, ALZA LEE
ROBINSON, ANTHONY
ROBINSON, ARTHUR
ROBINSON, BRITTNEY
ROBINSON, CHERYL F.
ROBINSON, CINDA & JONES, REBECCA
ROBINSON, DAMIEN
ROBINSON, DARYAL
ROBINSON, FRED
ROBINSON, HARVEY
ROBINSON, HARVEY
ROBINSON, JAMES M.
ROBINSON, JERMAINE
ROBINSON, KATHERINE
ROBINSON, KEVIN D.
ROBINSON, LAMONDAY
ROBINSON, LE'A D.
ROBINSON, LINDA
ROBINSON, LISA
ROBINSON, NICHOLE J.
ROBINSON, NICHOLE J.
ROBINSON, NICOLE
ROBINSON, NONA
ROBINSON, PATRICE C.
ROBINSON, PIERRE A.
ROBINSON, ROOSEVELT
ROBINSON, SHARON
ROBINSON, SHEILA
ROBINSON, SPENCER
ROBINSON, TYWIONE
ROBINSON, WILLIE
ROBINSON-BEY, LEON
ROBLES, JUAN
ROBLES, MARTA
ROCHA, MARIA JULISSA
ROCHA, TOMAS A.
ROCHE, ROGER
ROCHELLE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
ROCHELLE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
ROCK COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
ROCKER, DELORES
ROCKETT, BEN E., JR.
ROCKETT, CAMEO M.
ROCKETT, JUAN
ROCKETT, NATASHA
ROCKFORD HEALTH SYSTEM
ROCKFORD PUBLIC SCHOOL #205
RODGERS, APRIL
RODGERS, EARTHA
RODGERS, KEYANTAE
RODGERS, LORENZO, JR.
RODGERS, REGINALD, JR.
RODGERS, TYRA T.
RODIA, MARK
RODRIGUEZ, ADAM
RODRIGUEZ, ALEXIS
RODRIGUEZ, ANDRES
RODRIGUEZ, ANGEL
RODRIGUEZ, ANTHONY
RODRIGUEZ, APOLONIO
RODRIGUEZ, CARMEN D.
RODRIGUEZ, ELIAS
RODRIGUEZ, ELISSA J.
RODRIGUEZ, EMMANUEL
RODRIGUEZ, GLORIA M.
RODRIGUEZ GOMEZ, ANGEL
RODRIGUEZ, GREGORY
RODRIGUEZ, HUGO
RODRIGUEZ, JAIME
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96 RODRIGUEZ, JEFFREY
RODRIGUEZ, JESUS
RODRIGUEZ, JOHN F.
RODRIGUEZ, JOSE
RODRIGUEZ, JOSEPH
RODRIGUEZ, JUAN
RODRIGUEZ, JUAN
RODRIGUEZ, JUAN A.
RODRIGUEZ, JUAN A.
RODRIGUEZ, JUAN J.
RODRIGUEZ, JUAN M.
RODRIGUEZ, LORENA
RODRIGUEZ, LORI
RODRIGUEZ, LORI
RODRIGUEZ, MANUEL
RODRIGUEZ, MARIA
RODRIGUEZ, RAPHAEL
RODRIGUEZ, ROSA
RODRIGUEZ, RUBEN
RODRIGUEZ, WANDA D.
RODRIQUEZ, LORI
ROEPSCH, LOUIS S.
ROGEL, BERTIN
ROGERS, ANTHONY
ROGERS, ANTHONY
ROGERS, DERRICK
ROGERS, DEVONJA A.
ROGERS, MARCAE D.
ROGERS, MARK
ROGERS, MATTHEW J.
ROGERS, MICHAEL
ROGERS, MICHELLE
ROGERS, PHILIPPE
ROGERS, SERRETTA
ROGY'S GINGERBREAD HOUSE, INC.
ROHL, SCOTT P.
ROHLFING, SHERRY L.
ROHMAN, JARED
ROHRER, SHANE A.
ROJAS, DIGNA
ROJAS, RAFAEL
ROJAS, SALVADOR
ROJAS, SARAH
ROJO, ERICK
ROLAND, KRISS
ROLDAN, MANUEL
ROLLER, SUSANA M.
ROLLER, SUSANA M.
ROLLING, TYRESE
ROLLINS, BEVERLY & JIMMY
ROLLINS, SUNRA
ROMAN, ARTURO
ROMAN, DEMETRIO
ROMAN, GIBRHANN
ROMAN, JOSE
ROMAN, MARIA T.
ROMERO, JOSE G.
ROMERO, MILDRED & PAGAN, ANGELINA
ROMERO, RAYMUNDO
RON TIRAPELLI FORD
ROPER, THERESA M.
ROSADO, CANDACE
ROSALES, JESSICA
ROSARIO, ALEXANDER
ROSARIO, JOSEPH
ROSAS GONZALEZ, DAVID
ROSE, BROCK F.
ROSE, KEVIN
ROSENE, MICHAEL J.
ROSINSKI, MARY
ROSS, ANITA
ROSS, ANTHONY
ROSS, BARBARA
ROSS, CARMENNETT
ROSS, IVAN D.
ROSS, JENNIFER
ROSS, MARCUS
ROSS, MELINDA
ROSS, MICHAEL
ROSS, STEVEN O.
ROSS, TOMMY
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97 ROTTER, PETER J.
ROUSSEAU, JAZMINE
ROUTSON, LAURIE
ROUTT, GREGORY
ROVER, FELICIA
ROW, MARCUS A.
ROW, MICHAEL
ROWE, EBONIE
ROWE, WESLEY
ROWE, WILLIAM R.
ROWLETTE, PABLO M.
ROWLEY, GARY N.
ROY WALKER COMMUNICATIONS, INC.
ROYAL CLEANING
ROYAL, SHREE
ROY'S PAVING & SEALCOATING COMPANY
ROZCO LANDSCAPING COMPANY
ROZCO LANDSCAPING COMPANY
ROZCO LANDSCAPING COMPANY
ROZEK, DONNA
ROZIER, CELESTE
RTD MOTORSPORTS
RUBIN, SUZANNE
RUBIO, DOUGLAS
RUBIO, LIZZETTE
RUCKER, SHARON L.
RUCKER, THERESA
RUDOLPH, HARRY
RUEBE, ANN
RUEHL, DANIELLE
RUFFIN, QUASHAWN
RUFUS, CALVIN
RUGE, DONNA
RUGGIERO, JUSTIN
RUHL, RONALD
RUIZ ACOSTA, SERVANDO D.
RUIZ, ALBERTO
RUIZ, CLAUDIA G.
RUIZ GARCIA, JESUS
RUIZ GARCIA, JESUS
RUIZ GARCIA, JESUS
RUIZ, JAHAIRA
RUIZ, JAHAIRA
RUIZ, JUAN CARLOS
RUIZ, MARILYN
RUIZ, MONICA
RUIZ, MONICA
RUIZ, ROGELIO
RUIZ-SANCHEZ, ERNESTO
RUMER, DAVID L.
RURAL ELECTRIC CONVENIENCE COOPERATIVE COMPANY
RUSH, CHARLES
RUSH, POLLOCK G.
RUSH, POLLOCK G.
RUSHING, ANTONIO
RUSHVILLE, CITY OF
RUSSELL, ALBERT G., JR.
RUSSELL, JOHNETTA
RUSSELL, LINDA
RUSSELL, MICKEY
RUSSELL, MICKEY
RUSSELL, SANDRA
RUSSO, ANTHONY T.
RUSSO, KAREN J.
RUSSOTTO, KARIE
RUSTY'S HOME CENTER, INC.
RUTHERFORD, KATHERINE
RUTHERFORD, LANDON HOLLINS, MINOR BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, MARY GAINES
RUTZ, CHRISTOPHER
RUTZ, TRACY
R.V. CLARK D/B/A TAYLOR TRANSFER
R.V. EVANS COMPANY
RYAN, HANNELORE
RYAN, JOHN PATRICK
RYBAK, RICHARD M.
RYNDAK, PARKER
SAAVEDRA, ROGELIO
SABELLA, STEVEN
SABIN, JACQUELINE
SADOWSKY, DANIEL V., JR.
SAEZ, CHARLOTTE
98 11CV5412
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SAFE HARBOR FAMILY CRISIS CENTER
SAFERITE, SHARON
SAF-T-GARD
SAGE, MARIE
SAGE, MARIE
SAILES, TYSHANA
SAINT ANTHONY'S HEALTH CENTER
SAINT ANTHONY'S HEALTH CENTER
SAJNA, BASIA FAYE
SAKEEN, ARMMIA
SALAMAN, JOSE
SALAU, SIANT
SALAZAR, JESUS
SALAZAR, LOUISA
SALAZAR, RENE
SALAZAR, VALENTINA
SALAZAR, VALENTINA
SALDANA, JOSE
SALEH, TAYSEER
SALES, JORGE
SALGADO, EDUARDO
SALGADO, JONATHAN
SALGADO, JOSE
SALGADO, JOSE
SALGADO, MARIO
SALGADO, OSCAR M.
SALGADO, RAMON
SALGADO, RAQUEL
SALGADO, TAURINO
SALGADO, TOMAS
SALINAS, BRIANA
SALINAS, CHARLES
SALINAS, JUANITA
SALMAN, MOHAMED
SALMEN, KRISTINE
THE SALVATION ARMY DAY CAMP
SAMEN, COLLEEN M.
SAMPSON, KEEVUS
SAMPSON, NAKISHA
SAMPSON, NAKISHA
SAMS, MICHAEL T.
SAMS, RENEE
SAMUELIAN, SANDRA
SANCHEZ, ALEJANDRO
SANCHEZ, ALFONSO
SANCHEZ, ALICIA
SANCHEZ, CATALINA
SANCHEZ, CINDY
SANCHEZ, CINDY
SANCHEZ, EUSTOLIA
SANCHEZ, GABRIELA
SANCHEZ, GRISELDA
SANCHEZ, GRISELDA
SANCHEZ, JESUS
SANCHEZ, JOSE A., JR.
SANCHEZ, JOSE F.
SANCHEZ, JUAN
SANCHEZ, JUAN
SANCHEZ, NELIA
SANCHEZ, PEDRO
SANCHEZ, ROSALIA
SANCHEZ, ROSALIA
SANCHEZ, YESENIA
SANDERS, GLENDA A.
SANDERS, GLENDA R.
SANDERS, JEREMIAH
SANDERS, JESSE
SANDERS, KAY
SANDERS, LARRY
SANDERS, LATRICE
SANDERS, MAHLON
SANDERS, MARIANN & STEELE, KRYSTAL & ROGERS, JESSICA
SANDERS, OBBIE L.
SANDERS, OZELLA
SANDERS, PORSCHE
SANDERS, SHAYLA
SANDERS, TAWAN
SANDERS, VICTORIA M.
SANDOVAL, FRANCELIA
SANDOVAL, JAIME
SANDOVAL, MICHAEL A.
99 11CC2971
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SANDOVAL, RAUL
SANDRZYK, EUGENE
SANDS, LISA D.
SANFILIPO, JEFFREY
SANFILIPO, NICHOLAS
SANFORD, JAMES
SANFORD, JOHN L.
SANFORD, RECCA
SANFORD, WENDELL
SANGABRIEL, JOSE
SANGSTAR, MICHAEL D.
SANGSTER, CORY
SANGUAN SAPTHAVEE, M.D. S.C.
SANNER, KEITH
SANTA CRUZ, JULIO C.
SANTANA, ARTURO
SANTARELLI, SARAH
SANTIAGO, BENJAMIN
SANTIAGO, JESUS
SANTIAGO, MAURO
SANTIAGO, ROGER M.
SANTIAGO-KEENON, CARMEN
SANTILLANES, GERARDO
SANTILLIAN, ELIAS
SANTOS, JESUS
SANTOS, NEFTALI
SANTOS, RUBEN
SANTOYO, SANDRO
SARCO HYDRAULICS, INC.
SARDON, EDDIE
SARIC, CRYSTAL
SASS, MATTHEW
SATTERFIELD, ROBERT
SAUDERS, CHARLES W., JR.
SAVAGE, ANTOINE
SAVAGE, SHARON
SAVARIA, PIERRE
SAVOIE, JASON
SAWEIKIS, SEAN
SAWYER, THOMAS S.
SAX, RITA A.
SAX, RITA A.
SAX, RITA A.
SAYANI, SOPHIA
SAYLES, RICHARD
SCALES, MACK
SCALES MOUND FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
SCATES, LOLA
SCATES, TAMMY L.
SCBAS, INC.
SCHAFER, ALBERT
SCHELLING, TERRI
SCHEURING, JURG
SCHILLO, DAVID
SCHILTZ, DANIEL T.
SCHMIDT, CHRIS
SCHMIDT, TAMMY L.
SCHMITT, CARL
SCHNELL, DANIEL J.
SCHOFIELD, ALISON
SCHOOL SPECIALTY SCIENCE
SCHOOLER, DEBORAH
SCHOOLER, DEBORAH
SCHOOLMAN, COLE A.
SCHOONOVER, MEGAN
SCHOSSOW, SCOTT
SCHRANK, CRISTINA
SCHREK, ELIZABETH
SCHRINER, CLINT
SCHROEDER, GREGORY J.
SCHROEDER, MARY A.
SCHWAB, KAREN J.
SCHWANTERS, ALEXANDRIA
SCHWARTZ, STEVEN
SCHWARTZ, TERESE M.
SCHWARZLOSE, KIMBERLY
SCHWEIHS, KEVIN J.
SCHWENK, DAVID
SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
SCOTT, CARRIE A.
100 12CC0894
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SCOTT, DEAN
SCOTT, FRED W.
SCOTT, GLENDA
SCOTT, GLENDA
SCOTT, GLENN
SCOTT, JAMES R.
SCOTT, JOHNATHAN
SCOTT, KEJUAN
SCOTT, KEVIN
SCOTT, MARY P.
SCOTT, MARY P.
SCOTT, NICHOLAS
SCOTT R. QUINN & ASSOCIATES, LLC.
SCOTT, RHONDA
SCOTT, TIFFANY
SCOTT, TIFFANY N.
SCOTT, TIMOTHY L.
SCOTT, ULYSSES
SCOTT, WILLIE
SCOTT, WILLIE N.
SEAGO, LAURIE M.
SEALS, DISBY, III
SEANOR, NADIA
SEARCH DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
SEARCH DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
SEARS, SABRINA P.
SEARS, SABRINA P.
SEAY, IRA
SEAY, IRA
SEAY, TAMIKYO
SEFAH, YEBOAH B.
SEGGEBRUCH, ELIZABETH
SEGGSBRUCH, ELIZABETH
SEGHERS, PATRICIA, PH.D. LCSW
SEGUIN SERVICES, INC.
SEGUIN SERVICES, INC.
SEICO, INC.
SEICO, INC.
SEICO, INC.
SEICO, INC.
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SEMOPTICS, LTD.
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SEQUOIA CONSULTING GROUP
SEREETER, ERDENBILEG
SEROLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE
SERRANO, CYRUS
SERRANO, HORACIO
SERRANO, JOSE L.
SESHANDRI, MALATHI
SESHANDRI, MALATHI
SESSER AUTO BODY, INC.
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC.
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC.
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC.
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SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC.
SEWARD, JENNIFER
SEWARD, SOPHIA
SEXTON, JUDITH E.
SEXTON, WILLIAM J.
SHAFER, MITCHEL W.
SHAFFER, MATHEW T. R.
SHAFFER-HUDSON, GLORIA
SHAH, JIGAR
SHANKS, CATHERINE A.
SHANLEY, CAROLINE R.
SHANNON, ROBINETTA
SHAPIRO, ELYCE
SHAPIRO, JESSE
SHARA, MICHAEL H.
SHARIF, JACQUELINE
SHARMA, ADITYA
SHARP, KRISTINE
SHAVER, JESSICA
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101 SHAW, ATTINA DIONNE
SHAWNEE CORRECTIONAL CENTER INMATE TRUST FUND
SHAWNEE CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
SHAY, CHRISTIE L.
SHAZZAD, ARIF
SHCHYR, ULYANA
SHEALLY, WHITNEY T.
SHEALLY, WHITNEY T.
SHEAR, DENA
SHEAR, MICHAEL S.
SHEARCH DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
SHEARILL, BOBBY
SHEARS, HEATHER J.
SHEDRICK, DON, JR.
SHEEHAN & SHEEHAN, PC.
SHEETS, JAMES
SHEETS, JOHNATHAN, MINOR BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, PATRICIA SHEETS
SHEHADEH, JAMAL
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY, LADINE
SHELTON, DENETTA
SHELTON, ERNEST, MINOR BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, ELOISE STARKS
SHELTON, LYNNSEY
SHELTON, LYNNSEY
SHELTON, PATRICK
SHEMON, MICHAEL G.
SHEPPARD, QUSHANNA
SHERMAN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
SHERROD, PORTLAND D.
THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS COMPANY
SHERWOOD, BRET
SHIELDS, CHRIS
SHIELDS, THURMAN
SHIPLEY, MOLLY
SHIRLEY, RIKHEA
SHORE COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHORE COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHORE COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHORE COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHORT, KATIE N.
SHORT, WILLIE, SR. & SMITH, DIONNE
SHOULDERS, JEREMY
SHREE JEE HOSPITALITY D/B/A COMFORT SUITES
SHREE JEE HOSPITALITY D/B/A COMFORT SUITES
SHRESTHA, SABNAM
SHUMAKER, SHELLEY
SI ADVERTISING, INC.
SIBRAY, DINA M.
SIDDIQUI, SADAF
SIDDIQUI, TANVEER
SIDDIQUI, TANVEER
SIEBOLD, KEVIN
SIERZEGA, MARK E.
SIGGERS, ISIAH
SIGNATURE FLIGHT SUPPORT
SIKAT, LYNNEA M.
SILAS, MICHELLE
SILAS, THOMAS
SILBERT, BARBARA A., PSY.D.
SILINSKIENE, ONUTE
SILMON, WALTER
SILVA, ANNETTE
SIMMONS, ANTWANEKIA
SIMMONS, DARREN
SIMMONS, DIONTE
SIMMONS, GERALD
SIMMONS, JEREMIAH
SIMMONS, JON M.
SIMMONS, TAKIYA M.
SIMMS, CALVIN
SIMMS, JOSEPH P.
SIMMS, KENNY L., SR.
SIMPLEX GRINNELL, LP.
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
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SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
SIMPSON, ROYAL
SIMPSON, TINA M.
SIMPSON-PIERSON, SANDY
SIMS, ANTHONY D.
SIMS, BARBARA D.
SIMS, BARBARA D.
SIMS COURT REPORTING
SIMS, DWAYNE
SIMS, JEREMIAH, MINOR, BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, LAVERA ANDERSON
SIMS, JOSHUA, MINOR, BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, LAVERA ANDERSON
SIMS, LANDRUM
SIMS, LENORE D.
SIMS, NANCY
SIMS, SADAIREE
SIMS, TASHUNDA & BURTON, LORRAINE
SINGH, SURINDER
SINGLETON, ALEXIS E.
SINGLETON, ALEXIS E.
SINGLETON, ANTWON
SINGLETON, KENYETTA
SINGLETON, PATRICK
SINGLETON, RALLIN, SR.
SINKFIELD-WARREN, CHERIE
SISKA, JONATHAN
SISSOKO, TACKO
SIU GENERAL COUNSEL MC4307
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIZEMORE, RYAN
SKINNER, TAMARA J.
SKIP-A-LONG CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
SKOGLUND, ROBERT
SKOIRCHET, HEATHER
SKORPIKOVA, EVA
SKRABACZ, JENNIFER
SKUBA, PETER N.
SLABY, JANUSZ
SLAGEL, KEENAN
SLATER, DALVIN
SLATER, EARLINE
SLATER, WANDA R.
SLATTERY, SHAUN
SLAUGHTER, ARMAND
SLAUGHTER, DAVID & ARMSTRONG, LORIA
SLAUGHTER, TYEESTE
SLEDGE, CYNTHIA J.
SLEGER, TAMARA
SLIGAR, GENE K.
SLOAN IMPLEMENT COMPANY, INC.
SLUCARE
SLUCARE
SLUCARE
SLUCARE D/B/A ST LOUIS UNIVERSITY
SMALL, MARISSA
SMALLWOOD, ROSALIE M.
SMART, JOHN E.
SMICKER, CARL
SMICKER, CARL
SMITH, ALBERT
SMITH, ALONZO
SMITH, ANGELA
SMITH, ANITA
SMITH, ANTONIO, MINOR, BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, MATTHEW SMITH
SMITH, ARNOLD
SMITH, ASHLEY
SMITH, ASHLEY
SMITH, ASHLEY
SMITH, BRITTANY C.
SMITH, CARMELIA
SMITH, CHRISTOPHER A.
SMITH, CHRISTOPHER A.
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SMITH, CHRISTOPHER M.
SMITH, CHRISTOPHER M. & COLLIER, CATHERINE
SMITH, CLARA
SMITH, CLAYBORN L., JR.
SMITH, CLAYBORN L., JR.
SMITH, CODY
SMITH, CORNELL
SMITH, CYNTHIA
SMITH, CYNTHIA
SMITH, DALTON C.
SMITH, DARLENE
SMITH, DARRELL A.
SMITH, DAVID P., PH.D.
SMITH, DEANDRE
SMITH, DIANA M.
SMITH, DONNA
SMITH, DONTE
SMITH, DONYA
SMITH, DWAYNE, JR.
SMITH, ERIC J.
SMITH, ERIC J.
SMITH, FREDERICK
SMITH, HERBERT
SMITH, ISAIAH
SMITH, J. T.
SMITH, JACLYNNE
SMITH, JACLYNNE
SMITH, JEFFERY D.
SMITH, JOHN J.
SMITH, JOSE A.
SMITH, JOSEPH
SMITH, JOSEPHINE, REPRESENTATIVE OF ESTATE OF TONY R. SMITH, DECEASED
SMITH, KELVIN
SMITH, KENDALL M.
SMITH, KENNETH
SMITH, KENNETH W.
SMITH, KERI
SMITH, KIM
SMITH, KINDRA
SMITH, KRISTIE
SMITH, LADONNA
SMITH, LAWANDA
SMITH, LAWANNA
SMITH, LAWRENCE
SMITH, LEE A.
SMITH, LESLIE
SMITH, LESLIE W.
SMITH, LETESHA
SMITH, MARCELL
SMITH, MARSHALL, JR.
SMITH, MAURICE
SMITH, MICHAEL
SMITH, ORA
SMITH, RONALD
SMITH, RUTH
SMITH, SANDRA J.
SMITH, SHADIA
SMITH, SHANATRA
SMITH, SHANATRA
SMITH, SHERMAN, JR.
SMITH, STEPHANIE
SMITH, STEVEN L.
SMITH, TANYA
SMITH, TAYLOR M.
SMITH, TIFFANY
SMITH, TIFFANY
SMITH, TYRONE
SMITH, VERA
SMITH, WALTER, III
SMITH, WILLIAM
SMITH, YOLANDA
SMITH-SIMS, TAMMY
SMITH-WARD, SHANNON
SMOKY JENNINGS CHEVROLET, INC.
SMOKY JENNINGS CHEVROLET, INC.
SMRZ, PAUL J.
SNEED-MORTON, ANDREY
SNIPES, LEON
SNODGRASS, KIMBERLY
SNOWDEN, EVELYN
SNOWTON, VICENT
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SNYDER, CHRISTOPHER D.
SOBERON, NINA
SOBESKI, SCOTT T.
SOCORRO GUTIERREZ, MARIA
SODERLUND, VALERIE
SOFIAK REPORTING SERVICES
SOLANO, ANA MARIA
SOLIS, EDWIN
SOLIS, NOEL
SOLOMON, TIMIKA L.
SOLSBERRY, ME'OSHA
SONA, KARI L.
SONDAG, TIM
SONDGEROTH, RONALD E.
SONNTAG REPORTING SERVICE
SONNTAG REPORTING SERVICE
SOON, MELINDA E.
SOPHER, WARREN F., JR.
SORIA, LUZ
SORLING, NORTHRUP, HANNA, CULLEN & COCHRAN, LTD.
SOSTRE, MELISSA
SOTELO, APOLINAR
SOTELO, GERONIMO
SOUTH CENTRAL IL MASS TRANSIT DISTRICT
SOUTH ENTERPRISES, LLC. D/B/A BAYMONT INN & SUITES
SOUTHARD, DIANA M.
SOUTHEASTERN ILLINOIS COLLEGE
SOUTHEASTERN ILLINOIS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS HEALTHCARE D/B/A MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS HEMATOLOGY-ONCOLOGY
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS HOSPITAL SERVICES
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS MEDICAL SERVICES
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS MEDICAL SERVICES
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS PSYCHIATRY, LLC.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS REGIONAL SOCIAL SERVICES, INC.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS RESPIRATORY
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, BOARD OF TRUSTEES
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, EDWARDSVILLE
SOUTHERN ORTHOPEDIC & ASSOCIATES, SC.
SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN COUNSELING CENTER
SOUTHSTAR SERVICES
SOUTHWEST COMMUNITY SERVICES
SOYAN, DANIEL
SPANN, RICARDO
SPARKMAN, KEITH
SPARKS, KIERRA
SPARPC, INC.
SPARROW, ANITA
SPARROW, CHRISTOPHER
SPARTA FORD-MERCURY, INC.
SPARTA FORD-MERCURY, INC.
SPATES, DEMAROUS
SPEARMAN, DENISE
SPEARS, MANQUINYELLE
SPECHT, TAMARA
SPECIALIZED TRAINING FOR ADULT REHABILITATION, INC.
SPECIALIZED TRAINING FOR ADULT REHABILITATION, INC.
SPECIALIZED TRAINING SERVICES
SPECIALTY FLOORS, INC.
SPELLS, RORY
SPENCE, SARAH E.
SPENCER, DEMETRIUS
SPETHMAN, GREGORY A.
SPIKNER, KENNETH
SPIKNER, KENNETH
SPINELLE, WILLIAM S., IV
SPIRES, JEANETTE
SPIVEY, RAY C.
SPIVEY, RAY C.
SPOON RIVER COLLEGE
SPORTSFIELDS, INC.
SPRAGGINS, DWAYNE
SPRAGGINS-IVORY, LINDA
SPRINGFIELD AIRPORT AUTHORITY
SPRINGFIELD ARC, INC.
SPRINGFIELD ARC, INC.
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SPRINGFIELD CHAPTER OF THE INSTITUTE OF INTERNAL AUDITORS
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, CITY TREASURER'S OFFICE
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, PUBLIC UTILITIES
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, PUBLIC UTILITIES
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, PUBLIC UTILITIES
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, PUBLIC UTILITIES
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, PUBLIC UTILITIES
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, PUBLIC UTILITIES
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, PUBLIC UTILTIES
SPRINGFIELD METRO SANITARY DISTRICT
SPRINGFIELD OFFICE PARTNERS
SPRINGFIELD OFFICE PARTNERS
SPRINGFIELD OFFICE PARTNERS
SPRINGFIELD OVERHEAD DOORS, INC., BY HART
SPRINGFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT 186
SPRINGFIELD URBAN LEAGUE, INC.
SPURLIN, SHANTA
ST. ALEXIUS MEDICAL CENTER
ST. ANTHONY'S MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
ST. CLAIR ASSOCIATED VOCATIONAL
ST. CLAIR COUNTY
ST. CLAIR COUNTY
ST. CLAIR COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
ST. ELIZABETH'S COMMUNITY CENTER
ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL
ST. LOUIS, WALLACE
ST. MARGARET'S HEALTH
ST. MARTIN DE PORRES
ST. MARY OF NAZARETH HOSPITAL D/B/A HOLY FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER
ST. MARY OF NAZARETH HOSPITAL D/B/A HOLY FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER
ST. MARY OF NAZARETH HOSPITAL D/B/A HOLY FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER
ST. MARY OF NAZARETH HOSPITAL D/B/A HOLY FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ST. MARY'S SQUARE LIVING CENTER
ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH D/B/A STILL POINT THEATRE COLLECTIVE
ST. PAUL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST D/B/A ST. PAUL WONDERLAND
ST. ROSE CENTER
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL CENTER
STACHURSKI, RONALD H., JR.
STACK, COURTNEY
STACKHOUSE, VANESSA
STACY, TERAZA L.
STAFF CARE, INC.
STAFFORD, JOSEPH
STAINBACK, TONYA
STALBAUM, CHAD
STALLINGS, JOHNNIE E.
STAMPLEY, CALVIN
STANDFIELD, LARRY D.
STANISLAWSKI, TOMASZ
STANLEY CONVERGENT SECURITY SOLUTIONS
STANLEY, KENNETH
STANLEY, KENNETH
STANLEY, THOMAS
STANSBURY, CALVIN, JR.
STANTON, JOHN
STANTON, TAMYLA M.
STAPINSKI, JOHN G., JR.
STARK, PHILLIP B., PH.D.
STARKEY, MAURICE
STARKEY, MAURKETTIA
STARKS, MICHAEL J.
STARNES, PAULINE
STASSI, NICKOLAS G.
STASZEWSKI, JOANNA
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INS. CO. A/S/O BURTON & RITA SIEGEL
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INS. CO. A/S/O DAVID L. HOOD
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INS. CO. A/S/O FRED & STELLA CZAJKOSKI
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INS. CO. A/S/O JANIS SAYER
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INS. CO. A/S/O RENEE RODEZ
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STATE JOURNAL REGISTER
STATE JOURNAL REGISTER
STATEN, DEMETRICE
STATEVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER TRUST FUND
STATON, DANNY O.
STAVROPOULOS, DAVID C.
STAWYCHNY, BRANDON
STEELE, DONNA
STEELE, NATALIE
STEELE, PHILLIP
STEEVES, AMANDA
STEFFEN, MATTHEW R.
STELLY, STEPHANIE
STENCEL, STANISLAW A.
STENGEL, CHARLES
STEP BY STEP
STEP BY STEP
STEPHEN, MELISSA
STEPHENS, ANTHONY
STEPHENS, EILEEN
STEPHENS, HASSAN
STEPHENS, KELLI L.
STEPHENS, TRACY
STEPHENS, TRACY M.
STEPHENS, VICTOR B.
STEPHENSON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
STEPHENSON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
STEPPING STONES, INC.
STEPTER, SEAN
STERLING-ROCK FALLS FAMILY YMCA
STERN, MICHAEL
STERN, MICHAEL
STERN, MICHAEL
STERNBERG, WILLIAM
STETSYUK, NATALIYA
STEUBINGER, NICOLE
STEVEN PAWLOW & ASSOCIATES, INC.
STEVENS, BRENDA G.
STEVENS, BRENDA G.
STEVENS, CASSIE
STEVENS, CASSIE
STEVENS HOUSE
STEVENS, MALCOLM
STEVENSON, DERRICK
STEVENSON, HANNAH
STEVENSON, JACQUELINE
STEVENSON, MICHAEL E., JR.
STEWARD, AUSTIN
STEWARDSON BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC.
STEWART, ALTON
STEWART, ANGELA
STEWART, JACQUELINE
STEWART, KATERA
STEWART, LARRY A.
STEWART, LAURA
STEWART, LORENZO
STEWART, MICHELLE
STEWART, RASHAD
STEWART, ROBERT
STEWART, TASHA
STIFF, EARNESTINE
STIFFEND, JACKIE
STIGLER, ALMA D.
STIMAGE, SAMUEL
STIMSON, ANNA
STINSON, HELEN
STIPPS, INC. D/B/A ABACUS DIAGNOSTICS
STIRRAT, JENNIFER
STOCKMAN, ROGER L.
STOFFERAHN, JUSTIN
STOHLMEYER, MARLENE
STONE, JOSH
STONE, KRISTEL
STONE, MARK S., JR.
STONE, MARLO
STONE, MARLO
STONE, SUNNY L.
STONEHOUSE, KARREN S.
STONER, CODY
STORM, ROSE
STORRS, CARRIE
11CC2572
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12CC0049
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107 STOVALL, DERWIN
STOVALL, HELENA
STOVALL, HELENA
STRAND, CHRISTOPHER M.
STREET, CARLA
STREET, MARCUS
STREETER, BESSIE H.
STREETER, CHARLES
STRESAK, KATHRYN
STRICKLAND, TERRENCE M.
STRIPENS, MICHAEL J.
STROCCHIO, BRETT
STROUD, MATTHEW
STROUD, SULLIVAN
STRUCK, JAMES T.
STRUSS, JANET E.
STRZALKA, DOMINIC
STUART DEAN COMPANY, INC.
STUDEBAKER, SMOKEY DILLON
STURGEON, HARRY
SUAREZ, OSCAR
SUAREZ, SALVADOR
SUBIJANO, LILIA
SUBURBAN EAR, NOSE & THROAT SPECIALISTS
SUDDETH, JEFFREY D.
SUDDOTH, CORA
SUDDUTH, FAITH
SUDDUTH, JESSE D.
SUDDUTH, MARISSA
SUGGS, DENIESE
SUITER, JODI
SULLIVAN, CURTIS
SULLIVAN, KRYSTAL
SULLIVAN, LEWIS
SULLIVAN, MICHAEL S.
SULLIVAN, TAMARA J.
SUMMERFIELD, JEAN
SUMMERS, PATRICIA
SUMPTER, TRISTAN G.
SUN, WEI-CHEH
SUNDAY, JAMES D.
SUPERVALUE, INC. D/B/A NEW ALBERTSON'S, INC.
SUPERVALUE, INC. D/B/A NEW ALBERTSON'S, INC.
SUPREME ELECTRIC COMPANY
SUPREME LAUNDRY SERVICE, LLC.
SURRATT, JOSHUA M.
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY ADVANTAGE, LLC.
SUSTUMAS, GEDIMINAS
SUTTON, ALLISON
SUTTON, ROSEMARY
SWANBORG, LUCAS
SWANIGAN, CAROLYN
SWANSON, PAUL
SWANSON, SHARRON
SWEENEY, PATRICK J.
SWEIDAN, ISSAM
SWENSON SPREADER, LLC.
SWIDERSKI, KATHARINA
SWIFTNEY, MARK
SWIM, LARY
SWIMMING POOL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, INC.
SWINGER, KELCEY
SWISTARA, NINA
SYCAMORE ANIMAL HOSPITAL
SYDNER, EARL E.
SYKES ADAMS, DESIREE C.
SYKES, LAWRENCE
SYKES, PATRICIA A.
SYKES, ROBERT
SYLVESTER, DAVID E.
SYMPHONY DIAGNOSTIC SERVICE, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
108 11CV1983
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11CC2158
11CC2159
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11CC2161
11CC2162
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SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SZCZESNIAK, DEBBIE
SZENIAWSKI, ROBERT
SZERLETICH, WILLIAM K.
SZMURIO, SEBASTIAN
SZOTT, PAMELA
SZULA, GENOWEFA
TAB PRODUCTS COMPANY, LLC. D/B/A AMES
TABASSUM, ZEENATH
TABB, JOE
TABET, DIVITO & ROTHSTEIN, LLC.
TABET, DIVITO & ROTHSTEIN, LLC.
TABET, DIVITO & ROTHSTEIN, LLC.
TABET, DIVITO & ROTHSTEIN, LLC.
TABET, DIVITO & ROTHSTEIN, LLC.
TABET, DIVITO & ROTHSTEIN, LLC.
TABORN, ANGEL
TADEO, CHIARA
THE TALBOTT HOTEL
TALLEY, MONTELLE
TALLEY, PORCSHA
TALLGRASS SYSTEMS, LTD.
TALLGRASS SYSTEMS, LTD.
TANGER, BRANDI R.
TANKERSLEY, DEMARCUS
TANNIEHILL, ANTHONY
TAPIA, ALFREDO
TAPIA, ALFREDO
TAPIA, ANGELICA
TAPIA, SANDRA & CHAMBERS, JOANNA
TAPIA, SOCORRO
TARAGIN & BROS, LLC.
TAROCHIONE, TAMI
TARVER, HUGH
TASC, INC.
TASC, INC.
TATE, BARBARA A.
TATE, BEVERLY
TATE, DARNETTA
TATE, DERRELL H.
TATE, MARCUS
TATE, NIGEL
TATE, TEKEYLA
TATE, WILLA V.
TAYLOR, ANGELA
TAYLOR, ANGELO
TAYLOR, CYNTHIA
TAYLOR, CYNTHIA
TAYLOR, CYNTHIA
TAYLOR, DARRIAN
TAYLOR, DELORES
TAYLOR, ENICE
TAYLOR, ETHAN D., JR.
TAYLOR, HEATHER A.
TAYLOR, JEFFERY
TAYLOR, KEISHA
TAYLOR, KIMBERLY C.
TAYLOR, LARHONDA
TAYLOR, LILLIAN
TAYLOR, LYNNIE
TAYLOR, NAOMI
TAYLOR, OSCAR
TAYLOR, QUINCY
TAYLOR, RASHAUN
TAYLOR, ROBERT
TAYLOR, SARAH A.
TAYLOR, THERESSA
TAYLOR, THERESSA
TAYLOR-HART, JEREMIAH
TAYLORVILLE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
TEAM INTEL, LLC.
TEAS, SHAKU S., M.D.
TEJEDA, CYNTHIA
TEMPLE, LA PARICEA
TENNESSEE FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O JAMES CALLAHAN
109 11CC2164
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11CC2166
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12CV1195
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12CV0033
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12CV1338
12CC3322
12CV1097
12CV1205
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12CC1568
11CC1322
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12CV1670
12CV0386
12CC1268
TENUTO, JAMES, PETTY CASH CUSTODIAN
TEPPER ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY
TERDIC, DANIEL M.
TERDIC, DANIEL M.
TERRAZAS, SALVADOR
TERRELL, MARCOS V. A.
TERRELL, MARCOS V. A.
TERRELL-WINSTON, TERNICA
TERRY, CHRYSTAL
TERRY, KENDRICK
TERRY, MICHAEL D.
TERRY, MICHAEL D.
TERRY, PAMELA M.
TERRY, TEVALLIS D.
TESTING, ANALYSIS & CONTROL, INC.
THANG, AMOS
THEISEN, BRANDY & FLINT, SARAH
THEOBALD, JENNIFER
THEOFANOPOULOS, DINO
THEUS, MARVE
THIERJUNG, JENNIFER
THIRSTON, JOHN
THOMAS, AIESHIA
THOMAS, ALICE
THOMAS, ALICE
THOMAS ANIMAL HOSPITAL
THOMAS, BARBARA
THOMAS, BRITNEY
THOMAS, CARLA
THOMAS, DEBRA
THOMAS, DESIREE J.
THOMAS, DUEL, JR.
THOMAS, GARRICK
THOMAS, GRAICE
THOMAS, JERRI C.
THOMAS, JULIUS
THOMAS, LA TANYA
THOMAS, LAMONT
THOMAS, LAMONT
THOMAS, MABLE V.
THOMAS, MELODY L.
THOMAS, MICHAEL
THOMAS, OLLIE
THOMAS, OTIS
THOMAS, PRESTON
THOMAS, QUINTELLA
THOMAS, QUINTELLA
THOMAS, REGINALD
THOMAS, ROBERT
THOMAS, SHWANA
THOMAS, TAMRA
THOMAS, THEO
THOMAS, TREMAIN
THOMAS, VALENTINO
THOMAS, WANDA
THOMAS, WANDA
THOMAS, WANDA
THOMAS, WILLIAM
THOMAS, WILLIE
THOMAS, WILLIE MAE, ADMINISTRATOR OF ESTATE OF OTIS THOMAS, DECEASED
THOMPSON ANTHONY M.
THOMPSON, ANTOINE
THOMPSON, CHRISTINE
THOMPSON, CORINNE, INDIVIDUALLY & AS ADMINISTRATOR OF ESTATE OF TREVOR
THOMPSON ELECTRONICS COMPANY
THOMPSON ELECTRONICS COMPANY
THOMPSON ELECTRONICS COMPANY
THOMPSON, ERNEST
THOMPSON, GARY
THOMPSON, LAMARR
THOMPSON, LEONARD
THOMPSON, LEONARD
THOMPSON, MARGO
THOMPSON, PAUL W.
THOMPSON, PORCHA
THOMPSON, RAKENYA T.
THOMPSON, ROGER D.
THOMPSON, SOUNJA
THOMPSON, STANLEY J.
THOMPSON, TAMEKA N.
THOMPSON, TERRY
110 12CC0800
11CC1364
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11CV4983
11CV4118
11CV4530
11CV5505
11CV5054
11CV4458
12CV1414
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09CC3020
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THORNTON, ADDIE
THORNTON, ADDIE
THORNTON, ADDIE
THORNTON, BILLIE
THORNTON, CANDRIA E.
THORNTON, EDWIN
THRASH, DWAYNE
THRASHER, TAMAR
THREAT, CHARLES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
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THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRIVE COUNSELING CENTER
THULINE, CONNIE
THURMAN, BROCK D., SR.
THURMAN, CORDELL
THURMAN, DORATHA & MENNEFAE, RICKY
THURMAN, DOROTHY
THURMAN, JASON
THURMAN, KENDALL
THURMAN, TIFFANY L.
THURSTON, JESSE
TICKETMASTER, LLC.
TIERRA ENVIRONMENTAL
TIGUE, EVERETT
TIJERINA, MARIO A.
TILLER, ERNESTINE
TILLER, ROBIN
TILLER-HILL, LENORIA & ANDERSON, MARION
TILLERY, ERIC
TILLESEN, LISA
TILLMAN, BRANDI
TILLMAN, VICTOR
TILMAN, FLOYD
TIMBERLAKE, SENECA
TIMM, AMANDA
TIMM, AMANDA
TIMM, ROBERT J.
TIMMON, ANGELA
TINAJERO, JOSE
TINY TOWN OF LANSING NURSERY SCHOOL, INC.
TIORAN, EMMY F.
11CC2482
11CV2675
11CV4584
12CC1734
11CV2488
12CV1552
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11CV0558
11CV4692
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10CV3504
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11CC3845
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10CV5820
11CV2597
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12CC1096
11CV2106
12CC1394
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111 TIPTON, CANDICE A.
TIRE & AUTO, INC.
TKACHUK, OREST
TOBAY, LAURO
TOBIN, KATIE
TOBIN, NICHILAS D., JR.
TOBIN, REBECCA
TOCHIMANI, MARIA E.
TOCHIMANI, MARIA E.
TOCHIMANI, MARIA E.
TOCHIMANI, MARIA E.
TODD'S TIRE AND AUTO REPAIR, INC. II
TOKARCZYK, ELIZABETH J.
TOLBERT, CHAD R.
TOLBERT, DAVID A., SR.
TOLBERT, NATHAN S.
TOLER, DAVID R.
TOLLENAER, PETE
TOLLIVER, BRIDGET
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOMCZYK, ALICE MARIE
TOMLIN, MARVINE C.
TOM-QUI, SELENA
TONEY, MICHAEL
TONGE, SARA
TONGE, SARA
TONICA HARDWARE D/B/A TOWN & COUNTRY SERVICES
TONIELLI, E.R., DR.
TOOMEY REPORTING
TOOMEY REPORTING
TOOMEY REPORTING
TOOMEY REPORTING
TOPOR, TINA MARIE
TORIBIO, ABRAHAM
TORRES, ADER, SR.
TORRES, ADRIAN
TORRES, ALBERTO
TORRES, EDGAR
TORRES, ERIC
TORRES, ERICA
TORRES, ERICA
TORRES, GERARDO
TORRES. JOSE
TORRES. JOSE
TORRES, KAREN
TORRES, MARY
TORRES, MIGDALIA
TORRES, RICARDO GONZALEZ
TORRES, ROBERT
TORRES, SONIA
TORRES, TATIANA E.
TORTONE, MATTHEW A.
TOTAL SAFETY, INC.
TOTH, STEPHEN A.
TOUFAR, DAVID
TOWNES, JUANITA
TOWNSEL, JEROME D.
TOWNSEND, JODI
TOWNSEND, JODI
TOWRY, JESSE
TRACFONE WIRELESS
TRACY, DEBORAH
TRACY, JESSIE
TRAINING CONCEPTS, INC.
TRANSLATION SMART
TRANSLATION SMART
TRASS, JOEL
TRASTER, CYLE R.
TRAVIS, WILLIAM J.
TREADWELL, CYNTHIA
TREISTER ORTHOPAEDIC SERVICES, LTD.
TREJO, CARLOS
TREJO, MIREYA
TREJO, NATHANIEL
TREVINO, FELICIA
TREVINO, MARIELLA
TRIBBLE, DEBORAH A.
TRICOCI, VINCE
TRI-COUNTY OPPORTUNITIES COUNCIL
TRIEGER, MICHAEL, PSY.D.
112 11CC3517
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12CC0215
TRI-ELECTRONICS, INC.
TRI-ELECTRONICS, INC.
TRI-ELECTRONICS, INC.
TRI-ELECTRONICS, INC.
TRI-ELECTRONICS, INC.
TRINITY REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEMS
TRIPLETT, ANGELA
TRIPLETT, DARLA
TRIPLETT, MELISSA
TRIPLETT, STEVEN, SR.
TROPPANI, LUCIA
TROTTER, VIRDEN L.
TROVILLION, JADE
TROWERS, GORDON E.
TRUELL, KELLY
TRUJILLO, JORGE
TRUJILLO, RAMIRO
TRUPIN, ERIC W.
TRUSS, ALBANY
TSAO, DEBBY
TSIAPAS, GEORGETTE
TUBEK, JAKUB
TUCHMANN, MEGAN R.
TUCK, GREGORY E., SR.
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TUCKER, CLINTON
TUCKER, DAVID
TUCKER, JEANETTE
TUCKER, REBECCA
TUCKER, TREVIN
TUFFS, DAVID
TUFFY, JUSTIN D.
TUMER, REGINA
TUNSTALL, CARL
TUREK & SONS
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TURKS, TAWANA L.
TURNER, ANDREA
TURNER, BLANDENA
TURNER, DANIEL
TURNER, DAVID
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TURNER, DUANE C., JR.
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TURNER, KELLY R.
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UCAN
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UNIFORMITY, INC.
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VALDEZ, ALEJANDRO
VALDEZ, ENRIQUE R.
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VALLE, JOSE G.
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VALLELY, MATTHEW T.
VALUE OPTIONS
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VANDALIA ELECTRIC MOTOR, INC.
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VARGAS, ALFREDO
VARGAS, DANIEL J.
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VARGAS, ROGELIO
VARGAS, SHEILA
VARSEK, LAWRENCE E., ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF REGINA KUHAJDA,
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VASQUEZ, HENRY A.
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VASQUEZ, NELSON
VASQUEZ, RAUL
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VERSER, GLENN
VERTEC SOLUTIONS, LLC.
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VIANE, MATTHEW
VICTOR, GEORGE
VILLACIS, ANGIE R.
VILLACIS, ANGIE R.
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VOGEL, MELDON J.
VOGELE, GREGORY
VOIGT, SHARLA L.
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VUICHARD, JONAH
WABASH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
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WADE, JAMES
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WALKER, CHARLES
WALKER, DAVID B.
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WALKER, DENNIS
WALKER, DYWANE
WALKER, EDWARD C.
WALKER, EDWIN
WALKER, EILEEN M.
WALKER, ELVIRA
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WALKER, GWENDOLYN
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WAREHOUSE DIRECT, INC.
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WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
WARRINGTRON, MARGARET
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WASHINGTON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
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WASHINGTON, REGGIE
WASHINGTON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
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WASHINGTON, TERRY
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY DEPTARTMENT OF NEUROLOGY
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
WASHINGTON, VICTORIA
WASKOWSKI, IWONKA
WASSON, JENNIFER
WATER COMPANY OF ILLINOIS
WATERMAN, VIRGINIA L.
WATERS, CHRISTINA
WATERS, GERALD
WATERSTRADT, MANDELINE M.
WATFORD, MARLON L.
WATKINS, BRUFRANC T.
WATKINS, CARLA & CHATMAN, PEGGIE & O'GRADY, MAGGIE
WATKINS, FELICIA
WATKINS, ISRAEL
WATKINS, JEROME
WATKINS, JESSICA
WATKINS, PENNY
WATKINS, TERRY L.
WATLEY, JANELLE
WATSON, ANGELO
WATSON, HAROLD
WATSON, KASHAWN
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WATSON, MARCUS
WATSON, MICHAEL L., JR.
WATSON, RICHARD J.
WATSON, RICHARD J.
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WATTS COPY SYSTEMS, INC.
WATTS, KEVIN
WATTS, ROSEMARY
WATTS, WILLIAM, JR.
WAUGH, NORMAN Q.
WAUKESHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
WAYENKNECHT, ROBIN
WAYNE WHITE COUNTIES ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE
WEASE, DAVID
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WEBB JEFFREY O/B/O LITTLE EGYPT COUNSELING
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WEBB, WENDE U.
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WEBER, LORI L.
WEDIG, TAMARA J.
WEE FOLKS, INC.
WEEDEN, ANTOINE
WEEMS, GIOVANNI
WEGER, CHRISTOPHER
WEGNER PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, LLC.
WEGNER PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, LLC.
WEICKERT, GREG
118 08CV0778
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WEILER, PAMELA M.
WEIMHOLT, JOSEF R.
WEINBERG, JEFFREY L.
WEINBERG, JENNIFER L.
WEINSTOCK, STEPHEN
WEISINGER, JOSEPH
WEISS, KATHRYN
WEISS, SUSAN J.
WELCH, BONITA L.
WELCH, CONNIE
WELCH, DASHAY
WELCH, DOROTHY
WELCH, GREGORY, JR.
WELCH, WILLIAM
WELLBAUM, VICTORIA
WELLCARE PRESCRIPTION INSURANCE, INC.
WELLHOEFER, RON
WELLINGTON, KRISTOPHER
WELLS, ANTWAN
THE WELLS CENTER
WELLS, CRISTIAN
WELLS, DARIUS
WELLS, DEBORAH
WELLS, DENNIS
WELLS, HILDA
WELLS, JAMES R.
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CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED
IN THE COURT OF CLAIMS
OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS
REPORTED OPINIONS
FISCAL YEAR 2012
(July 1, 2011 thru June 30, 2012)
127 (No. 01-CC-3517 – Claim denied)
STEVE and MARTHA HARSCH, et al., Claimants, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, OFFICE
OF BANKS AND REAL ESTATE, Respondent.
Opinion filed October 4, 2011
WILLIAM THOMAS, Counsel for Claimant
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JACQUELINE K. WILLIAMS, Assistant Attorney
General, of counsel), for Respondent.
Regulatory agencies, discretionary functions- Office of Banks and Real Estate, under its
statutory grant of authority, examined the corporate fiduciary. The decision as to what
actions to take following that examination were discretionary. OBRE identified issues
with the trust account and took action. The court refuses to hold regulatory agencies
liable for allegedly negligently performing discretionary functions.
ORDER
Sprague, C.J.
This matter comes before the Court on the Complaint of STEVEN and MARTHA
HARSCH, et al., and against the STATE OF ILLINOIS through the OFFICE OF BANKS AND
REAL ESTATE. A trial on this matter was held on August 2-4, 2010, before Commissioner
Andrea M. Buford.
FACTS
The Claimants herein and at all times relevant, held investment and or retirement
accounts with Intrust. Intrust is an Illinois Corporation certified under the Illinois Corporate
Fiduciary Act, 205 ILCS 620/1-1 et seq., ("Act") by the Illinois Office of Banks and Real Estate
("OBRE") to act as trustee for various types of Individual Retirement Accounts. ("IRAs").
Intercounty Title ("Intercounty") was a company that offered title insurance to owners of real
estate. Jack Hargrove ("Hargrove") was the Chairman of Intrust's Board of Directors and the
128 owner of Intrust through Intrust's parent company, Madison Avenue Investments. Laurence
Capriotti ("Capriotti") was a Director of Intrust. The principal registered officers and directors
of Intrust were also the principal registered officers and directors of Intercounty.
The Illinois Corporate Fiduciary Act was enacted to protect the public interest and
general welfare of the people of the State of Illinois. The Act entrusts OBRE with the
responsibility to supervise corporate fiduciaries. The Act specifically provides for OBRE's
supervision, regular examination and correction of any unsafe or imprudent practices of trust
companies.
Specifically, the Act provides for an examination no less frequently than every 18
months. On each examination, inquiry shall be made as to the condition and resources of the
corporate fiduciary generally, the mode of conducting and managing its affairs, the action of its
directors and trustees, the investments of the funds, the safety and prudence of its management,
the security afforded to those by whom its engagements are held, and whether the requirements
of its charter and laws have been complied with in the administration of its affairs. 205 ILCS
620/5-2.
Whenever it appears from an examination that a corporate fiduciary has committed any
violation of any law, has made or published a false statement of condition or is conducting its
business in an unsafe, unsound or unauthorized manner, OBRE shall direct the discontinuance of
such practices and that they strictly conform to the requirements of the law. 205 ILCS 620/5-3.
If a corporate fiduciary refuses or neglects to make a required statement of condition or
any report required under this Act, or to comply with an order as above stated, or if it appears
that it is unsafe or inexpedient for the corporate fiduciary to conduct business, OBRE shall enter
an appropriate order which may include the appointment of a receiver, the taking of possession
129 of the corporate fiduciary, or the removal of a director, officer, employee or agent of the
corporate fiduciary. 205 ILCS 620/5-3. The Act does not provide for insurance of account
holder's or corporate funds.
On December 4, 1990, Intrust entered into an escrow agreement with Intercounty Title.
("Escrow Agreement"). Pursuant to the Escrow Agreement, Intrust deposited the cash portions
of customer accounts with Intercounty. Intercounty was obligated to pay Intrust a minimum rate
of interest on the money deposited by Intrust. The Escrow Agreement obligated Intercounty to
deposit the trust funds into an escrow account at the LaSalle National Bank of Chicago.
("Escrow Account"). Under the terms of the Escrow Agreement, Intrust retained no direct
control over the Escrow Account. Intrust depended on Intercounty, as escrow agent, to follow
Intrust's directions with respect to the operation of the Escrow Account. The Escrow Agreement
gave Intrust no power to account for, withdraw, or safeguard the funds and they were not a
signatory on the Escrow Account.
In December 1990, after entering into the Escrow Agreement, Intrust deposited
$16,582,098.78 with Intercounty. In subsequent years, Intrust continued to deposit funds with
Intercounty pursuant to the Escrow Agreement. At times the balance in the escrow account
exceeded $100 million. By January 2000, the balance of funds should have been more than
$68,000,000.
From the inception of the Escrow Account in December of 1990 until January 2000,
Intercounty did not provide Intrust with copies of LaSalle Bank statements for the escrow funds.
Instead, Intercounty provided Intrust with monthly spreadsheets prepared by Intercounty or
others under the control of Hargrove or Capriotti purporting to show the balances of deposits.
The monthly spreadsheets falsely reported balances. Capriotti, Hargrove and others
130 misappropriated Intrust funds sometime after December 1990. To date more than $68,090,000
in deposits and reported accrued interest have been misappropriated from funds that were
deposited by Intrust with Intercounty.
On or about July 14, 2005, Capriotti plead guilty to multiple counts for his role in the
misappropriation and received fourteen (14) years in jail. Capriotti admitted that he, Hargrove
and others conspired to defraud Intrust, its account holders and others of the money in the
escrow account; that they engaged in acts to conceal the scheme from Intrust's president,
auditors, OBRE and others; that he obstructed and made false statements and promises to OBRE
and Intrust's president in connection with OBRE's efforts to protect the Intrust holder funds;
admitted to causing OBRE examiners to receive what purported to be an account statement that
stated as of May 31, 1997, the Intrust Escrow account contained $54,894,943; and in connection
with the OBRE 1998 examination provided what purported to be an escrow statement showing a
balance of $54,840,446 as of August 31, 1998. In or around May 2006, Hargrove was sentenced
to fourteen (14) years in jail for his conduct involving the misappropriation of the subject funds.
In connection with OBRE's duties they conducted a general examination on Intrust at
least once per calendar year. Each examination report from 1991-1998 contains a sworn
statement detailing the assets and liabilities of Intrust in which Intrust reported they were not
aware of any misappropriation of corporate or fiduciary funds. In 1991, in the comment section
of its report, OBRE reported the company's cumulative trust accounts were inexplicably out of
balance and short by over $400,000.00. An OBRE examiner stated the shortage had existed for
several years and had not been rectified and that pursuant to the Order of December 28, 1990,
amounts not reconciled by December 31, 1991, were required to be charged off by Intrust. The
accounts were eventually reconciled. In the September 1991 independent audit the auditor
131 found the depositor funds in Intercounty could not be examined or verified, which led to a
qualified opinion on the company's soundness. The February 25, 1994, OBRE examination
report reported Intrust's "commingling of trust assets with that of an affiliate which violates
common law trust principals. One of the fundamental duties of a fiduciary is to keep trust
accounts separate. Management should separate its accounts." Intrust responded to the report
and disagreed with the comments.
Between 1994 and 1995, Intrust deposited nearly 10 million in additional trust funds
with Intercounty and the commingled deposits through Intercounty to LaSalle National Bank
amounted to approximately $40 million. In 1995 the OBRE examination report reported the
comingling of funds between Intrust and Intercounty. The report commented that Intrust does
not receive statements directly from the bank but relies on spreadsheets supplied by Intercounty.
The report further stated Intrust made two large capital loans to Intercounty without a valid
contractual agreement until after the fact, without first obtaining credit information on the debtor
and without effectuating an inspection or appraisal of the collateral.
In the January 1996 OBRE report, the examiner pointed out that Intrust was comingling
trust assets with affiliate's assets. Between 1995 and 1996, Intrust deposited nearly $7,000,000
in additional funds with Intercounty. On August 1, 1996, Intrust's independent auditors issued a
qualified audit report. At that time approximately $57,000,000 was at risk. On June 23, 1997,
Intrust's independent auditor issued another qualified audit report. At that time approximately
$94,000,000 was at risk. In April 1997, OBRE's report stated Intrust's business practices
constituted a patent weakness in account administration.1
1
According to Mr. O’Brien, OBRE Examiner in Charge (“EIC”) for the 1997 examination, the comingling issue
was cured but there was an issue with control over the new escrow account in that Intercounty had signature
authority.
132 On June 25, 1998, Intrust's independent auditors issued another qualified report and
warned of the possibility that $54,000,000 in trust funds could be lost as a result of Intrust's
deposits with an affiliate. On August 31, 1998, the OBRE report stated the findings of the
independent auditor was qualified because no independent verification of trust cash was
permitted by the company; the escrow arrangement with Intercounty represented a major
conflict of interest, in that fiduciary funds are benefitting an affiliate company; and the situation
needs to be monitored and steps taken to ensure funds are under Intrust's control.2
In April 1999, pursuant to the directions of Capriotti and Hargrove, Intrust wire
transferred $9,200,000 in additional deposits to the escrow account. OBRE was not informed of
this transfer. Intercounty withdrew the $9,200,000 almost immediately after the transfer,
leaving a balance of $45,949.24.
Some time prior to August 3,1999, OBRE requested verification from Intrust that Intrust
officials had been added to the LaSalle Account, that no withdrawals could be made without
Intrust authority, required account documentation directly from LaSalle bank and a copy of the
LaSalle and Intercounty repurchase agreement. On August 10, 1999, OBRE informed Intrust it
needed to take immediate corrective action regarding the escrow account with Intercounty. On
August 24, 1999, Capriotti assured OBRE that the escrow account issues would be addressed at
the Intrust board meeting that day. On September 1, 1999, OBRE requested that Intercounty
transfer escrow funds to a separate established account at Cole Taylor bank immediately as had
been previously requested on August 31, 1999. Intrust had a Certificate of Good Standing
stating Intrust was qualified to conduct business as a trust. After September 15, 1999, inquiries
on Intrust would be directed to the OBRE website. On September 15, 1999, OBRE issued a
2
According to Mr. Mennel, EIC for the 1998 examination, a LaSalle Bank statement showed $54 million in the
escrow account. 133 Corrective Action Order, posted on the OBRE website, outlining the escrow account issues and
requiring Intrust to terminate the escrow account arrangement with Intercounty and take control
of the trust assets and properly account for trust assets. On September 30, 1999, OBRE was
notified by Intrust's president that the escrow arrangement with Intercounty had still not been
rectified. On October 7, 1999, OBRE requested Intrust comply with the Sept. 15 corrective
order no later than October 15, 1999. On October 12, 1999, Intrust reported to OBRE that it
would take care of the issue in a couple of days. On October 15 and October 19, OBRE
contacted Intrust's president to inquire about the escrow account. On October 20, an OBRE
examiner was sent to Intrust to investigate the escrow situation. On November 9, 1999, OBRE
examiners attended an Intrust Board of Directors meeting and were told the escrow account
would be taken care of no later than November 19, 1999. On November 17, OBRE met with
Capriotti on another matter at which time Capriotti blamed Intrust's president for the problems
related to the corrective order and stated he would address the issues on November 18, 1999.
On January 1, 2000, Intrust provided bank and broker statements to OBRE showing
account totals matching the Intrust account totals. By January 19, 2000, OBRE was informed
that Intrust had not yet complied with the September 1999 Corrective Action Order. On
February 7, 2000, OBRE subpoenaed account verification for Intrust from LaSalle Bank3 and
Harris Bank. On February 10, 2000, Intrust provided signature cards for accounts with only
Intrust employees. On March 2, 2000, OBRE issued an order stating that Intrust's practices and
condition pose a threat to the Corporation's ability to operate in a safe, sound and authorized
manner. The order required Intrust to fully comply with the Corrective Action Order within 10
days, increase capital to an amount not less than the escrow assets, recover the funds in escrow
3
This was not part of the regular examination process and had never been done before.
134 from Intercounty, file a bond claim and remove any Intercounty affiliated person from all Intrust
account authority. In April 2000, OBRE took possession of Intrust and placed the company in
receivership. At that time, over $68,090,000 in funds and reported interest had been lost.
On or after April 14, 2000, Claimants received individual notice of the receivership.
Sometime thereafter Claimants' accounts at Intrust were frozen. Approximately $4 million
dollars has been recovered on behalf of the Claimants and receiver litigation is still ongoing.
The receiver has declined to pursue any action against the State of Illinois and Claimants were
given leave by the Chancery Court to separately file this action.
LEGAL ANALYSIS
The issue at the heart of this matter is whether the Office of Banks and Real Estate owed
a duty to the Claimants and whether they breached that duty under the Illinois Corporate
Fiduciary Act, 205 ILCS 620 et al. Pursuant to the Act, OBRE is charged with examining trust
operations to inquire "as to the condition and resources of the corporate fiduciary generally, its
mode of conducting and managing its affairs, the action of its directors or trustees, the
investments of its funds, the safety and prudence of its management, the security afforded to
those by whom its engagements are held, and whether the requirements of its charter and of the
laws have been complied with in the administration of its affairs." The statute further authorizes
the Commissioner to take action should it be determined that a violation exists.
The testimony and exhibits produced indicate OBRE complied with its statutory mandate
to examine the trust operation. The Respondent argues they do not owe a duty to the Claimants;
that the decisions of the Commissioner fall within his discretionary duties; that the Corporate
Fiduciary Act does not create a private cause of action; that Claimants failed to exhaust remedies
against their investment advisors; and that no decision can be made by the Court until the
135 receivership is closed. The Claimants argue that the Corporate Fiduciary Act mandated a clear
and non-discretionary duty on OBRE to stop unsafe or unsound practices; that the Court in
ruling on the Respondent's Motion to Dismiss, rejected Respondent's arguments that OBRE
could not be liable for the performance or nonperformance of discretionary acts; that the
Claimants have no private right of action against OBRE; or that they did not have a claim for
negligent representation. The Court in its Order stated, "the allegations of the Claimants, taken
as true for the purposes of the Motion to Dismiss, raise an issue of fact as to whether the alleged
negligent acts were the result of the use of discretion undertaken in good faith." The Court goes
on to state, "if the allegations of the Consolidated Complaint are taken as true, then Claimants
have stated a cause of action that would stand against a private person or corporation."
However, the burden of proof when ruling on a motion to dismiss is not the same as when ruling
after a trial on the merits. Therefore we find this Court can consider the argument raised that
OBRE could not be held liable for the performance or nonperformance of discretionary acts.
Generally speaking, the courts have refused to impose liability on similar agencies for
their alleged negligent conduct in performing their statutory duties. Harmsen v. Smith, 586 F.2d
156 (9th Cir. 1978). In Harmsen, the court held that the directors of a bank could not maintain
actions for indemnity against the United States for the alleged negligence of the comptroller in
conducting bank examinations. Notwithstanding the holding of the court on the issue of
statutory duty, in Tcherepnin v. Franz, 393 F.Supp. 1197 (N.D. Ill. 1975), opinion supplemented
424 F.Supp 778, affirmed 570 F.2d 187, cert.denied 99 SCt. 214, 439 U.S.76, the court held,
"Illinois decisions have consistently held that public officials vested with discretion and
empowered to exercise their judgment are immune from liability to third persons provided that
the acts complained of are discretionary in nature, done with the scope of the official's authority
136 and not resulting from malicious or corrupt motives." Although Tcherepnin dealt with the
liability of the Director, we find the discussion on ministerial versus discretionary instructive and
hold the acts complained of in the instant case are discretionary in nature. The language of the
Corporate Fiduciary Act vests the Respondent with certain discretionary acts throughout the
statute. Similarly, on the national level, a number of courts have refused to hold a regulatory
agency liable for the performance of its discretionary duties in the examination of banking
institutions. FDIC v. Irwin, 916 F.2d 1051 (5th Cir. 1990), In Re Franklin National Bank
Securities Litigation, 478 F. Supp. 210 (E.D.N.Y. 1979).
Since the acts complained of are discretionary in nature, in order to answer the question
of whether the Respondent violated its statutory duties we must examine whether the
Respondent was willful or malicious in acting or failing to act. This requires an examination of
the facts and a determination on what the Respondent knew and when. The Respondent was
aware of the following:
1.
On Dec. 4, 1990, Intrust entered into an escrow agreement with Intercounty Title.
The agreement obligated Intercounty to deposit funds into an escrow account at LaSalle National
Bank.
2.
Intrust retained no direct control over the escrow account. Intrust was not a
signatory on the escrow account.
3.
The principal registered officers and directors of Intrust were also the principal
registered officers and directors of Intercounty.
4.
In the 1991 examination report, OBRE commented that the trust accounts were
out of balance and short by over $400,000.00. The accounts were reconciled.
5.
In the 1994 examination report, OBRE commented that commingling trust assets
137 with that of an affiliate violates common trust principals and that management should separate its
accounts. Intrust disagreed with the comments.
6.
In the 1995 examination report, OBRE commented that Intrust's escrow account
is in the name of Intercounty, that Intrust does not receive statements directly from the bank but
relies on Intercounty spreadsheets, which results in comingling of funds, and that Intrust made
two large capital loans to Intercounty without a valid contract and without obtaining credit
information on the debtor and without an inspection or appraisal of any collateral.
7.
In the 1996 examination report, OBRE commented that Intrust has been
commingling trust assets with affiliate's assets.
8.
In the 1997 examination report, OBRE commented Intrust's regular business
practices constituted a patent weakness in account administration and violated the company's
basic fiduciary duty to safely control the depositors' funds.
9.
In the 1998 examination report, OBRE commented that an independent audit of
Intrust's financial statements was qualified in that no independent verification of trust cash was
permitted by the company; that the escrow agreement with Intercounty represented a major
conflict of interest; and that the situation needs to be monitored and steps taken to insure funds
are under Intrust's control; and that is was difficult to get information on the arrangement and an
actual bank statement was not received, only a photocopy.
10.
Some time prior to Aug. 3, 1999, OBRE requested verification from Intrust that it
had been added to the trust account, that no withdrawals could be made without Intrust authority,
account documentation directly from the bank and the Intercounty repurchase agreement.
11.
On Aug. 10, 1999, by letter, OBRE informed Intrust it needed to take immediate
corrective action regarding the escrow account.
138 12.
On Aug. 24, 1999, OBRE received verbal assurances the issues would be
addressed at the Intrust board meeting on that day.
13.
On Sept. 15, 1999, OBRE issued a Corrective Action Order, requiring Intrust to
terminate the escrow agreement with Intercounty, to take control of the trust assets and properly
account for the trust assets.
14.
On Oct. 7, 1999, by letter, OBRE again requested that Intrust comply with the
Corrective Order.
15.
On Oct. 12, 1999, Intrust informed OBRE the matter would be taken care of in a
couple of days.
16.
On Oct. 15 and 19, 1999, OBRE contacted Intrust about the escrow account.
17.
On Oct. 20, 1999, OBRE sent an examiner to Intrust to investigate the escrow
situation.
18.
On Nov. 9, 1999, OBRE examiners attended an Intrust Board meeting and were
told the matter would be taken care of by Nov. 19, 1999.
19.
In Jan. 2000, Intrust provided bank statements showing totals matching Intrust
totals for the trust account.
20.
On Jan. 19, 2000, OBRE became aware that Intrust had not complied with the
21.
On Feb. 7, 2000, OBRE subpoenaed account verification from the bank. This
Order.
was a practice that had never been done before.
22.
On Feb. 10, 2000, Intrust gave OBRE signature cards for accounts with only
Intrust employees.
23.
On Mar. 1, 2000, OBRE issued an Order stating that Intrust's practices and
139 condition pose a threat to their ability to safely operate; that Intrust fully comply with the
Corrective Order in 10 days, increase capital to cover the escrow assets, recover the money in
escrow from Intercounty, file a bond claim, cease placing money in the escrow, and remove any
Intercounty affiliated person from all Intrust account authority.
24.
In April 2000, OBRE took possession of Intrust and appointed a receiver.
An examination is not an audit. The purpose of the examination is to gather information
to rate the institution under the Uniform Inter-Agency Trust Rating system. The examiner relies
upon information provided by the institution. And in this case, examiners were misled. Mr.
Capriotti admitted he conspired to defraud Intrust and concealed and provided false statements in
furtherance of his acts, including false statements showing a valid trust account balance as of
May 31, 1997, and May 31, 1998. Although comments were made concerning the trust account,
each year Intrust received a passing component rating. OBRE did not have a formal procedure
for what to do when a potential issue arises during an audit. It is left to the discretion of the
examiner as to when an issue may be unsafe and "taken up" to the next level.
OBRE did not violate its statutory duty up to September 1999 when the Corrective
Action Order was entered. We next examine the time period between September 1999 and when
a receiver was appointed in April 2000, some 7 months later. After the CAO was entered and up
until the time a receiver was appointed, OBRE was going back and forth with Intrust attempting
to obtain compliance with the Order. During that period of time and in January of 2000, OBRE
was provided with bank statements showing a valid account balance. It was not until February
2000, when OBRE, with an action outside of its regular practices, issued a subpoena upon the
bank. OBRE was unsure of the process and not certain that the federal bank would even honor
the subpoena. However, the records were obtained and in March 2000, OBRE issued an Order
140 of the Commissioner requiring Intrust, among other items, to fully comply with the CAO,
increase capital, recover funds in escrow from Intercounty, and remove any Intercounty affiliated
person from the account. In April 2000, a receiver was appointed. We find OBRE did not
violate its statutory duty between September 1999 and April 2000.
Here, OBRE under its statutory grant of authority examined the corporate fiduciary.
OBRE identified issues with the trust account and partially because of the criminal and
fraudulent misrepresentations made, OBRE, in good faith, took the actions identified. The
decision as to what actions to take was discretionary. There is no proof of any willful or
malicious conduct on the part of OBRE. We follow the line of cases that have refused to hold
regulatory agencies liable for allegedly negligently performing discretionary functions. We find
that the Claimants have failed to establish that the Respondent had a duty to the account holders.
Therefore, OBRE did not have a duty to the account holders and further, even if a duty could be
assumed, the discretion accorded would lead to the conclusion that OBRE did not breach its
duty.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that based on the foregoing, the claims of the Claimants are
hereby denied.
141 (No. 07-CC-2904 – Claim awarded)
MJC CONSTRUCTORS INC., Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION, Respondent.
Opinion filed September 13, 2011
RICHARD HARDCASTLE, Counsel for Claimant
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JULIE MORGAN, Assistant Attorney General, of
counsel), for Respondent.
Contract, Changed Conditions- Changed conditions in contract law entitle a contractor to
additional compensation under the contract for extra work performed. The condition of
the two ponds were different than depicted on the contract drawings. A substantial
amount of fill was required to meet the planned grades to achieve drainage. The ponds
conditions were materially different than those contemplated by the Contract and
constituted a changed condition.
Contract, Implied warrant- The "Spearin Doctrine" sets forth that an owner in a
construction situation necessarily impliedly warrants that the plans and specifications are
possible to perform, are adequate for performance and free from defects.
Contract, Damages- The State, as owner of the property, is required to reimburse a
contractor who incurs additional costs due to faulty plans or specifications they provide
the contractor to use in performing the contract.
Contract, Sufficient funds- The Court cannot enter an award unless sufficient funds
remain unexpended in the appropriation made to fund the project. The Court's policy in
breach of contract claims is to limit awards so as not to exceed the amount of funds,
appropriated and lapsed, with which payment could have been made.
OPINION
Storino, J.
Claimant, MJC Constructors, Inc., (MJC) brings this action against the State of Illinois,
Department of Transportation - Division of Aeronautics (IDOT), Respondent, alleging breach of
contract and seeks monetary damages, plus interest and costs of suit. This Court has jurisdiction
pursuant to 705 ILCS 505/8.
Procedural History
MJC filed its Complaint on March 28, 2007, attaching a copy of the Construction
142 Contract and Bond.
Respondent filed its Answer on May 29, 2007, denying generally the allegations in MJC's
Complaint and setting forth affirmative defenses: a) MJC failed to timely complete the work as
provided by Contract plus extension time; b) MJC completed its work 123 days after the
allowable time; and c) Respondent is entitled to damages as provided by Contract for the failure
to timely complete the work. Respondent seeks a reduction of any judgment that is rendered by
a set-off amount that is attributable to MJC's breach of contract.
Final hearing was conducted October 22 and 23, 2008, before the assigned commissioner.
Facts
Claimant MJC was awarded Construction Contract No. 3501 (SC602) (the Contract) by
IDOT on October 4, 2005, for all work to be performed on the Sedimentation Basin Conversion
Project (the project) located at MidAmerica Airport in St. Clair County, Illinois. The three
sedimentation basins (also referred to as ponds), designated as Basin No. 178 (pond 1), Basin
No. 169 (pond 2) and Basin No. 145 (pond 3) were to be drained and reconstructed so as not to
retain water. Generally speaking, the goal was to eliminate standing water near the runways so
that birds and other wildlife would not be attracted to the area creating a safety hazard for air
traffic. Pond 1 drained according to plan and is not at issue here. Ponds 2 and 3 did not drain as
anticipated and are the center of this dispute.
The Contract
The required completion date under the terms of the Contract was sixty calendar days
from the date of commencement of work. Specifically, the Contract provided that work shall be
commenced within ten days after the Notice to Proceed (NTP) was issued. The NTP was issued
by IDOT on October 31, 2005. MJC sent a Construction Start Date letter to IDOT advising that
143 it began work on November 2, 2005. Accordingly, the initial required completion date was
calculated to be January 2, 2006, and an agreed damage figure of $550 per day for each day
beyond sixty days is provided by the Contract terms. MJC issued its notice of substantial
completion to IDOT on November 3, 2006.
The Contract provided that MJC shall furnish the materials for and perform all the work
in connection with the "sedimentation basin conversion" in the referenced project for the
Contract price of $303,000.00, based upon: the unit bid prices submitted on estimated quantities,
in strict accordance with listed provisions and employment practices; the Schedule of Prices
attached; the June 10, 2005, plan drawings prepared for IDOT by Earth Tech, Inc. (Earth Tech)
for the project; and the IDOT Standard Specifications for Construction of Airports dated January
1985, incorporated by reference into the Contract.
The parties agree that the Contract consists of the original Contract, the plan drawings
dated June 10, 2005, the Proposal, Change Orders 1 and 2, and the Standard Specifications for
Construction of Airports. The parties do not agree that Change Order 3 is part of the Contract at
issue because it seeks to assess the disputed liquidated damages at issue here.
The Letters
Although the parties disagree about the proper course of action, they do agree that the
project stood idle for several months and ponds 2 and 3 did not drain. In late December 2005,
MJC sought clear direction from Earth Tech regarding material unsuitable for grading to the
tolerances as provided by plan on ponds 2 and 3, along with a few other concerns about disposal
and equipment necessitated by conditions different than planned. Earth Tech told MJC the
grading would be adequate if no ponding occurred, even if tolerances are exceeded.
On January 11, 2006, MJC wrote Earth Tech that it needed the Resident Engineer to
144 locate and reference the centerline of survey and noted that MJC has been delayed by the lack of
this layout since December 28, 2005. MJC further acknowledged Earth Tech's position that the
work would be deemed acceptable if positive drainage is maintained. Further, MJC sets out the
conditions of materials and elevations different than those that could have been determined prior
to the bid and agreed to grade ponds 2 and 3, accordingly.
Thereafter, inclement weather rendered the site conditions unsuitable for work according
to MJC and, in particular, the haul road to be used for access to the ponds could not be
constructed. On February 7, 2006, MJC requested a Contract modification to allow for a solid
base haul road to provide site access. MJC requested and attended a meeting to discuss
accessibility on February 27, 2006. Thereafter, letters were exchanged disputing everything
from the weather to drainage methods, grading and security clearances.
Mother Nature then contributed to the drainage problem with abundant rainfall during
early 2006. Site conditions were saturated from December 2005, through March 2006. By
March 27, 2006, MJC was still seeking clear direction from Earth Tech on how to proceed and
had previously suggested a conference to air differences. On March 28, 2006, Earth Tech sent a
non-responsive letter that says, in essence, you already have our answer. Earth Tech
acknowledged the saturated condition of the ponds and the haul road on that date. On April 3,
2006, MJC wrote Earth Tech summarizing the work shutdown period on critical items since
November 28, 2005, and predicted that period would extend well into the spring and possibly
summer.
On May 9, 2006, MJC advised Earth Tech that 1) the pond excavations were complete to
the best of their abilities given the site conditions 2) requested confirmation that the ponds were
acceptable for seeding and erosion blanket, and 3) the haul route would be completed at the first
145 opportunity allowed by weather. An e-mail correspondence on May 18, 2006, to Earth Tech
from MJC advised that the haul route was still too wet and made the same request for Earth Tech
to review the site.
In response, on May 19, 2006, Earth Tech directed MJC to drain ponds 2 and 3 by
whatever means MJC decided was necessary with the goal of getting water to flow through.
Earth Tech advised MJC that draining and discing those ponds would expedite drying and allow
final grading to Contract specifications as discussed at the April 18, 2006, site meeting.
On May 24, 2006, MJC documented in a letter to Earth Tech that the site was still too
wet to work on the haul route, and reiterated that ponds 2 and 3 had vastly different material than
pond 1 at the bottom. The letter stated that as such, ponds 2 and 3 do not allow for excavation to
a sound bottom and prohibit access by the equipment to cut and fill to the lines and grades on the
plan drawings.
On May 31, 2006, MJC made a formal notice of claim for additional compensation and
requested an extension of time due to conditions other than those provided in the Contract, i.e.,
the bottoms of the ponds at issue are lower than indicated on the plan drawings and the contours
of those ponds are also different than those depicted on the contour sheets in the plan drawings.
In short, MJC asserted that pockets of water and unsuitable materials below the design elevations
require excavation and drainage not anticipated at the time of the bid.
On June 9, 2006, Earth Tech wrote MJC (received June 13, 2006) regarding the same,
now stale, disputes and claimed that it would consider recommending the exclusion of
unworkable days from the Contract period during inclement weather and items out of MJC's
control, if MJC details its justification for each day. Earth Tech directed MJC to return to work
by June 26, 2006, or be considered as failing to respond. On June 27, 2006, MJC wrote Earth
146 Tech confirming that MJC agreed to return to the site under protest, as well as track and
complete the additional work and submit an equitable adjustment of the Contract. Disputes
remain at the time of completion on ponds 2 and 3 as well as the necessity of the haul road.
The Ponds
Standing water remained in some areas of pond 3 in April 2006. On April 18, 2006, MJC
informed Earth Tech that the basin elevation in pond 3 was lower than represented in the plan
drawings preventing completion of work and a site meeting was held. This meeting confirmed
MJC's position since December 2005, that the lack of drainage rendered the area unworkable and
lower than depicted in the Contract.
On June 26, 2006, MJC wrote Earth Tech confirming that permission had been given by
Earth Tech to allow MJC to cut a drainage ditch through the berms, so long as MJC fills in and
re-establishes compaction to the berms' current condition. Also confirmed was MJC's
reservation of rights for additional costs incurred to complete the work. On June 27, 2006, Earth
Tech directed MJC to perform the work, claimed as additional work by MJC, under threat of
termination.
MJC breached the berm on pond 3 on June 29, 2006, so that excavation and grading
could be completed. The parties had not anticipated this method of drainage in its Contract and
do not agree that the actual elevation was substantially different than the plan drawings on pond
3. According to MJC, the previously requested survey information from Earth Tech received on
July 12, 2006, illustrates material differences than existing conditions represented in the
Contract; in particular, the existing grades in pond 3 were eighteen inches lower than represented
in the Contract. As a result, pond 3 did not drain through the discharge structure as planned
during bidding.
147 Ultimately, after the berm was breached in pond 3, it was regraded to adjusted grades by
the field representative to eliminate ponding by filling in the area, instead of excavating one foot
as originally called for in the Contract. MJC claims that it incurred an additional $13,803.57, in
costs to complete the work on pond 3 by breaching the berm and regrading the basin. On August
23, 2006, MJC submitted its proposal to Earth Tech with supporting documentation for work
completed on pond 3.
On August 4, 2006, MJC again notified Earth Tech that the reconstruction work could
not be performed according to the plan drawings for pond 2 because the conditions were
materially different than represented in the Contract. After breaching the berm two and one-half
feet lower than the drainage structure, the contours were as much as two feet lower in places than
the Contract indicated. This necessitated importing material to attain the final grades contained
in the Contract. Alternatively, a new outfall pipe could be installed at an elevation low enough
to insure drainage but the existing materials could not be prepared for seeding and blanket work.
MJC's suggestions in this regard had been presented to Earth Tech's field representative but were
summarily dismissed.
MJC received a letter dated August 14, 2006, from Earth Tech requesting a proposal to
lower the flow by installation of a new drainage pipe without providing necessary details. In
response, MJC submitted additional questions on August 17, 2006, regarding the specifications
for the new drain pipe, grades and elevations, as well as existing soils and backfill for pond 2.
On August 22, 2006, MJC submitted a proposal, included with its proposal for
corrections to pond 3, for a new discharge pipe installation for pond 2. On September 1, 2006,
MJC re-submitted a proposal separately for pond 2 in the amount of $12,526.00, clarifying the
scope of work and terms for the new discharge pipe, excluding investigative costs incurred to
148 identify the problems. On October 11, 2006, MJC submitted yet another proposal on pond 2 in
the amount of $23,989.00. This proposal included a 30 day extension. Work on pond 2 was idle
from August 4, 2006, through September 7, 2006, at which time MJC received Earth Tech's
approval to perform work now known as Change Order 2. MJC completed the grading work on
pond 2 on October 6, 2006, but the weather did not allow for immediate seeding.
Completion
Ultimately, Earth Tech sent a non-compliance letter to MJC dated October 23, 2006,
demanding corrective action within ten days by providing a written plan for the completion of
the Contract and threatening default. MJC provided its written plan on October 26, 2006,
addressing the outstanding work for seeding (3 to 4 days work) and removal of the silt fence
after seventy-five percent growth (2 days work). Because Earth Tech would not discuss the
contents of its non-compliance letter with MJC, the written plan was prepared based upon MJC's
own assessment of the project and invited changes or corrections within two days.
On November 3, 2006, MJC notified Earth Tech of substantial completion and requested
a final inspection. Earth Tech notified IDOT on November 13, 2006, of the substantial
completion date. On November 20, 2006, Earth Tech requested MJC to provide its requested
time extension justifying the accumulation of each calendar day beyond the sixty calendar days
approved.
Damages Claimed
MJC alleges that IDOT has failed to pay a remaining principal balance due of
$67,330.07, pursuant to Contract and, further, failed to pay $13,803.57, as the value for the
supervision, labor, material and equipment, including overhead and profit for extra work
performed by MJC on pond 3. MJC also alleges that it is due $23,989.00 for extra work
149 performed as directed by IDOT. Finally, MJC alleges that it performed extra work on the project
haul road at the direction of IDOT valued at $9,790.43. The total amount MJC claims due and
owing for all Contract work, including extra work on pond 2, pond 3 and the project haul road is
$110,275.07. MJC contends that the liquidated damages clause in the Contract is invalid and
unenforceable.
Respondent claims that it does not owe the amount claimed and, further, that the
appropriate calculation of liquidated damages to be used as a set-off against any monies owed
under the Contract is $550 per day, pursuant to the Proposal at page 2, for 123 days of unexcused
delay.
Summary of Relevant Testimony
Cornell Meyer (Meyer), President and CEO of MJC at all relevant times, testified as
follows: He has been in the construction industry since 1975 performing contracts of varied
sizes. At the time of this Contract, MJC had sufficient capacity and experience to perform what
should have been a relatively simple project. Meyer identified the plan drawings and described
his course of action to drain the ponds. He was assured by Jim Anderson with the Division of
Aeronautics that the Contract time was not an issue recognizing that the seeding, mulching and
fertilizing could not be performed in the winter.
In bidding the Contract, Meyer relied on the information from the owner that the Contract
documents were accurate and complete. Initial plans provided temporary measures to control
sediment runoff and silt erosion in anticipation of drainage flow when the plug was pulled on the
ponds. MJC mobilized its equipment on November 2, 2005, and demobilized in April 2006.
Pond 1 drained, the bottom was relatively stable and it was put to grade. In one of the ponds,
they expected a problem in two smaller areas which would require a pump to drain. No problem
150 was anticipated in the other pond, according to the plan drawings.
MJC began draining and grading even though Earth Tech did not perform the survey
work establishing center line control points for staking of the project until January 2006. Two
of the ponds did not drain as anticipated. In response, MJC proposed that the area be
overexcavated, then filled instead of cut as required in the Contract at extra cost. Meyer testified
that MJC could not get Earth Tech to address the problem and then unfavorable weather
conditions set in. As the project sat idle for the next few months, MJC continued to monitor the
site, remained mobilized and felt comfortable that time was not an issue. No one from IDOT or
Earth Tech was complaining that the project was not completed nor threatening liquidated
damages, even though the project was now outside the sixty day period.
Meyer scheduled a meeting with IDOT, Division of Aeronautics, and its representatives
in February to address the outstanding issues but that meeting was unsuccessful. Meyer did not
ask for a time extension on the Contract at any time, relying upon earlier representations by Jim
Anderson, that time was not an issue. Earth Tech's letter to Meyer dated March 9, 2006, was the
first mention to Meyer that the project was overdue.
The haul route did not have a complete design. It did not provide drainage for the low
areas on the haul route and Earth Tech would not address that issue either. Ultimately, MJC
waited for the haul road area to dry up in summer and they installed stone in areas that had
flooded.
In late March 2006, MJC was still seeking direction from Earth Tech on how to handle
the soft and yielding materials, i.e., whether they should use fill from the edge of the site or go
off-site. Because this was a change not contemplated in the Contract, MJC could not make a
unilateral decision. Earth Tech suggested a meeting at the work site would not be productive
151 due to the saturated conditions. Excavation work had been completed and MJC demobilized in
April 2006, because it was clear that material did not need to be hauled out due to the grades
lower than the Contract plan.
MJC's letter dated May 31, 2006, to Earth Tech put them on notice that MJC was
incurring additional costs and that Earth Tech's failure to address the issues presented had
prevented MJC from performance under the Contract. Meyer explained that no work had been
performed since April 28, 2006, because MJC was still waiting for the ponds to drain or
direction on how to handle the conditions where the grades were too low. No one had replied to
MJC's suggestion of overexcavating and backfilling or otherwise address the problems
presented. MJC then proposed to Earth Tech, on June 20, 2006, a cut through the existing levies
on the two problematic ponds. This work was considered extra work because it would have been
unnecessary if the grades were as represented on the Contract drawings. This type of change in
design, lowering grades and breaching berms, is something that must be authorized.
Meyer testified further that Earth Tech accepted MJC's proposal, the change work was
performed and it took another month to drain the ponds to dry out the soil. When the pond
drained, the elevations were determined to be one and one-half to two feet lower over about 80%
of the pond than what the Contract drawings represented. Excavation was never needed in the
areas where the grades were lower than represented. Once clearing and grubbing was complete,
it was apparent that fill material would be needed to build up the bottom and reach final grade
requirements of the Contract.
Earth Tech claimed the grades were lower due to earlier excavation by MJC. Meyer
denied that was possible because excavation could not be performed until the pond was drained
and all work done after drainage was just clearing and grubbing. Additional direction was
152 needed to complete the project and ultimately MJC was instructed to leave the bottom materials
in place.
Meyer calculated the pond 2 design changes and submitted a claim for $23,989.00.
Regarding pond 3, MJC was told to file a claim which it did in the amount of $13,803.57. No
one challenged any of the costs or supporting documents submitted by MJC.
Significantly, MJC received a default notice on October 23, 2006, from IDOT (and
copied to their bonding company) at a time when the only remaining work was three to four days
of light duty seeding work. A default notice on MJC's record was a very serious matter that
directly impacted their ability to obtain additional work. When MJC attempted to contact Earth
Tech after receiving the default notice, MJC was told by Tom Goode at Earth Tech that the
Division of Aeronautics instructed him not to talk to MJC.
The project was substantially complete for its design purpose in September 2006. On
November 3, 2006, MJC advised that the project was 100% complete including the seeding
work.
Regarding damages, Meyer testified that MJC and IDOT differed on certain pay items
such as quantities for excavation work, seeding work, and clearing and grubbing. MJC incurred
additional costs to drain and regrade the haul road. Meyer also testified that Nollau, the seeding
contractor, is entitled through MJC to recover on the claim he submitted because the haul roads
are specified on the Contract drawings as having areas of soil disturbance included for payment
under the seeding clause. Meyer believes that IDOT's position is that the seeding near the haul
road is incidental to the Contract despite contrary language in the Contract.
MJC submitted a request for a time extension detailing the delays caused by weather,
lack of direction and approval for changes, and additional work required because of the change
153 in conditions. The calendar submitted by Meyer marking the days that MJC was able to work on
the critical path indicated a total of 68 days. Meyer testified that he believes that he should
receive the time extension through the end of the project and no liquidated damages should be
assessed.
Upon cross-examination, Meyer testified that he believes each and every item of the
project has been completed, including punch list items given to him by IDOT such as silt fence,
construction debris and contractor's lock removal. He testified as to his awareness of a lawsuit in
St. Clair County claiming that MJC owes Nollau approximately $30,000 for work on this
project. Meyer admitted that MJC wrote a letter on February 7, 2006, claiming access to the site
was the problem, rather than basin conditions. Meyer also admitted that at the beginning of the
project, MJC was looking for the machine to put the rock down on the haul road. Meyer denied
that incompletion of the haul road until the summer of 2006 delayed the project and, instead,
Meyer claimed that MJC used the haul road anyway for their equipment and that all of the
excavation work was done without the haul road completion.
Meyer denied threatening Tom Goode at the meeting in Springfield with IDOT
Aeronautics. Meyer admitted that there were several new plans that contemplated earlier
completion dates which were not met. Meyer quoted four reasons for delays: 1) weather; 2)
extremely wet soil after draining; 3) changes to the work caused by conditions materially
different than the Contract documents represented; and 4) the award of the Contract at a time
when it was impossible to perform the work inside of sixty calendar days. Meyer was unaware
of being given an option to wait until spring to start the Contract. Security clearances and a
permit acquisition initially held up issuance of the Notice to Proceed, according to Meyer. The
airport was not busy so Meyer did not believe that MJC's presence was a problem, despite the
154 necessity for ingress and egress clearance.
Meyer clarified that 90% of the sedimentation in pond 2 did not have to be excavated. He
believed that an accurate quantity was difficult to determine and Meyer's best guess was based
on the volume change. Meyer observed MJC employees shooting grades in the field and also
observed the cross-sections supplied. The only excavation was clearing and grubbing of
materials that stayed in the basin on top of the sediment for incorporation into the final grade.
The two berms breached for draining ponds 2 and 3 were changes to the Contract, in
Meyer's opinion, and qualified for additional remuneration. Meyer agreed that he considered the
berm cuts beyond the scope of the original Contract and understood that Earth Tech considered
those cuts to be within the scope of the Contract. Meyer believed that the Contract drawings
show reasonably what they could anticipate on how the project could perform but, because
conditions were different than what was represented on the drawings, the drainage did not
perform as anticipated. The only specified method of drainage in the Contract was to remove the
portion of the outlet structures so the blockage would be removed. Methods for excavation were
not specified in the Contract. To estimate the amount of soil excavated, Meyer testified that
MJC verified the volume change calculations from the cross-sections that implied over 15,000
yards and used load counts to reach an estimate. However, Meyer maintains that MJC did not
touch 90% of pond 2 for excavation.
Regarding the sixty calendar day completion requirement, Meyer testified that the
calculation of time must consider changes and weather, versus critical path work, and points out
that the Contract also required that work get started by September 16, 2005. The work actually
started November 2, 2005, and work was performed through December 2005. Critical path work
could not be resumed until September 2006.
155 The two maps used for reference during trial were drawn by MJC's engineer, Brian
Marks, based on information contained in the Contract drawings and field shots. Meyer
admitted that he is not a registered engineer by education and his testimony was based on
experience. In his opinion, some shrinkage in the bottom of the ponds would occur from
drainage and swelling may occur for a short period of time when it rained.
On re-direct, Meyer testified that after the berm was cut on pond 2, and it was verified
that the bottom of that pond was lower than indicated in the Contract documents, Earth Tech
then asked for a proposal for cutting the berm, a new pipe installation, lowering the elevation
below the outlet structure, and backfilling the berm. Although Earth Tech may not have agreed
in June 2006, that cutting the berm in pond 2 was outside the scope of the Contract, Meyer
believes that by August, Earth Tech seemed to agree with MJC which ultimately led to a change
order.
Regarding the punch list, Meyer testified that there was no reference in the final closeout
document from IDOT that there remained any punch list items open. Meyer also clarified his
position that the haul road did not need to be rocked to complete the dirt work and, MJC used a
grass haul road to access the site. Meyer also explained the requirement for the use of a rock
paver which was ultimately waived. In his experience, IDOT specifies the use of a rock paver to
minimize the amount of overage on the quantity of stone which is itemized as a unit price at
IDOT's expense. This has nothing to do with the performance of the roadway and, instead, is a
cost control measure. When stone application is quoted as a lump sum pay item, as it was here,
the requirement for a rock paver could be waived because the quality, amount and application
width of the stone is not a cost item to IDOT. In this case, IDOT asked for a $250 credit to
waive the rock paver and MJC agreed. By the time this agreement was reached, it was too far
156 into the winter months for work to continue.
A letter dated April 21, 2006, from MJC to Earth Tech assumed that nothing more could
be done with respect to excavating and grading ponds 2 and 3 and requested permission to seed
the pond basins, as is. That request was denied, so the schedule could not be met. Another
schedule was proposed by MJC to Earth Tech on May 9, 2006, which was dependent upon
approval of design changes given the site conditions, and that request was also denied rendering
the proposed schedule impossible. Meyer testified this was another example of MJC trying to
solve the problems presented by the changed site conditions. Meyer was firm that MJC was not
"dragging its feet."
On re-cross examination, Meyer testified that IDOT was not giving them a solution, so
he was proposing a schedule to just finish up seeding even though pond 2 still had water in its
basin. Meyer was asked whether or not the change order included compensation for the berm
cut, and he specifically referenced the acceptance of his proposal which allowed for a change to
cut the channel, remove existing structure, install a new pipe and backfill. Meyer testified that
change order 3 was an adjustment of pay quantities. He did not believe it to be part of the
original agreement.
The Respondent called to testify Daniel Jason Trapp (Trapp), a professional civil
engineer who worked for Earth Tech as the engineer of record on this project. At the time of his
testimony Trapp was employed by St. Clair County, MidAmerica Airport. He testified that Earth
Tech developed the original plans for the project at issue and had an employee on site during
95% of the work. Trapp testified that the one-foot contours on the maps provided as exhibits and
part of the Contract drawings are accurate within one foot showing a very irregular contour on
the surface of the basins. These were provided by a licensed surveyor prior to the start of the
157 project using boats and waders while water was present in the pond. Given the contours, Trapp
believed the specifications would call for filling the areas with existing soils, not imported
material. Step one would be draining the existing water by removing the perforated pipe in each
of the basins. Based upon the drawings, Trapp estimated the approximately one-half of pond 2
would not drain based upon the contours represented. After the plug was pulled, he believed that
the drainage looked similar to the contours represented, and expected the southern half of the
pond to retain water. On pond 3, MJC used the same method of pulling the plug to remove
water. The entire purpose of the project was to drain the ponds so that they did not attract
wildlife in the area of the airport.
Trapp testified that, in the spirit of getting things done, they agreed to allow pond 2 to be
graded at the same elevation with fine grading of any irregularities for drainage. A new drain
was installed beneath the lowest elevation which allowed performance admittedly not at the
elevations originally intended. Earth Tech calculated a quantity of excavation based upon the
existing contours. The actual measured quantities were based upon another set of surveys after
the plugs were pulled and most of the water had drained. A different surveyor than the one who
did the existing contours took the cross sections. After the grading was complete, the second
surveyor took final cross sections to calculate the final earth work quantities. Trapp testified that
the general layout of the existing contours was not dramatically different than the proposed
elevations.
Trapp did not recommend that the claim for extra work by MJC on pond 2 be paid. He
also felt that MJC's claim for work to cut the berm for drainage on pond 3 was not extra work
but, instead, was required as a part of the Contract with no changes in the scope of the work.
Trapp has seen contractors use sumps to drain water and does not know whether MJC used a
158 sump for drainage because he was not on site every day.
The unique qualities of this project were within the airport security regulations, so the
contractor's personnel did have security clearance and were required to maintain radio control
with air traffic control. Trapp would have expected the haul road to be the first thing completed
because it provided access to the site but the rock was not put in until the following summer. He
believes that MJC used an area adjacent to the haul road for their work, even though that area
was not intended for construction traffic. The haul road was excavated but rock was not timely
placed so water could not drain. Trapp believes this was in violation of the Standard
Specifications for Construction of Airports, incorporated into the Contract, which says the grade
shall be maintained so that it will be well drained at all times. Trapp testified that MJC's letter of
February 7, 2006, claiming that site access was delaying the project was written during the time
frame when the haul route was dug, but no rock placed in it.
In his opinion, Trapp believed that the basin soils were not, as claimed by Meyer,
"unsuitable." Earth Tech told MJC in letters, and verbally, that there was no problem with the
suitability of the soils, but that the basins were wet and needed drainage, according to Trapp. On
several occasions, Earth Tech told MJC that the ponded areas needed to be drained, keeping in
mind the goal of water flow through the basins with no ponding.
Eventually, MJC was authorized to proceed with a change order to install the new outlet
structure at the lower elevation and was paid $12,526.00 for that installation. This included the
berm cut with filling and replacing. However, Trapp did not consider this payment a concession
that the berm cut was an addition or change to the Contract. Instead, the change order was
issued in the spirit of cooperation. Trapp admitted that the lower elevation was a foot to a footand-a-half lower than the existing elevation which caused the final grades to be revised to a
159 lower point for the new structure.
Trapp explained his comments on the IDOT contractor's performance evaluation that
MJC was confrontational, uncooperative and nonresponsive throughout the duration of the
project. He cited instances of confrontational words, blocked communications and refusal to
perform the Contract requirements such as rock placement on the haul road and drainage of the
basins. Trapp believed that MJC just refused to complete the project and, ultimately, a default
letter was issued.
The third and final change order included line item deductions or add-ons such as a oneand-a-half acre deduction from the Contract for clearing and grubbing unclassified excavations.
In comparing the items, Trapp noted that there was roughly a twenty percent increase in the
estimated cubic yards of unclassified excavation because the final grades did not match the
proposed grades in the plans.
Regarding Contract time, Trapp testified that it took 367 calendar days to complete this
project and MJC was given 184 calendar days of credit. According to Trapp, this project never
went into a winter shutdown period. He referenced several daily reports citing workable
conditions but no work by MJC. In addition, Trapp believed seven punch list items remained
incomplete.
Earth Tech submitted amendments to its original consulting agreement for $33,000.00,
additional costs incurred due to the Contract overrun. On cross-examination, Trapp testified that
the costs submitted in the amendments had nothing to do with design services and he did not
know the exact amount that was charged by Earth Tech to IDOT. He also did not know whether
IDOT should be required to pay for Earth Tech services of being on site during the same period
of time MJC was given a time extension. Trapp claimed they did not specifically keep track of
160 time extension days separately because that was the intent of the liquidated damages. He was
on-site during the beginning of the Contract during spring and summer and would make a site
visit two to three times a week. Other Earth Tech personnel were responsible for being there on
a daily basis. It would take approximately ten minutes to drive to the project site and about an
hour total to gain access, check the site, do the paperwork and return. Trapp made no effort and
was not asked to calculate the time Earth Tech charged IDOT for days where MJC did not work,
but could have worked.
Trapp could not recall the exact date when Earth Tech actually approved the design
change giving MJC notice to proceed but believes it was reasonably on or about September 7,
2006. Prior to that, work in that pond was not proceeding. Earth Tech's sample of daily field
reports during August 2006, recorded that the site was workable but MJC was not working and
did not reference that MJC was waiting on direction from Earth Tech.
When the berm was breached on pond 2 with Earth Tech's permission, Trapp did not
consider it to be an extra to the Contract. He witnessed the rush of water as soon as the berm
was breached and agreed that no materials were taken out of the basin after it dried. Instead,
materials were moved within the basin for fine grading. Trapp agreed that the existing
elevations were lower than the proposed elevations but contended that Earth Tech knew from the
existing contours that the basin was lower than the outflow structure and that is why it did not
drain. Trapp did not agree that the entire pond was a foot to two feet less than as indicated in the
Contract documents. He believed the bottom half varied in existing contours and, eventually,
Trapp agreed that to grade the bottom of pond 2, to the planned elevation, it would have required
fill in the bottom part. Trapp testified that Earth Tech had as-built elevations which are the final
cross sections used for quantity calculations.
161 In May 2005, Trapp used the Contract plans and the cross sections of the baseline
established by survey to estimate cut and fill in the proposed project in the amounts of total cut,
3,828.38 cubic yards, and fill, 1,347.48 cubic yards. Trapp agreed that MJC's calculations for
cut and fill were fairly close to these estimates. For pond 2, the final cut measurement was 5,988
cubic yards instead of the anticipated 3,828 cubic yards because the proposed grades were
different than the final grades which were much lower.
Trapp did not agree that the design change needed to lower the outflow structure was
because when the pond dried up, it was two feet lower than anticipated. Trapp testified that
when it was dry, the pond was very similar to what was shown on the plans with tons of
irregularities and holes which needed regrading to drain. Trapp did not realize MJC had used a
sump pump in recognition of low areas that did not drain and would not admit that one of the
assumptions made in allotting time for this Contract was how long it would take for initial
drainage.
After cross-examination pertaining to a scratch sheet produced in discovery by Earth
Tech estimating two days for dewatering of the project, Trapp claimed it was not his
handwriting, and that he did not know if it pertained to this project or whether the estimation
contemplated draining only the ponds at issue. He believed that dewatering could have included
a sump pump, pulling the plugs or cutting temporary ditches. Trapp maintained that all the pond
bottoms existed as were represented in the Contract documents. The MidAmerica St. Louis
Airport Sedimentation Basin Maintenance Project workday estimate prepared by Earth Tech as a
preliminary work-up included two days for dewatering of all basins and partial demolition of
existing outflow structures. The estimate for dewatering did not reference breaching a berm and
Trapp agreed that Earth Tech would certainly request permission for doing so.
162 Regarding Change Order 2, Trapp testified that it would not have been fair to approve a
new pipe and not approve payment for cutting the ditch. According to Trapp, MJC refused to
place the final grades as shown on the plans so an additional outflow structure was necessary.
However, Trapp admitted that in order for MJC to place the grades on pond 2, to the planned
elevation, it would have required a couple thousand yards of fill.
Trapp believed the Contract contained terms that allow for MJC to elect a winter
shutdown for a reasonable amount of time and Earth Tech recommended they do so. Since MJC
returned to work in April 2006, it could have shut down for six months beginning in November
2005, through April 2006, without incurring any additional calendar days on the Contract.
After extensive questioning on excavation from pond 2, Trapp would not concede that the
large cut overrun was because the bottom was lower than planned. He believed the amount
shown on the final survey results was excavated by MJC from pond 2 despite the fact that MJC
demobilized at the end of April 2006, and the records show no excavation had gone on in pond 2
since that time.
The punch list was not sent to MJC after December 2006, because, according to Trapp,
the list had been made clear before that time and nobody had responded. Trapp did not recall
any clearing or grubbing in pond 2 after the berm was breached. At the time of the default letter
threatening termination of MJC, there was not a lot of work to be done, and Trapp believed the
Contract was not substantially complete at that time because three days of seeding work was
pretty significant.
Trapp agreed that the haul road should have conformed to the contours of the land and
the contractor was not allowed to raise or lower areas. He believed that if the rock had been
placed down, the road would have held up, even in the low areas underwater. The seeding for
163 the haul road was included in the lump sum payment, according to Trapp, and there was no
Contract clause that would allow seeding as a separate pay item. He believed seeding and mulch
would be required for the construction of the haul road because the Contract required any areas
disturbed by activities related to the project shall be returned to the original condition. This work
was considered incidental to the Contract.
Earth Tech did have as-built drawings for the ponds done and Trapp knew the location of
those drawings but they were not produced in connection with the lawsuit. When questioned
about the survey initially performed on these ponds, Trapp testified that he did not watch the
surveyors and does not know their specific methods but he believed them to be licensed
surveyors who accurately represented the existing contours of the ponds.
Respondent next called to testify Michael F. Wilhelm (Wilhelm) who works for IDOT as
the section chief of construction and materials at the Illinois Division of Aeronautics. The
Division of Aeronautics functions as the agent of the airport using an agency-inparticipation
agreement. He is familiar with the Contract at issue and the liquidated damages component at
$550 per day as well as MidAmerica Airport. Wilhelm believed the airport was financially
impacted by its safety concerns and project overruns requiring engineering personnel to be out in
the field. IDOT also incurred added costs on this project such as monitoring the work not
performed yet and closing out the grant. The extra time involved is not calculated because there
is no physical way to keep track of other entities.
On cross-examination, Wilhelm testified that ninety-five percent of the liquidated
damages would go to the federal government, FAA, and two-and-a-half percent would go back
to the state and two-and-a-half percent would go to the local sponsor, the airport. He admitted
that IDOT would have precise billings from Earth Tech on the 116 days not excused for delay
164 and could calculate to the penny how much Earth Tech charged for its services. He admitted that
such calculation had not been done.
Wilhelm's information on the project came from Earth Tech representatives and what he
witnessed at the site. He believed that MJC refused to place fill in pond 2 as required by the
Contract and disapproved the extra requested by MJC to do so. In the spirit of cooperation, they
did approve a different type of extra to solve the problem in pond 2, in an effort to get the work
complete and the uncooperative contractor out of the site. Wilhelm was involved with the
project by information received from their consultant, Earth Tech, and having visited the site one
time and at the final inspection. He was present at the Springfield meeting and considered
Meyer to be belligerent and threatening.
On rebuttal, Meyer testified that MJC is a foreign corporation and was in good standing
in Missouri. After learning that MJC's certificate in Illinois had expired, he renewed the
certificate in Illinois on that date. With regard to pond 2, Meyer testified that MJC had been
proposing all along to bring in materials to meet the planned elevations. However, the grades
had dropped out of the pond when it was drained. The disconnect for Earth Tech and IDOT is
that, instead of 2,000 yards of fill, it would require 4,000 yards of fill to balance the grade. MJC
requested, as an extra to the Contract, the additional fill to bring the pond up to final grades
according to plan. This request was interpreted by Earth Tech and IDOT to be a refusal. Meyer
believed that after the pond drained out at the end of July, the bottom dropped out and that
explained where the dirt went after the end of April. No excavation work was done in pond 2
after April 2006. This difference was illustrated on the color-coded computer interpretation
created by comparing the original estimate by Earth Tech that called for taking out 1,800 to
2,000 yards of cut in the pond (which would have left enough dirt to balance the fill requirement
165 in the rest of the pond) with the revised interpretation based on actual grades.
To clarify MJC's efforts to drain the ponds, Meyer testified that MJC did use sump
pumps on ponds 2 and 3 and cut trenches within the basin. He believed that breaching the berms
was not contemplated by the Contract and permission was necessary before doing so. MJC's
records show that the excavation equipment was removed from the job site on April 26, 2006,
and no excavation work was done after that date, other than to breach two berms and refill.
Meyer was unaware of any e-mail blocking as alleged by Earth Tech but is aware of problems
with e-mail attachments.
The new outflow pipe was installed on pond 2 at a different elevation, and, without that
change, the project could not have been completed in accordance with the Contract.
On cross-examination, Meyer testified that it would have been possible to make the final
grades on pond 2 according to plan, if the State had been willing to pay for it. The color-ceded
computer interpretation was prepared using the Contract drawings and the final grades shot by
MJC. Meyer testified that it is possible that the pond shrank or that the materials were never
there in the first instance, making it impossible to determine an accurate excavation quantity.
Legal Analysis
Changed Conditions
The instant matter is a classic case of what is commonly referred to in contract law as
"changed conditions" which entitles a contractor to additional compensation under the contract
for extra worked performed. Kenny Construction Co. of Illinois, v. Metropolitan Sanitary
District of Greater Chicago, 56 Ill. 2d 516; 309 N.E.2d 221 (1974). In this case, MJC
reasonably relied on the Contract documents with the elevations given to assume that the basins
would gravity drain once the plugs were pulled. In fact, documents used by Earth Tech to
166 prepare an estimate of Contract performance time assumed a two-day drainage. Pond 1 did
gravity drain, exactly as predicted. Ponds 2 and 3 did not drain as anticipated when the drainage
plug was pulled because, the bottom was actually different than depicted on the Contract
drawings, in some areas, rendering the anticipated gravity drainage impossible. If the bottom
was, indeed, as depicted on the Contract drawings, then those basins would have drained in a
matter of a few days. They did not. Instead, ponds 2 and 3 required berms to be cut and an
outflow structure to be installed two feet below the design elevation.
Earth Tech's position on pond 2 is that MJC must have excavated too much material.
This argument is not supported by the facts. Clearly, MJC had performed approximately onehalf of the planned cut in pond 2 and then demobilized its excavation equipment. No excavation
was performed in pond 2 after April 2006, according to site reports. After the berm was cut, the
pond drained and a final survey was taken, it was discovered that the actual bottom elevation on
pond 2 was lower than the Contract drawings, explaining why gravity drainage did not work.
Pond 3 also required a berm to be cut to achieve drainage.
The substantial amount of fill required to meet the planned grades is further evidence that
the conditions were materially different than contemplated by the Contract.
Damages
This Court recognizes the "Spearin Doctrine" which sets forth that an owner "in a
construction situation necessarily impliedly warrants that the plans and specifications are
possible to perform, are adequate for performance and free from defects." United States v.
Spearin, 248 U.S. 132 (1918); Gust K. Newberg Const. Co. v. State, 36 Ill. Ct.Cl. 93, 95-96
(1984). The government, as owner, is required to reimburse a contractor who incurs additional
costs due to a faulty plan or specifications the government provides the contractor to perform the
167 contract. See Oldenburg v. Hagemann, 159 Ill. App.3d 631, 512 N.E.2d 718 (2d Dist. 1987).
Here, MJC had the right to rely, and did rely, on the accuracy of the Contract drawings to
perform the Contract. According to the elevations represented, if the plugs were pulled on the
ponds, gravity drainage would occur with the exception of two small areas in pond 2 that may
have been lower than the plug. MJC anticipated that the bottoms may have been higher than
represented because of sedimentation, but in no event did MJC expect the pond bottoms to be
lower than depicted on the Contract drawings because there is no scour. This was a reasonable
assumption confirmed by Earth Tech's pre-bid reports estimating two days for "dewatering of all
basins ..." and anticipation of a rush of water once the plugs were pulled. Pond 1 drainage was
further evidence that gravity drainage would be sufficient if the elevations were accurately
represented.
Pond 2 would have required 4,000 cubic yards of fill to bring the grades to planned
elevations and raise the bottom of the pond to level of the existing plug. IDOT elected the lesser
expensive option and eventually chose to lower the plug and reshape the bottoms lower than the
planned elevations. Since no excavation had been performed since April 2006, and MJC had
only performed one-half of the anticipated cut, clearly the bottom of pond 2 was substantially
lower than represented on the Contract drawings in at least one-half of the pond.
To compute the 123 day delay ($67,650.00 in claimed liquidated damages), IDOT does
not factor in its own delay in approving the design change necessitated by the basin conditions
being different than represented in the Contract drawings. In the end, Change Order 2 for
critical path work essential to the completion of the Project, i.e., installation of a new outfall
pipe and grading below planned elevation in pond 2, was formally approved by Earth Tech in its
letter of September 7, 2006. Design changes cannot be made by the contractor, MJC, so delays
168 up to that date should have been excused. The project was substantially complete by November
3, 2006, so liquidated damages cannot be assessed by IDOT for Contract delay.
Furthermore, the Court is not convinced that the liquidated damages provision at issue
($550 per day) would have been enforceable as a "reasonable forecast of just compensation" nor
is it convinced that actual damages would have been very difficult to determine. The amount
withheld by IDOT would have functioned more as an impermissible penalty on these facts, since
time was not of the essence and no analysis was undertaken to set an approximation of actual
damages. In fact, IDOT could have proven to the penny how much it paid Earth Tech during the
claimed delayed period, but failed to do so.
MJC also makes a damage claim for IDOT's failure to pay $23,989.00, due for extra
work on pond 2 and $13,803.57, due for extra work on pond 3, for costs incurred as the
consequences of defects in the Contract drawings. IDOT has not challenged the reasonableness
or quantifications for those charges.
IDOT does challenge the extra costs incurred for MJC to raise the general elevation of
the haul road. The Contract required MJC to put in a rock road on the existing contours of the
land. However, the design did not address drainage problems on the road and, additional rock
was required to meet Contract plans.
Respondent requests a set-off for $33,000.00, in costs incurred for its Resident Engineer
during the time period it alleges MJC delayed. Those costs were not proven by Respondent and,
in any event, cannot be assessed against MJC when it was not the cause of the delay. Earth Tech
acknowledged that during this time period, MJC was entitled to an extension. MJC is correct
that it cannot be "charged," in the form of a setoff, for time spent by Earth Tech on a day for
which MJC was given an extension. No set-off is warranted on these facts.
169 The issue of outstanding bills, if any, owed by MJC to Nollau, its subcontractor, is not
before this Court.
CONCLUSION
For the forgoing reasons, this Court finds in favor of Claimant MJC Constructors, Inc.,
and against Respondent in the sum of $110,275.07, which includes the release of $67,650.00,
withheld in liquidated damages. Claimant is denied interest and costs of suit as such damages
are not recoverable. See Tully v. State, 47 Ill. Ct. Cl. 400, 404-405 (1994).
However, as is often the case, the question of entering an award remains before the
Court. This Court cannot enter an award unless sufficient funds remain unexpended in the
appropriation made to fund the project. See Loewenburg/Fitch Partnership v. State, 38 Ill. Ct.
Cl. 227 (1986); see also Ude, Inc. v. State, 35 Ill. Ct. Cl. 384 (1982). There is no evidence in the
record before the Court as to the amount of funds remaining from the project.
It is this Court's policy in breach of contract claims to limit awards so as not to exceed the
amount of funds, appropriated and lapsed, with which payment could have been made. James
Cape & Sons Co. v. State, 52 Ill. Ct. Cl. 322, 366 (2000). To do otherwise would be the same as
granting a deficiency appropriation. Id. The appropriation of State funds is the constitutional
prerogative of the Illinois General Assembly. It is the Court's duty to advise the General
Assembly. Thorlief Larsen and Son, Inc. v. State, 42 Ill. Ct. Cl. 195 (1990); J. F. Inc. v. State, 41
Ill. Ct. Cl. 5 (1988); Fru-Con Corp. v. State, 50 Ill. Ct. Cl. 50 (1996). Therefore, before entering
an award for the Claimant or making a recommendation to the General Assembly, we need
additional information.
Accordingly, Respondent is ordered to file the fiscal data on this project, including the
balance of the funds which lapsed at the conclusion of this project. Respondent shall file this
170 information with the Clerk of this Court within 21 days. Upon the Court's receipt of the fiscal
information, the Court will enter its final order in this case.
171 (No. 03-CC-0452 – Claim denied)
ROBERT SZENIAWSKI, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION, Respondent.
Opinion filed September 4, 2011
RUSSELL KOFOED, Counsel for Claimant
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JESSICA OSORIO, Assistant Attorney General, of
counsel), for Respondent.
Duty of Reasonable Care, Notice- The State is not the insurer of the safety of persons
entering its premises, but it does owe a duty of reasonable care in maintaining its
property. Claimant must establish by a preponderance of the evidence that Respondent
breached its duty of reasonable care in maintaining its property, and that Respondent's
negligence was the proximate cause of Claimant's injury. Claimant must also establish
that the State had actual or constructive notice of the dangerous condition. IDOT did not
receive any reports of an unfilled hole at, or near the subject location. Claimant did not
establish that Respondent had notice of the defect, if any existed, therefore, his claim was
denied.
ORDER
Kubasiak, J.
This matter comes before this court on the complaint of ROBERT SZENIAWSKI,
Claimant, and against THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, Illinois Department of Transportation,
Respondent, seeking damages for personal injuries and seeking damages in the amount of
$100,000.00.
The facts are as follows:
Claimant was simultaneously employed; full-time as a laborer by Keebler's Cookies and
part-time for Catholic Charities as a seasonal laborer at the cemetery. Claimant testified that on
April 12, 2002 at approximately 12:30 p.m. in the course of his employment, he was assigned to
pick up debris along 111th street, approximately 150 feet east of Ridgeland Avenue. He stated
that as he walked down the hill on the grassy area, approximately one foot from the 111th street
curb, his foot went into a 6 inch hole. He continued to clean up the fence line and then about
172 2:15 p.m. he told his supervisor that he thought he had damaged his knee.
On April 15, 2002 Claimant visited his doctor, Anton Fakouri, M.D. of Midwest
Orthopedic Consultants, S.C, and reported that he had injured his knee while working in a grassy
area near the cemetery. The April 15, 2002 notes of Dr. Stephen Sokolski, D.O. of Advocate
Christ Medical Center, also indicated Claimant's report of having twisted his knee while working
at the cemetery. The medical records of the April 15, 2002 visit show that Claimant reported to
his physician that his recovery from a prior injury had been progressing well until the week
before when he lifted something heavy at work and his knee "gave out," causing him to fall. At
trial, Claimant testified he was unable to recall that conversation.
At the time of the incident Claimant was 42 years old, 6 feet 6 inches tall, and
approximately 300 pounds. Claimant's medical history included diabetes, non-healing wounds,
staph infections, and problems with his right foot, left leg, and left knee. In June 2000,
approximately two years before this incident Claimant underwent an MRI scan of his left knee,
and another MRI in January 2001. Approximately 13 months prior to this incident Claimant
underwent orthoscopic surgery on his left knee, but declined knee replacement because his
doctor suggested that Claimant's then age of 42 years was too young for replacement. Claimant
returned to work on March 4, 2002.
At trial, James Stumpner, Illinois Department of Transportation Bureau chief of
maintenance testified that as the time of the incident he was Illinois Department of
Transportation's South Area Operations Engineer, and that in that capacity he oversaw eight
maintenance facilities including the area of the subject incident. Stumpner testified that the area
in question was within the Illinois Department of Transportation right of way, and Respondent is
responsible to mow the grass in the area. Stumpner testified that there was no sidewalk along
173 the area in question, and that it is not designated as a walkway for pedestrians.
Stumpner indicated that in 1997 IDOT had entered into a contract for curb replacement at
the roadway adjacent to the incident site. Respondent was unable to produce a copy of the actual
contract because it was destroyed pursuant to the records retention act. He acknowledged that
the contractor's failure to back fill the area with dirt after removal of the wooden curb forms for
concrete would create a hazard, but that he was not aware of any such failure, and that the
contract resolution would not have been approved if the work had not been satisfactorily
completed.
He further testified that between 1997 and 2002, IDOT would have mowed the subject
area a minimum of three times per year between May and November, for a total of at least 15
cumulative mows. Maintenance workers are responsible to report any holes in the lawn, curb, or
gutter areas, that may be discovered in the course of maintenance. Stumpner's review of the
maintenance records indicated no report had been made by any IDOT employee or civilian.
Stumpner testified that the first indication of the existence of a hole at the subject site was
received by Claimant's Incident Report of Accident filed with IDOT on August 19, 2002. He
stated that IDOT has been unable to locate the alleged hole to date, but further acknowledges
that he had never personally visited the site.
The issue before this court is whether Respondent was negligent in maintaining its
premises at 111th Street and Ridgeland Avenue. The law is well established that the state is not
the insurer of the safety of persons entering its premises, however, it does owe a duty of
reasonable care in maintaining its new property. Stewart vs. State (1995) 47 Ill. Ct. Cl. 324. In
order for a Claimant to sustain his burden of proof, he must establish by a preponderance of the
evidence that Respondent breached its duty of reasonable care in maintaining its property, and
174 that Respondent's negligence was the proximate cause of both Claimant's injuries and resulting
damages. Noonan vs. State (1983) 36 Ill. Ct. Cl. 200. Further, Claimant must establish that
Respondent had actual or constructive notice of the dangerous condition. Ewing vs. State (2007)
59 Ill. Ct. Cl. 302.
Claimant contends that the destroyed 1997 contract between IDOT and Ganna
Construction for curb replacement at the incident site, represents key evidence to the claim.
Claimant contends that a party's failure to produce evidence within his control and not equally
available to an adverse party, gives rise to a presumption that the evidence would be unfavorable
to him. Tepper vs. Campo (1948) 398 Ill. 496, 76 N.E. 2d 490. And further that an adverse
presumption also arises from the deliberate destruction of evidence. R.J. Management vs. SRLB
Development Corp. (2004) 346 Ill App 3d 957, 282. Ill. Dec. 486, 806 N.E. 2d 1074.
Claimant asks this court to assume that the 1997 contract for curb replacement required
the contractor to back fill the area where the wooden fence forms were removed after the
concrete was poured, and that the absence of the contract leads to a presumption that Claimant
stepped into a hole caused by the removal of the wooden forms, and failure to backfill the hole
with dirt.
The record established that the contract was destroyed in 2003 pursuant to the records
retention act. Claimant casts suspicion on the missing document because it was destroyed in
2003 after Claimant's Report of Accident which was filed on August 19, 2002. But Claimant's
argument urges the court to conclude that the missing contract is conclusive evidence of
constructive notice that the subject hole was created by the removal of the wooden curing forms
which were not properly filled with dirt. Claimant's argument is not reasonable. Even if the
court assumes that the contract expressly provides that the contractor is required to backfill the
175 contraction site, there is no credible evidence that the requirement was not met. And, there is no
reasonable evidence to support Claimant's contention that the contract was intentionally
destroyed.
The subject site was maintained by IDOT employees at least 15 times between the time
of construction and the date of incident, and yet no worker ever identified or reported any
unfilled hole. No other person ever identified or reported an unfilled hole at, or near the subject
location. Claimant has not established by a preponderance of the evidence that Respondent had
actual or constructive notice of the defect, if any existed, and that failure precludes his claim
against the state.
Based on the foregoing, Claimant's claim is hereby denied.
176 (No. 04-CC-0020 – Claim denied)
NANCY DAWSON, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, BOARD OF TRUSTEES,
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, Respondent.
Opinion filed September 22, 2011
STACEY ASCHEMANN, Counsel for Claimant
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (PHYLECCIA REED COLE, Special Assistant
Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent.
Breach of Employment Contract- Claimant was employed by Respondent as an Assistant
Professor in the College of Liberal Arts (CoLA). CoLA Operating Papers called for
teaching and scholarly research to be given a greater significance than service when
assessing an applicant for tenure. Court found Respondent did not breach its promises
contained in the CoLA Operating Papers with regard to the proper weight to be given the
components for Claimant’s tenure evaluation.
Breach of Employment Contract- Claimant’s reliance on an invalid and unenforceable
promise of full professors, as opposed to associate-level professors, on her review
committee did not constitute a breach by Respondent with regard to her review
committee staff qualifications.
Breach of Employment Contract- The Committee chairperson gave much thought to the
proper composition of Claimant’s review committee, conducted a thorough and objective
review of all materials submitted by Claimant in her dossier, with rebuttal, and ultimately
found Claimant’s application for tenure and promotion should be denied. It is improper
for the Court to substitute its judgment for that of Respondent.
Employment, Retaliatory Discharge- To substantiate a claim for retaliatory discharge, a
claimant must show, by a preponderance of the evidence, that she was discharged in
retaliation for her activities and such discharge violates a clear mandate of public policy
in favor of reporting misconduct. Claimant failed to prove that she was discharged in
retaliation for reporting alleged misconduct. Claimant’s denial of promotion and tenure
was based upon her failure to meet qualification standards.
OPINION
Storino, J.
Claimant, Nancy Dawson, brings this action against the Board of Trustees of Southern
Illinois University (SIU), Respondent, alleging breach of employment contract and seeks
177 compensatory damages as well as declarative and injunctive relief. This Court has jurisdiction
pursuant to 7051LCS 505/8.
Procedural History and Agreed Facts
Claimant was employed by Respondent as Assistant Professor in the College of Liberal
Arts (CoLA), Black American Studies (BAS) program from August, 1995 until July 31, 2001, in
a tenure-track position. A promotion and tenure vote against Claimant's application occurred on
November 1, 2000. Claimant appealed the denial of her promotion and tenure to the Judicial
Review Board (JRB). The JRB recommended a new committee for review of Claimant's
promotion and tenure. Respondent did not follow the JRB recommendation.
On March 5, 2001, Respondent notified Claimant that she was denied promotion and
tenure. As a result of the denial, Claimant became eligible for a one-year term contract in the
same position. Instead, Claimant took a new job at a different university on July 31, 2001.
Claimant was terminated from that subsequent position approximately four years later.
In the meantime, on October 22, 2001, Claimant filed charges against Respondent with
the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Illinois Department of Human
Rights alleging discrimination and retaliation. Claimant received her right to sue letter from the
EEOC on February 19, 2003.
Claimant filed her initial Complaint in this Court on July 2, 2003, and an Amended
Complaint on December 4, 2006. On January 17, 2006, this Court denied Respondent's Motion
for Summary Judgment. In its order denying summary judgment, this Court struck Claimant's
request for injunctive relief that sought the formation of a new promotion and tenure review
committee as beyond the power of this Court. See Garimella v. The Board of Trustees of the
178 University of Illinois, 50 Ill. Ct. Cl. 350 (1996). Accordingly, Claimant's cause of action was
limited to the breach of contract claim for monetary relief.
Respondent filed its Answer to the First Amended Complaint on February 14, 2007,
denying it breached the employment contract with Claimant.
A hearing was conducted April 15-18, 2008, before the assigned commissioner. At the
hearing, the parties agreed that no motions or procedural issues were pending, including no
exhaustion or timeliness issues.
Claims and Defenses
Claimant alleges breach of contract and asserts that the employment contract consists of
the Employee Handbook, the 1995 BAS Operating Papers, and the 1999 CoLA Operating
Papers.
Specifically, Claimant alleges the Respondent breached:
1)
the Employee Handbook's promise of an objective and unbiased tenure and
promotion review by including Father Joseph Brown, BAS Director, on her review committee
and failing to allow Claimant to provide a corrected dossier for review; and
2)
the 1995 BAS Operating Papers' promise of a promotion and tenure
and review committee composed of five full professors by including Associate Professors Bean
and Stockdale on her review committee; and
3)
the 1999 CoLA Operating Papers' promise to consider with equal weight
Claimant's professional service on the same level with teaching and research for
promotion and tenure review.
Claimant also makes general allegations of retaliatory discharge for reporting her
concerns of wrongful conduct by Father Brown. Claimant seeks an award of lost wages and
179 fringe benefits totaling $175,481.48, and additional "back-pay" until such time Respondent
constitutes a new review committee.
Respondent claims that only the Employment Handbook represents the employment
contract with Claimant and denies that the 1995 BAS Operating Papers posed a contractual
obligation. Respondent also maintains the employment contract with Claimant was not breached
and denies allegations of discrimination or retaliation. Instead, Respondent asserts that she was
denied promotion and tenure because she did not meet the standards of the Employee Handbook,
BAS Operating Papers and CoLA Operating Papers (regardless of their non-binding status), by
failing to follow clear standards for scholarly research and publication. Further, Respondent
argues that Claimant was given a proper and unbiased promotion and tenure review. Respondent
also asserts that Claimant failed to timely participate in the dossier preparation and that all
materials submitted with the dossier were considered.
Summary of Relevant Testimony
Dr. Nancy Dawson
At the hearing, Claimant testified that she received her Humanistic Studies Doctorate
from State University in New York in 1995 and was hired August of that year as Assistant
Professor of Black American Studies in a tenure track position at SIU. During her first year of
employment, she was given the BAS Operating Papers, the Employee Handbook and CoLA
Operating Papers all containing guidelines for promotion and tenure. Claimant testified that she
reviewed each of those documents around the time she received them.
In 1997, Claimant developed an African Culture Continuities (ACC) program and
worked on that program until her departure in 2001. Father Brown supported the program
initially and was familiar with her duties within the program. Claimant believes the ACC
180 program was popular and encompassed all three areas of her obligations as an Assistant
Professor on tenure track, regarding research, teaching and service. She also believes Father
Brown recognized the ACC program components of research, teaching and service.
At some point, Claimant's initial good relationship with Father Brown soured and
eventually the office environment deteriorated into a "war zone." According to Claimant, Father
Brown was angry with Claimant over student relations and jealous of her role in the BAS
program. She believes he retaliated with budgetary restrictions and testified that tensions
continued to escalate.
Claimant contacted others within SIU to voice her concerns about Father Brown's role on
her upcoming promotion and tenure review. She believes Father Brown was biased against her
and should not serve on her review committee. Claimant made her concerns about Father Brown
known to Dr. Seymour Bryson, Associate Vice Chancellor for diversity, Dr. Shirley Clay Scott,
then Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, and Lynn Connley, University ombudsperson.
Claimant was told by Ms. Connley and Dr. Clay Scott that Father Brown had made complaints
against her, yet, she was never confronted with those allegations made by Father Brown and no
fact finding proceeding was conducted.
Dr. Clay Scott, after consultation with the Provost, advised Claimant in writing that
Father Brown would serve on Claimant's promotion and tenure review committee but not as the
Chair. Claimant testified that she had requested Father Brown serve no role on the review
committee, but, was advised that Father Brown must be on the committee even though he would
not serve as Chair. Accordingly, Dr. Prudence Rice, former Chair of the Department of
Anthropology, was appointed Chair of Claimant's promotion and tenure review committee.
181 Claimant testified that she timely complied with all of Dr. Rice's requests for compilation of the
dossier to be provided to the review committee.
According to Claimant, Dr. Rice did not show Claimant a completed version of her
dossier and Claimant's first chance to review her dossier was around November 3, 2000, when
she was asked to sign off on it. Claimant refused to do so because she had not participated in
arranging or putting together the dossier and believed that parts were missing. Claimant
understood the rules allowed her active participation in the preparation of her dossier as opposed
to Dr. Rice putting it together. Claimant testified that she was not given the opportunity to
provide information with her dossier for the review committee. Claimant did provide a rebuttal
statement, addressing what information she believed to be missing or inaccurate. The review
committee voted against Claimant's promotion and tenure due to lack of research. The
recommendation against Claimant's tenure in the BAS Department was officially upheld by
Respondent.
Shortly after the denial of her promotion and tenure, Claimant left the employ of SIU.
From August 2001, through January 31, 2005, Claimant was employed as Associate Professor
and Director of African-American Studies at Austin Peay State University. Since January 2005,
Claimant has served as a consultant and adjunct teacher. Claimant summarized her earnings she
believes she would have made during regular school semesters if she had continued to work at
SIU as an Assistant Professor. Respondent objected to the summaries as speculative. Claimant
received medical/dental benefits while employed at SIU and was required to pay out of pocket
for her medical/dental expenses after her employment separated from SIU.
On cross-examination, Claimant testified that she had additional sources of income.
Claimant agreed that during annual evaluations from 1996 to 2000, and in various departmental
182 memorandums, she was directed to follow the promotion and tenure guidelines requiring a
substantial body of published scholarly research, in addition to teaching performance. Claimant
also attended workshops on guidelines and procedures for promotion and tenure.
With regard to missing information from her dossier, Claimant believes she was not
given the opportunity to provide sufficient documentation. Claimant testified that there was
confusion with the name of the journal containing her article accepted for publication because it
was a special issue. Claimant gave Dr. Rice a stack of materials when they first met and,
according to Claimant, Dr. Rice did not want certain items such as newspaper articles and
conference brochures that Claimant believes would have given further clarification to her case
for promotion and tenure.
Claimant believes she followed the advice given to her by the Dean and Director of BAS
during various reviews and she did not know the 1995 BAS Operating Papers had not been
approved. Finally, Claimant testified that she had applied for other university positions in her
field, but, was unsuccessful. She is currently teaching as an adjunct professor, a position far
below her employment at SIU and Austin Peay. By way of rebuttal, Claimant testified that she was never told encyclopedia articles did
not count as scholarly work. In fact, she had been told the opposite by a previous Dean.
Claimant believes the review committee misunderstood that her encyclopedia work included an
entire chapter of primary research, instead of just several entries. Further, regarding her review
committee members, she disagrees that Dr. Bean's research was in any way similar to her
research. Claimant testified further that Father Brown referenced her museum exhibit as
scholarly work and her documentary as creative activity with merit. Claimant believed the three
183 book chapters listed in her vita were peer-reviewed publications. Also, Claimant emphasized
that she made presentations on both the international and national levels.
Claimant specifically denied encouraging students to speak badly about BAS faculty and
denied she made any negative comments about Dr. Smoot. She admits being concerned about
Father Brown's interactions with students and confronted him with those concerns. She made
those concerns known also to the Dean and the ombudsperson but did not make any written
complaints other than with the EEOC.
Marvin Zeman
Marvin Zeman, president of SIU Faculty Association since 2004 and former Chair of the
Grievance Committee since 1998, represented Claimant during her grievance hearing on the
issue of whether policies and procedures were followed for her promotion and tenure review.
Zeman testified that the JRB panel report found that Claimant's research and creative activities
"equivalent in scope to the publication of at least one major journal article per year," the
benchmark for assistant professors applying for promotion and tenure at SIU.
According to Zeman, the Employee Handbook set forth guidelines for promotion and
tenure, and, those guidelines become more specific at the college and departmental levels. It was
Zeman's experience at grievance hearings that Claimant's case was the only one that Respondent
did not present a case in its defense. Zeman knew of no case where the Respondent took the
position that the operating papers for either the department or the College were nonbinding.
Zeman testified it was not common procedure to research issues about an applicant's dossier
after the review committee had voted on promotion and tenure. Zeman clarified on crossexamination that it is outside the purview of the JRB to rule on a candidate's research activities
or otherwise make a qualitative judgment.
184 Dr. Seymour Bryson
Seymour Bryson, Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, is the former Dean of the College of
Human Resources and has been Associate Chancellor for Diversity at SIU since 1988. He
served on Claimant's promotion and tenure review committee and voted in favor of Claimant
because, in his professional judgment, she met the standards. Dr. Bryson has been very familiar
with the BAS program. Dr. Bryson agreed that, after having met with Claimant, Father Brown. Dr. Clay Scott,
Ms. Lamb and Ms. Connley in May, 2000, the conflict between Claimant and Father Brown had
reached a point that the two of them could never have a civil relationship. Dr. Bryson testified
that he recalled Claimant expressed concerns that Father Brown could not be fair or impartial
and requested Father Brown not serve on her review committee during the review committee
meeting. Dr. Bryson does not recall any discussion regarding Claimant's work on the ACC
program as part of her research assignment or whether the B AS program weighed an applicant's
service activities on equal ground with teaching and research. Dr. Prudence Rice
Prudence Rice, Ph.D. in Anthropology, is employed at SIU as Associate Vice Chancellor
for Research and Director of the Office of Research, Development and Administration. She has
been employed at SIU since 199l and holds the title of Distinguished Scholar. Previous to
serving as Chair of Claimant's promotion and tenure review committee, Dr. Rice had helped
candidates put together dossiers for promotion and tenure and had served on review committees
at the CoLA level. At the time of her service on Claimant's review committee, she considered
herself to be very familiar with the standards for promotion and tenure.
185 Dr. Rice met with Claimant and believes it was clear what needed to be included in the
dossier. She testified that Claimant did not timely submit her materials. Further, Dr. Rice does
not recall Claimant ever complaining that she was not allowed participation in the process of
compiling her dossier.
Claimant's review committee found that her research and published scholarly activity
(both quality and quantity) did not satisfactorily meet the criteria for promotion and tenure. Dr.
Rice voted to promote Claimant based upon her teaching and service strengths.
On cross-examination, Dr. Rice admitted that it was not the general practice to research
the contents of a dossier after a committee vote as was done in Claimant's review process. At the
time of the committee vote, Dr. Rice concedes that she had an imperfect understanding of the
crossover of Claimant's service, research and teaching components for review. Dr. Rice also
testified that at the time of the committee vote, she was not aware the ACC program was part of
Claimant's research assignment. According to Dr. Rice, the review committee for Claimant
followed the traditional approach weighing teaching and research components more heavily than
the service component. As Chair, Dr. Rice believed Claimant was disadvantaged by the
unapproved status of the BAS Operating Papers because they placed equal weight on all three
components. Ultimately, Dr. Rice believed Claimant's review process was as fair as possible
given the unusual circumstances, including Claimant's lack of promptness in providing the
materials needed for her dossier.
Dr. Margaret "Peggy" Stockdale
Peggy Stockdale, Ph.D. in Industrial Organization Psychology, is employed as a full
professor in the SIU psychology department. She currently serves as Faculty Senate President
and was asked by Dr. Clay Scott to serve on Claimant's promotion and tenure review committee.
186 Dr. Stockdale did not believe that Claimant's research and scholarly work met the standards for
promotion and tenure. She admitted to giving more weight to the research and teaching
components than service when reviewing Claimant's dossier.
Dr. Jonathon Bean
Jonathon Bean, Ph.D., has been employed by SIU in the History Department since 1995.
He served on Claimant's promotion and tenure review committee at the request of Dr. Clay
Scott. Dr. Bean voted against Claimant's promotion and tenure because of weaknesses in
Claimant's research. He recalled that the review committee used the CoLA Operating Papers as
criteria for their decision. As such, more weight was afforded to research than teaching and
service.
Dr. Don Rice
Don Rice, Ph.D., has been employed by SIU since 1991 and serves as Interim Provost
and Vice Chancellor of the University. During the year 2000, Dr. Rice was the Associate Dean
in the College of Liberal Arts and conducted workshops for the process of promotion and tenure.
Dr. Rice testified that a candidate's dossier should only be reviewed after the candidate has
signed off on its contents. Dr. Rice testified that his belief is that a candidate should have access
to his or her dossier up until the time of the review committee vote. Regarding Operating
Papers, Dr. Rice testified that until revisions are done and approved, the existing Operating
Papers for a department should remain in effect. If a promotion and tenure candidate is denied,
then that candidate is appointed to a one-year term after which employment is terminated.
Father Joseph Brown, Ph.D.
Father Joseph Brown testified for Respondent. He received his Ph.D. in American
Studies in 1984, and received his Master's degree in African-American Studies at Yale
187 University in 1979. He also received a Master's degree in Writing Seminars from Johns Hopkins
in 1969, and became an ordained priest in 1972 after completing theological studies. Currently,
he holds the position of Director of the BAS program and is a tenured full professor at SIU.
When Father Brown arrived at SIU in 1997, Claimant was a faculty member in the BAS
program and initially their relationship was positive. Sometime prior to 2000, Father Brown and
Claimant developed conflicts on both personal and professional levels, which included budgetary
issues. Father Brown believes that Claimant launched a campaign against him by making
comments about his personal life, his past work record and the danger he may present to
students. Father Brown never pursued advice from University counsel about Claimant's
campaign because he did not want to involve the students. At one point, Claimant stood over
Father Brown and shouted at him which caused him to feel unsafe.
Regarding the BAS Operating Papers, Father Brown believes that Claimant was involved
in the Operating Papers revision. Father Brown expressed his opinion to the provost and Dr.
Rice that service should be given the same weight as research and teaching in the BAS program
with no intention that any one component dominate. Claimant was offered guidance by Father
Brown and, in general, he advised her to do less service work if it ever conflicts with scholarly
work. Father Brown testified that research supports teaching and vice-versa. Specifically,
Father Brown believes that he objectively evaluated Claimant's case for promotion and tenure.
He offered Claimant help to prepare her dossier but did not receive a response.
Dr. Clay Scott asked Father Brown, as Director of the BAS department, to submit his
own letter of judgment for Claimant's promotion and tenure candidacy and he submitted his
honest reflections. Some confusion was created with respect to Claimant's promotion and tenure
review committee because the committee needed to have some understanding of the nature of the
188 BAS program. There being no other tenured faculty in the BAS department, it was necessary for
Father Brown to be on Claimant's review committee notwithstanding Claimant's request for
Father Brown's exclusion. In his letter of judgment, Father Brown expressed his opinion that
Claimant's scholarly output was insufficient, lacking meritorious significance, and, he had
concerns about her teaching and coordination of the ACC program.
Father Brown testified that summer employment for faculty was not guaranteed at SIU
and, due to budget problems, the BAS department has had to curtail its current summer programs
to just one course. Father Brown testified further that it would have been inevitable to have a
formal review of Claimant's stewardship of the ACC program because of accounting
irregularities and notices of unpaid bills in Ghana. Most likely, Claimant would have been
replaced by another faculty member to assume coordination of the ACC program.
On cross-examination, Father Brown testified that he reviewed several documents
reflecting his favorable judgment of Claimant's performance as a faculty member. Father Brown
admitted that by May 1, 2000, that Claimant was primarily responsible for extensive damage to
his reputation. He considered how to proceed to make a formal complaint against Claimant but
did not do so. He testified that the situation between himself and Claimant did not improve at
any time prior to Claimant's departure in July 2001.
Father Brown testified that, being the only member of Claimant's review committee from
her academic discipline, he was aware of various publications in the field of Black Studies as
well as the importance of service in the BAS program. He testified he did not discuss those
specifics with the review committee and chose, instead, to allow his letter to the Chair to stand
on its own. It was Father Brown's understanding that the BAS Operating Papers were a part of
189 Claimant's dossier. Father Brown agreed that the BAS Operating Papers state that teaching,
research, creative activity and service are of equal significance.
Dr. Pamela Smoot
Pamela Smoot, Ph.D. in History, has worked at SIU since 1999 as a faculty member in
the BAS program and currently serves as Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of
Educational Enhancement for Minority Students. She had a good working relationship with
Claimant initially, but that relationship deteriorated around the year 2000.
Dr. Smoot testified that during the fall and spring semesters after she first arrived at SIU,
she attended CoLA promotion and tenure work shops with Claimant. During those work shops,
Dr. Smoot recalls being told clearly that publications were more important than service and
teaching. Further, she testified that the workshops specifically informed candidates that
encyclopedia articles do not count as publications and a book or six articles were required to
meet the standards of promotion and tenure.
Dr. Shirley Clay Scott
Respondent called to testify Shirley Clay Scott, Ph.D. in History, who became Dean of
the College of Liberal Arts at SIU, 1999 through 2006. Dr. Clay Scott testified that she recalls
issues in the BAS program over copying costs, bills and interpersonal tensions between Father
Brown and Claimant.
Dr. Clay Scott testified that on February 7, 2000, she held a meeting with Father Brown,
Claimant, Dr. Bryson, Mary Lamb, and Lynn Connley, to talk through the issues with the hope
of improving relationships between Father Brown and Claimant. At that time, Claimant
requested that Father Brown not be the Chair of her promotion and tenure committee as would
usually occur. Dr. Clay Scott discussed Claimant's request with the Provost and Associate
190 Provost and decided that, given the history, Father Brown would not be the Chair of Claimant's
promotion and tenure review committee. However, the SIU Employee's Handbook and the
contract between the administration and SIU faculty require that a tenured faculty member
cannot be denied the right to participate in the tenure process and have a vote. As such, Father
Brown had to have a role in Claimant's tenure process even though he was not going to Chair
Claimant's committee.
After discussion with Claimant, Dr. Clay Scott selected Claimant's review committee and
agreed to Claimant's request for Father Brown not to Chair the committee. Since there were no
other tenured faculty members other than Father Brown in the BAS Program, and only tenured
faculty can vote on tenure, Dr. Clay Scott had to choose tenured faculty from other departments
within the CoLA to serve on Claimant's promotion and tenure committee. She chose people with
some disciplinary or research expertise. Dr. Clay Scott believed that each appointed committee
member would make an independent judgment of Claimant's case for promotion and tenure.
Claimant did not object to any committee member ultimately selected.
Dr. Clay Scott testified that during the preparation of Claimant's dossier, Dr. Rice, Chair
of Claimant's review committee, expressed a concern that Claimant was not submitting her
dossier materials as promptly as needed. Dr. Clay Scott testified that the BAS Operating Paper
was not official at the time of Claimant's review so, the CoLA Operating Paper was used as a
default, although both Operating Papers were allowed to be included.
Dr. Clay Scott testified that Claimant wanted to add an updated vita and other materials
to her dossier after it was submitted. Dr. Clay Scott stated that it was her understanding that only
a letter of rebuttal is allowed to be added to a dossier after it is turned in for consideration at
which time it is sealed. Dr. Clay Scott testified that Claimant did submit a letter of rebuttal.
191 Dr. Clay Scott testified that after the review committee vote, Claimant's application for
promotion and tenure was submitted to the CoLA committee. Claimant's rebuttal was included
in her dossier when the CoLA committee conducted its review. Dr. Clay Scott testified that the
updated vita was also submitted in Claimant's dossier, but could not have official status.
Regarding standards, Dr. Clay Scott testified that all faculty members in the CoLA have
to meet the college-wide guidelines for promotion and tenure regardless of their particular
department. The college-wide committee for promotion and tenure review used the normal
standards of satisfactory performance in research or scholarship, teaching and service as stated in
the CoLA Operating Papers to evaluate Claimant's dossier.
Dr. Clay Scott testified that the next step in the promotion and tenure review process is
for the college-wide committee to advise the Dean after their vote on a dossier. Dr. Clay Scott,
as Dean of CoLA, would meet with the committee as necessary. The college-wide committee
recommended to Dr. Clay Scott that Claimant not receive promotion and tenure because of
deficiencies in the area of research.
Dr. Clay Scott reviewed all of the materials carefully, talked with the review committee,
reviewed the recommendations and ultimately decided that she could not recommend Claimant
for promotion and tenure. Her concern was chiefly was that Claimant's scholarly record that did
not meet the standards applied in the CoLA.
On cross-examination, Dr. Clay Scott recalled giving Claimant a Dean's appreciation
award in January, 2000, for the purpose of appreciation and encouragement of her work on the
ACC program. Also, Dr. Clay Scott recalled that she requested Claimant familiarize herself with
the BAS program tenure and promotion guidelines without referencing which Operating Papers
were to be used. 192 As part of Claimant's promotion and tenure process, Dr. Clay Scott considered the 1995
BAS Operating Papers, the revised draft of the 1998 papers and the CoLA Operating Papers at
the time of Claimant's review. Dr. Clay Scott testified that the standing of the BAS Operating
Papers was problematic because they had not been fully endorsed.
Dr. Clay Scott agreed that Claimant requested Father Brown's removal from her
committee altogether. She tried to acquiesce to Claimant's request but could only ask Father
Brown to step aside as Chair, instead of removal, because of the University contract.
Dr. Clay Scott testified that Father Brown's letter recommending against Claimant's
promotion and tenure was included in Claimant's dossier and, therefore, available to the collegewide committee, along with the 1995 BAS Operating Papers and Claimant's updated vita. Dr.
Clay Scott considered Father Brown's letter to be normal procedure and fair. Ultimately, Dr.
Clay Scott weighed Claimant's research and teaching at a somewhat higher level than service in
accordance with the CoLA Operating Papers.
ANALYSIS
The law is clear and it is undisputed by that parties that Respondent's Employee
Handbook creates and governs its employment contract with Claimant at all relevant times with
respect to the issues now before the Court. See, Duldulao v. Saint Mary of Nazareth Hospital,
115 Ill. 2d 482 (1987). According to Respondent's Employee Handbook, the written procedures,
standards and guidelines for each college and academic unit are incorporated by reference. As
such, promises contained in every college and department operating paper constitute a portion of
the entire employment contract if they contain a clear offer, disseminated to employees and
reasonably relied upon by employees as they continue to work. See, Duldulao at 490.
193 Here, Claimant testified that she received and reviewed the CoLA and BAS Operating
Papers at the beginning of her employment in 1995. The validity of the CoLA Operating Papers
is not challenged and, in fact, Respondent admits that the CoLA Operating Papers outline
procedures for promotion and tenure review within the college. Those procedures clearly
become part of the employment contract at issues using the Duldulao analysis.
Although the CoLA Operating Papers are fairly considered part of the employment
contract, Claimant's argument that Respondent breached its promise to consider with equal
weight all three components of service, teaching and scholarship fails. First, the CoLA
Operating Papers call for teaching and scholarly research to be given a greater significance than
service when assessing an applicant for tenure with allowance for a department to give service
greater credit than usual in appropriate disciplines. This standard is somewhat contrary to
Claimant's position that her review committee was required to follow BAS guidelines weighing
all three components of service, teaching and scholarly research with the same significance.
Claimant cannot dispute the fact that she was also subject to the college-wide standards for her
review. Second, notwithstanding the level of significance given to her admirable service by all
accounts, Claimant's scholarly research was insufficient to warrant tenure according to the
majority of her reviewers. In the end, this same conclusion was reached by Dr. Clay Scott, Dean
of the College of Liberal Arts, after reviewing Claimant's dossier in its entirety (which included
claimant's rebuttal and all Operating Papers) along with the recommendation of the committee.
Simply put, Claimant's argument that service should have been elevated to the level of
significance given to teaching and scholarship would not cure the "procedural flaw" she claims
since Claimant also failed to meet the standard required for scholarship. For that reason, this
194 Court finds Respondent did not breach its promises contained in the CoLA Operating Papers
with regard to the proper weight to be given the components for Claimant's tenure evaluation.
Claimant also asserts that Respondent breached the obligations of the 1995 BAS
Operating Papers by allowing associate professors on her review committee. Respondent
challenges the validity of the 1995 BAS Operating Papers claiming they were unapproved as
well as superseded by the new Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Faculty Association.
As it is undisputed that the 1995 BAS Operating Papers had not been approved, such
documentation does not constitute a part of the employment contract. In an unapproved state,
the 1995 BAS Operating Papers cannot be deemed to contain a clear offer, disseminated to
employees and reasonably relied upon by employees. See, Duldulao v. Saint Mary of Nazareth
Hospital, 115 Ill. 2d 482 (1987). Also significant is the fact that Claimant participated in the
draft revisions of the 1995 BAS Operating Papers on the issue of associate professor
participation in tenure evaluation. In the face of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement,
Claimant could not have reasonably relied upon the 1995 BAS Operating Papers and, in that
respect, the promise of full professors on her review committee is not part of her employment
contract, regardless the status of the 1995 BAS Operating Papers as a whole. Moreover,
Claimant did not object to associate-level professors on her review committee at the time of its
formation. Claimant's reliance on an invalid and unenforceable promise of full professors
(instead of associate-level professors) on her review committee does not constitute a breach by
Respondent with regard to her review committee staff qualifications.
Claimant's foremost allegation of Respondent's breach of employment contract hinges
upon the "war" with Father Brown. However, Respondent did not breach its contract with
Claimant by allowing Father Brown to participate on her review committee. Specifically, Father
195 Brown, as Director of the BAS program and a tenured professor, was properly included on
Claimant's review committee. It should be noted that, at Claimant's request, Father Brown's
participation was limited by Dr. Rice and Father Brown acquiesced. Now, Claimant appears to
argue that Father Brown should have had a greater voice in her tenure review because he had
specific knowledge about the particular field of study she deems authorized her promotion and
tenure.
This Court finds that Dr. Clay Scott obviously gave much thought to the proper
composition of Claimant's review committee, conducted a thorough and objective review of all
materials submitted by Claimant in her dossier, with rebuttal, and ultimately found Claimant's
application for tenure and promotion should be denied. It is improper for this Court to substitute
its judgment for that of Respondent. See Bulloch v. The State of Illinois, 54 Ill Ct Cl 292 (2002).
Claimant also alleges that her promotion and tenure denial was, in effect, a retaliatory
discharge for reporting her perceived wrongdoing by Father Brown. To substantiate a claim for
retaliatory discharge, Claimant must show by a preponderance of the evidence that she was
discharged in retaliation for her activities and such discharge violates a clear mandate of public
policy in favor of reporting misconduct. See McCoppin v. State, 53 Ill Ct Cl 153 (2001).
Respondent's multi-level reviews of Claimant's qualifications for promotion and tenure
concluded that Claimant lacked the scholarly research necessary for promotion and tenure. On
the evidence before this Court, it is apparent that Claimant's denial of promotion and tenure was
based upon Claimant's failure to meet the legitimate qualification standards. As such, Claimant
fails to carry her burden of proof that she was discharged in retaliation for reporting alleged
misconduct, and her retaliatory discharge claim fails.
196 No breach of employment contract or retaliatory discharge can be found on the facts
before this Court, so damages are not considered. Even if Claimant had prevailed on her claim
for breach of contract, Claimant immediately found a position with another university at least
comparable to her employment with SIU and concedes that she essentially earned the same
salary in the new position for almost four years, thus wholly mitigating any damages. See
Umbaugh v. Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois University, 37 Ill Ct Cl. 151 (1984). In
addition, there is absolutely no showing by Claimant that her termination four years later from
her new employer was due to any fault on the part of Respondent.
CONCLUSION
For the foregoing reasons, this Court finds that Claimant's Complaint is denied.
197 (No. 07-CC-0493 – Claim denied)
ANTHONY M. THOMPSON, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, Respondent.
Opinion filed October 31, 2011
STEVEN BERG, Counsel for Claimant
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JAMIE KNODEL, Assistant Attorney General, of
counsel), for Respondent.
Exhaustion of Remedies- Claimant did not exhaust all available remedies as mandated
under 705 ILCS 505/25. Claimant failed to pursue a claim against the Illinois
Motorcycle Dealers Association which was leasing the property under which Claimant
was injured.
ORDER
Birnbaum, J.
THIS MATTER is before the Court on Respondent's Motion to Dismiss for Claimant's
alleged failure to exhaust legal remedies pursuant to 705 ILCS 505/25 and 74 Ill. Admin. Code §
790.60.
Nature of the Claim
On September 23, 2003, the Illinois Motorcycle Dealers Association ("IDMA") leased
portions of the Du Quoin State Fair Grounds for the dates of a motorcycle race event. On
September 24, 2004, Claimant was working at the Du Quoin State Fairgrounds laying video
cable along the west side fence of the racetrack for a motorcycle race event to be held on
September 24th and 25th. While Claimant was stepping around various bushes lining the west
side of the fence, he came across an apparent utility access entry with steel doors. After stepping
on the doors, the doors opened and Claimant fell into a pit, resulting in injuries to his left inside
arm, right ribcage and knee area. Included within the lease between the Illinois Motorcycle
Dealers Associations and Illinois Department of Agriculture was the backstage area, the site
where Claimant was working during the alleged incident.
198 Analysis
Respondent's Motion to Dismiss exhaustion arguments require that Claimant has (or had)
a plausible claim against the suggested alternative source of recovery, the Illinois Motorcycle
Dealers Association. If an alternative source of recovery for the claimed injury is shown to exist,
in whole or in part, our Act and our rule command that no judgment can be entered by this Court
until that potential recovery is resolved and reduces the State's liability. 705 ILCS 505/25; 74 Ill.
Admin. Code § 790.60. Additionally, if it is shown that the Claimant could have, but now
cannot, pursue a real alternative source of recovery for the injury, then this Court will dismiss the
claim against the State for Claimant's failure to exhaust that remedy.
Pursuant to the "Non-Fair Building and Space Rental Agreement" executed on September
23, 2004 between the Illinois Department of Agriculture and the Illinois Motorcycle Dealers
Association, Respondent argues that the IMDA, as lessee, had the sole and exclusive
responsibility for the operation and maintenance of the property. Thus, they argue the State, as
landlord, cannot be culpable for the alleged negligence on the date of Claimant's injuries.
Claimant argues, in his April 25, 2011 Response to Respondent's Motion to Dismiss, that there
are no facts demonstrating that IMDA was a "culpable party" and thus, Claimant did not
necessarily have to file a claim against IMDA. After reading the specifics of the agreement
executed between the parties, this Court agrees with Respondent.
Specifically, the September 23, 2004 rental agreement details that the lessee, the IMDA,
assumes all safety responsibility for any alterations, presumably such as the process of laying
cable around the perimeter of the racetrack which allegedly lead to Claimant's injuries.
Generally, a landlord is not liable for injuries caused by a defective condition on the premises
leased to a tenant and under the tenant's control. Rowe v. State Bank of Lombard, 125 Ill. 2d 203
199 (1988). Almendarez v. Keller, 207 Ill. App. 3d 756 (1990); Wright v. Mr. Quick, Inc., 109 Ill. 2d
236 (1985). Claimant has failed to demonstrate that a claim against IDMA, the lessee of the site
of the alleged accident, would be frivolous. Thus, Claimant had a potential claim against the
lessee of the property, IDMA, which he failed to pursue pursuant to the exhaustion requirement
of 705 ILCS 505/25 and 74 Ill. Admin. Code §790.60. This exhaustion requirement is a
mandatory element of the Court of Claim's subject matter jurisdiction. Devany v. State, 48 Ill.
Ct. Cl. 461 (1996); Morge v. State, 47 Ill. Ct. Cl. 318 (1994).
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Respondent's Motion to Dismiss for Claimant's failure
to exhaust legal remedies against the Illinois Motorcycle Dealers Association pursuant to the
provisions of 705 ILCS 505/25 and 74 Ill. Admin. Code § 790.60 is GRANTED.
200 (No. 05-CC-1122 – Claim awarded)
LARRY HAYES, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF
CORRECTIONS, Respondent.
Opinion filed September 6, 2011
LARRY HAYES, pro se
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JULIE MORGAN, Assistant Attorney General, of
counsel), for Respondent.
Prisoners and inmates, Duty towards- The State is not an insurer of the safety of inmates
in its custody, but it does have the duty to exercise reasonable care to prevent inmates
from suffering harm at the hands of other inmates, and the determination of what is
reasonable under the circumstances depends on the facts of each case viewed in light of
the prison environment and the discretion which must be accorded prison officials. Prisoners and inmates, Negligence, Attack by another inmate- When determining if there
is negligence by the State, the Court looks to the foreseeability of potential harm to the
Claimant by another inmate. Negligence may be imputed if prison officials had actual or
constructive notice of trouble with another inmate and Claimant. Claimant informed
personnel many times that he wanted to change cells. Respondent failed to take measures
to protect the Claimant and failed in its duty to provide Claimant with reasonable care in
protecting him from harm when they had both actual and constructive notice of trouble
between the cellmates.
OPINION
Sprague, C.J.
This matter comes before the Court on the Complaint of Claimant, Larry Hayes, against
Respondent, State of Illinois, Illinois Department of Corrections, seeking damages from an
injury received in the amount of $100,000.00.
THE FACTS
I.
Claimant's Testimony
Claimant, Larry Hayes, testified that on December 19, 2003, he informed the control
officer that he was having problems with his cellmate and requested a transfer. He testified that
he was assured by the control officer that he would be moved out of his cell to a different cell.
Approximately two days later, he inquired again about his moving out of his cell. It was at this
201 time that a correctional officer told him that he was going to check into it and that it would be
taken care of in the near future. On December 23, 2003, Claimant testified that he again
inquired about a move. It was at that time that Claimant testified that he informed the
correctional officer that he felt he was in danger of having a serious problem with his cellmate.
On December 24, 2003, the correctional officer came to Claimant and was asked if
Claimant would mind if Claimant moved or his cellmate moved. Claimant stated that he had no
problem with either of those choices. It was later learned by Claimant that the transfer was for
his cellmate to be moved upstairs. When his cellmate began to pack for his move, Claimant
testified that he went outside into the dayroom and sat down. While sitting in the dayroom, a
correctional officer called Claimant on the loud speaker and told him that he had to go back to
his cell because it was not his dayroom time. Claimant testified that he stated that he did not
want to go back to his cell because of the problems he had with his cellmate and he was afraid of
a serious confrontation. Claimant was then ordered to go back to his cell.
When he returned to his cell, Claimant testified that his cellmate elbowed him in the
stomach and knocked his hand down. Claimant testified that he told his cellmate not to touch
him and he turned away. Upon turning away, Claimant testified that his cellmate hit him in the
nose and the jaw. It was at this time that Claimant stated that he blacked out. When he was able
to regain consciousness, Claimant testified that he remembered being on top of his cellmate and
punching him. He then testified that they both stood up and Claimant fell against the wall and
fell out of the door. Claimant testified that he did not remember any of this incident until three
weeks after the fight as he had lost his memory during the incident.
Claimant then testified that his cellmate went upstairs and that he was then taken across
the hall to a cell by other inmates where they cleaned him up. Claimant then stated that he
202 returned to his cell but did not remember what occurred. Claimant testified that an officer came
into his cell and asked him what was wrong. Claimant testified that he told the officer that he
did not really remember but stated that he hit the wall and hurt himself. The officer then stated
to Claimant that he was going to be taken to the prison hospital to be checked out. Claimant
testified that when he was in the prison hospital that they came and put him in the hole
(segregation) because they had learned of the confrontation between Claimant and his cellmate.
While he was in segregation, Claimant stated that he complained about his jaw and stated
that he thought he had a heart attack. Claimant testified that while he was in the prison hospital,
they did give him some medication for his heart and then took him over to the X-ray. After the
X-ray, Claimant was told that his jaw was broken. It was during this time that they also took
Claimant to internal affairs to question him about the incident.
A couple of days after the incident, Claimant indicated that he was taken into the city for
surgery and it was during the surgery that they put a plate into his jaw. Claimant then testified
that he believed that there was also a disciplinary hearing in which they found him guilty of
fighting. Claimant testified that he was still medicated at the hearing and that he did not recall
that he was found guilty of fighting. Claimant testified that they sentenced him to 30 days of
segregation and 30 days of C grade.
Claimant testified that he learned there were four informers that saw the incident and
explained to the disciplinary committee that Claimant was defending himself after his cellmate
attacked him. Upon learning of the informers, Claimant filed a grievance. Claimant testified
that the grievance committee found him guilty because they said that Claimant was unable to
present a valid defense on his own behalf and his inability to refute the charge of fighting.
Claimant testified that it was not until January 14 or 15, 2004 that he remembered the
203 incident. Claimant testified that he served his 30 days of segregation after his jaw operation. It
was not until February that most of his memory came back and that is when he filed his
grievance. Claimant then added that he explained to the correctional officers that he did not
want to go back to his cell because he believed that there would be a problem if he returned
during his cellmate's move. Claimant then stated that because of his physical injuries which
included head lesions, loss of short-term memory, a nose rupture, contusions and a fractured
right mandible bone and had to have his teeth extracted that he requested $150,000.00 in
damages.
Upon cross-examination, Claimant testified that he was in his cell for approximately 9
months and with his cellmate for approximately 2-3 months. Claimant testified that he believed
that he had requested a transfer on December 19 and on December 23, was told that his cellmate
would be transferred. Claimant further testified on cross-examination that while he was in the
bubble a CI called over the loud speaker for him to go back to his cell because it was not his
dayroom time. Claimant testified that immediately upon returning to his cell he was elbowed in
the stomach by this cellmate. Claimant then testified that he was taken to the City and did not
remember the hospital he was taken to but remained in the hospital for a day or two. Claimant
testified that he did not pay for the surgery or any medical costs.
Claimant then requested that all of his documents be admitted into evidence. The
documents were admitted without objection.
II.
Respondent's Case
The Assistant Attorney General then made a reference into the investigation contained in
the Departmental Report. Specifically, the Assistant Attorney General referred to the
Departmental Report which stated that there were two confidential inmates who reported on
204 what incurred during this incident. The State then requested that the Departmental Report then
be admitted into evidence. The Departmental Report was admitted into evidence without
objection. The State rested their case with no closing argument.
In closing, the Claimant requested that the Judges look at the two witnesses' statements in
the record which indicate that Claimant was defending himself which would prove that he was
not guilty and should not have been put in segregation.
THE LAW
Illinois case law is clear that the State of Illinois is not an insurer of the safety of inmates
in its custody, but it does have a duty to exercise reasonable care to prevent inmates from
suffering harm at the hands of other inmates, and that the determination of what is reasonable
under the circumstances depends on the facts of each case viewed in light of the prison
environment and the discretion which must be accorded prison officials. Factors to be
considered by this Court when determining if there is negligence by the State are the
foreseeability of potential for harm to the Claimant by another inmate. The Claimant must
prove the foreseeability by a preponderance of the evidence. This foreseeability must be judged
by the facts of each case and by taking judicial notice of the prison environment. Petrusak v.
State of Illinois (1987), 39 Ill. Ct. Cl. 113. Liability of negligence by the State may be found if
prison officials had actual or constructive notice of trouble with another inmate and Claimant or
the likelihood that Claimant would be targeted as a victim. Smith v. State of Illinois, (1991) 44
Ill. Ct. Cl. 45.
In the case at bar, evidence was presented by Claimant that he informed prison personnel
on numerous occasions of his request to move out of his cell as he believed he fell he was in
danger. Prisoners at Dixon were constructively apprised of the risk of harm to Claimant on at
205 least three occasions from the testimony of the Claimant himself. The Department Report which
was entered into evidence on Respondent's behalf, do not rebut this claim. Additionally,
Claimant left his cell when his cellmate was packing to leave and was ordered to return to his
cell even after Claimant testified that he informed the correctional officers of the situation and
his fear of returning to his cell where his cellmate was packing.
It is clear from the evidence presented that Respondent failed to take measures to protect
the Claimant and consequently failed in its duty to provide Claimant with reasonable care in
protecting him from harm. The Respondent did not allow Claimant to stay in the dayroom while
his cellmate was packing to move. Respondent did not take any other measures in protecting
Claimant while his cellmate was in the moving process. The State failed in its duty to use
reasonable care to protect Claimant from harm when they had actual and constructive notice of
the trouble that was to occur. The Claimant Larry Hayes suffered damages in being punched in
the mouth which resulted in him breaking his jaw.
It is hereby ordered that Claimant is awarded the amount of $3,000.00 in full and
complete satisfaction of his claim.
206 (No. 01-CC-3525 – Claim awarded)
CHRIS BRADLEY, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION, Respondent.
Opinion filed February 10, 2012
EDWARD SZEWCZYK, Counsel for Claimant
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JAMIE KNODEL, Assistant Attorney General, of
counsel), for Respondent.
Negligence, Burden of proof- In a claim for negligence, Claimant must prove that (1) the
State owed Claimant a duty of ordinary care to maintain its roadways in a reasonably safe
condition, (2) the State breached its duty, and (3) damages resulting proximately from
that breach. The duty of ordinary care arises when the State has notice of the defect at
issue. But the State is not a guarantor of the safety of all drivers on its roads.
Highways, Duty to warn of the defective condition- When the State has actual or
constructive notice of recurring standing water on a roadway, the State has a duty to warn
the motorist public. Evidence was presented to show the State had actual knowledge of
flooding on the road prior to Claimant's accident, or that with any degree of due diligence
would have gained actual knowledge of recurring flooding on that specific road. State
offered no evidence to contradict Claimant's facts that the water on the road caused the
accident. State breached its duty to warn.
Damages, Medical expenses due- In order to recover medical expenses, Claimant must
establish (1) the medical services were reasonable and necessary to treat the injuries
suffered and causally connected to the accident, and (2) the medical services were
reasonable and necessary for like services. Expert testimony is not required if the need
for the medical services is so obvious as to be within the realm of a layperson's
knowledge.
OPINION
Sprague, C.J.
Claimant filed a Complaint for personal injuries arising from a motor vehicle accident on
May 20, 2000. The Complaint alleges that Claimant was driving on Illinois Route 15, also
known as Missouri Avenue, near the 3300 block of East St. Louis, Illinois when he encountered
standing water on the roadway. He suffered personal injuries when he lost control of his vehicle
and struck a utility pole. A hearing was held before Commissioner Ysursa on August 8, 2011.
207 Edward Szewczyk represented Claimant, and Assistant Attorney General Jamie Knodel
represented Respondent.
I. Preliminary Issues
Respondent filed twelve (12) motions in limine. Oral arguments were held on the
motions in limine. Motions in limine 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 were denied. Motions in limine
numbers 8 and 12 were granted.
Respondent objected to the Supreme Court Rule 237 Notices served by Claimant on
August 5, 2011, for four former and/or current Illinois Department of Transportation (herein
after IDOT) employees. Respondent objected due to two reasons: (1) the 237 notices were
improper due to the untimely service; and (2) two of the persons sought to attend by Claimant,
Christin Braunbauer and Mary Lanny, were not included in any Supreme Court Rule 213
disclosures. During argument it was noted that Braunbauer and Lanny no longer work for IDOT
and as such are not under Respondent's control, mooting the issue. The other two IDOT
employees contained in the Rule 237 notices were Steve Wheeler and Angela Blackburn. After
a recess counsel for both parties resolved the remaining 237 notice issues by Respondent
stipulating that the State of Illinois owns and controls Route 15 in the area in question and as
such has a duty to maintain the roadway in a reasonably safe condition, including the removal
and/or warning of standing water on the roadway.
II. Background
East St. Louis Police Officer Rodell Andrews, Jr. was the first witness called by
Claimant. Officer Andrews testified that he has been employed by the East St. Louis Police
Department for over 15 years starting in January 2006. Officer Andrews responded to the
Claimant's accident on the evening of May 20, 2000, around 8:10 p.m. He was presented
208 Claimant's Exhibit 9, a copy of his police report of the accident, in order to refresh his memory.
Officer Andrews testified that the accident occurred on Missouri Avenue near the intersection
with 33rd Avenue. Officer Andrews stated that he arrived at the scene and observed Claimant
and his vehicle. He testified that the vehicle had hydroplaned and struck a telephone pole on the
northbound side of westbound Missouri Avenue. Officer Andrews was presented Claimant's
Exhibits 10-21, which were photographs of the area of the accident, and testified that while not
taken on the evening of the accident, the pictures accurately depict the condition of Missouri
Avenue around the time of the accident. Officer Andrews stated that he did not remember seeing
a sign stating "Water on Pavement" at or near the accident scene. Officer Andrews was then
shown Claimant's Exhibits 15, 16 and 17 that show the pole that Claimant hit. He testified that
the photographs accurately and fairly depict the pole that Claimant's vehicle struck on the night
of the accident except there was more water on Missouri Avenue on the evening of the accident
than depicted in the photos. Officer Andrews testified that he regularly patrolled the area in
question as a normal part of his duties. He stated that it was common knowledge that the
westbound lanes of Route 15 frequently flooded in the area of the accident. He said that the area
typically flooded up to the center lane of the road and that the water remained on the roadway for
days until the water evaporated. Officer Andrews said that he never reported the flooding to
IDOT or other authorities. He stated that he did not measure the depth of the water on the
pavement on May 20, 2000, but stated it was deep enough for a vehicle to lose control and
hydroplane.
Officer Andrews observed Claimant at scene of the accident. He testified that Claimant
had injuries to his head and was bleeding from his head. He stated that an ambulance took him
from the scene. Officer Andrews observed damage to Claimant's vehicle on the front end and
209 testified that Claimant's Exhibit 22 fairly and accurately depicted Claimant's vehicle on date of
accident. Officer Andrews testified that the water covered the entire right lane of westbound
Illinois Route 15.
After Officer Andrew's direct examination, Claimant's Exhibits 10 through 21 were
admitted into evidence over Respondent's objection. Claimant's Exhibit 9 was admitted without
objection. Claimant's Exhibit 22 was admitted into evidence over Respondent's objection.
On cross examination Officer Andrews did not recall how long the water was on the
roadway on the night of the accident. On re-direct Officer Andrews was shown Claimant's
Exhibit 26 which was admitted into evidence over Respondent's objection.
The second witness called to testify was Claimant, Chris Bradley. Claimant stated that he
was in an accident on May 20, 2000, on Illinois Route 15 (Missouri Avenue) around 8:00 p.m.
Claimant stated that he was travelling on westbound Missouri Avenue going over an overpass
heading into East St. Louis. He testified that he had headlights on and nothing was obstructing
his view. He stated it was not raining that evening and it had not rained that day. He testified
that it did rain the day before on May 19th. He said that he lived most of his life in Nebraska but
returned to Cahokia in 1998 in order to live with his mother and graduate from high school. He
testified that he was not that familiar with the particular area of Missouri Avenue where the
accident occurred and that prior to the accident he had never observed standing water on the
roadway in the area in question. He stated that at the time of the accident he was travelling the
speed limit in the far right westbound lane and he hit a pool of standing water, his vehicle
hydroplaned, and the vehicle's front end struck a utility pole on north side of Missouri Avenue.
He stated that he did not see any warning signs advising of water on pavement. He testified that
Claimant's Exhibits 10 through 21 fairly and accurately depict the roadway and the pole he
210 struck. Claimant did not testify as to the amount of standing water on the roadway on the
evening in question.
After hitting the pole, Claimant stated that his head hit the windshield and he was
"woozy" but not unconscious. He stated that his head and forehead were injured plus his left leg
and his neck and back. He testified that after the accident he was taken via ambulance to St.
Mary's Hospital (currently Kenneth Hall Hospital) and was treated and released. Claimant
testified that Claimant's Exhibit 7 is a bill from Kenneth Hall Hospital and was paid. Claimant
testified that he then received treatment for his injuries from Frick Chiropractic Clinic in
Cahokia. He stated that Claimant's Exhibit 8 is a bill from Frick Chiropractic Clinic in Cahokia
and had been paid. Claimant testified that at the time of the accident he was employed at
Casey's General Store. He stated that he missed work due to his injuries and suffered lost wages
in the amount of $1,100. Claimant presented no documentary evidence of his wages at the time
of the accident to support his testimony. Claimant testified that Claimant's Exhibit 23 is a photo
of his left leg showing abrasions and Claimant's Exhibit 24 depicts his forehead after the
accident. Claimant testified that he received stitches in his forehead and has about an inch scar
from about the midpoint of his forehead near his hairline down towards his left eye.
After direct examination Claimant's Exhibits 23 and 24 were admitted into evidence.
Claimant's Exhibits 7 and 8 were admitted into evidence over Respondent's objections.
On cross examination Claimant was asked about his familiarity with Illinois Route 15
and he said he was not that familiar with it. Respondent's counsel showed him his deposition
demonstrated that he stated that he had driven on Illinois Route 15 once or twice a month before
May 20, 2000. Claimant could not remember traffic conditions on evening in question. He
testified as to lost wages of $1,100 but could not answer how he calculated lost wages in 2000;
211 specifically, he could not recall how much his wages were back in 2000. On re-direct Claimant
clarified that while he had driven on Route 15 prior to the accident, he was not familiar with
stretch of Illinois Route 15 where the accident occurred because his experience driving on Route
15 was between Cahokia and Belleville, IL, which took him on a different stretch of road from
the accident site. On re-direct he was shown the answers to interrogatories and stated that he
missed 3 weeks of work that formed his claim for lost wages. On re-cross Claimant testified that
he did not work the week of May 21s' – June 3rd and disputes Casey's General Store records that
show he worked 12 hours that week. He stated in deposition that his wages were $7 per hour but
he testified at the trial that his deposition testimony was incorrect.
Claimant then called Joseph Dean Monroe, an IDOT employee for the last 17 years, as an
adverse witness. Monroe has worked out of the IDOT facility in Collinsville, IL for the vast
majority of his 17 years with IDOT. He testified that he currently is the District Operations
Engineer for District 8 and has been in that position for the previous 6 years. Monroe has a
masters degree in civil engineering. He testified that District 8 includes Missouri Avenue where
the accident occurred in this case. He stated that prior to being the District Operations Engineer
for District 8 he was a Field Operations Engineer beginning in 2000. In May 2000 he testified he
was working as a Traffic Operation Engineer and Field Operations Engineer. As a Traffic
Operation Engineer he was responsible for signage and striping of the roads within his District.
He stated that as a Field Operations Engineer he was responsible for the safe operations and
upkeep of roadways in his zone. He testified that in May 2000 Steve Wheeler was the field
technician for Bowman Maintenance facility located at Seventh and Exchange in East St. Louis,
IL. Wheeler was responsible for repair and maintenance for stretches of road including Route
15.
212 Monroe testified that since May 2000 he has become aware of standing water on
Missouri Avenue. He stated that as of May 2000 he was unaware of any flooding issues near the
3300 block of Missouri Avenue. Monroe testified that standing water covering a full lane of
traffic is a potential driving hazard to the motorist public. He testified that it is reasonable for a
person to expect a dry road surface when driving and it is not raining. He further stated that if
IDOT is aware of standing water on a roadway then the appropriate action is to place a warning
sign in the area. In this area he stated that IDOT could not make drastic changes to the roadway
because the drainage of water from the roadway was the responsibility of the City of East St.
Louis as it owned the drainage sewers. Monroe testified that Claimant's Exhibits 10, 11, 12, and
13 depict IDOT warning signs placed near the accident site shortly after accident.
Monroe testified that he became aware of the recurrent flooding in the areas after 2000.
He testified that IDOT generally drives all roadways in a District on a regular basis. He stated
that there is no set routine but workers should regularly drive the district's roads to check out the
condition. He stated that as of May 2000 the majority of "maintainers" drove past the 33
hundred block of Missouri Avenue on their way to work. Monroe also testified that in May
2000 there was a 24 hour communication center wherein the public could report dangerous
conditions on the roadway and during normal working hours the public would call the safety and
claims bureau to report dangerous conditions. Monroe also stated that IDOT relies on local
governmental agencies such as police departments to report problems with roadways. After this
testimony Claimant rested.
Respondent called Mr. Monroe in its case in chief to testify. Monroe reviewed
Supplemental Departmental Report pages 12 through 31 which contained the IDOT call in logs
and motor safety logs from May 19 to 24, 2000. He testified that he was familiar with IDOT's
213 processes on these logs and these logs were maintained in the regular course of business. He
reviewed the logs and there was no reference to a complaint of standing water on Missouri
Avenue at 3300 block between May 19th and 22nd. Monroe stated that at some point an IDOT
employee must have received a report of standing water on Missouri Avenue near the 3300
block due to an IDOT Memorandum from R.D. Reeves to Angela Blackburn. The
Memorandum, dated July 6, 2000, stated that Mr. Reeves observed water in several locations of
Missouri Avenue on May 22nd. Monroe also testified that there was an agreement with East St.
Louis wherein IDOT maintains the roadway, shoulders and right of way and East St. Louis
maintains the drainage sewers.
On cross examination Monroe was shown Claimant's Exhibit 6 which contained a
memorandum from Gary Smith that denotes Claimant filing a complaint about road conditions
on May 22nd. Monroe testified that the May 22nd complaint from Claimant was not contained in
the logs he was referred to previously. Monroe further testified that even if an employee going
home observes a dangerous condition on a roadway, the employee has a duty to take some
action. If there is a recurrent problem then it should be addressed. Monroe also testified that at
the request of East St. Louis IDOT did assess the area in question in relation to the flooding
problems. He stated that flooding in the area was caused by a large rain event or by discharge of
waste water into the combined sewer system from a nearby industrial plant, or a combination of
both. Monroe stated that the first time he knew that the IDOT Bowman facility became aware of
flooding in the area in questions was on May 22, 2000, and that IDOT acted appropriately by
erecting a warning sign.
The Supplemental Departmental Report was admitted into evidence as Respondent's
Exhibit #1. The Original Departmental Report was admitted into evidence as Claimant's Exhibit
214 #6.
III. Analysis
Claimant has made a claim for negligence. In order to prevail, Claimant must establish a
duty owed to Claimant by Respondent, a breach of that duty by Respondent, and damages
resulting proximately from that breach. Chandler v. Illinois Central Railroad Co., 207 Ill. 2d
331, 340, 798 N.E.2d 724, 729 (2003). There is no question that Respondent owes a duty of
ordinary care to maintain its roadways in a reasonably safe condition, Reidy v. State, 31 Ill. Ct.
Cl. 16 (1975), but Respondent is not a guarantor of the safety of all drivers on its roads. This
duty of ordinary care only arises when the Respondent has notice of the defect at issue. Sutter
and Fleming v. State, 48 Ill. Ct. Cl. 84 (1996). The duty of ordinary care extends to the warning
of potential dangerous conditions on the roadways of which the State has notice. Sutter and
Fleming v. State, 48 Ill. Ct. Cl. 84 (1996).
In this case, Claimant alleges that Missouri Avenue near the 3300 block near East St.
Louis contained a defective condition, specifically it was prone to frequent flooding that posed a
danger to the motorist public. Claimant asserts that Respondent negligently failed to inspect,
repair and maintain Missouri Avenue free of standing water and/or failed to warn the motorist
public of the dangerous condition of water on the roadway. There are really two issues to be
considered: (1) whether Respondent is liable for the negligent inspection, repair or maintenance
of the road thus causing flooding; and (2) whether Respondent is liable for failing to warn of the
condition.
Claimant's first theory of liability, the failure to inspect, repair or maintain the roadway
fails. IDOT engineer Monroe testified that there is an agreement between IDOT and the City of
East St. Louis wherein IDOT maintains the roadway, shoulders, and land within the right of way
215 and East St. Louis is responsible for sewers and drainage. Claimant presented no evidence to
indicate that the flooding was caused by any condition of the roadway itself. The only evidence
as to the actual cause of the flooding on the roadway was from Monroe who stated that he
personally observed flooding on the location in question from the manhole cover on westbound
Route 15. Monroe testified that it was his understanding that there was a flooding problem on
Route 15 near the 3300 block due to the fact the sewers maintained by East St. Louis in that area
were in a combination sewer system that accepted industrial, residential and storm runoff. As
there was no evidence presented that the flooding was caused by a failure to inspect, maintain or
repair the roadway by Respondent, Claimant's first theory of liability fails.
The second theory of liability is that Respondent had actual or constructive knowledge of
the dangerous condition on the roadway and failed to warn the motorist public. The Court of
Claims has held that when Respondent has actual or constructive notice of recurrent standing
water on a roadway that the Respondent has a duty to warn the motorist public. Scott v. State of
Illinois, 43 Ill.Ct.Cl. 85 (1990). The key inquiry is the reasonableness of Respondent's actions in
light of the notice it had.
In this case the only testimony as to the recurrence of standing water on Route 15 as of
May 20, 2000 is that of East St. Louis Police Officer Andrews. Officer Andrews testified that it
was common knowledge that Missouri Avenue flooded whenever it rained. He further testified
that the standing water would remain on the roadway until such time that it evaporated. Mr.
Monroe testified that the flooding in the area even occurred due to non-rain events. The
evidence at trial indicates that the flooding in the area in question was not a case of a flashflood
that quickly recedes; but rather was a recurrent flooding problem wherein the water remains for
a period of days. Furthermore, the evidence demonstrates that not only did the flooding occur
216 during wet weather but sometimes when it was not raining due to the sewer discharge.
If in fact Respondent had actual knowledge of flooding on Missouri Avenue prior to the
accident then Mr. Monroe testified that IDOT had a duty to place a warning sign up. As such if
no warning sign was placed then Respondent breached its duty. A preponderance of the
evidence weighs in favor of the fact that Respondent had actual knowledge, or with any degree
of due diligence would have gained actual knowledge, of recurrent flooding on Missouri
Avenue. While Respondent was not responsible to repair the sewers nothing prevented
Respondent from erecting a sign to warn motorists of the possibility of water on the roadway.
As such Respondent breached its duty to warn.
The next inquiry is whether the water on the roadway caused the accident. The
testimony from Claimant is that around 8:00 p.m. he was travelling on westbound Missouri
Avenue. He stated that it was dark and his vehicle was working properly. He stated that he
went over an overpass and after reaching the bottom of the other side of the overpass he hit the
standing water, hydroplaned and struck a utility pole on the north side of the road. Officer
Andrews, while not a witness, opined that Claimant lost control due to the standing water and
struck the pole. Respondent offered no evidence to contradict this version of events. As such
the accident was proximately caused by the standing water on the roadway.
The final element of his case is damages. Claimant seeks damages for his medical
expenses, pain, suffering and disability, disfigurement and for lost wages. Claimant stated that
in the accident he hit his head on the windshield and was woozy. He stated that he cut his
forehead and hurt his leg, neck and back. Claimant testified that he was taken via ambulance to
Kenneth Hall Regional Hospital (formerly St. Mary's Hospital) in East St. Louis via ambulance.
He testified that he was treated and released. Claimant's Exhibit #7 is a medical bill from
217 Kenneth Hall Hospital in the amount of $1,117.60. Claimant stated that the medical bill from
Kenneth Hall Hospital was paid. He then testified that he was treated at Frick Chiropractic
Clinic in Cahokia, IL after the accident. Claimant's Exhibit #8 is a medical bill from Frick
Chiropractic Clinic in the amount of $199.00 and Claimant testified that the bill was paid.
Claimant also stated that he has a scar on his forehead from the accident. The scar appears to be
about an inch in length and goes from Claimant's hairline in the middle of his forehead towards
his left eye.
On the issue of medical expenses Respondent argues that Claimant has not proven a
causal link between the accident and the medical services provided because there is no expert
testimony. In order to recover medical expenses due to an accident Claimant must establish two
things: (1) the medical services were reasonable and necessary to treat the injuries suffered by
the Claimant and caused by the negligence of the Respondent, i.e. causally connected to the
accident; and (2) the medical services were reasonable and necessary for like services in the
area. While generally in order to establish that the medical services are causally connected to
the injuries suffered expert testimony is required, if the need for the medical services is so
obvious to be within the realm of a layperson's knowledge, no expert testimony is required.
Brown v. Baker, 2184 Ill.App.3d 401, 405, 672 N.E.2d 69, 71 (5th Dist. 1996).4 In this case the
ambulance and treatment at Kenneth Hall Hospital on the evening of the accident are within the
realm of knowledge of the layperson. As such Claimant has met his burden by a preponderance
4
"Generally, a plaintiff in a personal injury case must present the testimony of a medical expert to establish
causation if the relationship between the claimed injury and the event in question requires special knowledge and
training to establish. For example, if a plaintiff suffers a cut in an accident, the jury can readily determine without
expert testimony that the accident caused the cut. But, if the nature of plaintiff's injury is complex or if the condition
could be the result of some event or condition other than the accident in question, then expert testimony may be
needed to establish the particular event that caused the pain and the underlying medical condition. This proof of
causation is usually accomplished by presenting testimony from a physician on the causation issue." See Brown v.
Baker, 2184 Ill.App.3d 401, 405, 672 N.E.2d 69, 71 (5th Dist. 1996).
218 of the evidence that the medical services from the ambulance and Kenneth Hall Hospital were
reasonable and necessary. The next prong is whether Claimant established that the medical bills
were reasonable for like services in the area. The law provides that a paid bill is prima facie
evidence of the reasonableness of the charges. Arthur v. Catour, 216 Ill.2d 72, 82; 833 N.E.2d
847, 853 (2005). Since those bills were paid the Claimant has met his burden of proving the
services were reasonable to treat the injuries he suffered. As such Claimant has met his burden
to recover the $1,117.60 medical bills from Kenneth Hall Hospital. The Frick Chiropractic
Clinic services are a different story. The layperson cannot ascertain whether said chiropractic
services were reasonable and necessary to treat the injuries of Claimant. As such Claimant
failed to meet his burden of proof that the Frick Chiropractic Clinic services were causally
connected to treat the injuries Claimant suffered due to the accident.
Claimant seeks pain and suffering due to his injuries. Claimant did not suffer any broken
bones but was involved in a motor vehicle accident nonetheless. As such Claimant is awarded
$2,000 for pain and suffering.
Claimant also seeks $1,100 in lost wages. Claimant has failed to meet his burden of
proof on this issue. Claimant failed to present any documentary evidence of his wages in May
of 2000. He further could not remember his hourly wage at the time of the accident. As such
Claimant has not proven his claim for lost wages.
The final damage for Claimant is the scar on his head. In light of the location and
prominence of the scar Claimant is awarded $5,000 for the scar.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Claimants' claim is granted. Claimant is awarded
$8.117.60 in total damages.
219 (No. 03-CC-3860 – Claim awarded)
ALDRIDGE ELECTRIC, INC., Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION, Respondent.
Opinion filed May 2, 2012
EDWARD KEIDAN, Counsel for Claimant
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JILL OTTE, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel),
for Respondent.
Breach of contract, Misrepresentation- The government impliedly warrants the accuracy
of matters set forth in contract documents and is liable for breach of contract when they
provide material misrepresentations on which a contractor relies. To prevail, the
contractor must establish (1) State’s plans and specifications contained a material
misrepresentation, (2) contractor relied on that misrepresentation, and (3) contractor’s
reliance on said misrepresentation caused him financial harm. Claimant proved that
IDOT’s negligent estimate of 2,183 (instead of the correct 2,017) T1 signals was a
material misrepresentation on which Claimant relied and due to its reliance, suffered
economic damages in calculating the bid.
Breach of contract, Damages- Sufficient damages are awarded to place the injured party
in as good a position as he would have been had the breaching party fully performed.
Claimant must show that but for the breach, the damages alleged would not have been
suffered. Damages must be foreseeable at the time the parties entered the contract,
meaning they must be the natural and proximate result of the breach. The State’s error in
the estimate caused Claimant to lose profits by providing a lower unit price. Had the
State provided the correct lower estimate, Claimant would have submitted a higher
unit/bid price to recover its revenue.
Breach of contract, Implied duty of good faith, Implied duty to cooperate, Implied duty
not to hinder performance- Claimant must prove (1) the delay was for an unreasonable
amount of time, (2) the delay was proximately caused by the State’s actions, (3) the delay
resulted in some injury to the contractor, and (4) the State was the sole proximate cause
of the delay. State’s actions in releasing authorization for performance of certain nonroutine items, though they amounted to delays for Claimant, were not unreasonable.
Breach of contract, Payment of damages- Court of Claims cannot enter an award for
damages unless sufficient funds were available to pay the damages. The court found
insufficient funds to pay the full damages claimed by Claimant and limited the payment
to the amount of funds available as shown in a Departmental Report.
OPINION
Sprague, C.J.
220 Claimant, Aldridge Electric filed this Complaint against Respondent, Illinois Department
of Transportation on March 5, 2003, alleging two counts of breach of contract related to
Electrical Maintenance Contract 60608. In Count I, Claimant seeks $1,419,210 in damages,
alleging that Respondent's negligent estimate in the bidding documents constituted a
misrepresentation it relied on when making its bid. In Count II, Claimant seeks $559,363 in
damages and alleges that Respondent breached its implied duty not to hinder performance when
it unreasonably hindered and delayed in releasing authorization for performance of certain nonroutine work items under the contract. A three day trial was heard before a Commissioner
beginning on February 7, 2011.
FACTUAL BACKGROUND
On August 18, 1998 the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) made available
the bidding documents for the District 1 Electrical Maintenance Contract 60608 (EMC 60608).
Work under EMC 60608 was to begin at 12 a.m. on January 1, 1999 and end on December 31,
1999. IDOT had the option to renew it for another year, which in this case it did. EMC 60608
covered several counties and required that the contractor maintain the following IDOT electrical
systems: lighting, pump stations, traffic signals, the surveillance system, weigh stations, special
systems (including the reversible lane controls) and miscellaneous systems, such as ice beacons,
navigational lighting systems, and camera systems.
EMC 60608 was subsequently awarded to Aldridge with its bid of $15,392,513.87. This
bid was $120,000 less than that of Meade Electric, the only other bidder on this EMC.
According to Michael Calihan, Aldridge Project Manager for EMC 60608, and current Aldridge
Director of Training and Employment, Aldridge had been bidding on IDOT's EMC since 1985,
and it was awarded the EMC in '86, '91, '92, '93, and '94. Calihan stated that during the '85-'01
221 period, with the exception of maybe one year, Meade Electric was the only other company that
bid on the District 1 EMC. Michael Knutson, currently Vice President of Infrastructure at
Meade Electric testified that in the last 60 years Meade had been awarded the District 1 EMC
about 53 times. Knutson, a Meade employee for thirty-two years, was a Contract Manager for
Meade in 1999 and had held that position since 1995.
EMC 60608 was broken down into routine and non-routine maintenance of the
previously mentioned electrical systems. Non-routine work was the less significant portion of
EMC 60608. Before non-routine work could be performed, IDOT would have to authorize it.
IDOT would release its authorization letters on the EMC MS database, which the contractors
were required to check every day for IDOT authorization postings. Martin Anderson, IDOT
Bureau Chief of Electrical Operations since 1990 (now retired), stated that the decisions
regarding when to authorize the non-routine work were, among other things, based on budgetary
considerations and required field reports submitted by the contractor.
Once the non-routine work was authorized, Aldridge was then required to submit its
plans for completing the work to IDOT for approval. This was a back and forth process between
the contractor and IDOT and could take several months. Although Aldridge was not allowed to
start performing the non-routine work until IDOT approved the plans, it was allowed to purchase
the material and equipment necessary for the project.
Calihan indicated that the routine maintenance portion of the EMC was really the meat
of the contract and required many fixed costs such as workshop facilities, warehouses,
manpower required to administer the contract, communications equipment, a 24 hour dispatch
center, and specialized fleet of maintenance vehicles. Calihan stated that routine maintenance of
the five different types of traffic signals (T1-T5) constituted the bulk of the EMC contract. It
222 accounted for 65% of the total bid price for the contract, with the T1 signals constituting about
60% of the total bid price, and signals T2-T5 making up the other 5%.
Calihan described that in a typical T1 traffic signal location, at the intersection of two or
more roads, there would be a control cabinet with electronic equipment in it; mast arm mounted
signals that go over the road; post mounted signals that sit on the side of the road; various types
of detectors in the pavement, or external to the pavement, to count the cars; lighting; and signs,
among other things.
Calihan stated that prior to 1999, IDOT paid the contractor for T1 signal maintenance on
a unit-price basis, and that in all EMC's prior to 1999 each of these various components of a T1
location was designated as a different unit for which the contractor had to submit a unit bid
price. For example, there would be one unit bid price for control cabinets, another unit bid price
for mast arm mounted signals, and so on and so forth. For each of these different T1 location
components/units, the contractor was paid at the end of the month for the total amount of units it
maintained. This was known as a "pieces and parts" contract. With EMC 60608, however,
IDOT switched over to a new payment scheme and designated an entire T1 location as a single
unit. Thus, under EMC 60608, the contractor was to be paid based on the total number of T1
locations it maintained instead of the various components at each of those locations.
Calihan stated that when Aldridge first got the bidding documents in August 1998, the
listing in Volume 3 stated that there were 1,965 T1 locations, and section 15.19 indicated that
this was a good estimate. Later, on September 4, 1998, IDOT provided an addendum to the bid
documents indicating that there were 2,183 estimated T1 locations. Aldridge used this 2,183
estimate in calculating the bid price for traffic signal locations and made a bid of $354.29/T1
location. Both, former IDOT Bureau Chief Martin Anderson and Doris Leonard, an IDOT
223 Contract technician for 18 years, agreed that 2,183 was the number Aldridge should have used in
calculating its bid.
Various portions of the contract (to be discussed in detail below) stated that 2,183 was an
estimate, subject to variation for reasons such as construction, maintenance transfers, new
installations, and maintenance agreement revisions and removals and that Claimant would only
receive compensation for the actual number of locations it maintained in a given month.
Calihan testified that Aldridge did not attempt to verify this estimate by physically
counting T1 signal locations because they only had a month to prepare the bid, and that was not
enough time. Further, Calihan indicated that, based on Aldridge's prior dealings with IDOT,
there would have been no need to doubt its estimate and try verifying it. Knutson from Meade
Electric testified that Meade – who had the EMC for 53 out of the last 60 years - never sent
anyone out to verify the traffic signal estimates specified in the bidding documents.
Knutson concurred that, historically, IDOT's numbers were accurate and that he never
had any reason to believe otherwise. When bidding on EMC 60608, Meade Electric never
verified the EMC Maintenance System database (EMC MS) to see if the 2,183 estimate
compared with numbers in the database, even though Meade had access to the EMC MS since it
was still working on the EMC prior to 60608. Knutson stated that although there was going to
be variation between the 2,183 estimate and how many signals would actually be on
maintenance, he never doubted that an IDOT location was identified correctly. He took the
2,183 estimate to mean that if all the T1 locations were on maintenance, there would be 2,183
locations.
Calihan noted that in Aldridge's previous dealings with IDOT, the actual units were
usually 2 to 3 percent more than the estimate supplied in the bidding documents because of
224 growth toward the end of the contract. Conversely, Knutson stated that the actual quantities
Meade got paid for were usually 10% less than the estimated quantities in the bidding
documents. However, based on Claimant's Routine Maintenance Payments Analysis Chart,
introduced at trial as Claimant's Tr. Exh. 12, it is apparent that in the four years (95-98) prior to
EMC 60608, when Meade had the EMC, the actual units Meade was paid for were greater than
the estimates in the bidding documents.
When the contract began on January 1, 1999, Aldridge was responsible for completing,
by February 1, a form IDOT District One inventory for each traffic signal location it maintained.
Aldridge was responsible for inputting that data into the IDOT Electrical Maintenance Contract
Management System (EMC MS) database by March 1. Despite this, Calihan stated that
Aldridge was not responsible for counting the locations it was to get paid for. He explained, that
in the past, IDOT would always provide them with a "base number" (which was very close to
the bidding estimate) and then as signals went on and off throughout the contract, adjustments
would be made to that base number.
With respect to the T1 locations, Calihan stated that Aldridge was paid based on the bid
amount (2,183) up until March. He noted that soon after the contract started in January, David
Ziesemer, then head of IDOT Bureau of Traffic, stated that he wanted to investigate whether
2,183 locations was accurate. Calihan offered the services of his Dispatch Supervisor, James
Jennings, and three months later, IDOT discovered errors in the database. Jennings, now a
Facilities Manager at Aldridge, stated that he spent several days a week during the three month
period in Ziesemer's office going over maps of the intersections, IDOT records and files, and the
EMC MS database. In April IDOT paid Aldridge based on a new base of 2,066 locations and
225 retroactively applied that base number to reduce the payments that Aldridge received from
January through March.
By May 1999, IDOT realized there were some more errors in the database and changed
the base to 2,017 locations. Starting June 1999, IDOT started paying Aldridge $66,463/month
less based on the new figure of 2,017 T1 traffic signal locations. During the course of the
contract, IDOT also recouped the $274,913 it overpaid Aldridge for the months of January
through May.
Even though Aldridge was getting paid less because there were less T1 traffic signal
locations, Aldridge was still obligated to continue with the fixed cost requirements under the
contract. The only provision that afforded Aldridge any relief with respect to fixed costs was the
one allowing for reduction of patrolmen. Aldridge submitted a request for three less patrolmen
in April, and eventually, in September 1999 IDOT allowed Aldridge to have two less traffic
signal patrolmen, thereby reducing Aldridge's fixed cost obligations.
With respect to the non-routine portion of this contract, IDOT did not authorize almost
half the non-routine work for 1999 until the last four months of that year. Consequently, about a
third of the non-routine work authorized in 1999 carried over to 2000. According to Claimant,
this backlog, along with IDOT releasing 26% of the non-routine work for 2000 in the last three
months of that year, resulted in a substantial carryover of non-routine work into 2001 that
Claimant had to finish after the contract term was over in 2000.
In Count I of this Complaint, Claimant alleges that IDOT is liable for damages stemming
from its negligent estimate regarding T1 locations in the routine maintenance portion of this
contract because had Claimant known there would be 166 less T1 locations, it would have bid
higher than $354.29/unit. In Count II, Claimant asserts Respondent is liable for damages due to
226 its unreasonable delays in authorizing non-routine work. Because of these delays, a significant
amount of work spilled over into 2001, and Claimant incurred extra labor related costs to
perform this work after the two-year contract period.
Respondent asserts that it is not liable for the variance between the actual T1 locations
Claimant maintained and the 2,183 estimate provided in the bidding documents. It argues that
the specifications in the bidding documents and the certifications that Claimant was required to
make in its bid proposal all unambiguously state that estimates provided in the bidding
documents were not certain and were subject to change, and that Claimant would only get paid
for the actual number of locations serviced. Respondent further asserts that Claimant knew that
the actual number of locations was lower than in the estimate because of certain documents
made available to Claimant before it was awarded the contract, and after it was awarded the
contract but before the Contract term started.
COUNT I
Analysis
In Count I of its Complaint Claimant posits four different theories of recovery, all of
which essentially state that IDOT is liable for a breach of contract because the negligent
preparation of its 2,183 T1 signal estimate constituted a material misrepresentation that Claimant
relied on to its financial detriment when calculating the unit bid price for T1 locations in EMC
60608.
The government impliedly warrants the accuracy of matters set forth in contract
documents. D.F.K. Enterprises, Inc. v. U.S., 45 Fed.Cl. 280, 285 (1999). Thus, the government
is liable to contractors for breach of contract where the State-prepared specifications contain
material misrepresentations on which the contractor relied. See Talsma Builders, Inc. v. State
227 (1976), 31 Ill.Ct.Cl. 143, 145-46. For a contractor to prevail in such an action he must establish:
1. the State's plans and specifications contained a material misrepresentation; 2. the contractor
relied on that misrepresentation; and 3. the contractor's reliance on said misrepresentation caused
him financial harm. See Id.
In a breach of contract context a misrepresentation occurs when the government misleads
a contractor by a negligently untrue representation of fact or fails to disclose information it has a
duty to disclose. Meyers Companies, Inc. v. U.S., 41 Fed.Cl. 303, 311 (1998). A
misrepresentation is "material" if the plaintiff would have acted differently had he been aware of
it, or if it concerned the type of information upon which he would be expected to rely when
making his decision to act. Miller v. William Chevrolet/GEO, Inc., 326 Ill. App. 3d 642, 650,
762 N.E.2d 1, 8 (1st Dist., 2001).
Thus, our first determination is whether IDOT's 2,183 estimate constituted a
misrepresentation.
1. Material Misrepresentation
In the case at bar, Claimant asserts that it was misled by Respondent's negligently
prepared, untrue "good estimate" of 2,183 T1 traffic locations. Further, Claimant notes that T1
traffic signals are a significant portion of the routine maintenance component of this contract,
noting that in the four years prior when Meade Electric had the District 1 EMC, it was paid an
average of $8.2 million per year for traffic signal maintenance versus less than an average of
$1.8 million per year for the other routine pay items.
Although estimates are not warranties or guarantees, the government is under a duty to
fashion material estimates in government prepared specifications with reasonable care. See
Celeron Gathering Corp. v. U.S., 34 Fed.Cl. 745, 752 (1996). Reasonable care does not require
228 the government to be clairvoyant, but the government is obliged to base its estimate on all
relevant information that is reasonably available to it. Hi-Shear Technology Corp. v. U.S., 53
Fed.Cl. 420, 430 (2002). Since the government is in the best position to acquire information
about its internal operations and needs, its duty to provide a reasonable estimate requires more
when additional information is available upon reasonable investigation. Educators Associates,
Inc. v. U.S., 41 Fed.Cl. 811, 816-17 (1998).
Martin Anderson stated that Dave Ziesemer, head of the Bureau of Traffic, came up with
the original estimate of 1,965 T1 locations but did not know how he came up with that number.
Anderson further testified that the estimate was changed in the September 4 addendum because
on September 3, Ziesemer sent a speed memo indicating that he wanted to change the 1,965
number to 2,183. Anderson did not know why Ziesemer wanted to change the number, but
stated that he recalled talk about changing the number to reflect growth projections. Anderson
did not know how growth was calculated into that number. Leonard's testimony further
indicated that no one verified whether the old 1,965 estimate was accurate before changing it to
2,183.
According to Calihan, Aldridge did not think that this new estimate was made to account
for growth in the system over the life of the contract because 218 additional locations in the
span of two years was more growth than Aldridge had ever seen in the years that it had this
EMC. Instead, Aldridge assumed that the new estimate was a correction and reflected the most
accurate estimate available. Meade's Knutson stated that he had originally thought IDOT had
accounted for growth in the new estimate, but after looking at the various charts and documents
at trial, he no longer thought so.
229 When IDOT finally did embark on ascertaining the actual number of T1 locations, it did
so after the contract term started, and it took about three months. Jennings and Ziesemer, along
with IDOT's employee Obed Ortiz, conducted the audit by comparing the EMC MS database
with the documents that were a part of EMC 60608, and IDOT's files, notes, and maps with the
various intersections noted on them. IDOT'S audit determined that there were 2,066 T1
locations, and IDOT started paying Aldridge based on this newly determined number of
locations and also retroactively reduced its prior payments to Aldridge based on this number.
The database errors were mainly due to duplication of locations: specifically, if the intersection
contained roads that were referred to by more than one name, the intersection showed up on the
EMC MS database as multiple locations because it was entered into the EMC MS database
under each of those different road names. A few months after the audit, IDOT discovered even
more errors in the EMC MS database and this time concluded there were actually 2,017 T1
locations – 166 less T1 locations than the 2,183 estimate that Claimant was told to use in the
bidding documents.
Respondent does not have the burden of establishing the reasonableness of its procedure
in obtaining its estimate until Claimant has first met its burden of persuasion. See Crown
Laundry and Dry Cleaners, Inc. v. U.S., 29 Fed.Cl. 506, 520 (1993). But here, Claimant was
merely asking what the procedure for obtaining the estimate was, and no one testifying for the
Respondent even knew how the initial 1,965 T1 estimate was obtained by Ziesemer, or how and
why the new, subsequent 2,183 T1 estimate was obtained by him. Given that EMC 60608 was
the first time that IDOT was paying contractors based on T1 locations instead of parts, it is hard
to understand why the Bureau administering the contract would not be more involved in
ensuring the accuracy of the estimate –especially since routine maintenance of T1 signals in the
230 past accounted for a significant portion of the payments that IDOT made to the contractor.
Further, when IDOT/Ziesemer did try verifying the actual number of locations, they used
IDOT's maps and files, and records in the EMC MS database – the same information that IDOT
would have had access to before the contract was entered into.
Based on all the above, we find IDOT was negligent in providing its estimate regarding
T1 locations to Claimant because it failed to reasonably verify and produce its estimates using
information that was readily available to it at the time it made the estimate. Thus, we find that
IDOT's estimate of 2,183 T1 locations was a misrepresentation because IDOT misled Aldridge
by requiring it to use in its bid calculations the incorrect 2,183 estimate it negligently provided.
We now turn to whether this misrepresentation was material. Aldridge explains that
routine T1 traffic signal maintenance was the largest portion of EMC 60608. Pursuant to
Article 5.3.1., there were lots of fixed costs associated with the routine maintenance portion of
the contract that would have remained basically the same whether there were 2,183 T1 locations
or 2,017 T1. Thus, had Respondent not misrepresented there were 2,183 T1 locations, and
instead provided an accurate estimate of 2,017 locations, Aldridge would have given a higher
bid than $349.29/unit. Had Aldridge known that there were closer to 2,017 T1 locations, it
would never have entered into a contract where it received $354.29/unit. Thus, we find that
IDOT's negligent estimate of 2,183 T1 locations was a material misrepresentation.
Regardless, Respondent points to the following provisions to argue that it is not liable
for any damages arising from variation between actual quantities and the estimates in the
bidding documents:
15:19 of the bidding specifications states:
Volume 3 of this contract contains a July 1998 listing of the State of Illinois
maintained signal locations in District 1 including a listing of the type and
231 number of signal appurtenances (equipment at each). The number of locations is
constantly changing due to construction, maintenance transfers, new installations,
maintenance agreement revisions and removals. The number and type of
equipment is listed to provide the Contract with a good estimate of the inventory,
but the listing shall be considered to be only an estimate and the Department
should not be held accountable for any errors in this listing.
Article 5.4.3 of EMC 60608 states:
Quantities included for bidding are only estimates and actual quantities may vary.
The pace of construction activities within the District as well as a number of other
unpredictable factors will cause variances from these indicated quantities, both
for routine maintenance pay items as well as non-routine pay items. The
Contractor's unit prices are expected to be realistic and no additional
compensation will be allowed to due to a variance in quantities;...The Contractor
is cautioned against unbalanced bidding and is directed to Article 102.08(c) of the
Standard Specifications.
Respondent argues that these provisions clearly establish that when bidders were to make
bids based on an estimate of 2,183 locations, they were to take into consideration that this
number would vary from the actual amount of locations they would service, and more
importantly bidders would not receive further compensation for the variances between the
estimated 2,183 locations and the actual locations serviced.
Irrespective of IDOT's disclaimers however, even where a contract disclaims all
warranties or guarantees with respect to an estimate, the government is under a duty to fashion
material estimates with reasonable care. Celeron Gathering Corp. v. U.S. at 752 (1996).
Disclaimers of estimate afford a flexibility sufficient to accommodate actual deviations from the
estimate, but the latitude that it affords may not properly be used to excuse the estimator from
using relevant information that is reasonably available to him. See Chemical Technology, Inc. v.
U. S., 227 Ct.Cl. 120, 645 F.2d 934, 948 (1981). IDOT's disclaimers cannot shield it from the
liability it incurred by breaching its duty to fashion estimates with reasonable care when it
negligently misrepresented 2,183 as a good estimate of T1 locations.
232 In addition to these provisions in the specifications, Respondent also points to certain
certifications that bidders, once they were actually ready to submit a bid, were to file along with
their bid proposals. Anderson (the IDOT Bureau Chief of Electrical Operations during EMC
60608) stated at trial that these paragraphs emphasize that the schedule of prices to which the
contractor bids are estimates and the contractor is not guaranteed to be paid those numbers; the
contractor will only be paid for actual quantities; and the contractor declares that he understands
that to be the case and that he waives rights to claim anything that he misunderstood what these
requirements were, and that he has visited the location, is familiar with the surroundings, and the
conditions for the contract.
However, again, the provisions of a contract directing contractors to visit the site and
inform themselves of the actual conditions will not relieve the government from liability due to
defects in the plans and specifications. Arcole Const. Co. v. State (1941), 11 Ill.Ct.Cl. 423, 43435. Where the defect is a misrepresentation of a material fact, like in the case at bar,
independent investigation of T1 locations is beyond the scope of the language in these
certifications because the government provided a positive representation, a self-proclaimed
"good estimate", of 2,183 T1 locations that Claimant had a right to rely on without an
investigation to prove its falsity. See id.
Further, even when IDOT finally attempted to determine the actual number of T1
locations in January-March/April, it did not go out into the field and try physically counting
actual locations; it compared its records, files, intersection maps, and EMC MS. Thus, it is
233 doubtful that an actual site location count would have been helpful - especially since Calihan
would not know how the intersections were classified in the EMC MS database.5
Having found that IDOT's estimate of 2,183 T1 locations was a material
misrepresentation, we now turn to whether Claimant relied on the material misrepresentation.
2. Contractor's reliance on the misrepresentation
Based on the testimonies of Knutson and Calihan, it is apparent that neither Aldridge nor
Meade felt the need to verify the 2,138 estimate because they had never needed to verify any of
IDOT's estimates in the past. They trusted IDOT because it had always provided good estimates,
and had no reason to doubt that the 2,183 estimate would be accurate - especially since IDOT
provided the 2,183 estimate as an update on the previous 1,965 "good estimate." Claimant then
relied on this 2,183 estimate/material misrepresentation to calculate its unit bid price for T1 (or
traffic signal) locations.
Nonetheless, Respondent argues that even if its estimate was negligent, Aldridge should
have known that it was wrong after reviewing the September 8, 1998 Addendum, "Sample
Routine Maintenance Quantities." The addendum listed the various quantities of parts or
components that IDOT paid Meade for maintaining during January 1998 to June 1998. Since
Meade's 1998 EMC was a "pieces and parts" contract, T1 traffic signal locations were not listed.
However, Knutson stated that there was a direct correlation between the number of E5
and E15 controllers that Meade was paid for and the number of T1 locations, because there was
usually only one controller per intersection. Calihan, however stated that the relationship was
not that simple because sometimes if intersections were close enough to each other, one
controller would service multiple intersections.
5
Calihan testified, for example, that sometimes one controller controlled several intersections that were next to one
another - he stated that he did not know whether that would be considered 1 T1 location even though each
intersection had its own traffic lights. 234 At trial, Knutson was asked to add up the E5 and E15 totals in the September 8
Addendum, and he came up with a total of about 1,930. This was 87 locations less than the
2,017 estimate IDOT eventually determined. Knutson seems to suggest that this difference is
attributable to the signals that were "off” during that period. But it is uncertain how much of
these variances are due to "off” signals or, as Calihan suggested, multiple intersections being
controlled by the same controller.
We do not find that the number of E5 and E15 controllers would have apprised Aldridge
that the 2,183 estimate was wrong - especially since Aldridge had just received an addendum
four days before providing a new 2,138 estimate of T1 signals to bid, and Aldridge justifiably
understood that to be a corrected, more accurate revision of the prior estimate of 1,965. Further,
Knutson was uncertain whether Meade itself had even counted the E5 and E15 totals when
bidding EMC 60608, and there is no evidence that IDOT ever added or considered the total
amount of controllers when making its T1 signal estimate.
Respondent also argues that, even aside from the September 8 Addendum, Aldridge still
knew, or should have known, that its estimate was wrong because of the patrol routes Aldridge
was required to provide at the November 24, 1998 pre-construction meeting. Patrol routes
indicated the different traffic signal intersections that were to be maintained among the signal
patrolmen. Calihan testified that since Aldridge did not have any patrolmen at that time, and
Meade was then performing work under the previous EMC, Aldridge asked for, and was given,
Meade's patrol route sheets. Calihan elaborated that there was a good chance the routes would
stay the same anyway, because traffic signal work was so specialized that both companies would
usually have to hire the same patrolmen for the District 1 EMC. IDOT introduced a chart made
235 by Leonard, in which Leonard had calculated that Meade's patrol route indicated that there were
2,047 T1 signal locations.
Calihan testified that Aldridge never counted the number of traffic locations on Meade's
patrol route sheets because the documents were lengthy - over 100 pages long - and contained
more than just lists of T1 traffic signal locations. Further, Calihan stated that the patrol route
sheets were not submitted for the purpose of verifying traffic signal locations, but to match up
signal patrolmen with routes that were close to where they lived to minimize travel time.
Knutson also testified that the patrol route sheets were not intended to be used for determining or
counting traffic signal locations and that Meade never used them for that purpose. Further, both
Leonard and Anderson stated that no one from IDOT counted traffic signal locations on Meade's
patrol route sheets that Aldridge submitted at the pre-construction meeting. IDOT did not count
the locations on the patrol route sheets until after Aldridge tried obtaining relief from IDOT
under its available administrative remedies.
Notably, the patrol route sheets were presented on November 24, 1998 - about two
months after Aldridge had already made its bid, and about a month after it had been awarded the
contract. Regardless of whether Aldridge would have been able to somehow renegotiate its unit
bid price after being awarded the contract or that maybe Aldridge had these documents when it
made the bid, we find that Aldridge was justified in disregarding any T1 location information in
the patrol route sheets. The patrol route sheets were used as a tool to logistically allocate
personnel for traffic signal maintenance, and, in addition to Aldridge, neither Meade nor IDOT
used them for the purpose of counting or determining T1 locations.
3. Economic Damages due to reliance
236 Here Aldridge relied on Respondent's negligent estimate when Aldridge calculated its
$354.29/unit bid because it based its estimated revenue on maintenance of 2,183 T1 signals per
month, or 26,196 T1 signal location maintenances a year. Had IDOT provided its lower, correct
estimate of 2,017 that it established once the contract had already started, Aldridge would have
expected revenue based on 24,204 T1 maintenances a year and bid a higher unit price for T1
signals since the fixed costs associated with routine T1 signal maintenance would not have been
correspondingly lower. Thus, we find that Aldridge has proved that IDOT's estimate of 2,183
T1 signals constituted a material misrepresentation on which it relied, and due to its reliance
Aldridge suffered economic damages. We now turn to determining the damages Aldridge
suffered.
Damages
"The general rule in common law breach of contract cases is to award damages sufficient
to place the injured party in as good a position as he or she would have been had the breaching
party fully performed." San Carlos Irrigation & Drainage Dist. v. U.S., Ill F.3d 1557, 1562-63
(Fed.Cir.1997). Thus, "[a] plaintiff must show that but for the breach, the damages alleged
would not have been suffered." Id. Moreover, the damages must have been foreseeable at the
time the parties entered the contract, which requires that they "be the natural and proximate
result of the breach." Locke v. U.S., 151 Ct.Cl. 262, 283 F.2d 521, 526 (1960).
Lost profits are a recognized measure of damages where their loss is the proximate result
of the breach and the fact that there would have been a profit is definitely established, and there
is some basis on which a reasonable estimate of the amount of the profit can be made. Id.
In a number of complex contract cases, however, exact computation of damages may
prove to be extremely difficult. Therefore, courts have held that, "[t]he ascertainment of
237 damages, or of an equitable adjustment, is not an exact science, and where responsibility for
damage is clear, it is not essential that the amount thereof be ascertainable with absolute
exactness or mathematical precision." Elec. and Missile Facilities, Inc. v. U.S., 189 Ct.Cl. 237,
416 F.2d 1345, 1358 (1969). The plaintiff can meet its burden of proving damages if it
"furnishes the court with a reasonable basis for computation, even though the result is only
approximate." Hi-Shear Technology Corp. v. US, 53 Fed.Cl. 420, 436-37 (2002).
Here, because the costs pertaining to the T1 signals were fixed, Aldridge's costs would
have been the same whether it maintained 2,017 locations or it maintained 2,183 locations.
After accounting for its fixed costs, Aldridge took the profit margin it wanted and divided it by
the number of T1 signals that Respondent told it to bid, 2,183. Had Respondent provided the
correct estimate of 2,017 T1 locations, Aldridge would have divided that same profit margin by
2,017 instead of 2,183 and come up with a higher unit-price. Put another way, to maintain the
profit margin it wanted when it submitted its unit-price bid for an estimated 2,183 T1 signals,
Aldridge would have bid a higher-unit price. The error in the estimate caused Aldridge to
essentially lose profits by causing Aldridge to provide a lower unit price.
Aldridge had decided on a profit margin that required it generate $9,280,980 in revenue
a year on T1 signals. To determine its unit/bid price it would have to then divide that amount by
the amount of units it expected to be paid for servicing during that year. Since IDOT's estimates
for T1 signal units in the past had actually been slightly understated, Claimant expected that it
would service at least the estimated 2,183 locations and based its unit bid price on the
assumption that 2,183 actual units would be serviced a month. Accordingly its estimated yearly
revenue for T1 signals was $9,280,980 for each of the two years it had EMC 60608.
238 However, because the estimate was off by 166 locations, there was a significant variation
in the actual T1 signal locations that Aldridge maintained and was paid for: in 1999 Aldridge
received $8,536,988 for routine T1 signal maintenance, and in 2000 it received $8,598,264. The
total of the differences between what Aldridge expected and what it received for each year
($743,993 and $682,717) is $1,426,710. Aldridge argues that it is entitled to $1,149,210 in
damages ($1,426,710 minus $277,500 for reduction of two patrolmen in September 1999).
Notably, Respondent offers no argument regarding how damages should be calculated. Nor
does it offer any argument as to the reasonableness of how Claimant calculated its bid for T1
signals under the contract.
Given evidence that IDOT's estimates regarding T1 signal quantities in the past were
greater than the estimates in the bidding documents, we find it reasonable for Claimant to
calculate its unit/bid price based on an expected revenue from servicing the 2,183 T1 locations a
month. Further, we are satisfied that had Claimant been provided the correct estimate, it would
have applied the same rationale and submitted a higher unit/bid price that would have allowed it
to recover $1,426,710 in revenue. Thus, the amount seems appropriate to put Claimant in the
position it would have been had the breach not occurred.
Accordingly, the Court finds for Claimant on Count I of its Complaint and further finds
that Claimant has proven damages in the amount of $1,149,210 for Count I.
COUNT II
Relevant Additional Facts
At a pre-construction meeting in December 1998, Claimant told Respondent that it was
ready to start with the non-routine work and that IDOT should issue as many of the
authorizations as it could as soon as the contract started. However, IDOT did not authorize
239 about half of the $3.3 million worth of non-routine work for 1999 until the last four months of
that year. Calihan testified that given the lengthy process for approving the contractor's plans
once the non-routine work was authorized, IDOT's failure to issue authorizations sooner resulted
in a backlog in 2000. About $1.275 million of non-routine work from 1999 carried over to 2000.
Calihan stated that in late 1999, Aldridge discussed its issues with IDOT's delay in
authorizing non-routine work and that IDOT agreed to release 75% of the remaining non-routine
work by March of 2000. However, by the end of March 2000 IDOT only released about 43% of
the remaining work, and around October it authorized $940,000 of non-routine work that
constituted 26% of the total non-routine work for that year.
Although Anderson did not recall any specific discussions about percentages of nonroutine work to be released in 2000, he stated that Aldridge had expressed its concerns that nonroutine work be authorized sooner in 2000. Anderson testified that IDOT appreciated Claimant's
position and told it that it would take Claimant's position into consideration to the extent it could
in determining when non-routine work was authorized. But no guarantee was made either orally
or in writing that in 2000, IDOT would authorize certain percentages of non-routine work by a
certain time period. There is no written contract modification regarding this matter.
Calihan stated that because of IDOT's delayed authorizations Aldrich had to perform a
significant amount of non-routine work after the two year contract period was over. According
to Calihan, this created additional costs for Aldridge since it had to bring in additional
management and forces from outside to help finish the work, and once the work carried over past
the two-year period into 2001, it became even more difficult to perform the work because the
electrical workers working on EMC 60608 switched over to working for Meade when it got the
EMC in 2001. He explained that the electrical work on this EMC is so specialized that the same
240 electrical workers working would usually work on the EMC regardless of which company held
the contract.
Knutson testified that non-routine work usually goes over the two year period because
the non-routine authorizations toward the end of the year take a while to complete. He stated
that, although sometimes the work spilling over into another year could carry Meade through a
period when they needed work, the non-routine work would typically not be profitable because
the work would carry over a prolonged period of time, over the span of several periodic union
wage increases. Knutson characterized the non-routine portion of the contract as the riskiest,
because the contractor has no control over whether it will get to perform the work on which it is
bidding.
Calihan agreed that EMC 60608 did not require IDOT to authorize non-routine work
within a certain period of time. However, he stated that IDOT nonetheless had an implied duty
to release the work within a reasonable period of time. He also stated that under the "strict letter
of the contract" IDOT could issue as many non-routine work authorizations as late in the year as
it wanted. However, again, he stated that under an implied duty IDOT could not do this because
it would not be fair. He further agreed that under EMC 60608, IDOT did not even have to
release the authorized work at all.
Analysis
The implied duty to cooperate and the implied duty not to hinder performance of
contracts (both being subspecies of the implied duty of good faith) are present in all government
contracts. Precision Pine & Timber, Inc. v. U.S., 50 Fed.Cl. 35, 58 -59 (2001). The government
can be liable for breach of this duty if it delays a contractor in performing work required to
receive compensation under the contract. Consumers Const. Co. v. Cook County, 1 Ill. App. 3d
241 1087, 1094, 275 N.E.2d 696, 700 (1st Dist, 1971). However, potential loss from delay is
inherent in any construction project, so if all the provisions of the agreement provide no apparent
reasonable basis for the complainant to expect that the work could be done by a fixed period,
then respondent is not liable for the damages alleged due to its delay. J. F. Edwards Const. Co.
v. Illinois State Toll Highway Authority, 34 Ill. App. 3d 929, 930-32, 340 N.E.2d 572, 574 (3d
Dist, 1975).
To prove that respondent breached its implied duty to cooperate and not to hinder
performance of contracts, a claimant must establish the following: 1. the delay was for an
unreasonable length of time; 2. the delay was proximately caused by the respondent's actions; 3.
the delay resulted in some injury to the contractor; and 4. that the government was the sole
proximate cause of the delay. Fru-Con Corp. v. State (1996), 50 Ill.Ct.Cl. 50, 67.
Here, it is undisputed that EMC 60608 did not require IDOT to authorize non-routine
work within a certain period of time, or for that matter, require that IDOT authorize any nonroutine work at all. Nonetheless, Claimant states that IDOT unreasonably delayed its
authorizations of non-routine work under the contract. Merriam Webster's Dictionary defines
"delay" as: "to put off; postpone." IDOT could not put off or postpone an event for which there
was no anticipated date, or even time period.
Claimant is not aided by its assertion that in late 1999, IDOT verbally agreed to release
75% of the remaining non-routine work by March 2000. No specific percentages or time tables
were set forth in writing and no contract modifications were made legally binding IDOT to
authorize the non-routine work in accordance with Claimant's expressed desires.
Even if IDOT's behavior regarding the non-routine-work authorizations somehow
amounted to delays, Claimant still cannot recover because it fails to show how these delays were
242 unreasonable. Claimant seems to argue that the large amount of non-routine work released in
the last three months of the contract was unreasonable because in the past very little work spilled
over after the contract term.
Regardless of whether EMC 60608 was the first EMC with such a large spillover after
the contract term, the release of the authorizations was not unreasonable if the contract permitted
IDOT to issue the authorizations when it did. See Precision Pine & Timber, Inc. v. U.S., 596
F.3d 817, 831 (Fed.Cir.2010) (stating that the implied duty of good faith and fair dealing cannot
expand a party's contractual duties beyond those in the express contract or create duties
inconsistent with the contract's provisions.) Calihan even conceded at trial that under the "letter
of the contract" IDOT could issue as many authorizations whenever it wanted. Regardless of
how much work spilled over in the past, IDOT was within its contractual rights to issue the nonroutine work authorizations when it did. For all the above-mentioned reasons we find that
Claimant has failed to establish that IDOT's issuance of non-routine work authorizations
constituted a delay for an unreasonable period of time.
We further find that, even aside from the issue of unreasonable delay, Respondent is not
liable to Claimant for damages because EMC 60608 provided no reasonable basis for Claimant
to expect that the work could be done by a fixed period of time. As stated earlier, Claimant was
fully aware that under EMC 60608, IDOT could issue the authorizations at any time, and
notwithstanding Claimant's assertions that IDOT agreed to release 75% of the work by March
2000, IDOT was under no obligation as to how much work it authorized during any given period
of the contract. As Claimant itself notes in its post-trial brief, Knutson stated at the trial nonroutine maintenance was often not profitable and always the riskiest portion of the contract
243 because the contractor never knew when and if the work would be authorized. Accordingly,
Count II of Claimant's Complaint is hereby denied.
Therefore,
1. The Court finds in favor of Claimant for Count I of its Complaint in
the amount of $1,149,210.
2. Count II of Claimant's Complaint is hereby denied.
However, the question of entering an award remains before the Court. This Count cannot
enter an award unless sufficient funds lapsed in the appropriations designated to pay for these
services. As explained in Graham, O'Shea and Hyde v. State, 44 Ill.Ct.Cl. 175,177 (1992) and
the cases cited therein:
In breach of contract claims, whether the claims are before us on their
merits or for approval of a settlement, it is this Court's policy to limit awards so as not to
exceed the amount of funds, appropriated and lapsed, with which payment could have
been made. To do otherwise, i.e., to award money for debt incurred beyond the sum
allotted by the General Assembly, would be tantamount to making a deficiency
appropriation. The appropriation of State funds for governmental operations is the
constitutional prerogative of the General Assembly. It is this Court's duty to uphold that
process and advise the General Assembly.
Therefore, before entering an award for Claimant or making a recommendation to the
General Assembly, the Court needs additional information. It is hereby ordered that Respondent
shall file, within 21 days of the filing of the Opinion, a report authored by the Illinois
Department of Transportation which includes fiscal information regarding the amount of funds
that lapsed in the appropriations designated to pay for the underlying services related to this case,
so the Court can determine the amount that can be awarded.
244 (No. 03-CC-3089 – Claim denied)
SELENA TOM-QUI, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY, Respondent.
Opinion filed April 16, 2012
ALBERT FEROLIE, Counsel for Claimant
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (MARTIN W. BURZAWA, Assistant Attorney
General, of counsel), for Respondent.
Compensation for personal injuries- Claimant is barred from collecting damages for
injuries sustained when tripping and falling over a floor mat of a building owned by the
IEPA because she already received workers’ compensation for the injuries from her
employer.
OPINION
Birnbaum, J.
This matter coming to be heard on the Respondent's Motion for Summary Judgment. On
April 11, 2011 we granted Claimant's Motion an Extension of Time to file a Response to this
Motion. Claimant has not filed a Response to the Motion for Summary Judgment.
THE COURT FINDS:
Claimant seeks compensation for personal injuries she sustained when she tripped and
fell over a floor mat while walking out of a building located at 9511 W. Harrison, Des Plaines,
Illinois 60016 allegedly owned, operated, managed and/or controlled by the State of Illinois and
specifically; the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) on April 23, 2003.
The Illinois Code of Civil Procedure provides that summary judgment is appropriate "if
the pleadings, depositions, and admissions on file, together with the affidavits, if any, show that
there is no genuine issue as to any material fact and that the moving party is entitled to judgment
as a matter of law." 735 ILCS 5/2-1005(c). The plaintiff need not prove her case at the
summary judgment stage; she must, however, present a factual basis to support the elements of
245 her claim. Bickerman v. Wosik, 245 Ill.App.3d 436, 438, 614 N.E. 2d 551, 552 (3rd Dist. 1993).
Where the plaintiff cannot establish an element of her claim, summary judgment is proper.
Parsons v. Carbondale Township, 217 Ill.App.3d 637, 649, 577 N.E.2d 779, 787 (5th Dist. 1991).
The Workers' Compensation Act is an exclusive remedy to recover damages for personal
injury from an employer. Fuller v. State of Illinois, 46 Ill.Ct.Cl. 432 (1994); 820 ILCS 305/5(a).
Additionally, a borrowing employer is entitled to the protections of the exclusive remedy
provision of the Workers' Compensation Act. Chavez v. Transload Services, L.L.C., 379
Ill.App.3d 858, 862, 884 N.E.2d 1258, 1262 (1st Dist. 2008).
At Claimant's discovery deposition, Claimant testified that on the day of her injury she
was an employee of Burke Staffing, a temporary employment agency. Claimant further testified
that Claimant worked for the IEPA by virtue of her employment with Burke Staffing. Lastly, in
compensation for her injuries, Claimant received worker's compensation benefits through Burke
Staffing.
Claimant's exclusive remedy for the injuries that she sustained was the worker's
compensation benefits that she received from Burke Staffing. Claimant is barred from
maintaining the instant claim against her borrowing employer, the IEPA.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED:
The motion of the Respondent, State of Illinois, is GRANTED, and the claim herein is
DISMISSED with prejudice.
246 (No. 06-CC-3360 – Claim denied)
PERRY FRANKLIN, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, BOARD OF TRUSTEES,
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, Respondent.
Opinion filed June 20, 2012
ED CAMPBELL, Counsel for Claimant
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (GARY LIETZ, Special Assistant Attorney General,
of counsel), for Respondent.
Negligence, Cause of action- Claimant must prove existence of a duty, breach of that
duty and an injury that proximately resulted from the breach. The State owes visitors a
duty of reasonable care to maintain premises, but the State is not an insurer of the safety
of persons who visit State buildings.
Negligence, Element of duty- Claimant must show by a preponderance of the evidence
that the State had actual or constructive notice of the defect. Claimant failed to show that
the loose cables existed for any length of time prior to his injury or that the State had
actual or constructive notice of the defect.
OPINION
Kubasiak, J.
This claim is before the Court upon a recommendation from Commissioner George
Argionis following an evidentiary hearing. Claimant, PERRY FRANKLIN, seeks damages in
the amount of $12,492.07 due to an injury allegedly caused by the negligence of the State. The
following witnesses and evidence were presented:
Claimant testified that on Thursday, January 20, 2005, he attended a basketball game at
the University of Illinois-Champaign Urbana ("U. of I.") with his friend, Lawrence Moore,
where he suffered a closed fracture and sprain of his left ankle as well as bruising to much of the
left side of his body. Claimant alleges that his injury occurred when he was walking down a
flight of concrete steps and his left foot became caught in some loose cables, which he claims the
State negligently allowed to come loose from duct tape that was meant to hold the wires flat at
the back of the stairwell.
247 Claimant stated that Mr. Moore's brother-in-law provided free tickets to the game. Mr.
Moore picked Claimant up from his home in Chicago around 3:30 p.m. on the day of the
incident. When they arrived at Champaign, the game had not yet started. After purchasing some
team merchandise and picking up their tickets at will call, Claimant and Mr. Moore realized their
tickets were for floor seats, and they traveled into the Assembly Hall to get seated. Claimant
stated this was his first visit to the U. of I. An usher led them along an aisle partway down the
seating area, where a large, concrete-edged entrance into the stadium interrupted the lower rows
of seating from below. An operating booth replaced regular seating in the area above the
entranceway. The aisle led to a wide set of steps, at a right angle to the aisle, and the steps led to
the floor. The two men turned right from the aisle into the stairway to descend to the floor,
encountering a low concrete wall with a banister on their right side, between them and the
operating booth, and seating on the left.
Claimant stated that he followed Mr. Moore as they walked down the steps to their seats
on the floor. Claimant stated that he was carrying a bag by the handle in his left hand and was
wearing new winter boots, laced up. His right hand was free. He stated that he does not wear
corrective lenses. Claimant was not sure how many stairs he descended before his foot was
caught by a cord. When his foot was caught, he reached for the banister along the wall but fell
three or four stairs before he was able to stop himself. He stated that he twisted as he tried to
stop himself, and Claimant believed his twisting caused the wires to wrap completely around his
ankle. He stated that he struck his shoulder, hip and ankle on the concrete, and ended up on his
back lying on the stairs. Claimant stated that there were several wires around his foot, and that
the wires resembled a television cable, being clear and smaller in circumference than a dime.
Claimant also testified at a previous time that only one wire caught his foot, and that it was
248 black. Claimant stated he did not see or feel the wires until the wires caught him around the
ankle.
Claimant stated that after he fell and was lying on the stairs, a man nearby wearing an
orange jacket came to the scene and called for help using a walkie-talkie. A technician arrived
within a few minutes and untangled Claimant's ankle from the wires. Claimant believed both
men were employed by the U. of I. Claimant stated that the technician then taped the wires to
the concrete from where the wire entered the stairwell on the right, in the first row of seats above
the short wall, to where the wire exited the stairwell into the row of seats on the left of the stairs.
Claimant stated he was on the stairs after the incident for about 10 minutes before some people
dressed in white came to him, helped him stand, and took him down the stairs to a medical
facility within the Assembly Hall. Claimant believed one of these people was a medical
practitioner. During this time Mr. Moore stayed with Claimant; the game had not yet begun.
At about this time, as testified to by Kevin Ullestad, assistant director of the Assembly
Hall, a Property Damage/Public Injury Report was filled out by U. of I. employees and filed with
Mr. Ullestad and other authorities. The report indicates that the incident was reported via radio,
and that the incident occurred in the aisle of section A37. Under "Description of
Accident/Damage," a handwritten note read as follows: "Patient stated: 'I tripped on cables and
fell down the stairs.' Patient indicated L ankle pain. Patient denied head, neck or back pain.
Patient ambulatory with assistance. Patient denied loss of consciousness..."
Claimant testified that he experienced sharp pain at a level of 8 on a 10 point scale in his
left ankle when he was taken to the medical facility. He stated that the technician showed him
that his ankle was starting to swell. For about 20 minutes, the technicians put ice on his ankle
before paramedics came to the Assembly Hall and took a report from Claimant about what
249 happened and where the pain was located. The paramedics then placed Claimant in a wheelchair
and transported him by ambulance to nearby Provena Hospital ("Provena").
At Provena, Claimant's left ankle was x-rayed and he received an "air boot" that
supported his ankle and allowed him to walk if he used crutches. Claimant stated that he wore
the boot continuously for about a month and a half, except while sleeping and bathing. Provena
also administered pain medication to Claimant, which gave him partial relief.
After this care, about 80 minutes had passed since the incident, but the basketball game
was still in progress and Claimant was returned to the Assembly Hall. He stated that Assembly
Hall employees provided a wheelchair for him, and he sat in the handicap area for the remainder
of the game. Mr. Moore drove Claimant home.
The next day, Claimant did not go in to his job as a hair dresser because he was
experiencing pain in his left shoulder, the left side of his neck and his left hip, as well as his
ankle. Claimant rested all day and could not move his left arm without pain. For the next week,
Claimant stayed off his foot and elevated his left leg. He used crutches with the boot for about 3
months, and the boot alone for an additional 2 months. Claimant also obtained heated massage
treatment for the left side of his body from Dr. Kanagaraju about a week after the incident.
Claimant stated that the treatment relieved much of his pain and he felt much better by the time
of his next massage appointment the following week.
Claimant stated that he still experiences pain in his neck and left shoulder while sleeping,
exercising or working, which he attributes to his fall at the Assembly Hall. Claimant stated his
shoulder has never been injured before or after the incident, and that his neck is constantly in a
low level of pain. Claimant stated that his neck pain keeps him from exercising. Claimant stated
that prior to the incident he worked out every day with weights or aerobic exercise, or by playing
250 sports such as basketball, baseball and tennis at his health club, Lifetime Fitness. Claimant
stated that he was not able to exercise at all for about a year after the incident because he could
walk for only short periods of time, and even this exertion caused him pain. He attempted to
play baseball and basketball after his injury but pain forced him to quit. He stated that he did not
try again to play in five years following his injury because he was afraid of injuring himself
further.
Claimant also stated that prior to his accident he worked full time at a hair salon,
Dazzle's, where the duties of the job required him to be on his feet all day. Claimant stated that
after the accident he stayed away from work for about 4 weeks and that when he returned, he
could not engage in the physical aspects of the work and merely prepared solutions for the other
stylists. As an average income, Claimant stated he earned $500 to $1,000 per week prior to his
accident, and also was required to pay $200 per week to keep his place at the salon, regardless of
how many days he worked. Claimant therefore believed he had lost about $4,000 of wages, due
to his injury.
Lawrence Moore, Claimant's friend and a witness of the accident, also testified. Mr.
Moore stated that he received free tickets to the game from his brother-in-law, who is an
assistant coach for the U. of I. team. Mr. Moore, like Claimant, had never entered the Assembly
Hall before this time. Mr. Moore stated they arrived early because they were not sure whether he
would need to find his brother-in-law or take extra steps to obtain the tickets. Because they
arrived early, only a few people were in the Hall at the time of the incident.
Mr. Moore stated that as they were finding their seats, when they were about halfway to
the floor, he preceded Claimant down the stairway and did not notice the wires until after
Claimant had fallen. Mr. Moore stated he heard Claimant utter an expletive right before he fell,
251 causing Mr. Moore to turn around in time to watch Claimant tumble 2 or 3 steps, come to rest,
and grab his ankle while grimacing in pain. Mr. Moore stated that when he looked at the cable,
he could see it "sticking up between the steps." He recalled the cable was across the steps and
taped to the steps, and that it was a dark color. He stated that after Claimant fell and some U. of
I. staff members arrived, he heard one of them tell another to "retape it or tape it down more, the
cord." Mr. Moore recited the same version of events as Claimant had done regarding the
minutes following Claimant's fall. He stated that Claimant called him from the hospital after Mr.
Moore had sat down, and that Claimant returned part way through the game; Mr. Moore could
see him in the handicap seating. Mr. Moore stated he drove Claimant home after the game.
Physician Assistant Allen Thomas testified to Claimant's injuries in the hours following
the incident. Mr. Thomas stated that he had worked at Provena Covenant Hospital for about two
years prior to the incident, and had finished his training and certification in 1996. Mr. Thomas
stated that medical forms from the time of the incident indicated that the mechanism of
Claimant's injury was tripping down stairs, that Claimant reported tenderness at his left ankle,
and that an x-ray showed a simple, closed fracture of the lateral malleolus, i.e. the bone of the
ankle on the outside of the leg broke but did not penetrate the skin. Mr. Thomas stated that
Claimant was given Ibuprofen for mild pain, and was taught to use the walking boot with
crutches.
Kevin Ullestad, the direct of the Assembly Hall, also testified. He stated that the Hall is a
multipurpose arena used for concerts, circuses and ice shows, as well as sports games. He stated
that the Hall has been used consistently for the 15 years he has worked there. He described the
Hall as having three sections labeled A, B and C, with A closest to the floor and C furthest from
it. Mr. Ullested stated that many cables are used in the Hall, and some of them cross an aisle in
252 the section of the Hall labeled as A37, where Claimant allegedly fell. This cable is used for the
scoreboard at basketball games, and runs from the scoreboard to the scoreboard operator's booth,
also located in A37. Mr. Ullestad stated that the basketball season runs from October to early
March, so that the cable is taped down at the beginning of each season and not removed until the
end of the season. He stated that a single cable is the only one that crosses the stairs, that it is
completely taped down, and that it does not cross stairs anywhere else. He stated that the duct
tape holding down the cable would suffer weathering from mopping.
Mr. Ullestad testified to the process of preparing for a large event like a basketball game.
He stated that at least 15 minutes to an hour before opening the doors to the public, the Assembly
Hall staff would perform a walk-through inspection to ensure the aisles are clear and safe. Mr.
Ullestad stated that the U. of I. maintains an incident report system that allows staff to report the
time, place and manner of accidents that occur on U. of I. property. He stated that he has seen 12
or 13 incidents per year in the Assembly Hall, beginning in 1996 when he joined the U. of I.
staff. Mr. Ullestad stated that he had never received notification, prior to Claimant's fall, that a
cable caused someone to fall. He also stated that he worked the game at which Claimant fell,
and that when he inspected the cable area the day after the incident, he observed the cable
properly taped to the back of the stairway and did not see any new, unweathered tape in Section
A24.
Another U. of I. employee, Richard Mingee, also testified. Mr. Mingee stated that the
Assembly Hall is a circular, self-supported structure. He confirmed that a lower crosswalk
separates the A and B seating sections, which are also bisected longitudinally by aisles of stairs.
Mr. Mingee stated that in the section at issue, two cables run across the length of the stairway - a
coaxial cable and a multi-conductor cable - one of which has a diameter of a quarter inch and the
253 other of which has a diameter of three-eighths of an inch. He stated that the coaxial cable is
flexible, unlike standard cables. He stated further that the cables are tucked up to the riser of the
stairway, that they are laid down before the season starts, and that they are not removed until the
end of the season. Mr. Mingee did not know positively who had taped the cables in the 2005
season. He stated that the cables would be periodically checked by several people, mainly
ushers, as part of a general safety inspection, but no inspection of the cables in particular was
carried out. Mr. Mingee stated that although he repaired cable issues two or three times in the 15
years before this accident, he did not repair any problems with the cables involved in this
incident.
LEGAL ANALYSIS
To state a cause of action for negligence, Claimant must allege facts establishing the
existence of a duty, breach of that duty and an injury that proximately resulted from the breach.
Ondes v. State, 43 Ill. Ct. Cl. 272, 276 (1991). The existence of this legal duty "is a question of
law which is determined by the Court." Id. Although State employees owe visitors a duty of
reasonable care to maintain the premises, the State is not an insurer of the safety of persons who
visit State buildings. Steger v. State, 46 Ill. Ct. Cl. 262, 266 (1993).
To prove the duty element of negligence, a claimant must show by a preponderance of
the evidence that the State had actual or constructive notice of the defect. Scroggins v. State, 43
Ill. Ct. Cl. 225, 227 (1991). The standard for proving constructive notice requires a claimant to
prove that a defect was "substantial enough, and exist[ed] for such a length of time that
reasonable persons would conclude that immediate repairs should be made or warning signs
posted." Stege v. State, 27 Ill. Ct. Cl. 399, 403 (1972); Kling v. State, 54 Ill. Ct. Cl. 305, 309
(2001). Even if a hazardous condition exists on State property, the State must be given actual or
254 constructive notice of it and a reasonable opportunity to remove or remedy the hazard before a
legal duty will arise. Ott v. State, 47 Ill. Ct. Cl. 231 (1994). Catherine Carlson v. Board of
Regents, 47 Ill. Ct. Cl. 171 (1994) (where a student slipped on a wet bathroom floor, constructive
notice was shown by evidence that numerous students had complained about the condition
causing the slippery floor); Netter v. State, 55 Ill. Ct. Cl. 317 (2003) (actual notice shown).
In closing argument, Claimant asserted that the facts of this case are "akin to" res ipsa
loquitur. This doctrine allows proof of negligence by circumstantial evidence when something
that caused the injury is shown to be under the exclusive control or management of the party
charged with negligence and the occurrence is one that, in the ordinary course of things, would
not have happened if the person so charged had used proper care. Durbin v. State, 52 Ill. Ct. Cl.
236, 243 (1965). However, because Claimant did not set forth evidence proving Respondent had
exclusive control over the cables, we find this doctrine inapposite.
Claimant did show that his fall and his injuries were caused by the loose cables.
However, Claimant has provided no evidence that the defect of the loose cables existed for any
length of time prior to the moment of his injury. This case is similar to one in which a claimant
who slipped on an orange juice spill in a State building failed to show that the State had notice of
the spill prior to her fall. Stimage v. Ill Dept. of Pub. Aid, 52 Ill. Ct. Cl. 173 (1999). In another
case with similar facts, Byrd v. State, 50 Ill. Ct. Cl. 280, 285 (1997), a claimant failed to show
evidence that the managers of a State-owned building had actual or constructive notice of debris
on stairs that allegedly caused her to slip and fall down the stairs.
Mr. Ullestad testified that the cables are laid at the beginning of the sports season, around
October, and are not taken up again until the end of the season in March, some six months later.
He stated that many kinds of events occur in the Assembly Hall, that the Assembly Hall holds
255 16,000 to 17,000 people, and that Assembly Hall staff carry out a safety inspection prior to every
event to ensure walkways are in a safe condition. However, he also stated that no incident
reports exist from 1996-2005 documenting a trip or fall over loose cables at the Assembly Hall.
Richard Mingee, the electrician in charge of laying the cables each year, testified that he has
dealt with cable problems only two or three times during his 15-year tenure at the U. of I., and
has never repaired problems with these particular cables. This testimony shows that despite the
frequent attendance of tens of thousands of people at the Assembly Hall in the past ten seasons,
many of whom have presumably walked up and down the stairs in Section A37, the Assembly
Hall had not received notice of an injury caused by the cables, or a need to repair them.
Although the lack of reports testified to by Mr. Ullestad and Mr. Mingee does not prove that the
defect did not exist, Claimant has not provided any proof that Respondent had actual knowledge
of the defect, or that it existed in such a blatant form or for such a length of time that knowledge
could be imputed to Respondent.
Claimant's burden of proof required him to show by a preponderance of the evidence that
Respondent owed him a duty to protect him from loose cables. To prove that this duty arose,
Claimant was required to provide evidence that Respondent had actual or constructive notice that
the defect existed. Because Claimant did not provide any evidence that Respondent was on
notice of the loose cables, his claim must be denied.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that this claim be denied.
256 (No. 07-CC-2042 – Claim awarded)
KEVIN CURRIE, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF
CORRECTIONS, Respondent.
Opinion filed April 27, 2012
KEVIN CURRIE, pro se
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (HEIDI HILDEBRAND, Assistant Attorney General,
of counsel), for Respondent.
Negligence, Personal injury, Prison inmates- State owes a duty to prison inmates to
provide reasonably safe conditions. Claimant must prove that the State had actual or
constructive notice of a dangerous or defective condition.
Negligence, Res ipsa loquitur- Doctrine of res ipsa loquitur is an exception to the notice
rule and may be applied when the instrumentality that injured the claimant was under the
exclusive control of the State. The State failed to present evidence sufficient to rebut the
evidence of its exclusive care and control of the window that fell on Claimant. Thus, the
accident was the cause of Claimant’s injuries and arose from the State’s lack of due care.
The State is liable to Claimant for Claimant’s injuries from the accident.
OPINION
Storino, J.
Claimant filed his complaint for a personal injury he suffered while at the Dixon
Correctional Center. A hearing was held before the assigned commissioner on March 8, 2011.
Claimant appeared pro se and Respondent was represented by the Attorney General's office.
I. Background
Claimant filed his Complaint on January 10, 2010, arising out of an incident that occurred
on April 1, 2005. Claimant alleges in his Complaint that he was working in the dayroom of
Housing Unit #26 and one of the dayroom windows fell and struck his head and shoulders.
Claimant asserts that the Respondent owes him a duty to provide a reasonably safe environment
and that the window falling on him breached said duty. Claimant alleges that he suffered a
serious head injury as well as injury to his hand and shoulder. Claimant asserts that he lost 488
257 days of work assignment which equals $240 in lost wages. He claims that he suffers from
recurrent headaches that will cause him future lost wages in his occupation as a car detailer in the
amount of $30,000 to $40,000. Claimant seeks damages in the amount of $50,000.
The Respondent filed its Rule 55 Departmental Report on April 19, 2007. The
Departmental Report indicates that Claimant filed a grievance on July 12, 2005. The
Departmental Report also contains medical records from the treatment received by Claimant.
At the hearing held on March 8, 2011, Claimant testified that on April 1, 2005, he was
performing janitorial services in Housing Unit #26 in Dixon CC. He was cleaning in the
dayroom and a window panel about 3 feet by 5 feet fell out and struck Claimant. Claimant stated
that a Corrections Officer in tower observed the window fall and instructed Claimant to stay
down. Claimant stated that he received help and was taken to the Health Care Unit where he
received medical treatment. The Departmental Report contains the medical records which
indicate cuts and abrasions, but no broken bones. Claimant testified that he could not work for
488 days.
On cross examination, Claimant agreed his injuries consisted of some abrasions but no
stitches. He testified that the day after his injury complained of head, shoulder and right arm
pain for which x-rays were taken. Claimant also subsequently complained of headaches but no
neurological problems were found. On cross-examination, Claimant conceded that he could
work and that no medical provider stated that he suffered any permanent injury.
II. Analysis
Under Illinois law, the State owes a duty to prison inmates to provide reasonably safe
conditions. Reddock v. State, 37 Ill. Ct. Cl. 611 (1978). The law is well established that
generally for a Claimant to recover for negligence, he must prove that Respondent had actual or
258 constructive notice of a dangerous or defective condition. McMullen v. State, 49 Ill. Ct. Cl. 137,
142 (1995). Although it has not been pleaded, the Claimant's evidence presented at the
evidentiary hearing dictates that this claim proceed under the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur. The
doctrine of res ipsa loquitur is an exception to the notice rule and is to be applied when
Respondent fails to present evidence sufficient to rebut evidence of its exclusive care and control
of an instrumentality or when Respondent fails to produce evidence to support the Respondent's
exercise of proper care under the circumstances of record. Enyart v. State, 57 Ill. Ct. Cl. 202,
205 (2004).
Under the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur, Claimant must show that the instrumentality
which injured him was under the exclusive control of Respondent, and not under his control in
any way. Daniels v. State, 40 Ill.Ct.Cl. 64, 70 (1988). When an injury is caused by an
instrumentality under the exclusive control of Respondent, and when the injury is one that would
not occur in the ordinary course of things had the Respondent exercised proper care, the accident
itself affords reasonable evidence that the accident arose from the Respondent's want of due care.
Thornton v. State, 45, Ill.Ct.Cl. 272, 275 (1993).
In this case, there is no testimony from Respondent to contradict Claimant's testimony
that the window fell and injured Claimant, at no fault of Claimant. Such uncontroverted
evidence supports Claimant's contention that Respondent failed to maintain the facility in a
reasonably safe condition. It is also not disputed that the window was under the exclusive
control of Respondent and not, in any way, under the control of Claimant. Respondent merely
disputed the measure of Claimant's damages. Respondent failed to present any evidence
sufficient to rebut evidence of its exclusive care and control of the window. Respondent also
failed to produce evidence to support the Respondent's exercise of proper care under the facts of
259 the case. As such, this Court finds that a reasonable inference may be made that the instant
accident, which was the cause of Claimant's injuries, arose from the Respondent's want of due
care, thereby imposing liability on behalf of Respondent.
Accordingly, Claimant is entitled to recover for his injuries. Since Claimant received
medical care at no personal costs due to being a prisoner of the State there are no medical
specials to be awarded. Claimant's claim of lost wages is not supported by the evidence.
Claimant future pain and suffering is not supported by medical records or testimony. The sole
element of damages that is supported by the evidence and compensable in this case is the pain
and suffering Claimant suffered due to the window falling on him. The record indicates
Claimant suffered minor scrapes and abrasions but did not require stitches. Claimant did complain later of headaches but no evidence connected the later headaches to the incident. As
such Claimant shall be awarded $500.00, for his injuries.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Claimants' claim is granted and Claimant is awarded
$500.00.
260 (No. 08-CC-0186 – Claim awarded)
FRED ROBINSON, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION, Respondent.
Opinion filed April 24, 2012
ANDREW KRYDER, Counsel for Claimant
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JACQUELINE K. WILLIAMS, Assistant Attorney
General, of counsel), for Respondent.
Negligent highway maintenance, Burden of proof- Claimant must show by a
preponderance of the evidence that the State had actual or constructive notice of the
defect, and that the State breached its duty. The State is not an insurer against all
accidents which may occur by reason of the condition of its highways, but it does have a
duty to use reasonable diligence in maintaining highways in a reasonably safe condition.
Claimant presented evidence the State had actual notice of a history of falling concrete at
the bridge in question. The State had constructive notice that the defect was substantial
enough and existed for such a length of time that a reasonable person would conclude
that immediate repairs should be made or warning signs posted.
Negligence, Damages- Claimant has the burden of proving damages with certainty.
Claimant proved that State’s negligence was the proximate cause of the initial injury to
his left clavicle. However, an intervening injury caused by physical assault in a later
incident limited Claimant’s recovery in damages.
ORDER
Birnbaum, J.
THIS MATTER is before the Court upon a recommendation from Commissioner
Argionis following an evidentiary hearing held on January 7, 2011. Claimant, Fred Robinson,
filed his Complaint sounding in negligence on August 6, 2007 arising from an August 11, 2006
incident. Claimant's claim is for personal injuries he received due to falling concrete from an
overpass while driving a truck on an Illinois highway. Specifically, Claimant seeks damages in
the amount of $100,000, including reimbursement for two surgeries, physical therapy, pain and
suffering and lost wages.
Facts
261 On August 11, 2006, Claimant was driving his delivery truck as an employee with
Interstate Wrapping. Among other duties, Claimant was in charge of making deliveries of paper
goods to stores, bakeries and car washes throughout the Chicago-Land area. On the morning of
August 11, 2006, Claimant had traveled from 107th and Cicero to Interstate 290 before merging
on to Interstate 55 traveling southwest toward St. Louis. After traveling for approximately 10
minutes on Interstate 55, Claimant passed under the bridge overpass of County Line Road
(Illinois Department of Transportation, "IDOT" bridge structure 016-0587). Claimant testified
he was traveling in the middle lane and that traffic was light on the highway. While driving the
truck under the overpass, a piece of concrete measuring about six inches long and six inches
thick fell from the underside of the overpass deck shattering Claimant's windshield and striking
Claimant on his left shoulder. As a result of the falling concrete brick, the windshield on the
driver's side of the truck was shattered. Subsequently, Claimant was taken to Hinsdale Hospital
via an ambulance. At this point, he testified he was experiencing pain in his left shoulder at a
level of 10 on a 10 point scale. The hospital staff put Claimant's arm in a sling and sent him for
x-rays of his left clavicle. The x-rays revealed a transverse fracture of the distal fourth of the left
clavicle along with a cephalad displacement of the proximal fracture fragment by approximately
5 mm. (See Group Exhibit A, Hinsdale Hospital Records 3-21). Additionally, the hospital staff
suctioned glass from Claimant's head and stitched his lip before releasing him with pain
medication. In the first month or two after the injury, Claimant testified he had difficulty falling
asleep at night as he was unable to sleep on his left side due to the shoulder injury. Additionally,
he required assistance with daily living activities such as bathing, cleaning his house and getting
dressed. He could not play with his grandchildren.
262 Approximately a week after the incident, Claimant met with Dr. Pfantz, a doctor at the
University of Illinois Medical Center at Chicago ("UIMC"). Dr. Pfantz referred Claimant to a
bone specialist, Dr. Goldberg, who diagnosed a fracture of Claimant's left clavicle. Prior to the
August 11, 2006 incident, Claimant testified he had not sustained any injuries to his left clavicle
and had full range of motion in his arm. Dr. Goldberg recommended a treatment plan consisting
of physical therapy, which Claimant began in September of that year at Maximum Rehabilitation
Services, Limited ("Maximum Rehab"). Additionally, Claimant testified Dr. Goldberg
recommended a lifting restriction of 30 to 35 pounds and told Claimant not to work for a period
of time. Because of these restrictions, Claimant was forced to abstain from his usual 40-hour
workweek. On September 5, 2006, Claimant began his physical therapy at Maximum Rehab
where it was recommended he have approximately three physical therapy sessions a week, for
four weeks. (Maximum Rehab Records, P. 144-145). Respondent stipulated at the January 7,
2011 hearing that Claimant's clavicle injuries at the emergency room following the accident, and
Claimant's physical therapy up through the date Claimant was assaulted were specifically caused
by, and related to, the accident.
In addition to Claimant, the witnesses who testified at the hearing were Illinois
Department of Transportation employees Sarah Wilson and Christine Ridge. Ms. Wilson holds
the position of Bridge Maintenance Engineer for the Chicago metropolitan area, "District One".
In that capacity she oversees maintenance of its 1,450 bridges. Specifically, she coordinates the
operation and maintenance by directing forty to fifty engineers, technicians, maintenance
workers and two bridge inspection engineers who report directly to Ms. Wilson. Ms. Wilson
also stated that her position includes the formation of an action plan for bridge repair and
rehabilitation. For example, Ms. Wilson testified that an action plan may involve the "patchwork
263 type of repair" such as "scaling", in which case an IDOT crew would safely chip off loose pieces
of visible concrete. Alternatively, Ms. Wilson stated that inspectors may make initial repair
work recommendations at their discretion, without waiting for Ms. Wilson's review of the report.
Ms. Wilson provided general information regarding the three main components of a
bridge: the driving bridge deck, the substructure and the superstructure. The substructure
consists of all aspects of the bridge leading up to the steel beams, the superstructure. The
superstructure is a set of weight-bearing steel beams which supports the deck. The deck is the
portion of the bridge that sits on top of the superstructure and consists of rebar just below the
surface of the road and a bottom concrete portion. This bottom portion of the deck is called the
"soffit" and sits directly upon the superstructure. Ms. Wilson testified that soffit is the visible
material on the bottom of the deck. Specifically for the County Line Road Bridge, Ms. Wilson
stated that IDOT is responsible for maintaining and improving the superstructure and the
substructure, along with the portion of the deck that is below the wearing and top surface. She
testified that delamination is the cracking of the concrete or the separation of the soffit from the
reinforcing steel. When the soffit falls off or is removed from the bridge, as in this matter, the
process is entitled "spalling".
Concerning inspection, Ms. Wilson testified that each bridge in District One is to be
inspected approximately every two years. Inspectors give the bridges condition ratings on a
scale from 1 to 9, with a rating of 9 meaning the bridge was brand new and a rating of 1 meaning
the bridge was in the worst condition and would necessitate its closing. These ratings are based
upon criteria from the State and Federal government. Among other factors, the condition ratings
are based on the percentage of bridge deck soffit square footage that exhibit spalls and
delamination. For example, a condition rating of (6) is satisfactory based upon the amount of
264 spalls and further delamination, while a condition rating of (5) denotes that additional spalls and
further delamination occurred. Specifically, the County Line Road Bridge was rated as a (4), or
as in poor condition, on June 28, 2005, a year before Claimant's accident. This low rating was
due in part to the spalling of 29 percent of the soffit. Specifically, IDOT reports from 2003,
2004 and 2007 state similar shorthand inspection notes regarding the County Line Road Bridge
condition: "Deck-29% of soffit spalled w/exp. Corroded rebar; 45% chloride contamination; hvy
haunch crcking; deck is lifting on both ends +/- %. Random crcking throughout wearing surface
w/num pop-outs & sm spalls exposing cathodic grid."
Ms. Wilson agreed that a rating of (4) would "send up some flags in the department", and
would qualify the bridge in question for placement in the Illinois Multi-Year Program. The
Multi-Year Program is designed to provide funding for all major IDOT projects, including road
widening, traffic signals and bridge repairs. Specifically, Ms. Wilson testified that although the
County Line Road Bridge in question had been rated as a (4) since 2000, it was not placed into
the Multi-Year Program until approximately 2007, the year after Claimant's accident. She
reasoned that although the bridge was a candidate for the Multi-Year Program due to its
condition rating of (4), budget and other priorities had precluded these repairs.
The second witness from IDOT, Ms. Christine Ridge, is the Claims Manager for District
One. She oversees a staff of six claims representatives and clerical staff. Specifically, Ms.
Ridge stated that as a matter of policy, she checks records during the three months prior to a
reported incident to determine whether similar accounts were reported. For the present matter,
Ms. Ridge testified that no reports regarding the County Line Road Bridge were processed in the
three months preceding Claimant's accident.
265 Although Ms. Ridge testified regarding the lack of incidents in the three months
preceding Claimant's accident, the witnesses and exhibit evidence provide information of reports
of concrete spalling at the same location in previous years. The first incident report was made on
April 23, 1996, by the Elgin State Police. The report indicated a brick sized piece of concrete
debris fell from the County Line Road Bridge onto the 1-55 expressway. A second report was
made from a police officer on May 8, 2001, which reported concrete on the shoulder of 1-55
appearing to have fallen from the bridge. In addition to the 2001 observation from a police
officer, a 2001 Bridge Inspection Report prepared by a bridge inspector included several
recommendations for significant repair to the County Line Road Bridge deck. Lastly, on
September 24, 2003, a claimant in a separate action in this Court alleged a chunk of concrete fell
from the bridge and damaged his vehicle while that claimant was traveling on Interstate 55.
After the September 24, 2003 incident, Ms. Wilson testified a field inspector was called to
inspect the bridge on November 6, 2003, and later reported that although there was no evidence
of loose concrete, there were spalled areas visibly indicating where previously concrete had
fallen. At that time, IDOT sent a crew to do some scaling work. However, at trial, Ms. Wilson
testified that scaling "does not help keep the bridge from continuing to deteriorate".
Analysis
While the State is not an insurer against all accidents which may occur by reason of the
condition of its highways, it has a duty to utilize reasonable diligence in maintaining highways in
a reasonably safe condition. Scroggins v. State, 43 Ill. Ct. Cl. 225 (1991); Wing v. State, Ill. Ct.
Cl. 473 (1997). To recover under a negligent highway maintenance claim, a Claimant must
show by a preponderance of the evidence that the State had actual or constructive notice of the
266 defect, and that the State had breached its duty. Piggot v. State, 26 Ill. Ct. Cl. 262 (1968);
Scroggins v. State, 43 Ill. Ct. Cl. 225 (1991).
Here, Claimant has presented sufficient uncontroverted evidence to prove that his August
11, 2006 injury was caused by the concrete that fell from the County Line Road Bridge. Thus, in
analyzing the present claim, the threshold question is whether the State had actual or
constructive notice of the falling concrete and failed to take reasonable steps to correct or warn
of the dangerous condition. We have previously held that notice can be proven through
testimony of bridge inspectors relating to a continuous or worsening condition of falling
concrete. Robinson v. State, 35 Ill. Ct. Cl. 185 (1981). In the instant case, we find that Claimant
has demonstrated by a preponderance of the evidence that the State had actual and constructive
notice that the County Line Road Bridge over Interstate 55 was in a dangerous condition and
failed to repair the bridge to a reasonably safe condition, in breach of its duty to motorists on its
highways.
Specifically, the testimony from witnesses at the hearing before the Commissioner and
evidence of prior IDOT reports, demonstrate a history of incidents involving falling concrete at
the bridge in question. As held in previous bridge negligence cases, once concrete begins
spalling, the vibrations of traffic will contribute to the bridge's continual deterioration unless
repairs are made to the concrete itself. Id. The aforementioned reports in the years preceding
Claimant's accident indicate the State had actual notice that the bridge was in a dangerous
condition and that minor repairs, such as the scaling work after the 2003 incident, would not
prevent the bridge from deteriorating further.
Additionally, this Court concludes the State had constructive notice of the dangerous
condition at the County Line Road Bridge. The precedent for proving constructive notice
267 requires a Claimant to prove the defect was substantial enough and existed for such a length of
time that a reasonable person would conclude that immediate repairs should be made or warning
signs posted. Stege v. State, 27 Ill. Ct. Cl. 399 (1972); Carlson v. Board of Regents, 47 Ill. Ct.
Cl. 171 (1994). Whether the State had constructive notice of a condition depends on the facts of
each specific case. Stills v. State, 41 Ill. Ct. Cl. 60 (1989). In this case, a 2001 inspection report
provides a list of recommendations from the inspector including the recommendation to remove
and replace the deck and repair the concrete overlay. Additionally, the report had an assigned
priority code of "1", indicating that the action should take place within the year. Ms. Wilson
testified that IDOT, apparently ignoring this report, failed to order substantial repairs until 2007,
the year after Claimant's accident, when the bridge was finally entered into the Multi-Year
Program. IDOT's second witness, Ms. Ridge, testified that IDOT had no notice of problems with
the County Line Road Bridge in the three months leading up to Claimant's accident. However,
IDOT incident reports from 1996, 2001 and 2003 present evidence showing an ongoing history
of falling concrete at this location. Thus, the evidence supports a finding that a defect existed at
this location for several years and the State had knowledge of that defect.
While Respondent acknowledges that it knew of the deteriorating conditions, they allege
the inspection reports and evidence of accidents did not give notice of the need for immediate
attention and repair. Thus, Respondent argues they acted within the reasonable standard of care.
Notwithstanding the Respondent's argument, IDOT knew that the condition, if unrepaired, would
continue to worsen since delamination and spalls increase over a period of time. In conclusion,
the inspection reports preceding Claimant's accident provide significant evidence of Respondent
having notice of the dangerous condition and their failure to repair the bridge to a reasonably
safe condition.
268 Having concluded Respondent had notice of the dangerous condition of County Line
Road Bridge and is subsequently liable for Claimant's injuries; this Court turns its attention to the
issue of damages. Claimant has the burden of proving his damages with certainty. Gildehaus v.
State, 46 Ill. Ct. Cl. 176 (1993). Claimant testified that he was physically assaulted on October
7, 2006, some two months after the accident at Country Line Road Bridge, by a group of men
while buying gas. At the hearing Claimant testified that during the assault, several parts of his
body were hit or kicked, but that his left shoulder was not touched and the incident had no effect
on the clavicle injury he sustained in the County Line Road Bridge accident. The evidence does
not support this assertion. Specifically, records from Claimant's physiotherapists at Maximum
Rehab show that throughout September 2006, Claimant rated his pain as decreasing. For
example, on September 5, 2006, Claimant rated his pain as 6-7 out of 10 while on September 29,
2006, Claimant decreased his pain rating to 3 out of 10. However, at his first physiotherapy
appointment following the October 7, 2006 assault, Claimant reported his pain had increased to 8
out of 10. Additionally, an October 10, 2006 note recorded by Dr. Jason Zook, M.D., indicates
Claimant reported that "he was assaulted by multiple men who struck him on the side of his
injury of his clavicle," and further, that "his deformity has increased over what it was
previously." Dr. Zook's examination of Claimant's post-assault x-ray showed further
displacement of the clavicle: "a halo of bony callous demonstrating that this fracture was likely
healing prior to his [assault] injury." More importantly, Claimant's doctors at UIMC opined that
the injuries to Claimant's clavicle prior to the October 7, 2007 assault would likely heal, "without
need for surgical treatment".
Claimant has proven that the Respondent's negligence was the proximate cause of the
initial injury to his left clavicle. But the conclusion that Respondent's negligence was also the
269 proximate cause of Claimant's increased pain in his left clavicle and surgery on February 14,
2007, is doubtful. Courts have held that an intervening injury may limit Claimant's recovery.
Stojentin v. State, 53 Ill. Ct. Cl. 82 (1999). In this case, Claimant's own statements regarding his
increased pain to Maximum Rehab, the medical evaluations with Dr. Zook, and the opinions of
the UIMC Doctors lead this Court to the reasonable conclusion that Claimant did not meet his
burden of proving that Respondent's negligence was the proximate cause of the surgery
following the October 7, 2006 assault. However, the medical records also indicate on October 5,
2006, two days before the assault, Claimant had been prescribed to continue another four week
period with his physical therapy at Maximum Rehab, until November 5, 2006. (Maximum
Rehab Records, P. 156-166). As evidenced by the medical records and Claimant's statements
regarding decreasing pain levels, this Court will award damages for Claimant's treatment
between August 11, 2006 and November 5, 2006, including lost wages, loss of normal life and
pain and suffering.
Claimant's medical costs between the aforementioned applicable dates total $14,774.22.
Specifically, this cost includes $2,937.36 for Claimant's emergency room visit on August 11,
2006; $754.86 for x-rays from UIMC on August 23, 2006; and $11,082.00 for physical therapy
at Maximum Rehab from September 9, 2006 to November 5, 2006. Additionally, this Court
awards Claimant $8,472.00 for 12 weeks of lost wages at the rate of $17.65 per hour, 40 hours
per week. Claimant testified that between August 11, 2006 and November 5, 2006, he
experienced a moderate loss of daily activities, such as playing with grandchildren and
independent bathing and dressing. He also testified that he endured acute pain for a few days
after the accident, which within a month became decreased and manageable. Relying on past
pain and suffering awards, this Court finds that Claimant's non-severe injury and recovery
270 entitles him to the award of $4,000 for pain and suffering. Durbin v. State, 52 Ill. Ct. Cl. 236
(2000).
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that for the above reasons, damages be awarded to Claimant
FRED ROBINSON in the amount of $27,246.22.
271 (No. 09-CC-1671 – Claim denied)
JANET WARFIELD, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, BOARD OF TRUSTEES,
ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY, Respondent.
Opinion filed June 29, 2012
MIKE MCELVAIN, Counsel for Claimant
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JAMIE KNODEL, Assistant Attorney General, of
counsel), for Respondent.
Negligence, Personal injury, Invitee, Open and obvious exception - State is not an insurer
of the safety of invitees, but must only exercise reasonable care for their safety. Invitees
assume all normal, obvious, and ordinary risks attendant to the use of a premises.
Landowner is not required to give precautions or warnings where such dangers or risks
are known or obvious to invitees, unless the landowner should have anticipated the harm
despite such knowledge or obviousness. Claimant cannot argue that the State could
reasonably expect that she would be distracted when she fell because she was not
carrying a large bundle, but rather a tray of refuse and that she had disposed of the refuse
before she fell. The curved archway was an open and obvious condition and State did not
breach its duty.
OPINION
Burns, J.
This case coming to be heard before the Court, due notice having been given the parties,
and the Court being fully advised in the premises:
Claimant filed a one-count Complaint on November 25, 2008, against Respondent.
Respondent filed its Answer and Amended Affirmative Defenses on August 10, 2010, and filed
its Motion for Summary Judgment on October 5, 2010, pursuant to 74 Ill. Adm. Code § 790.90
and 735 ILCS 5/2-1005. The Motion for Summary Judgment was fully briefed by the parties:
Claimant filed its Response on October 25, 2010, and Respondent filed its Reply on December 1,
2010.
I.
Summary Judgment Standard
272 Summary judgment is proper if the pleadings, depositions, admissions, affidavits and
other relevant matters on file show that there is no genuine issue of material fact and that the
movant is entitled to judgment as a matter of law. 735 ILCS 5/2-1005(c); Freeman v. State, 55
Ill. Ct. Cl. 329, 334 (2003). While a plaintiff need not prove her case at this stage, she must
present sufficient evidentiary facts to support the elements of her claim or present some factual
basis which would arguably entitle her to judgment. Id.; Kuwik v. Starmark Star Marketing &
Admin. Inc., 232 Ill. App. 3d 8, 12 (2nd Dist. 1992); Barber-Coleman Co. v. A&K Midwest
Insulation Co., 236 Ill. App. 3d 1065, 1071 (5th Dist. 1992).
II.
Facts
Claimant brings this personal injury claim against Respondent alleging negligence in the
maintenance of physical property it owns and operates on the campus of Illinois State University
in Normal, Illinois. On April 16, 2008, Claimant alleges she met her husband for dinner in the
Bone Student Center. Claimant purchased food at one restaurant and sat down with her tray to
eat at tables and chairs provided by a coffee shop then known as the "Cage 2." To access the
"Cage 2" sitting area, Claimant passed through a curved archway. After she finished eating,
Claimant picked up her tray and walked through the curved archway again to access the trash
containers. Claimant disposed of her trash, then turned, started to walk back to the seating area,
and tripped and fell, allegedly sustaining injury to her shoulder.
Claimant asserts that her injury was a result of negligence and carelessness on the part of
Respondent. Claimant states that Respondent placed the trash containers next to the concrete
base of the curved archway that protruded into the walkway, effectively creating a tripping
hazard. Claimant states Respondent failed to provide warning by sign or paint color to direct
customers' attention when placing garbage into the trash containers in order to alert them to the
273 possibility of tripping on the base of the curved archway. Claimant alleges that Respondent had
notice that the base of the archway curved into the walkway, yet failed to relocate the trash
containers. Claimant states that, as a result of the fall, she suffered an injured shoulder, endured
pain and suffering, and was forced to incur medical expenses. Claimant now seeks damages up
to $100,000.
III.
Legal Analysis
The law is well established that in order to maintain an action for negligence, a Claimant
must establish by a preponderance of evidence that (1) Respondent owed Claimant a duty, (2)
the duty to Claimant was breached by a negligent act or omission to act and (3) the negligence
proximately caused the compensable injury. Johnson v. State, 48 Ill. Ct. Cl. 345, 350 (1996),
citing O'Neill v. State, 46 Ill. Ct. Cl. 146, 148 (1993). The State is not an insurer of the safety of
invitees, but must only exercise reasonable care for their safety. Hickman v. State, 55 Ill. Ct. Cl.
388, 390 (2002), citing Fausch v. Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, 42 Ill. Ct. Cl.
(1989). This Court has adopted the doctrine that an invitee assumes all normal, obvious, and
ordinary risks attendant to the use of the applicable premises. Hickman, 55 Ill. Ct. Cl. at 390,
citing Sanders v. Board of Governors of State Colleges and Universities, 48 Ill. Ct. Cl. 177, 179
(1995).
Here, Respondent asserts that it did not breach its duty to Claimant because the curved
archway was an open and obvious condition. Section 343A of the Restatement illustrates that
"[a] possessor of land is not liable to his invitees for physical harm caused to them by any
activity or condition on the land whose danger is known or obvious to them, unless the possessor
should anticipate the harm despite such knowledge or obviousness." Restatement (Second) of
Torts section 343A at 218 (1965). Something is "obvious" if "both the condition and the risk are
274 apparent to and would be recognized by a reasonable [person], in the position of the visitor,
exercising ordinary perception, intelligence, and judgment." Restatement (Second) of Torts
section 343A, Comment b, at 219 (1965). In other words, under the open and obvious exception,
a landowner is not required to give precautions or warnings where such dangers or risks are
evident in order to excuse the duty of reasonable care toward invitees unless the facts indicate the
landowner should have anticipated the harm despite such knowledge or obviousness. Hickman,
55 Ill. Ct. Cl. at 391, citing Ward v. K Mart Corp., 136 Ill. 2d 132, 149-51 (1990). In this case,
Claimant acknowledges that she walked through the curved archway twice without incident prior
to her fall. Further, Claimant acknowledged that she witnessed other individuals use the trash
containers without falling.
Claimant argues that the openness and obviousness of the curved archway should not
exempt Respondent because Respondent could reasonably expect that Claimant would be
distracted. Claimant relies on the principle establishing that a possessor of land should anticipate
harm to an invitee when the possessor "has reason to expect that the invitee's attention may be
distracted, so that he will not discover what is obvious, or will forget what he has discovered, or
fail to protect himself against it." Restatement (Second) of Torts section 343A, Comment f, at
220 (1965). Here, Claimant contends that Respondent should have reasonably anticipated that
Claimant would be distracted when carrying her tray to the trash containers. Claimant relies on
the Ward case, in which the Illinois Supreme Court held that the defendant's duty of reasonable
care encompassed the risk that one of its customers, while carrying a large, bulky item, would
collide with a post upon exiting the store. 136 Ill. 2d at 157.
Ward, however, is distinguishable from this case. In Ward, the plaintiff was carrying a
large bathroom mirror, which was five feet long and approximately one-and-a-half feet wide. Id.
275 at 138. In that case, the Supreme Court held that "[t]he inquiry is whether the defendant should
reasonably anticipate injury to those entrants on his premises who are generally exercising
reasonable care for their own safety, but who may reasonably be expected to be distracted, as
when carrying large bundles, or forgetful of the condition after having momentarily encountered
it." Id. at 152. In this case, Claimant was not carrying a large bundle, but rather a tray full of
refuse. Moreover, Claimant had disposed of the refuse when she allegedly fell. Claimant states
that, after passing through the curved archway a second time, she threw out her trash, and then
fell. Thus, Claimant cannot reasonably argue she was distracted when she fell and cannot claim
the distraction exception to the open and obvious exception.
Because the curved archway was an open and obvious condition, we find that the
Respondent did not breach any duty owed to Claimant and thus Claimant has failed as a matter
of law to establish an element of her claim.
For the reasons set forth herein, it is hereby ordered that Respondent's Motion for
Summary Judgment is granted.
276 (No. 10-CC-1204 – Claim awarded)
ACUITY INSURANCE COMPANY, AS SUBROGEE OF LEONARD INDOVINA,
Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION,
Respondent.
Opinion filed April 25, 2012
HENRY W. AUSTIN, JR., Counsel for Claimant
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (MICHAEL BANKHEAD, Assistant Attorney
General, of counsel), for Respondent.
Negligence, Burden of proof- In a claim for negligence, Claimant has the burden to prove
by a preponderance of the evidence that the State was negligent and such negligence was
the proximate cause of the claimant's damages. Claimant's testimony was credible and
proved the State's negligence by a preponderance of the evidence.
Damages, Partial Comparative Negligence- Illinois follows a partial comparative
negligence scheme for apportioning damages. Claimant is barred from recovery if his
contributory fault is more than 50 percent of the proximate cause of his damages, but if
his contributory fault is 50 percent or less, his recovery is diminished in proportion to his
contributory fault. Claimant was found to be at 50 percent contributory fault and was
awarded 50 percent of his claimed damages.
OPINION
Kubasiak, J.
Claimant, Acuity Insurance Company, owns this claim by virtue of its right to subrogate
under an automobile insurance policy issued to Leonard Indovina. Claimant brought this
negligence claim against Respondent on Oct. 27, 2009 after its claim with the Illinois
Department of Transportation (IDOT) was denied. Specifically, Acuity argues that IDOT is
liable for negligence because its employee was negligent in how he drove his snowplow and
proximately caused an automobile accident in which Indovina's vehicle was totaled.
The following facts are undisputed. On January 10, 2008, Claimant's insured, Mr.
Indovina, was driving a black 1996 Lexus sedan southbound on a snow-covered Barrington
Road, which has two southbound lanes and two northbound lanes. At the same time, two of
277 Respondent's IDOT employees, Sargon Alkas and Frank Ruscitti, were each driving a snowplow
on the same road, going the same direction. About two blocks south of Barrington's intersection
with Route 72, in the left lane, Indovina's Lexus collided with Ruscitti's snowplow. Indovina's
automobile was totaled and Claimant Acuity suffered $11,374 in damages. Ruscitti's snowplow
suffered damage to the left side of the rear bumper in a left-to-right direction. At the location in
question, there is a left turning lane coming out of the left lane. Respondent can be held
vicariously liable for its employee Ruscitti's actions in this case.
What is in dispute, and the issue before this Court, is how the accident occurred, and who
is responsible for it. Both Ruscitti and Alkas testified that they were plowing snow and salting
the road when the accident occurred. They testified that the blue strobe lights on top of their
vehicles were turned on and were working. According to both men, Ruscitti was driving in the
left lane of Barrington Road and Alkas was in the right lane, about one car length behind him.
They claimed that this was a standard tandem formation for snowplowing. Although Alkas
stated that they were both always clearly in their respective lanes while on this road, Ruscitti
conceded that he was "approximately" in the left lane because there was no way of knowing for
sure since there was snow on the ground and he could not see the dividing lines.
Both men testified that, approximately two to four blocks south of Barrington's
intersection with Route 72, Ruscitti had his left turn signal on and was going to make a left turn.
Ruscitti and Alkas were going to make the left turn into a parking lot and then come out and get
on Barrington going northbound. Ruscitti could not describe the events leading up to the
accident because he could not see immediately behind him. Alkas, however, stated he saw what
transpired. Alkas explained that Indovina, who was in the left lane, sped up alongside Alkas and
tried to squeeze in front of him in the right lane. However, according to Alkas, there was not
278 enough room between Alkas's truck in the right lane and Ruscitti's truck in the left lane for
Indovina to make the lane change and Indovina lost control and hit Ruscitti's snowplow.
Alkas testified that at the time the accident occurred, Ruscitti was signaling his left turn
but had not yet begun to make the turn and was still going forward. Notably, Ruscitti had agreed
on cross-examination that if his bumper were hit while he was driving forward, it would have
been dented directly inward, not from a left-to-right direction, and that if he had been hit from
the right side, the bumper would have been dented in a right-to-left direction. Alkas had no
explanation for how the truck was damaged on left side if the accident occurred while Indovina
was attempting to move into the right lane.
Indovina testified that he was traveling in the left lane of Barrington Road. At
Barrington's intersection with Higgins Rd./Route 72 there was a red light. This intersection was
several blocks north of where the accident actually occurred. At the Higgins intersection,
Indovina could see Ruscitti's snowplow to his right, in the right lane, and the other snowplow
was behind Indovina in the left lane. He did not recall either vehicle having any strobe lights
turned on and stated that the vehicles did not appear to be plowing any snow.
When the light turned green, Indovina accelerated slowly on account of the fact that his
car fishtailed in the snow. Ruscitti's snowplow, however, had better traction and proceeded
between 35 to 50 feet ahead of Indovina in the right hand lane, while the plow behind Indovina
moved into the right hand lane. All of a sudden, Ruscitti, who was between 35 to 50 feet ahead
in the right lane moved into Indovina's lane in an attempt to get into the left turn lane. Indovina
immediately slammed on his brakes, but the car slid approximately 50 feet into the snowplow,
the hood of the Lexus coming into contact with the left side of the rear bumper.
279 The claimant in a negligence case has the burden to prove by a preponderance of the
evidence that the State was negligent and that such negligence was the proximate cause of the
claimant's damages. Allied Van Lines and Ray Houleite vs. Illinois (1992), 45 Ill. Ct. Cl. 94.
After reviewing the testimony and examining the evidence, we find the Claimant's testimony
credible and find that he has proved his case by the preponderance of the evidence. The impact
on the left side of Ruscitti's rear bumper is consistent with Indovina's version of events. Further,
testimony offered by Respondent does not refute Indovina's version of events because the
version of events offered by Respondent's employees is highly improbable. Namely, if Indovina
collided with Ruscitti's truck while Indovina was trying to move into the right lane, there is no
explanation for why the left side of Ruscitti's rear bumper was damaged – in a left-to-right
direction.
However, this does not end our analysis. Respondent's liability is limited by the extent to
which Indovina's failure to exercise reasonable care in providing for his own safety contributed
to his damages. Illinois follows a partial comparative negligence scheme: a plaintiff is barred
from recovery if his contributory fault accounts for more than 50 percent of the proximate cause
of his damages, but if his contributory fault accounts for 50 percent or less, the plaintiff's
recovery is diminished proportionate to the plaintiffs contributory fault. See Karas v. Strevell,
369 Ill.App.3d at 901 (discussing the comparative negligence scheme under 735 ILCS 5/21116).
Here, given the snowy nature of the road and that Indovina knew his Lexus did not get
good traction on slippery roads, we would expect Indovina to stay a safe distance behind not
only any vehicle in front of him in his lane, but any vehicle, especially a IDOT snowplow, in the
adjacent lane as well. But Indovina stated that he had to "slam his brakes" when the snow plow
280 cut in front of him. This statement coupled with the nature of the accident can only lead us to
believe that, under the extremely bad road conditions that existed, he was traveling faster than he
should have been and also failed to keep a safe distance between himself and the snowplow.
Thus, we find that even though Ruscitti was negligent in cutting in front of Indovina,
Indovina could have prevented the accident or at least lessened its magnitude, had he been more
careful and aware of his surroundings. Accordingly, we find that Claimant's apportionment of
fault via its insured, Mr. Indovina, is 50 percent and Respondent is liable for 50 percent of his
damages.
Accordingly, Claimant's claim is GRANTED in part, and it is entitled to 50 percent of the
requested $11,374. Respondent is hereby ordered to pay Claimant $5,687.
281 (No. 10-CC-2607 – Claim denied)
BRIAN J. PETERSON, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, Respondent.
Opinion filed February 15, 2012
BRIAN J. PETERSON, pro se
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JACQUELINE K. WILLIAMS, Assistant Attorney
General, of counsel), for Respondent.
Negligence, Burden of proof- Claimant must prove by a preponderance of the evidence
that the State owed him a duty, the duty was breached by a negligent act or omission, and
that such negligence was the proximate cause of his injuries. Claimant must show that a
dangerous and defective condition existed and that the State knew or should have known
of said defective and dangerous condition. The uneven pavement was a minor defect and
the State cannot be expected to remove all risks of accidents. Moreover, bicycle users
assume the risk inherent with the sport. Additionally, no other visitors had complained of
the defect. State found not negligent.
ORDER
Birnbaum, J.
THIS MATTER is before the Court upon a recommendation from Commissioner Buford
following an evidentiary hearing held on September 13, 2011. Claimant, Brian J. Peterson, filed
his Complaint sounding in negligence on February 22, 2010 arising from an August 4, 2009
incident while he was riding his bike at Moraine Hills State Park. He seeks reimbursement for
medical expenses related to this injury.
Facts
On August 4, 2009, Claimant was riding his bicycle on a paved path in Moraine Hills
State Park in McHenry, Illinois. More than ten miles of trails make Moraine Hills State Park
popular for hikers, skiers and cyclists. Annually, Moraine Hills State Park hosts 70,000-90,000
visitors, half of which are bicyclists. Three trails, surfaced with crushed limestone, wind their
way through the park, offering scenic and wildlife viewing opportunities. Within Moraine Hills
State Park, Claimant was on the 3.7 mile "red trail", known as The Lake Defiance Loop. While
282 on this trail, Claimant alleges he was thrown from his bicycle while riding down a double
winding hill where he encountered uneven pavement. The uneven pavement consisted of three
cracks, apparently caused by tree roots pushing through the asphalt. This raise in pavement was
estimated to be between one and two inches in height. Consequently, Claimant suffered from an
AC phase three separation of his left shoulder which tore the ligaments in several areas of the left
shoulder.
On June 17, 2010, Respondent filed a Motion to Dismiss pursuant to the Recreational
Use of Land and Waters Areas Act, 745 ILCS 65/1, et seq. and the the "State Parks Act", 20
ILCS 835, et seq. On April 14, 2011 this Court denied Respondent's Motion to Dismiss. The
Court denied Respondent's Motion because the Recreational Use of Land and Waters Areas Act
did not apply to Claimant's 2009 injury, as the Act was amended in 2005 to include only hunting
incidents. Before the 2005 amendment, the definition of "recreational or conservation purposes"
was "any activity undertaken for conservation, resource management, exercise, education,
relaxation, or pleasure on land owned by another." 745 ILCS 65/2. Effective August 18, 2005,
an amendment by public act 94-625 changed the definition of "recreational or conservation
purposes" to include the current language: "entry onto the land of another to conduct hunting or
recreational shooting or a combination thereof or any activity solely related to the aforesaid
hunting or recreational shooting." Id. Clearly, as Claimant's activity on August 4, 2009 failed to
involve a hunting or recreational shooting incident, this Court denied Respondent's Motion to
Dismiss pursuant to the Recreational Use of Land and Waters Areas Act.
Additionally, in the June 17, 2010 Motion to Dismiss Respondent argued that the "State
Parks Act" required the Department of Natural Resources to "conserve the original character as
distinguished from the artificial landscaping of such parks." 20 ILCS 835/3. Based on this
283 language, Respondent asserted that the tree roots are a natural feature of the land and thus, must
be maintained as the natural character of the park. However, this Court held that the Department
of Natural Resources has the power and responsibility to maintain the State parks, specifically
the paths and trails, alongside preserving their natural character pursuant to Section 4 of the State
Parks Act. 20 ILCS 835/4. Thus, this Court denied Respondent's Motion to Dismiss because the
State Parks Act failed to apply to Claimant's 2009 injury. The case was remanded to the
Commissioner for further proceedings.
On September 13, 2011, a hearing was held before Commissioner Buford. In addition to
Claimant, the witnesses who testified at the September 13, 2011 hearing were the Superintendent
from Moraine Hills State Park and a Conservation Police Officer overseeing the Park's district.
The Moraine Hills State Park superintendent, Greg Kelly, has held the position of superintendent
for eight years and his duties range from administrative responsibilities to personally supervising
the maintenance and upkeep of the Park. Mr. Kelly testified he regularly checks the trails as part
of his duties and also utilizes the trails for his personal recreational enjoyment. Specifically, he
testified the cracks allegedly causing Claimant's injury were not hazardous and that he, and other
Park visitors, frequently bicycle the trails without incident. Additionally, Mr. Kelly testified that
no one has previously complained regarding the trail's cracks and park maintenance is ongoing.
At the time of trial, Conservation Police Officer Mike Lyne had worked for the Illinois
Conservation Police for 23 years and had specific law enforcement duties relating to Moraine
Hills State Park since 1990. Officer Lyne testified that the cracks allegedly causing Claimant's
injury were not distinguishable in regards to the rest of the trails in Moraine Hills. Additionally,
Officer Lyne testified that he did not consider the condition dangerous or one that should be
normally reported to the Department of Natural Resources.
284 Analysis
In order for Claimant to recover against the State, he must prove by a preponderance of
the evidence that the State owed him a duty, the duty was breached by a negligent act or
omission, and that such negligence was the proximate cause of his injuries. Ondes v. State, 43
Ill. Ct. Cl. 272 (1991). The State of Illinois owes a duty to the public to exercise reasonable care
in establishing, maintaining and supervising its parks. Kami v. State, 21 Ill. Ct. Cl. 467 (1953);
Wightman v. State, 32 Ill. Ct. Cl. 546 (1978). Additionally, in Pearlman v. State, 33 Ill. Ct. Cl.
28, 31 (1979), the Court reiterated that, "The State of Illinois is not an insurer and before the
Respondent can be liable for Claimant's injury it must be shown by the preponderance or the
greater weight of the evidence that a dangerous and defective condition existed and that the
Respondent knew or should have known of said defective and dangerous condition."
In Lyons v. State, 39 Ill. Ct. Cl. 192 (1987), a park visitor was injured when her foot
became caught in a hole on a platform near a wooden stairway at Blackhawk State Park in Rock
Island. Recovery was disallowed, as the Court concluded the defect was minor, park employees
made routine inspections prior to the incident and that there are some risks inherent in hiking.
Id. at 194. This Court finds an analogous fact pattern in the present case. In this case, the
evidence shows that the defect in the trail allegedly causing Claimant's injuries was 1-2 inches in
height. From this evidence and the testimony of witnesses, it appears that the alleged defect at
best, would be construed to be a minor defect on the trail. Di minimis or slight defects are not
actionable in that no one would anticipate danger from such minor defects. Putman v. Village
ofBensenville, 337 Ill. App. 3d 197, 786 N. E. 2d 203 (2003). Because the State is not an insurer
it cannot be expected to remove all risks of accidents which may occur in the absence of
negligence. Kamin v. Illinois, 21 Ill. Ct. Cl. 467 (1953). Both Officer Lyne and Site
285 Superintendent Kelly testified that small obstacles may appear on the trail and that it is important
for a bicycle rider to proceed at a reasonable speed to keep the bicycle under control. This Court
is of the opinion that bicycle users and hikers utilizing trails within the Moraine Hills State Park
must be said to assume some risk inherent with the sport. Additional testimony indicates no
visitors complained about the area prior to Claimant's accident and that maintenance of the area
and surrounding trails is ongoing by park officials. The burden is upon the Claimant to prove by
a preponderance of the evidence that the State breached its duty of reasonable care. The
evidence and testimony at trial clearly shows that Respondent's agents had no notice of the
alleged dangerous condition and did not breach their duty to exercise reasonable care in the
maintenance of the Moraine Hills State Park. It is the opinion of the Court that Claimant has not
shown by a preponderance of the evidence that the State was negligent.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that for the above reasons, this claim is DENIED.
286 (No. 10-CC-2921 – Claim awarded)
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, Respondent.
Opinion filed March 7, 2012
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION, pro se
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (MICHAEL ROCKS, Assistant Attorney General, of
counsel), for Respondent.
Obligations of the State, Money owed to vendors- The State acknowledges that it owes
Claimant $88.47 in interest, but argues that 30 ILCS 105/30 prohibits obligating the State
to any indebtedness in excess of the money appropriated for a department. However, the
Prompt Payment Act allows the Comptroller to promulgate rules regarding payment of
interest claims and the Comptroller specifically promulgated a rule that permits vendors
to seek recourse in the Court of Claims for interest payments due vendors where an
appropriation is exhausted or lapsed.
ORDER
Birnbaum, J.
This matter coming to be heard on the motion of Respondent to dismiss. The Court being
fully advised in the premises finds that:
Claimant filed this claim as a lapsed appropriation claim in the amount of $84.22. The
amount in controversy arises from interest penalties that the State acknowledges it owes under
the Illinois Prompt Payment Act. Respondent has filed a departmental report in investigation of
this claim that has been prepared by the State's Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor. Pursuant to 74
Ill. Adm. Code 790.140 a Departmental Report is prima facie evidence of the facts set forth
therein. The Departmental Report acknowledges that this is a valid claim. However,
Respondent argues there are no funds available to pay this claim.
Respondent argues that Section 30 of An Act in Relation to State Finance, 30 ILCS
105/30, prohibits obligating the State to any indebtedness in excess of the money appropriated
for a department. For the reasons set forth below we find that claims for interest under the
287 Prompt Payment Act are not governed by Section 30 ILCS 105/30.
The State Prompt Payment Act is set forth in 30 ILCS 540 (30 ILCS 540/1) (from
Ch. 127, par. 132.401).
Relevant sections of The Act are as follows:
Sec. 1. This Act applies to any State official or agency authorized to provide for payment
from State funds, by virtue of any appropriation of the General Assembly, for goods or services
furnished to the State.
Sec. 3-1. The Illinois Court of Claims shall, in its investigation of payments due
claimants, provide for interest penalties as prescribed in this Act. (Emphasis Added)
Sec. 3-2. Beginning July 1, 1993, in any instance where a State official or agency is late
in payment of a vendor's bill or invoice for goods or services furnished to the State, as defined in
Section 1, properly approved in accordance with rules promulgated under Section 3-3, the State
official or agency shall pay interest to the vendor in accordance with the following:
(1) Any bill approved for payment under this Section must be paid or the payment issued
to the payee within 60 days of receipt of a proper bill or invoice. If payment is not issued to the
payee within this 60 day period, an interest penalty of 1.0% of any amount approved and unpaid
shall be added for each month or fraction thereof after the end of this 60 day period, until final
payment is made.
(2) Where a State official or agency is late in payment of a vendor's bill or invoice
properly approved in accordance with this Act, and different late payment terms are not reduced
to writing as a contractual agreement, the State official or agency shall automatically pay interest
penalties required by this Section amounting to $50 or more to the appropriate vendor. Each
agency shall be responsible for determining whether an interest penalty is owed and for paying
288 the interest to the vendor.
The Prompt Payment Act also provides (30 ILCS 540/3-3) (from Ch. 127, par.
132.403-3):
Sec. 3-3. The State Comptroller and the Department of Central Management Services
shall jointly promulgate rules and policies to govern the uniform application of this Act. These
rules and policies shall include procedures and time frames for approving a bill or invoice from a
vendor for goods or services furnished to the State. These rules and policies shall provide for
procedures and time frames applicable to payment plans as may be agreed upon between State
agencies and vendors. These rules and policies shall be binding on all officials and agencies
under this Act's jurisdiction. These rules and policies may be made effective no earlier than July
1, 1993. (Source: P.A. 92-384, eff. 7-1-02.)
Sec. 3-4. The State Comptroller must specify the manner in which State agencies shall
record interest penalty payments under this Act. The State Comptroller may require vouchers
submitted for payment, including submission by electronic or other means approved by the
Comptroller, to indicate the appropriate date from which interest penalties may be calculated as
required under this Act.
Those Rules are set forth at 74 Ill. Adm. Code 900 and provide in pertinent part:
900.35 (d) In the event the appropriation originally charged with the Goods or
Services is exhausted and the State agency has exhausted its transfer of funds authority
pursuant to 30 ILCS 105/13.2, the appropriation has lapsed or the agency has improperly
refused to pay interest, Vendors may have recourse before the Court of Claims for payment
of interest penalties. (Emphasis Added)
The exceptions to these rules are found in Section 900.120 Exclusions. It is a non-
289 exhaustive list of 16 types of payments that are excluded from the Act and consequently do not
qualify for interest penalties. Those exceptions are not evident here.
After a review of the legislation and from the Rules promulgated by a grant of the
Legislature, it is clear that vendors may seek recourse in the Court of Claims for interest
payments due vendors where an appropriation is exhausted or lapsed. This Court previously
held in McLean County vs. State, 42 Ill.Ct.Cl. 92 (1994) that it is beyond the authority of this
Court to make awards that exceed the Legislature's appropriation. But here, the Legislature gave
a specific grant to the Comptroller to promulgate rules regarding payment of interest claims.
Thus we find that the Legislature granted specific authority to pay these interest claims where
warranted and that such claims are distinguishable from those lapsed appropriation claims that
are rightfully denied where the Department lacks sufficient funds. In the instant case the
Departmental Report acknowledges that these monies are owed. Therefore, we deny the Motion
to Dismiss and grant the Claimant an award in the amount of $84.22.
290 (No. 10-CC-3125 – Claim denied)
D.R. DEKALB, LLC and AUTUMN CREEK MANAGEMENT SERVICES, INC.,
Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, BOARD OF TRUSTEES, NORTHERN ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY, Respondent.
Opinion filed June 21, 2012
PETER T. SMITH, Counsel for Claimant
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (GERALD W. HUSTON, Special Assistant Attorney
General, of counsel), for Respondent.
Immunity- College Campus Press Act gives immunity from liability arising from
expressions published in campus media. The content of the article published in The
Northern Star is immaterial. The Northern Star is a "Campus Media" and the article was
an expression of a student reporter. Respondent is immune from Complaint's claim of
defamation.
ORDER
Storino, J.
This cause comes before the Court on Respondent's Motion to Dismiss pursuant to
Section 2-619(a)(9) of the Illinois Code of Civil Procedure, the Court having reviewed the court
file, and the Court being fully advised:
The Court finds as follows:
The State of Illinois filed a Motion to Dismiss claiming that the existence of an
affirmative matter defeats Claimants' allegations.
Claimants filed a four count Complaint against Respondents for defamation per se and
defamation per quod alleging that a defamatory article published by Northern Illinois' The
Northern Star caused damages to their reputation and their ability to rent apartments.
In Illinois, a motion for involuntary dismissal under Section 2-619 of the Code of Civil
Procedure should only be granted in those cases in which there are no material facts in dispute
and respondent is entitled to dismissal as a matter of law. Rochon v. Rodriquez, 293 Ill. App. 3d
291 952, 689 N.E. 2d 288 (1st Dist. 1997). A motion to dismiss under Section 2-619 views all
allegations contained in the complaint in the light most favorable to the plaintiff and should only
be granted if no set of facts can be proved which would entitle plaintiff to recover. Longfellow
by Longfellow v. Corey, 286 Ill. App. 3d 366, 675 N.E. 2d 1386 (4th Dist. 1997). The main
purpose of Section 2-619 is to provide means of disposing of issues of law or easily proved
issues of fact. Smith v. St. Therese Hospital, 87 Ill. App. 3d 782, 410 N.E. 2d 219 (2nd Dist.
1980).
It is well established that the College Campus Press Act (the "Act") provides that the
State of Illinois is immune from liability arising from expression published in campus media.
The Act provides, in pertinent part:
"Immunity. A State-sponsored institution of higher learning shall be immune from any
lawsuit arising from expression actually made in campus media, with the exception of
the institution's own expression." 110 ILCS 13/35 (West 2011).
The Act defines "Campus Media" as follows:
"Campus Media means any matter that is prepared, substantially written, published, or
broadcast by students at State-sponsored institutions of higher learning, that is distributed
or generally made available, either free of charge or for a fee, to members of the student
body, and that is prepared under the direction of a student media adviser. Campus media
does not include media that is intended for distribution or transmission solely in the
classrooms in which it is produced." 110 ILCS 13/5 (West 2011).
In addition, the Act clearly defines Northern Illinois University as a "State-sponsored institution
of higher learning." 110 ILCS 13/5 (West 2011).
For the purposes of Respondent's Motion to Dismiss and this Court's Order, the content
of the article published in The Northern Star is immaterial. The key issues are whether The
Northern Star is "Campus Media" under the Act, and whether the article was an expression of
Respondents. The pleadings and affidavits clearly indicate that The Northern Star is prepared,
substantially written, and published by NIU students, and as such is the very definition of
292 "Campus Media" under the Act. In addition, Claimants admit that the article at issue was written
by a student reporter.
Furthermore, Section 13/25 of the Act states as follows:
"Campus policy and speech distinguished. Expression made by a collegiate student
journalist, collegiate student editor, or other contributor in campus media is neither an
expression of campus policy nor speech attributable to a State-sponsored institution of
higher learning."
As the article was written by a student journalist in campus media, it is as a matter of law
neither an expression of campus policy nor speech attributable to Respondents. As a result,
Claimants' Complaint against the State of Illinois must be dismissed on the basis of immunity.
This Court deems it unnecessary to rule upon the State of Illinois' additional argument for
dismissal.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT:
1.
The State of Illinois' Motion to Dismiss is granted.
2.
That this case is dismissed with prejudice.
293 (No. 11-CC-0264 – Claim denied)
IN RE APPLICATION OF: SCALES MOUND FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT.
Opinion filed July 7, 2011
CARL WINTER, pro se
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (ROBERT SKLAMBERG, Assistant Attorney
General, of counsel), for Respondent.
Eligibility for Benefits under the Line of Duty Compensation Act, Burden of proof, Killed
in the line of duty- “Killed in the line of duty” is a precondition to granting Claimant
compensation under the Act. The term excludes death resulting from the willful
misconduct or intoxication of a claimant. The burden of proof is on the AG’s office.
Benefits under the Line of Duty Compensation Act, Killed in the line of duty, IntoxicationAutopsy report showed Claimant’s blood alcohol level was 0.191% at the time of death,
twice the legal limit in Illinois. Claimant was intoxicated when his fatal accident
occurred, but the AG’s office failed to prove that his death was the result of his
intoxication. Evidence suggests that the accident with the deer could have occurred even
absent his intoxication.
Benefits under the Line of Duty Compensation Act, Killed in the line of duty, Willful
misconducts- Claimant violated motor laws against intoxicated driving, which exposes
not only the intoxicated driver to danger, but also the people and property around him.
As a volunteer firefighter, Claimant could decide whether he wanted to respond to a call
based on whether he was in the area and whether he felt that he could respond.
Claimant’s personal decision to drive while intoxicated amounted to willful misconduct
and the claim is denied.
OPINION
Sprague, C.J.
This Claim was filed on August 16, 2010, arising from the death of Kurt M. Meusel on
May 22, 2010 from injuries sustained as a volunteer firefighter with the Scales Mound Fire
Protection District. 820 ILCS 315/1 et seq (Line of Duty Compensation Act) mandates that the
Attorney General's (AG's) Office investigate claims for compensation under the Act. In
accordance with this mandate, the AG's Office filed its Report on September 28, 2010, which
included such documents as the Scales Mound Fire Protection District Statement of Beneficiary
294 naming Firefighter Meusel's fiancée Kara Ann Homb as beneficiary, the Medical Examiner's
Certificate of Death, the Jo Daviess County Coroner's Report, Autopsy Report, Toxicology
Analysis, and various other reports made by the Scales Mound Fire Protection District and the Jo
Daviess County Sheriff.
In its Report of September 28, 2010, the Attorney General recommended that the Court
determine through assignment to a Commissioner, and a hearing if necessary, whether
Firefighter Meusel was "killed in the line of duty," as defined in section 2(e) of the Act
On October 15, 2010 this Court ordered that this cause be assigned to a Commissioner to
take and file evidence as to whether Firefighter Meusel was "killed in the line of duty," as
defined in section 2(e) of the Act, and to resolve other matters as may be necessary to reach a
determination of this claim. A hearing was held before a Commissioner on April 5, 2011.
Firefighter Meusel's fiancée Kara Homb, her father Paul Homb, Firefighter Meusel's parents,
Susan and Mike Meusel, Chief Carl Winter of Scales Mound Fire Protection District, and
Lieutenant Joanne Zito of Scales Mound Fire District were all given an opportunity to speak on
the record at the hearing.
FACTUAL BACKGROUND
The Jo Daviess Sheriff’s Office Report indicates that on May 22, 2010, at about 8:44
p.m., officers had been dispatched to 6508 North Pea Ridge Rd, Scales Mound, IL in reference
to a missing elderly man. While en route to the residence, the officers instructed the dispatch
center to "page out" the Scales Mound Fire District and the Jo Daviess County K9 Unit for
assistance with the search. According to the Sheriff’s Office Report, when the officers arrived at
the residence around 8:58 p.m., several members from the Scales Mound Fire District were
already on the scene. Chief Winters concurred that he received a page around 8:44 p.m. and
295 indicated that he arrived at 6508 North Pea Ridge Rd. between 8:54 and 8:59. However, he
stated that the Jo Daviess Sherriff’s officers had arrived before anyone from Scales Mound Fire
District arrived.
Chief Winters recalled that he received another page around 9:14 p.m. This page was
regarding Volunteer Firefighter Kurt Meusel, who had left his home on his four-wheel ATV in
response to the page. While en route to search for the lost man, Firefighter Meusel got into a
fatal accident in his ATV on North Mill Creek Road, a gravel road in Thompson Township. His
body was found face down on the east edge of the roadway. His ATV was found upside down in
a ditch with deer hair in the radiator, and was located 30 to 50 feet ahead of Firefighter Meusel.
The body of a deer was found in the ditch in close proximity to Firefighter Meusel. Chief
Winters stated that Firefighter Meusel's house was about half a mile from the accident scene and
about six miles from 6508 North Pea Ridge Rd.
The Medical Examiner's Certificate of Death states that Firefighter Meusel was
pronounced dead at the scene of the accident on May 22, 2010 and that the cause of his death
was blunt trauma to the head. The Jo Daviess County Coroner's Report, Autopsy Report, and
Toxicology Analysis contain laboratory findings that Firefighter Meusel's blood alcohol level
was 0.191 %.
Respondent and Claimant were given the opportunity to present accident reconstruction
testimony but declined. Also, both Claimant and Firefighter Meusel's beneficiary declined to
have an attorney represent them in this claim. At this Court's Request, Claimant produced the
Scales Mound Fire Protection District Standard Operating Procedures in effect at the time of
the incident.6
6
In wake of this tragedy, the Fire Protection District enacted new Bylaws of the Volunteer Fire Departments
of the Scales Mound Fire Protection District, which were provided to the Court (the previous bylaws were from
296 Paragraph 3 of Provision 2 of the Scales Mound Fire Protection District Standard
Operating Procedures states, "The drivers of the emergency vehicles and Firefighters responding
in personal vehicles will obey all traffic laws." Paragraph 2 of Provision 15.0 states,
"Emergency vehicle drivers will not drink and drive." Paragraph 13 of the same provision
addresses firefighters responding to calls in their personal vehicles and reiterates, "Driver's must
obey all traffic laws." Paragraph 13 also states that firefighters responding in their personal
vehicles must attach a flashing blue strobe light to alert the public that the vehicle is responding
to an emergency. Pursuant to Provision 1, all members of the Volunteer Fire Department must
read and understand the Scales Mound Fire Protection District Standard Operating Procedures.
Chief Winters testified at the hearing that the Scales Mound Fire District was totally
voluntary and that the volunteers were on call "24/7." All of the volunteer firemen got
voice/tone pagers that they were to carry at all times. He explained that when there was an
emergency, the Jo Daviess County Sherriff’s Department would page the members of the Fire
District, and then the volunteer firemen who were available responded. By "available" Chief
Winters clarified that responding to a call was a "personal decision that a volunteer firefighter
made based on whether he was in the area, whether he felt that he could respond to that cause."
Winters noted that when a call was over and volunteers were no longer needed, the volunteers
1949 and, according to Chief Winter, were a paragraph long). Section 3 of the new Bylaws states, "There will be no
alcohol or illegal substance abuse allowed or tolerated while responding to an emergency situation or responding to
the Fire Station."
Also in the wake of this tragedy, the District added provision #57.0, "Personal Vehicle Operations" to the
Standard Operating Procedures in July 2010 to emphasize its position regarding drinking and driving and safe
vehicle operation. The relevant paragraphs under the heading "Responsibility" state the following:
1. It is the sole responsibility of the individual to properly drive and operate their personal vehicle while
responding to the station and emergency incident.
2. The individual is expected to operate the vehicle safely, obey all applicable State or Illinois Rules of the Road,
and show due regard for public safety.
3. It is not implied that the Fire Department personnel shall at anytime be encouraged or authorized to operate
their personal vehicle unsafely and without due regard especially when responding to an emergency incident.
4. There will be no alcohol or illegal substance abuse allowed or tolerated while responding to an emergency
situation or responding to the Fire Station (this paragraph reiterates verbatim Section 3 of the Bylaws of the
Volunteer Fife Departments of the Scales Mound Fire Protection District).
297 were all notified on their pagers.
Claimant offered statistics compiled by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources
reporting that 3,945 deer were removed in Jo Daviess County during the 2010 Deer hunting
/archery season. Claimant also offered Jo Daviess County Sheriff's Traffic Accident statistics for
2010, reporting 401 total traffic accidents, of which 132 (about 32.92%) involved deer. Further,
Claimant submitted a letter written by Roselynn Y. Marsh, who wrote that she has lived in Jo
Daviess County for approximately 35 years and can personally attest to the dangerousness the
deer population presents by suddenly running into the direct path of oncoming vehicles. Mrs.
Marsh recalled that during a fourteen week period, she had two collisions with two different deer
in two different vehicles while driving at night in Jo Daviess County. Both collisions caused
extensive front-end damage and had been reported to the police.
Claimant submitted several other letters into evidence as well. Letters admitted into
evidence written by Firefighter Meusel's mother Sue Meusel, and by his younger brother and
younger brother's wife, Sean and Katie Meusel, indicate that on May 22, 2010 Firefighter
Meusel was with Scales Mound Fire District helping with a triathlon from morning until noon.
Chief Winter confirmed this when he testified at the April 5 hearing, explaining that Firefighter
Meusel and other members of the fire crew were watching the triathlon route for accidents and
things of that nature.
According to Sean and Katie's letter, Firefighter Meusel returned from the triathlon to his
home (the one he shared with Kara at 1521 North Hoppe, Elizabeth, IL) to help with the
installation of a DISH satellite. He then went to Scales Mound with Sean to get a skid loader,
and they returned to Schapville to do landscaping work. Around 5 p.m. Firefighter Meusel,
Sean, and their father Mike went to buy an old boat needing repair. They came back to Mike
298 and Sue's house (627 E. Schapville Road, Scales Mound, IL) around 6 p.m. and started working
on the motor until almost dusk. When Mike started grilling steak and potatoes around 8:45 p.m.,
Firefighter Meusel got the page regarding the missing elderly man.
Since Firefighter Meusel's truck was hooked up to the trailer that the skid loader was on,
he took the ATV he had at his parents' house. Sean and Katie Meusel noted in their letter that
the ATV would be easy to take into the woods where he was going to search for the elderly man.
Before proceeding to search for the man, however, Firefighter Meusel drove to his house so he
could pick up his fire jacket and affix the blue strobe light to his ATV. He then drove past his
parents' home on his way to begin the search. Sue Meusel recalled in her letter that, as he passed
her house, he quickly stopped and asked Kara for his pack of cigarettes and said, "I know where
he is; I'll be right back – love ya!"
Chief Winters noted at the hearing that two days prior to the incident in question, the
Scales Mound Fire District, including Firefighter Meusel, conducted a search and rescue with the
neighboring Elizabeth Fire Department. From 5:30 p.m. to midnight, they were using ATV's to
search for a missing person in the Galena territory. Winters opined, "I can only imagine what
went through Kurt's head knowing that he needed to respond like we did just two nights prior to
that using ATVs for my search." Winters also stated that Firefighter Meusel knew that area very
well – better than he did even.
In two other letters Claimant submitted into evidence, written by Jeffrey Korte,
Firefighter Meusel's employer at Korte Farms, and William B. Miller, Coroner of Jo Daviess
County, both men indicate that Firefighter Meusel was very familiar with the area where the
accident occurred. Miller also offered his personal feelings that, "[e]ven though Kurt Meusel
had alcohol in his system, I believe this accident could not be avoided due to location, dark
299 surroundings with no street lights, and the ATV vehicle being struck by a deer coming from the
field/ditch area." At the hearing, Chief Winters also noted that the grass in the field was very tall
– that is why it was not so easy to immediately find the deer carcass.
We must note that despite numerous people describing the events of the day that
preceded Firefighter Meusel's tragic accident, none mentioned anything about an event that,
based on the toxicology report, obviously occurred: Firefighter Meusel's consumption of a
sufficient quantity of alcoholic beverages that placed his blood alcohol level in an amount in
excess of twice the legal limit in Illinois.
ANALYSIS
The decedent having been "killed in the line of duty" is a precondition to granting a
claimant compensation under the Line of Duty Compensation Act. The relevant portion of 820
ILCS 315/2(e) provides the following definition for "killed in the line of duty"
"Killed in the line of duty" means losing one's life as a result of injury received in
the active performance of duties as a law enforcement officer, civil defense
worker, civil air patrol member, paramedic, fireman, or chaplain if the death
occurs within one year from the date the injury was received and if that injury
arose from violence or other accidental cause...The term excludes death
resulting from the willful misconduct or intoxication of the officer, civil
defense worker, civil air patrol member, paramedic, fireman, chaplain, or
State employee. However, the burden of proof of such willful misconduct or
intoxication of the officer, civil defense worker, civil air patrol member,
paramedic, fireman, chaplain, or State employee is on the Attorney General.
(emphasis added).
Here, Firefighter Meusel was responding to a call when his fatal accident occurred, and
he was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident; so his death occurred within a year of an
injury that arose in the active performance of his duties as a volunteer fireman. Further, his
injury arose from an accidental cause: he suffered blunt trauma to the head in an ATV accident.
However, the Jo Daviess County Coroner's Report, Autopsy Report, and Toxicology Report
300 contain laboratory findings that Firefighter Meusel's blood alcohol content was .191%. The issue
before this Court is whether Claimant's claim should be denied because Firefighter Meusel's
death was the result of intoxication or willful misconduct. Pursuant to 820 1LCS 315/2(e), the
burden of proving such willful misconduct or intoxication is on the AG's Office.
To prove that a decedent's blood alcohol concentration rendered him intoxicated at the
time of his death, Respondent must establish the legal significance of said concentration. See In
re Application of Warren H. Yoho and Maridell A. Yoho (1989), 42 Ill. Ct. Cl. 249 (finding that
the State had failed to prove that decedent's fatal fall off a balcony was the result of intoxication
because the State did not establish the significance of decedent's .225 blood alcohol level in a
non-vehicle-related accident).
Here, Respondent has introduced the significance of Firefighter Meusel's .191% blood
alcohol level. Respondent notes in its Report, pursuant to 625 ILCS 5/11-501 (a)(1), a person
shall not drive or be in actual physical control of any vehicle within this State while the alcohol
concentration in the person's blood or breath is .08 or more. Firefighter Meusel's blood alcohol
concentration was more than twice this legal limit.
Respondent also references Section 11-501.2(b)(3), which provides that upon any
criminal or civil proceeding arising out of acts alleged to have been committed by any person
while driving or in actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, "if
there was at that time an alcohol concentration of .08 or more, it shall be presumed that the
person was under the influence of alcohol." Although this presumption does not limit the
admission of other relevant evidence regarding whether the decedent was under the influence of
alcohol at the time of his fatal accident, no such evidence was presented to rebut this legal
presumption in the case at bar. Thus, we find that Firefighter Meusel was intoxicated when his
301 fatal accident occurred. See In re Application of Reininger, (finding that the decedent's death
was the result of intoxication where his blood alcohol level was .207 (which was .207 times the
.1 limit at the time) when he drove his unmarked police car into the rear of a truck).
However the AG's Office still needs to prove that Firefighter Meusel's death was a result
of his intoxication. Here, the evidence gathered at the accident scene indicated that Firefighter
Meusel had an accident with a deer. But the AG offers no evidence (such as accident
reconstruction reports or testimony) indicating how, if at all, Firefighter Meusel's accident with
the deer was the result of his intoxication. Further, Claimant introduced evidence that deer
accidents are not uncommon in Jo Daviess County, which has a large deer population – almost
one third of the 401 traffic accidents reported in Jo Daviess County in 2010 involved deer. Thus,
there was at least a possibility that Decedent's accident could have occurred even absent his
intoxication. This fact coupled with the lack of any evidence presented by the AG's Office
showing how Firefighter Meusel's intoxication caused his death, leaves us to find that the burden
of proof that Firefighter Meusel died as a result of his intoxication has not been met.
We next turn to whether Firefighter Meusel's death was the result of willful misconduct.
In In Re: Application of Louise E. Jobe (1982), 35 Ill.Ct.Cl. 404, the most recent case discussing
the meaning of "willful misconduct" under the Act, the Court found that no willful misconduct
occurred where a police officer responding as backup to a domestic violence call waited at a
railroad intersection for a southbound train to pass and immediately drove past the still lowered
railroad-crossing gates and was struck and killed by a northbound train that he could not see
before crossing the railroad tracks. The Court reached this holding despite the Des Plaines
Police Department rule stating that emergency calls should be answered "consistent with normal
safety precautions and vehicle laws;" the Illinois Motor Vehicle Code provision proscribing
302 driving through, under, or around railroad-crossing gates; and the fact that there was no
exception to this rule under the emergency-vehicle exceptions provision of the Code.
Since the Act does not define '"willful misconduct," the AG's Office in Jobe submitted a
memorandum noting that willful or wanton misconduct was a prerequisite in several statutory
causes of action in Illinois. Specifically, the AG's Office recommended using the definition of
"willful and wanton misconduct" used in cases regarding the "Guest Statute" in the Illinois
Motor Vehicle Code: "willful and wanton misconduct is a conscious disregard for one's own
safety and that of others."7
This definition is consistent with definitions in other tort-related contexts. See Oelze v.
Score Sports Venture, LLC 401 Ill.App.3d 110, 123, 927 N.E.2d 137, 149, 339 Ill.Dec. 596, 608
(Ill.App. 1 Dist. 2010) (discussing willful and wanton acts in the context of plaintiffs challenge
to a release of liability and finding, "Willful and wanton acts show actual or deliberate intent to
harm or, if not intentional, show an utter indifference to or conscious disregard for a person's
own safety or the safety or property of others."); Burke v. 12 Rothschild's Liquor Mart, Inc., 148
Ill.2d 429, 452, 593 N.E.2d 522, 532, 170 Ill.Dec. 633, 643 (Ill. 1992) (discussing "willful and
wanton conduct" in the context of contributory negligence and finding, "Willful and wanton
conduct is found where an act was done with actual intention or with a conscious disregard or
indifference for the consequences when the known safety of other persons was involved."); see
also 745 ILCS 10/1-210 (Illinois Local Governmental and Governmental Employees Tort
Immunity Act)(defining willful and wanton conduct as "a course of action which shows an actual
or deliberate intention to cause harm or which, if not intentional, shows an utter indifference to
7
The Guest Statute in place during that time period limited a driver's liability to a gratuitous automobile passenger
to only those situations where the driver was guilty of willful misconduct. In Re: Application of Louise E. Jobe,
(1982), 35 Ill.Ct.Cl. 404.
303 or conscious disregard for the safety of others or their property).
The Court in Jobe declined to accept this standard definition to the extent that it included
"disregard for one's own safety." The Court reasoned that, "[t]he very nature of a law
enforcement officer's duties require that he take risks to which the ordinary public is not even
exposed...To hold that a law enforcement officer was engaged in willful misconduct when he
exhibited a disregard for his own safety would be contrary to the purposes of the Act and
disqualify many deserving officers." Nonetheless, the Court declined to set a standard definition
for "willful misconduct," noting that "the determination should be made on a case-by-case basis
which allows for taking into consideration all of the attendant circumstances of the incident."
In finding that Officer Jobe had not engaged in willful misconduct under the Act, the
Court noted that even though he violated a provision of the Illinois Motor Vehicle Code, he did
not endanger anyone's safety but his own; he was not intentionally trying to hurt himself; and he
was responding as a backup officer to a domestic disturbance call, which he thought it imperative
to answer immediately.8 The Court noted that although Officer Jobe may have been negligent
and with perfect hindsight perhaps exhibited poor judgment, under the circumstances, he was not
engaged in willful misconduct as contemplated in the Act.
In the case at bar, Volunteer Firefighter Meusel violated Illinois motorist laws against
intoxicated driving. Unlike the provision violated by the officer in Jobe, which was a petty
offense, the provision violated here was, at a minimum, a Class A misdemeanor.9 Further, in
Jobe, the officer's decision to bypass the lowered gate only exposed him to danger – and that also
for a small segment of time, the time it took to cross the railroad tracks. Conversely, Firefighter
8
Counsel for both sides agreed (the call was dangerous. According to an F.B.I, report, domestic disturbance calls
were responsible for the highest percentage of police officer fatalities between 1970 and 1979.
9
Pursuant to 625 ILCS 5/11-1201 "Obedience to signal indicating approach of train or railroad track equipment," a
violation of this Section, "is a petty offense for which a fine of $250 shall be imposed for a first violation."
304 Meusel drove his ATV intoxicated: driving while intoxicated exposes not only the intoxicated
driver to danger, but also to the people and property around him – the entire time the intoxicated
driver is on the road.
Given the totality of these circumstances, we find that Firefighter Meusel exhibited a
conscious disregard for his own safety and that of others when he drove his ATV while over
twice the legal limit – in direct violation of Illinois traffic safety laws as well as Scales Mound
Operating Procedures aimed at ensuring the safety of firefighters and the public at large. When
he got the page, it was his decision whether he could be available to take the call. It was his
personal decision to get on the ATV after he had been drinking alcohol. Had he decided not to
take the call because he wanted to obey the Scales Mound Standard Operating Procedures and
Illinois law, and not drive intoxicated, he would not have driven the ATV, and the accident
would not have occurred. Therefore, we find that Firefighter Meusel's death was the result of
willful misconduct.
Firefighter Meusel's effort to help find an elderly man was undoubtedly noble and in the
highest tradition of volunteer service. Our finding of willful misconduct on his part should in no
way be interpreted as detracting from his heroic and longstanding commitment to serving his
community. Benefits under the Illinois Line of Duty Compensation Act, like everything else,
have limitations. The Illinois Legislature in its deliberation has sought fit to limit compensation
under this Act by precluding deaths that are the result of will fill misconduct or intoxication. We
must therefore deny Claimant's claim.
305 (No. 12-CC-1416 – Claim awarded)
IN RE APPLICATION OF: THANIA MICHELL SAYNE.
Opinion filed July 20, 2012
MARY KATHERINE SAYNE and THANIA MICHELL SAYNE, pro se
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JULIE MORGAN, Assistant Attorney General, of
counsel), for Respondent.
Eligibility for Benefits under the Line of Duty Compensation Act, Burden of proofClaimant bears the burden of proof by a preponderance of the evidence of each element
required under the Act.
Application for Benefits under the Line of Duty Compensation Act, Element of residencyClaimant must prove that the decedent was an Illinois resident at the time of his death.
The Court in In Re Application of Shaw, made three determinations: (1) an adult neither
acquires new domicile nor abandons previous domicile by entering the military; (2) a
person in the military retains the residence of the state from which he was inducted until
he either abandons the previous residence or establishes a new residence; (3) there is a
rebuttable presumption that a person in the military retains residence in the state from
which he was inducted. Based on the evidence of decedent's residency between the date
of induction and the time of his death, there is sufficient evidence to support a finding
that he was a resident of Illinois at the time of his death. Claimants are awarded
compensation plus interest.
OPINION
Sprague, C.J.
This matter concerns the consolidation of two claims under the Line of Duty
Compensation Act, (820 ILCS 315/1 et seq.), ("Act"), involving the death of Sergeant Timothy
Douglas Sayne. Both claims were filed on November 15, 2011. The first Claimant is Thania
Michell Sayne who is the widow of Sgt. Sayne. The second Claimant is Mary K. Sayne who is
the mother of Sgt. Sayne. On December 20, 2011 the Attorney General's Office issued a
Consolidated Report and Recommendation finding that all elements for a compensable claim
under the Act had been met except for the requirement that Sgt. Sayne be a resident of the State
of Illinois at the time of his death as required by 820 ILCS 315/2(l). The Court issued a
306 Consolidated Opinion on January 9, 2012. The Consolidated Opinion held consistent with the
Attorney General's Office's Consolidated Report and Recommendation and found that all
elements under the Act had been satisfied except for the issue of residency. The Court ordered
that a hearing be conducted to ascertain the residency of Sgt. Sayne. On March 13, 2012
Commissioner Ysursa held a hearing on the matter. Assistant Attorney General Julie Morgan
was present for the State and Claimants appeared pro se.
I. Background
Mary Sayne, Sgt. Sayne's mother, testified as to Sgt. Sayne's residence prior to entering
military service. She stated that Sgt. Sayne lived in Effingham, Illinois with her. She stated that
Sgt. Sayne grew up in Illinois. She testified that Sgt. Sayne considered joining the military while
living in Effingham and met with a military recruiter but he never entered military service while
living in Effingham. She testified that Sgt. Sayne moved to Reno, Nevada due to work in 2007.
She stated that he was living and working in Reno, Nevada for approximately a year when he
enlisted in the military in February 2008.
Thania Sayne, Sgt. Sayne's widow, testified that she and Sgt. Sayne were married in
October 2009 in Reno, Nevada. She stated that she is originally from the Reno, Nevada area and
met Sgt. Sayne in 2007. She stated that after they were married they moved to Fort Wainwright,
Alaska where Sgt. Sayne was stationed. She testified that Sgt. Sayne was then sent to
Afghanistan where he lost his life. She testified that the intention of her and Sgt. Sayne was to
live in Effingham, Illinois after his service in the military ended.
Claimant presented a packet of information to prove Sgt. Sayne's residence in Illinois
which was marked as Group Exhibit A and admitted into evidence. Group Exhibit A contains
numerous documents of varying probative value with two documents being most relevant to
307 residency. First is a Deployment Cycle Checklist from 2008 wherein the address of Sgt. Sayne
was listed as Effingham, Illinois. Second is a letter dated November 19, 2010, wherein the
Secretary of State's Illinois Drivers Services responded to Sgt. Sayne's inquiry about maintaining
his driver's license with the State of Illinois. In addition to these documents, both Claimants
testified that Sgt. Sayne's vehicle always maintained Illinois license plates. Other relevant
evidence contained in Group Exhibit A was the fact that Sgt. Sayne applied for a Nevada
Identification but he did not seek a Nevada driver's license.
II. Analysis
In order to be eligible for benefits under the Act a claimant bears the burden of proof by a
preponderance of the evidence of each element required under the Act. In Re Application of
Pappalardo, 37 Ill.Ct.Cl. 331 (1985). In this case, the Attorney General's Office has determined
that all elements required under the Act have been met except for the element of the residency.
Pursuant to §315/2(l) of the Act, in order to be eligible for benefits under the Act, a claimant
must prove that the decedent was an Illinois resident at the time of his/her death. See in Re
Application of Shaw, Case No. 10-CC-2817 (2010).
This Court recently addressed the residency requirement under the Act in the case of In
Re Application of Shaw, Case No. 10-CC-2817(2010). In the Shaw case the decedent was born
in Mississippi; moved to Chicago when he was two years old to live with his grandmother; went
to college in Houston, Texas during which his grandmother died; and moved his belongings into
his uncle's home in Illinois. SFC Shaw never moved back to Illinois after college as he enlisted
in the military. Just as in this case, the decedent married and lived with his wife on military
bases. In Shaw, the decedent maintained an Illinois driver's license and maintained his voter
registration in Illinois. The Court noted that the Act does not define "residency". The Court
308 reasoned that "residence" and "domicile" are generally synonymous and analyzed other
jurisdictions' interpretations of the domicile of military personnel. The Court issued three
important determinations. First, an adult neither acquires new domicile nor abandons previous
domicile by entering the military. Second, a person in the military retains the residency of the
State from which he was inducted until he either abandons the previous residence or establishes a
new residence. Third, there is a rebuttal presumption that a person in the military retains
residence in the state from which he was inducted. See In Re Application of Shaw, Case No. 10CC-2817 (2010).
In this case, the residence of Sgt. Sayne at the time of his induction, much less the time of
his death, is subject to argument. In the five (5) years prior to his death, Sgt. Sayne lived in three
different states while at the same time serving two tours of duty in the Middle East. Prior to
2007 he lived in Effingham, Illinois. In 2007 he moved to Reno, Nevada due to his work. In
2008 he enlisted in the military and his first duty station was in Fort Wainwright, Alaska. Due to
the fact that Sgt. Sayne lived in Nevada at the time of his enlistment, one can argue that the Shaw
presumption is that he was a Nevada resident. However, the evidence and testimony presented
demonstrate that he never abandoned his Illinois residence when moving to Nevada nor did he
ever establish residency in Nevada. Specifically, Sgt. Sayne did not move out of Illinois because
he wanted to live elsewhere; rather his move was precipitated by the need to maintain his job.
Sgt. Sayne did not obtain a Nevada driver's license and did not register to vote in Nevada. Sgt.
Sayne ultimately left Nevada to join the military with no apparent intention of returning there to
live permanently. The only document presented into evidence as part Group Exhibit A that
evidences what Sgt. Sayne considered to be his residency at the time of enlistment is a
Deployment Cycle Checklist from 2008 which lists Sgt. Sayne's home address as being in
309 Effingham, Illinois. Based upon this evidence the Court determines that Sgt. Sayne's residency
at the time of induction into the military was Illinois.
While residency at the time of induction creates a presumption of residency, this
presumption is rebuttal so the Court must examine the evidence of Sgt. Sayne's residency and
domicile between the date of induction and the time of his death. As stated previously, the
domicile of Sgt. Sayne in the five years prior to his death included Ilinois, Nevada and Alaska.
During the time out of the State of Illinois Sgt. Sayne never purchased a home in a different
state, never registered to vote in any State, nor did he obtain a driver's license in another state.
He maintained his vehicle registration with the State of Illinois and most significantly in
November 2010, after living in Nevada, marrying, serving a tour in Iraq and being stationed in
Alaska, Sgt. Sayne inquired to the Illinois Secretary of State's Office about maintaining his
Illinois driver's license. Couple these facts with his widow's testimony that the two of them
planned to live in Effingham, Illinois after his service was complete and the presumption of
Illinois residency is maintained.
Taking into consideration all of the evidence and the presumption that a service member
does not lose his Illinois residency unless he/she clearly abandons his residency or establishes
residency elsewhere, we find Sgt. Sayne was an Illinois resident at the time of his death.
The Attorney General's Office's Consolidated Report and Recommendation indicates that
the amount of compensation for this claim is $320,165.72. However, the amount payable under
the Line of Duty Compensation Act adjusts on an annual basis and claims paid in 2013 are made
in the amount of $329,130.36.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED:
310 1. Claimant's application for benefits under the Line of Duty Compensation Act are
hereby GRANTED and an award of $296,217.32 (Two Hundred Ninety Six
Thousand Two Hundred Seventeen Dollars and Thirty-Two Cents) is made to
Thania Michell Sayne and an award of $32,913.04 (Thirty Two Thousand Nine
Hundred Thirteen Dollars and Four Cents) is made to Mary K. Sayne.
2. Pursuant to Public Act 096-0539, effective January 1, 2010, this claim is entitled
to payment of interest, the amount of which shall be determined by the date the
checks for this award are issued by the Illinois Comptroller's Office. The Court
will issue a subsequent Order regarding the appropriate interest amount.
311 (No. 11-CV-1693 – Claim awarded)
IN RE APPLICATION OF: CANDICE EARWIN.
Opinion filed February 14, 2012
CANDICE EARWIN, pro se
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (CARLOS MONTOYA and COREY-ANNE
GULKEWICZ), Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent.
Application for Benefits under the Crime Victims Compensation Act, First Degree
Murder- The Act permits compensation for funeral/burial expenses of the victim.
However, expenses for food and drink are not compensable, even if affiliated with the
funeral. Therefore, Claimant is awarded compensation for funeral/burial expenses,
including the amount she already paid, minus the amount for a funeral repast (a meal
following the funeral service). In Re Application of Marabia Clark is reaffirmed.
OPINION
Sprague, C.J.
This claim arises out of an incident that occurred on Friday, July 02, 2010. Candice
Earwin, mother of the deceased victim, Nevaeh Hunt, seeks compensation pursuant to the
provisions of the Crime Victims Compensation Act, hereafter referred to as the Act, 740 ILCS
45/1, et sea,. (2000).
The claimant was denied compensation by order of the Court on June 20, 2011. This
claim is now before the Court pursuant to a request by the claimant to reinvestigate the claim
based on the submission of new documentation by the claimant.
This Court has carefully reviewed its prior Order in this cause, the claimant's request for
re-investigation and an amended investigatory report by the Attorney General's Office. Based on
all of the above, the Court finds:
1. That on June 20, 2011, the Court of Claims entered an Order denying the claimant
compensation because of failure to submit all materials substantiating the claim as requested by
the Attorney General, as required by §8.1 of the Act.
312 2. That additional documentation to substantiate the claim was submitted to the Attorney
General's Office.
3. That the investigation conducted by the Attorney General's Office revealed that the
victim was an innocent victim of a violent crime. On Friday, July 02, 2010, the victim, Nevaeh
Hunt, age 3 months, was the victim of a violent crime as defined in §2(c) of the Act, to wit: First
Degree Murder 720 ILCS 5/9-1 (2000). The crime occurred in Park Forest, Illinois, and all of
the eligibility requirements of §6.1 of the Act have been met.
4. That the claimant seeks compensation for funeral/ burial expenses.
5. That pursuant to §2(h) of the Act, "pecuniary loss" means, in the case of death,
expenses for funeral, burial, and travel and transport for survivors of homicide victims to secure
bodies of deceased victims and to transport bodies for burial all of which may not exceed a
maximum of $5,000. Further, section 10.1(c) of the Act states that, any person, even though not
dependent upon the victim for his or her support, may be compensated for reasonable funeral
expenses of the victim to the extent to which he or she has paid or become obligated to pay such
expenses.
6. That funeral/burial expenses were incurred as a result of the victim's death in the
amount of $4,543.18. To date, the claimant has paid $75.00 towards this amount. An
outstanding balance incurred by the claimant is still owed in the amount of $4,468.18 to Leak
and Sons Funeral Chapels. Of this amount, $375.00 was for a funeral repast. A repast is the
meal following a funeral service and is also referred to as a funeral luncheon, reception, or
memorial meal.
7. That in In Re Application of Marabia Clark, 45 Ill.Ct.Cl. 566 (1993), the claimant
applied for funeral expenses incurred for her son. As part of the funeral, the claimant held a
313 catered reception for those attending the funeral. The claimant submitted the cost of the funeral
luncheon to the Crime Victims Compensation program for reimbursement. The Court of Claims
denied the request and held that "a catered reception with food and drink is beyond what is
regularly considered as funeral expenses under the Crime Victims Compensation Act." Id. at
567.
8. The Court herein has reconsidered its ruling In Re Application of Glen Davidson, No.
10cv4846, filed on September 22, 2011, and therefore In Re Application of Marabia Clark, 45
Ill.Ct.Cl. 566 (1993) is hereby reaffirmed. Accordingly, pursuant to Section 2(h) of the Crime
Victims Compensation Act, and current caselaw, expenses cannot be reimbursed for food and
drink even if affiliated with a funeral. Therefore, the repast expenses of $375.00 will not be
reimbursed to Leak and Sons Funeral Chapels.
9. That the claimant has received no reimbursements that can be counted as an
applicable deduction under §10.1(e) of the Act.
10. That after considering all sources of recovery as enumerated in the Act, the pecuniary
loss for funeral expenses is based on the following:
Compensable Amount
Leak and Sons Funeral Chapels (Less $375.00 Repast Expenses)
Compensable Funeral/Burial Expenses
$4,093.18
$75.00
Total
$4,168.18
11. That pursuant to §18(c) of the Act, the Court may order that all or a portion of an
award be paid solely and directly to the provider of services. In the instant case, the Court finds
this section applicable and orders that direct payment be made.
12. That the claimant has complied with all pertinent provisions of the Act and qualifies
for compensation thereunder.
314 IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that In Re Application of Marabia Clark, 45 Ill.Ct.Cl. 566
(1993) be and is hereby reaffirmed.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the sum of $75.00 (SEVENTY FIVE DOLLARS) be
and is hereby awarded to Candice Earwin, mother of Nevaeh Hunt, an innocent victim of a
violent crime.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the sum of $4,093.18 (FOUR THOUSAND NINETY
THREE DOLLARS AND EIGHTEEN-CENTS) be and is hereby awarded to Leak and Sons
Funeral Chapels for the funeral/burial expenses incurred by Candice Earwin.
315 (No. 09-CV-6108 – Claim awarded)
IN RE APPLICATION OF: JANE DOE.
Opinion filed February 28, 2012
DENNIS B. STEEVES, Counsel for Claimant
LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (CARLOS MONTOYA, Assistant Attorney General,
of counsel), for Respondent.
Application for Benefits under the Crime Victims Compensation Act, Criminal sexual
abuse- The Act permits benefits if the appropriate law enforcement officials were notified
within 7 days of the perpetration of the crime. However, a child should not be denied
benefits because of a parent's failure to notify the police of sexual abuse against the child.
Denial would do violence to the legislator's intent and the child, and have a chilling effect
on future such cases. Given the circumstances, the victim's notification was timely
because officials were notified immediately after the child confided in school counselors
of the sexual abuse.
ORDER
Birnbaum, J.
This cause is before the Court following a hearing before the assigned Commissioner.
This case involves the criminal sexual abuse of a young girl. Because of the sensitive nature of
this crime, the Court, sua sponte has redacted the actual names of the victim and her mother and
substituted them with Jane Roe and Jane Doe respectively.
This claim arises out of repeated acts of sexual abuse occurring over a period of several
years, against the minor child. The abuse was reported by the victim to her mother in October of
2007. But the crime was not reported to law enforcement until February 3, 2009. An
Application for Benefits under the Crime Victims Compensation Act was submitted by Claimant
on June 15, 2009. Claimant sought compensation pursuant to the provisions of the Illinois
Crime Victims Compensation Act, hereinafter referred to as "the Act", 740 ILCS 45/1, et seq.,
(2000). On February 1, 2010, this Court denied Claimant compensation under the Act. This
order was based upon the Court's finding that the appropriate law enforcement officials were not
316 notified within seven (7) days of the perpetration of the crime. The Court also found that
Claimant failed to establish that notification was timely under the circumstances, an exception to
the seven (7) day rule. On February 26, 2010, Claimant appealed this Court's denial of
compensation on the basis that Claimant was not aware of the crime being committed until the
minor child told a school counselor on February 3, 2009. Because of this, Claimant argues
notification was timely.
A hearing was held before Commissioner Timoney on August 19, 2010. Commissioner
Timoney filed his recommendation together with a transcript of the hearing and exhibits. This
Court has reviewed all of the documents including the testimony and evidence presented at the
hearing before the Commissioner. Following that review, THIS COURT FINDS:
1.
That commencing in 1999 and lasting for a period of several years, the minor
victim, described herein as Jane Roe was the victim of a violent crime, as defined in Section 2(c)
of the Act, to-wit: Criminal Sexual Abuse, 720 ILCS 5/12-15 (2000), by an offender, her stepfather.
2.
That in late October or early November, 2007, while living in the State of
Arizona, Claimant was advised by her minor daughter that her step father had been "touching
her" in a way the daughter thought to be abusive. The child told her mother that the abuse took
place over several years beginning when they were living in Illinois. Claimant confronted her
husband about the allegations. He denied any abuse. Claimant's mother came to Arizona from
her home in Florida to provide comfort and assistance to her daughter and granddaughter.
Within a matter of days, Claimant moved with her minor daughter to her mother's home in
Florida to get away from the offender. Claimant did not then, nor did she ever report the crime
to a law enforcement official. It was not until February, 2009, after Claimant and her minor
317 daughter moved back, to the State of Illinois, that the child confided the abuse to a counselor at
Champaign Central High School. This counselor promptly notified law enforcement officials of
the crime.
3.
That pursuant to Section 6.1(b-l) of the Act, a person is entitled to compensation
under the Act if the appropriate law enforcement officials were notified within seven days of the
perpetration of the crime allegedly causing the death or injury to the victim, or in the event such
notification was made more than seven days after the perpetration of the crime, the applicant
establishes that such notice was timely under the circumstances.
Here a little girl was subjected to unspeakable abuse by her step father for a period of
several years. When she tried to communicate this to her mother, the mother fled the home (and
the jurisdiction) with her daughter. But for misguided reasons the mother never notified the
police, child welfare services or health care professionals. In fact, as of the date of the hearing
the mother stated that she and her daughter have never discussed the abuse in any direct manner.
The mother, at least initially, chose to believe it possible that the abuse never occurred.
But the abuse did occur and the child suffered greatly.
In Nunez v. State, 02 CV 2627, we found, "A child should not be punished because the
parent or guardian failed to protect the child's rights by applying to the compensation program in
a timely manner". We find that the same principle in Nunez has (in these factual circumstances)
the application to the issue of timely notification.
When this child confided the abuse to her high school counselor the Champaign County
Police and DCFS were immediately notified. In their first interview with the child the police
and DCFS sought to gain her confidence. When they did they asked her what she wanted. She
said, "therapy". The mom testified that following her report to the police and the charging of the
318 offender, the child had engaged in self mutilation by cutting herself. This has required hospital
visits on at least two occasions.
The avowed goal of the Crime Victims Compensation Act is to provide services to
children such as these.
It would do violence to the framers of this legislation and more importantly to this child
to conclude that the child should be denied benefits because of her mother's failure to notify
police. In fact, it was the child in this case who demonstrated the courage to disclose this abuse
to a person in a position of authority who in turn made notification to the police.
While the mother failed to make timely notification, we find that the victim's notification
to the authorities was timely given the circumstances. This child, despite great emotional
trauma, showed the courage to cooperate in the investigation of this abuse including the
indictment and conviction of the offender. To deny compensation to this child would have a
chilling effect on victims in cases where the parent or guardian fails to report abuse. To do
otherwise would tell these children that the misguided actions or negligence of their parent is a
bar to recovery.
Accordingly, we reverse our order of February 2, 2010 and find that this child is entitled
to benefits under the Act.
IT IS ORDERED THAT this matter is referred back to the Office of the Attorney
General to determine the benefits to which this child is entitled.
319 LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS, CIVIL
DEFENSE WORKERS, CIVIL AIR PATROL
MEMBERS, PARAMEDICS, FIREMEN
AND STATE EMPLOYEES
COMPENSATION ACT
OPINIONS NOT PUBLISHED IN FULL
FY 2012
Where a claim for compensation filed pursuant to the Law Enforcement Officers, Civil Defense
Workers, Civil Air Patrol Members, Paramedics, Firemen and State Employees Compensation Act (820
ILCS 315/1 et seq.), within one year of the date of death of a person covered by said Act, is made and it
is determined by investigation of the Attorney General of Illinois as affirmed by the Court of Claims, or
by the Court of Claims following a hearing, that a person covered by the Act was killed in the line of
duty, compensation in the amount of $20,000 or $50,000 if such death occurred on or after July 1,
1983, shall be paid to the designated beneficiary of said person or, if none was designated or surviving,
then to such relative(s) as set forth in the Act.
08-CC-0412
08-CC-0897
11-CC-2250
11-CC-3332
11-CC-4004
11-CC-4036
MARTIN, DANIEL
PITTS, LAURA
FLISK, NORA
DARE, KATHERINE
NAUDEN, APRIL
HANNON, MICHELLE
$441,828.69
$.00
$323,367.38
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
320 MILITARY LINE OF DUTY AWARDS
FY2012
10-CC-2817
11-CC-1275
12-CC-0054
12-CC-0218
12-CC-0219
12-CC-0506
12-CC-0507
12-CC-0508
12-CC-0966
SHAW, ATTINA DIONNE
BASSETT-BUTLER, RENE, GUARDIAN OF COSTELLO, LI LLIAN A.
SMITH, KIM
RIEGEL-OLIVIERI, JOANNE
BECKMAN, SHARON
SMITH, LEE A.
TOBIN, KATIE
TOBIN, NICHILAS D., JR.
HEITMANN, MARY
12-CC-0967
HEITMANN, THOMAS F.
12-CC-1621
12-CC-1832
12-CC-2035
12-CC-2475
12-CC-2906
DANIELS, GREGORY A.
BASTEAN, KATHY R.
DOBEREINER, LEE ANN
BLAND, HEATHER M.
PATTERSON, ROBERT ALLEN
12-CC-2907
PATTERSON, MARY ANN
12-CC-2908
12-CC-3133
MCHONE, RONALD H.
LAVIN, MODWENE A
12-CC-3348 MARTINEZ, JULIANNA
$326,443.48
$323,367.38
$320,165.72
$160,082.86
$160,082.86
$160,082.88
$128,066.29
$32,016.57
PAID THROUGH
12CC0967
PAID THROUGH
12CC0966
$329,130.36
$329,130.36
$329,130.36
$329,130.36
PAID THROUGH
12CC2907
PAID THROUGH
12CC2906
$329,130.36
$329,130.36
$329,130.36
321 MISCELLANEOUS AWARDS
FY2012
00-CC-2014
01-CC-3525
03-CC-0187
03-CC-1156
03-CC-3860
04-CC-0247
04-CC-1814
05-CC-0255
06-CC-3245
07-CC-2254
08-CC-0186
08-CC-0766
08-CC-3116
09-CC-0354
09-CC-1663
09-CC-2368
09-CC-2838
09-CC-3238
09-CC-3239
10-CC-0147
10-CC-1204
10-CC-2364
10-CC-3023
10-CC-3323
10-CC-3541
11-CC-0141
11-CC-0623
11-CC-0760
11-CC-0958
11-CC-0994
11-CC-1006
11-CC-1018
11-CC-1078
11-CC-1080
11-CC-1300
11-CC-1512
11-CC-2005
11-CC-2198
11-CC-2215
11-CC-2289
11-CC-2448
11-CC-2554
11-CC-2566
11-CC-2722
11-CC-3023
11-CC-3032
11-CC-3064
11-CC-3313
11-CC-3440
11-CC-3547
11-CC-3616
11-CC-3617
11-CC-3710
11-CC-3804
11-CC-3811
11-CC-3818
11-CC-3838
11-CC-3845
11-CC-3891
11-CC-3914
11-CC-4035
11-CC-4101
12-CC-0001
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WEXLER & WEXLER, LLC.
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LEVY, ENRICO
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ACHIEVEMENT UNLIMITED, INC.
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BLAKE, MARSHA
FEI, LISA M.
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ELAINE BAILEY
PENCO PRODUCTS, INC.
DUCEY, SCOTT R.
NANCE, ELLEAN
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
JESSEN, THOMAS ALLEN
DIVERSIFIED COLLECTIONS
PROGRESSIVE FINANCIAL
CBE GROUP
AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE A/S/O DOLOREZ SHEPHERD
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
BOUVIER, MARY DEAN H.
DONELSON, CHARLES
PROGRESSIVE HALCYON INSURANCE CO. A/S/O LASHAWN
MORGAN-MALONE
MERCURY INSURANCE A/S/O NICK LIVELY
MICROPOWER COMPUTER SYSTEMS, LTD.
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RAY, HOYT F
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BELL, TIMOTHY
GREAT WEST CASUALTY COMPANY A/S/O ALL J TRANSPORT
BURTS, QUIMIKIA
RISTICH, RAYMOND
FONSECA, ARNULFO
GRAY, DOIAKAH
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MCCLURE, ANTHONY
FLEMINGS, MARVIN
MCCUE, RICHARD F.
MORRIS, CHRISTOPHER M.
SALINAS, CHARLES
GILYARD, MICHAEL
DIAZ, PEDRO
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INS. CO. A/S/O W.
DAVID TUCKER
HERNANDEZ, SHARON L.
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GUERRA, MARCELINO
ALATRISTE, GERONIMO, MINOR, BY HIS NEXT FRIEND
, HERNANDEZ, LLUVIA
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EHC INDUSTRIES, INC.
RIX, JOANNE H.
FASULLO, LOUIS
WILLIAMS, BEN H.
PIETRUSZKA, KEITH
DIAZ, VICENTE
GWILLIM, TERRY
RAMAT, JENNIFER
SMITH, LAWRENCE
GAREDA DIVERSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICES, INC.
NORTH LAWNDALE EMPLOYMENT NETWORK
GAREDA DIVERSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICES, INC.
ORMOND, JACOB R.
RUHL, RONALD
100 NORTH WESTERN AVENUE, LP.
NELSON, WILLIAM F.
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
KELLY, SERENA
OLIVER, JOHN
PLYMOUTH PLACE, INC.
BUSTER SANITATION SERVICE
BUSTER SANITATION SERVICE
EUROPEAN SERVICE AT HOME, INC.
VAZQUEZ, DAMIAN, JR.
ELCOCK, GERMAINE A.
WINGER, MARK A.
HUMAN SERVICE CENTER
JOHNSON, PATRICK M.
LAGRANGE, VILLAGE OF
GOLAR, KEVIN
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KAYE, RICHARD
BUTLER, REGINALD
INDIVIDUAL ADVOCACY GROUP
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, CHICAGO
H & E LEASING
CAPITOL CEMENT COMPANY, INC.
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS, INC.
PROGRESSIVE HALCYON INSURANCE CO. A/S/O CARRIE
POULSOM
NORTHWEST HOME CARE, INC.
SHOULDERS, JEREMY
LEVY, ENRICO
LEVY, ENRICO
JUSTUS, SUSAN B. & RONALD
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC.
JORDAN, JOSHUA J.
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
THOMAS, ROBERT
ACKFELD, THOMAS
HALPERN-SEGAL COMPANY
PROGRESSIVE HALCYON INSURANCE CO. A/S/O LEAH
BOGATITUS
WEINSTOCK, STEPHEN
ADVANTAGE NURSING SERVICES, INC.
MCCLINTOCK, DOUGLAS C.
SESHANDRI, MALATHI
SESHANDRI, MALATHI
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INS. CO. A/S/O
SCOTT M. LAPPING
EBERLY, JONATHAN
PETERSEN, BRIAN J.
EVERGREEN PLAZA ASSOCIATES IV, LP.
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WOLFE, MICHAEL
WEATHERSPOON, REGINALD
WARD, EUGENE
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VARSEK, LAWRENCE E., ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE
OF REGINA KUHAJDA,
DECEASED
KUZMIAK, JACQUELINE
DAVIS, NATENEYA
ON CALL MEDICAL SOLUTIONS
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES, PC.
CJE SENIORLIFE
EUROPEAN SERVICE AT HOME, INC.
CHICAGO AREA INTERPRETER REFERRAL SERVICES
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
RYAN, HANNELORE
D.R. DEKALB, LLC. & AUTUMN CREEK MANAGEMENT
SERVICES, INC.
DIBBLE, TERRY L., JR.
BAILEY, DENNIS
LUCIO, ABEL S.
OLIVER, HAROLD
LEAL, MIGUEL
MAYSLAK, PETER
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
SLAUGHTER, DAVID & ARMSTRONG, LORIA
HENRY, LEWIS
MONTGOMERY, MARTELL
DOLIS, JAMES
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
MANN, LORENE
KEY, KENNETH M.
SANFORD, JOHN L.
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
PORTWOOD, KENARD
OMAR, BASHIR
CUNNINGHAM, HOWARD R.
AT & T MOBILITY
MACRI, GENO
OCE IMAGISTICS
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
LONG ELEVATOR & MACHINE COMPANY, INC.
LONG ELEVATOR & MACHINE COMPANY, INC.
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
OCE IMAGISTICS
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
U.S. LEGAL SUPPORT
NEXUS D/B/A INDIAN OAKS ACADEMY
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
AMEREN CIPS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
BROWN, TAYLA
BOGUSLAW, NOWAK
SCHOOL SPECIALTY SCIENCE
TONIELLI, E.R., DR.
MEDICAL COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION
ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY COMPANY
CONSIDINE-BRECHON, DAWN L.
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INS. CO. A/S/O
JANIS SAYER
SHANNON, ROBINETTA
OLIVER, HAROLD
STEWART, JACQUELINE
IFE & S, INC.
SYKES, LAWRENCE
BEHRMANN COMPANY
BEHRMANN COMPANY
DONADO, SAUL
CORSTEN, JOHN
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, BOARD OF TRUSTEES
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
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XEROX CORPORATION
XEROX CORPORATION
XEROX CORPORATION
XEROX CORPORATION
XEROX CORPORATION
SHORE COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
HOLLOMAN, DOROTHY
GRAY, MARCOS
CARTER, NATHANIEL
HALPERN-SEGAL COMPANY
HALPERN-SEGAL COMPANY
HUGHES, SHAWN
100 NORTH WESTERN AVENUE, LP.
TRI-COUNTY OPPORTUNITIES COUNCIL
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ALLIED WASTE SERVICES
ALLIED WASTE SERVICES
ALLIED WASTE SERVICES
CORNELIUS, REGINALD
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WILDER, ROOSEVELT
WATFORD, MARLON L.
ADDUS HEALTHCARE, INC.
REDDY, DARAM H.
SCALES MOUND FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O LESLIE DREW
CARTER, MITCHELL
XEROX CORPORATION
LIETZ, JUSTINE
SHEHADEH, JAMAL
ROBERSON, WILLIE
XEROX CORPORATION
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INS. CO. A/S/O RENEE
RODEZ
GENTILE, ROSS K
ALZEIN MEDICAL, LTD.
VEOLIA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
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MARION EYE CENTER
JEFFERY, DONNA B.
KNOX COUNTY
KNOX COUNTY
KNOX COUNTY
KNOX COUNTY
KNOX COUNTY
ROBINSON-BEY, LEON
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
ALL PRO OFFICE TECHNOLOGY, INC.
ANOTHER CHANCE CENTERS
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, PUBLIC UTILITIES
GIL, ZENON & TZAKIS, DENNIS & CAWELLE, CHARLES
ET AL
GRS CONSTRUCTION, INC.
SUBURBAN EAR, NOSE & THROAT SPECIALISTS
WOLNIAKOWSKI, SHARI & BUBA, MIROSLAV
DANVILLE AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
HENNEPIN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
IMPERIAL WOODWORKING COMPANY, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
ILLINOIS MENTOR
HOUCK TRANSIT ADVERTISING
CARBONDALE DUI & COUNSELING
HERNANDEZ, JOSE L.
ILLINOIS GRAPHICS, INC.
HOMEWOOD-FLOSSMOOR PARK DISTRICT
CONN, BRUCE
ECHOLS, DERRICK JR
PINEDA. KATRINA
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
C/O STERLING BANK
TURNER, DANIEL
MERRITT, WANDA
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PACER
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
C/O STERLING BANK
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
C/O STERLING BANK
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
C/O STERLING BANK
LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.
JAZBUTIS, CORNELIUS
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
SENIOR SERVICES PLUS
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY DEPTARTMENT OF NEUROLOGY
RESOURCE ONE OF ILLINOIS, LTD.
RESOURCE ONE OF ILLINOIS, LTD.
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
JOLIET RADIOLOGICAL SERVICE
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
MATTHEWS, MICHAEL
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
NOONAN TRUE VALUE HARDWARE
WOODFORD COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
ST. MARY'S SQUARE LIVING CENTER
STEVENS HOUSE
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
WILEY OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
MAGG SOFTWARE
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
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ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
VEGA, ALANN
PING, MEGAN, MINOR BY HER NEXT FRIEND, SUSAN PING
HICKS, DUANE
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
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GARVEY, MICHAEL P.
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
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WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
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WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
CENTER FOR CONTEXTUAL CHANGE
SZCZESNIAK, DEBBIE
FELLS, ALONZO
DE LA HAZA, RICHARD
FRY, COLLETTE
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEGNER PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, LLC.
WICKER PARK LEARNING CENTER
MURRAY, THOMAS D.
MURRAY, THOMAS D.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
STEWARD, AUSTIN
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
URBANSKI, JOSEPH M.
HILSON, LAZERICK
ENTERPRISE RENT-A-CAR COMPANY MIDWEST, LLC.
JOERMS, ROBERT J.
STEWART, ALTON
HARRIS, OTHO LEE
EVANS & EVANS COUNSELING/CONSULTANT SERVICES
HASBROUCK, PETERSON, ZIMOCH, SIRIRATTUMRONG
WALSH, APRIL
WALLS, WILLIAM
KCCDD, INC.
LASER INNOVATIONS, INC.
LASER INNOVATIONS, INC.
LASER INNOVATIONS, INC.
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
MANSON, AMANDA
LASER INNOVATIONS, INC.
LASER INNOVATIONS, INC.
NORTHWEST HOME CARE, INC.
DIAZ, PEDRO
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
NORTHWEST HOWE CARE, INC.
NORTHWEST HOME CARE, INC.
WOFFORD, STANLEY
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
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JEFFERSON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES
PINNACLE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP D/B/A HILTON
SPRINGFIELD
PINNACLE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP D/B/A HILTON
SPRINGFIELD
AMBRIZ-LIRA, CRISTAL
COTTON, ROSE M.
WALLS, BRENT G.
AT & T MOBILITY
LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.
PINNACLE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP D/B/A HILTON
SPRINGFIELD
PINNACLE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP D/B/A HILTON
SPRINGFIELD
PINNACLE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP D/B/A HILTON
SPRINGFIELD
GRAINGER
GRAINGER
XEROX CORPORATION
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
SHAFFER-HUDSON, GLORIA
RIGHT ANGLE CONSTRUCTION, LLC.
UNIFORMS MANUFACTURING, INC.
VEOLIA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
BROWN, ANTHONY L., M.D.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
DOW, PATRICK K.
WALKER, DAVID J.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
PEORIA COUNTY HEALTH DEPT
BIZZLE, HOMER
HARTMAN, DOTTY M.
ROYAL CLEANING
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
AMERICAN INTERSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY
BALTIC, JENNIFER L.
DEPKE GASES & WELDING SUPPLIES
ST. CLAIR COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
HARRIS, MARVIN
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O RANDI MCSPADDEN
BEN-AMI, NATANIEL
TAYLOR, OSCAR
CASTILLO, ARNOLD
MOSS, WILLIAM HAYES, SR.
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
DUDLEY, LINDA
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
QUALITY INN & SUITES BRADLEY
JOHN DEERE COMPANY
ILLINOIS GROWTH ENTERPRISES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
ORAZCO, JOSE
RASHID, HAKIM W.
CHESNEY, DAN
GODWIN, LORI
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
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DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
OLIVER, HAROLD
CENTER FOR CONTEXTUAL CHANGE
CENTER FOR CONTEXTUAL CHANGE
CENTER FOR CONTEXTUAL CHANGE
CHILD STUDY CENTER
EXCLUSIVE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC.
HARTGROVE HOSPITAL
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
DALY COMPUTERS, INC.
STATE JOURNAL REGISTER
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
GALESBURG LABORATORIES, LTD. PTR
GALESBURG LABORATORIES, LTD. PTR
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
PILL HILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER
PILL HILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER
NEAR THE PIER DEVELOPMENT
PILL HILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER
PILL HILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER
PILL HILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER
PILL HILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER
PILL HILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER
PILL HILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER
PILL HILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER
PILL HILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER
PILL HILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER
PILL HILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER
PILL HILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER
LINCOLN LAND FS, INC.
MARTINS SIGN, LAWN & SNOW SERVICE
CRETE POLICE DEPARTMENT
HAMPTON INN CARBONDALE
JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC.
DEFENSE GROUP FOR JUSTICE, INC.
GOLD WATER INDUSTRIES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
MUSSON, MICHAEL E.
KESHIRO, AYINDE S.
KIEFFER BUILT CONSTRUCTION
SHAWNEE CORRECTIONAL CENTER INMATE TRUST FUND
VICTOR, GEORGE
SMITH, DAVID P., PH.D.
DEWITT, MARTIN R.
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LEIPERT, CATHERINE R.
RAGNI, ALICIA M.
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH TRIANGLE
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH TRIANGLE
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH TRIANGLE
NUNN, EDNA E.
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH TRIANGLE
PEER SERVICES, INC.
UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE, INC.
PAPROCKI, WAYNE
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH TRIANGLE
CRUTCHER, KRISTINA
DEJA, ROBERT
BELL, TIMOTHY
PROVENA ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
DEJA, ROBERT
AMEREN CIPS
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
SHORE COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
AMEREN IP
UNITED PARCEL SERVICES
UNITED PARCEL SERVICES
UNITED PARCEL SERVICES
INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
GRAVES, LEISA
LAPORTA, MARIA
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
LOPEZ, UBEX
FORD SQUARE OF MOUNT VERNON, LTD.
FORD SQUARE OF MOUNT VERNON, LTD.
FORD SQUARE OF MOUNT VERNON, LTD.
UNITED PARCEL SERVICES
UNITED PARCEL SERVICES
UNITED PARCEL SERVICES
VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION HOSPICE
UNITED PARCEL SERVICES
BAWDEN, DAVID GEORGE
UNITED PARCEL SERVICES
UNITED PARCEL SERVICES
HURTADO, MIREYA
HURTADO, MIREYA
UNITED PARCEL SERVICES
UNITED PARCEL SERVICES
UNITED PARCEL SERVICES
UNITED PARCEL SERVICES
UNITED PARCEL SERVICES
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
WILBANKS, STEVEN R.
STOCKMAN, ROGER L.
OFFICE DEPOT
WILLOWGLEN ACADEMY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
WEGNER PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, LLC.
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INS. CO. A/S/O DAVID
L. HOOD
BANKHEAD, DARREN
HOWARD, LAWRENCE
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
GORMAN GROUP, LTD.
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
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WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
DAVID, NATENEYA D.
WAUKESHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
PINKUS, BERNARD
ALFORD, ROBIN R.
THOMPSON, STANLEY J.
CHISSELL, KENYATTA
AMEREN IP
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
300 W. ADAMS MANAGEMENT, LLC.
300 WEST ADAMS MANAGEMENT, LLC.
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
DAUEN, LEE J.
HOWARD, JERRY L.
OBRZUT, RONALD
DAVIS, WILLIAM L.
DAVIDSON, SHABAKAR
HELP AT HOME, INC.
UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN'S HOME D/B/A COMMUNITY
CONNECTION COUNSELING
MBA ENTERPRISES-3, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
KNOX COLLEGE
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
CANADAY, JAMES R. & PHAM, THINH N.
JOHNSON, JAMES RUSSELL
RAY, JOHN, SR.
RODRIGUEZ, ANGEL
EAGLETON, RICHARD E., RECEIVER FOR THE SPRINGDALE
CEMETERY
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
R & W MEAT COMPANY, INC.
R & W MEAT COMPANY, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
R & W MEAT COMPANY, INC.
R & W MEAT COMPANY, INC.
RIDDLE, MELISSA
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH TRIANGLE
ZAVALA, HECTOR
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF INTERNAL
MEDICINE
HARVEY, SONCIRAE
MISHER, PEGGY
MIKEL, JAMES F., JR.
BARNES, MISTY
HELP AT HOME, INC.
BARRIOS, LORETTA
JONES, DEWAYNE A.
MCFARLANE, RICHARD
CAPITOL GROUP, INC.
CAPITOL GROUP, INC.
CAPITOL GROUP, INC.
TIORAN, EMMY F.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
MOUNT ST. JOSEPH
MOREN, AMANDA
MOREN, AMANDA
WOODS, JOHN FRANCIS
GET FRESH PRODUCE, INC.
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
MILLER, PAMELA
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12-CC-0130 SMICKER, CARL
12-CC-0141 OCE IMAGISTICS
12-CC-0188 HOEFKE, TONYA M. & MOORE, SHANE C.
12-CC-0192 KICKEL, PETER S.
12-CC-0197 EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
12-CC-0200 EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
12-CC-0220 DAVIS, ARIKA LATISHA
12-CC-0234 AUGUSTA, VINCENT
12-CC-0245 INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
12-CC-0251 WILLIAMS, IAN
12-CC-0263 DESCH, DEWEY F., SR.
12-CC-0286 COAD CHEVROLET, INC.
12-CC-0309 INTERIM HEALTHCARE
12-CC-0312 WHITE, DONNIE
12-CC-0314 1NTERIM HEALTHCARE
12-CC-0317 INTERIM HEALTHCARE
12-CC-0319 INTERIM HEALTHCARE
12-CC-0320 INTERIM HEALTHCARE
12-CC-0321 INTERIM HEALTHCARE
12-CC-0322 INTERIM HEALTHCARE
12-CC-0365 STEPHENSON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
12-CC-0367 ST. CLAIR ASSOCIATED VOCATIONAL
12-CC-0420 BUCK-WHEELER-HYLAND FUNERAL HOME
12-CC-0455 84TH & HARLEM VENTURE, LLC.
12-CC-0456 84TH & HARLEM VENTURE, LLC.
12-CC-0461 VAZQUEZ, ELIZABETH
12-CC-0469 INTERIM HEALTHCARE
12-CC-0470 INTERIM HEALTHCARE
12-CC-0471 INTERIM HEALTHCARE
12-CC-0472 INTERIM HEALTHCARE
12-CC-0473 INTERIM HEALTHCARE
12-CC-0474 INTERIM HEALTHCARE
12-CC-0482 IBANEZ, CILMAR
12-CC-0495 HOEFKE, TONYA M.
12-CC-0497 CAZARES, ALFONSO
12-CC-0512 VAZQUEZ, ELIZABETH
12-CC-0618 HOWARD COUNSELING SERVICES, INC.
12-CC-0691 WALKER, EILEEN M.
12-CC-0715 W.W. GRAINGER, INC.
12-CC-0995 BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
12-CC-1132 EBGOLKA, LAURA
12-CC-1171 EVEREST HOME HEALTHCARE, INC.
12-CC-1265 FIALA, SHEILA
12-CC-1267 THURMAN, CORDELL
12-CC-1578 HIGH RISE SECURITY SYSTEMS, LLC.
12-CC-1583 O'BRIEN, DAVID
12-CC-1660 NEAL TIRE & AUTO SERVICE
12-CC-1826 ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
12-CC-1856 MCDANIEL, BRIAN
12-CC-2123 NASH, KYLE
12-CC-2127 DREW, ROSLYN O. & KOGER, FREDERICK S.
12-CC-2207 DOBEREINER, CHRISTOPHER LORENZ
12-CC-2208 KNAPP, THOMAS
12-CC-2223 POWER, DANA
12-CC-2518 MIDWEST OFFICE SUPPLY, LLC.
12-CC-2652 SMITH, CLAYBORN L., JR.
12-CC-2681 ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
12-CC-2902 SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC.
12-CC-2938 ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
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FY 2012 When the appropriation from which a claim should have been paid has lapsed, the Court will enter an award for the amount due Claimant. 04-CC-0959
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CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICACO
FOUR RIVERS SPECIAL EDUCATION DISTRICT
SPRINGFIELD OFFICE PARTNERS
SPRINGFIELD OFFICE PARTNERS
SPRINGFIELD OFFICE PARTNERS
RAO UPPULURI, M.D. S.C.
RAO UPPULURI, M.D. S.C.
SALAU, SIANT
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ROWE, WILLIAM R.
HAYNES, JOE
JANASTON MANAGEMENT & DEV. CORPORATION
ILLINOIS CONFERENCE OF SEVEN D/B/A CREST HILL
CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
MT. HOPE CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
ZECK, BRENDA
IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS
BELLEVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
BUNKER HILL POLICE DEPARTMENT
GAREDA DIVERSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICES, INC.
JACHNA, KATHLEEN
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
MT. HOPE CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
09-CC-1907
09-CC-2003
09-CC-2015
09-CC-2032
09-CC-2033
09-CC-2066
09-CC-2067
09-CC-2083
09-CC-2340
WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
R.J. DALE ADVERTISING & PUBLIC RELATIONS
R.J. DALE ADVERTISING & PUBLIC RELATIONS
BEST WESTERN RIVER NORTH
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
09-CC-2341
09-CC-2342
09-CC-2343
10-CC-0017
10-CC-0022
10-CC-0028
10-CC-0083
10-CC-0119
10-CC-0334
10-CC-0353
SYSCO FOOD SERVICE CHICAGO, INC.
R.J. DALE ADVERTISING & PUBLIC RELATIONS
R.J. DALE ADVERTISING & PUBLIC RELATIONS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, CHICAGO
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINBERG
LTD.
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
ATMOS ENERGY CORPORATION
FREEBORN & PETERS, LLP
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10-CC-0536
10-CC-0636
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10-CC-1096
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10-CC-1221
10-CC-1380
10-CC-1425
10-CC-1436
10-CC-1529
10-CC-1546
YOUTH SERVICE BUREAU OF ILLINOIS VALLEY
HARRAH'S METROPOLIS CASINO & HOTEL
EMS DATA SYSTEMS, INC.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY TREASURER
BARRICADE LITES, INC.
AMEREN IP
GOLD WATER INDUSTRIES, INC.
TASC, INC.
GIFFIN, WINNING, COHEN & BODEWES, PC.
TESTING, ANALYSIS & CONTROL, INC.
THOMPSON ELECTRONICS COMPANY
XEROX CORPORATION
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
EUROPEAN SERVICE AT HOME, INC.
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
PARKER, BARBARA A.
ALLENDALE ASSOCIATION
INNOVATIVE OUTPATIENT MEDICAL SYSTEMS
338 $400.00
$49,510.80
$68,876.63
$2,931.27
$9,104.96
$925.00
$150.00
$633.75
$22,075.34
$533.80
$1,043.79
$310.00
$706.70
$5,842.00
$463.50
$437.59
$963.69
$607.67
$14,307.46
$201.86
$11,958.93
$4,523.50
PAID THROUGH
08CC2229
$2,446.99
$832.00
$195.52
$1,575.00
$11,700.00
$13,376.99
$406.41
$934.80
PAID THROUGH
$.00
$1,209.85
$16,651.12
$41,991.76
$18,885.68
$2,217.15
$103,666.70
$8,339.77
$354,784.40
PAID THROUGH
11CC2522
$3,413.61
$66.60
$145,500.00
$16,039.50
$3,850.00
$15.38
$375.32
$275.53
$463.42
$160.00
$613.18
$16,816.00
$1,798.93
$58,139.40
$411,645.26
$118.20
$1,582.26
$100.00
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11-CC-0373
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11-CC-0426
11-CC-0433
11-CC-0455
IBM CORPORATION
HEALTHCARE PLUS CORPORATION
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, CHICAGO
VISTA MEDICAL CENTER EAST
PC CONNECTION, INC.
PAVILLION FOUNDATION
ICG, LLC. D/B/A PNC BANK
A-TEC AMBULANCE
MASON TILLMAN ASSOCIATES, LTD.
ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH D/B/A STILL POINT THE
ATRE COLLECTIVE
RANDLE, NICHOLAS J.
MERCER, SHAWN R.
ADDUS HEALTHCARE, INC.
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
DRAKE, JAMES L., JR.
FLETCHER, DAVID J., M.D.
PUBLIC CONSULTING GROUP, INC.
MATSON, DEANN O/B/O DISABILITY CONSULTANTS, LLC
MCDANIEL FIRE SYSTEMS, LLC.
FLETCHER, DAVID J., M.D.
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
SIU GENERAL COUNSEL MC4307
PRECISION AUTOMOTIVE
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
CHECKER CAB OF GRANITE CITY, LTD.
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
US COURTS-PACER SERVICE CENTER
ST. ANTHONY'S MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
JOHN HOWARD ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
NEMANI, SAJJAN K., M.D.
ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION FOR CAREER & TECHNICAL
EDUCATION
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
ADDUS HEALTHCARE, INC.
ALLIED WASTE SERVICES
PUBLIC CONSULTING GROUP, INC.
ADDUS HEALTHCARE, INC.
BLUFF EQUIPMENT, INC.
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
NICOR GAS
OCE IMAGISTICS
ADVANTAGE NURSING SERVICES, INC.
AMEREN CIPS
MORRISON AUTO SUPPLY
DANVILLE HEALTHCARE, LLC.
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
EUROPEAN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
NEBRASKA BOOK COMPANY D/B/A THE ALAMO II
COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICE
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, BOARD OF TRUSTEES
CACCAMO, CHRISTINA M.
VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION FOX VALLEY
DRURY INN MARION
XEROX CORPORATION
XEROX CORPORATION
XEROX CORPORATION
XEROX CORPORATION
XEROX CORPORATION
XEROX CORPORATION
CULLIGAN DEALER CORPORATION
GAREDA DIVERSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICES, INC.
ADDUS HEALTHCARE, INC.
CENTRAL IL SERVICE ACCESS, INC.
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, PUBLIC UTILITIES
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF
ATMOS ENERGY CORPORATION
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, PUBLIC UTILITIES
PATTI BLAIR COURT REPORTERS
339 $825.75
$233,846.12
$313.95
$15,657.98
$148.55
$7,500.00
$3,173.82
$15,843.14
$2,497.30
$2,550.00
$220.08
$108.00
$164,615.53
$1,079.23
$1,595.00
$150.07
$25,893.00
$129,025.00
$87.62
$2,715.00
$120.00
$891.35
$19,759.60
$33,965.09
$263.02
$84.22
$63.55
$63.69
$30.13
$1,848.34
$445.00
$1,469.02
$22.82
$501.00
$704.12
$907.04
$85.00
$1,371.96
$80.00
$1,360.00
$238.59
$468,395.52
$5,094.15
$188,457.65
$192,571.10
$210.77
$1,290.34
$793.73
$20,650.00
$1,367.19
$2,430.57
$3,249.90
$275.76
$13,195.99
$237.81
$605.00
$1,274.00
$10,841.52
$799.48
$952.00
$11,830.04
$401.86
$4,050.00
$133.20
$470.00
$8,653.22
$16,244.03
$6,903.07
$4,131.42
$16,181.53
$116.79
$210.48
$523.00
$183.90
$99.84
$1,401.20
$69,463.94
$921.68
$320.40
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PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
233 BROADCAST, LLC.
ILLINOIS MENTOR
ILLINOIS MENTOR
RIVERSIDE HEALTH SYSTEMS
ILLINOIS MENTOR
RUSHVILLE, CITY OF
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
QUALITY SUITES ROCKFORD
MACHABANSKI, HECTOR
PATTON, RICKY D.
KELLEY, DRYE & WAREN, LLP.
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
SHEAR, MICHAEL S.
RK DIXON COMPANY
MID ILLINOIS MECHANICAL SERVICES, INC.
HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
UNIFORMS MANUFACTURING, INC.
HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, INC.
EMS ENTERPRISES, INC. D/B/A BLENN BRUNK STATIONERS
BEAR DISTRIBUTING, INC.
LITTLE FLOWER CATHOLIC SCHOOL
HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
SARCO HYDRAULICS, INC.
TODD'S TIRE AND AUTO REPAIR, INC. II
SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
HISRA COUNTY OF PEORIA
UNIFORMS MANUFACTURING, INC.
HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
SPOON RIVER COLLEGE
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
C/O LEASE GROUP RESOURCES
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
C/O LEASE GROUP RESOURCES
VISTA MEDICAL CENTER EAST
ZECK, BRENDA
IBM CORPORATION
IBM CORPORATION
IBM CORPORATION
PETERS, FELICIA P.
LEBLANC, BRENDA F.
MONKEN DODGE
MONKEN DODGE
MONKEN DODGE
MONKEN DODGE
SWENSON SPREADER, LLC.
KISMET FAMILY SERVICES, INC.
PUBLIC CONSULTING GROUP, INC.
PUBLIC CONSULTING GROUP, INC.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS HOSPITAL SERVICES
TABET, DIVITO & ROTHSTEIN, LLC.
TABET, DIVITO & ROTHSTEIN, LLC.
TABET, DIVITO & ROTHSTEIN, LLC.
KARA COMPANY, INC.
JUSTIN BLAIR & COMPANY
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
NORMAL PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT
ALTON DAY CARE & LEARNING CENTER
PETERSBURG PLUMBING & HEATING COMPANY
MILLER, CAROL A.
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
SOUTHEASTERN ILLINOIS COLLEGE
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
GOVERNORS STATE UNIVERSITY
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
AMERIPATH CINCINNATI, INC.
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
PDC LABORATORIES, INC.
PDC LABORATORIES, INC.
STORRS, CARRIE
EGYPTIAN HEALTH DEPARTMENT
BALTZELL, LOREDITH, PETTY CASH CUSTODIAN, DHS
JACKSON COUNTY FCRC
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TRUPIN, ERIC W.
HINSHAW & CULBERTSON, LLP.
TRANSLATION SMART
MULTICULTURAL COMMUNITY CENTER
LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.
SMITH, ANGELA
GOOD SHEPHERD MANOR
CCGS HOLDINGS, LLC. D/B/A CROWN CASTLE
MID AMERICA RADIOLOGY
BELLE COURT PLACE ORGANIZATION
PIATT COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
AUTO TRUCK GROUP
JC PENNEY COMMERCIAL CREDIT
TURNER, KELLY R.
REEVES, ALAN
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ALTERNATIVE BEHAVIOR TREATMENT CENTER
AREA AGENCY ON AGING FOR LINCOLNLAND
WELLS CENTER
WILLIAMS, DEMAREIO L.
WILLIAMS, DEMAREIO L.
ADAMS, CHIQUITA
MENARD, INC.
NEXUS D/B/A INDIAN OAKS ACADEMY
BURLINGTON COAT FACTORY
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
PASSAGES ALTERNATIVE LIVING PROGRAM
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
SMITH, JEFFERY D.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
GEORGE E. RYDMAN & ASSOCIATES, LTD.
MEINEN, LYNNE S.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS MEDICAL SERVICES
RELY SERVICES, INC.
SANDS, LISA D.
PEARSON, ADRIAN
ROY'S PAVING & SEALCOATING COMPANY
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS MEDICAL SERVICES
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
ANTHON, MICHAEL
PERKINS, RALPHA
DURPETTI, DAVID A.
ENN LEASING COMPANY D/B/A INTERSTATE MANAGEMENT
COMPANY
INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
SPRINGFIELD OVERHEAD DOORS, INC., BY HART
RESCH, TRACY W.
DEBORAH, PALMER T.
AVIA PARTNERS, INC.
DAVIS, RANDY
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
INSIDE HIGHER EDUCATION
PRAIRIE CARDIOVASCULAR CONSULTANTS
TOOMEY REPORTING
NICOR GAS
RURAL ELECTRIC CONVENIENCE COOPERATIVE COMPANY
MID AMERICA ENERGY COMPANY
COMFORT SUITES EFFINGHAM
PALMER, LATRICE L.
MARION EYE CENTER
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
TEAM INTEL, LLC.
LINCOLN LAND FS, INC.
GCS SERVICES, INC.
REA CLINIC
341 $384.00
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KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
SESSER AUTO BODY, INC.
HODGE, ALISHA L.
CARLINVILLE ASSOCIATES, LLC. C/O CENTRAL REALTY LLC
MASTERS, BRIAN J.
SEWARD, JENNIFER
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
TEPPER ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY
SHELTON, DENETTA
UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN'S HOME D/B/A COMMUNITY
CONNECTION COUNSELING
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS RESPIRATORY
PREMIER DERMATOLOGY
FAMILY SERVICE & CHILDREN'S AID
INTERNATIONAL CONSULTING GROUP
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
CHILDREN OF AMERICA
NEAL TIRE & AUTO SERVICE D/B/A TERRY WINN TIRE
GA PRECISION
DAILY HERALD
CHILDREN OF AMERICA
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
MALLORY, SONYA M.
PETERSON, CHAD
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
RIDDLE, MELISSA
ADVANCED INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES, INC.
WYLIE-JOHNSON, MELODY
VINA, PETER F.
VINA, PETER F.
WATKINS, JEROME
BERGSTROM, ANNE
ANDERSON, BRIAN
SPRINGFIELD ARC, INC.
FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES
STAFF CARE, INC.
STIPPS, INC. D/B/A ABACUS DIAGNOSTICS
GREEN, SHEILA D.
BAINE, SONYA
ALVAREZ, DENISE L.
PULLUM, PERRY C.
NORTHRUP, MARSHA V.
VISTA MEDICAL CENTER EAST
VISTA MEDICAL CENTER EAST
LENOX, CYNTHIA
BARRETT, BILLIE J.
UNIFORMS MANUFACTURING, INC.
UNIFORMS MANUFACTURING, INC.
APEX PHYSICAL THERAPY
WOLF BRANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SHERMAN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
TOTAL SAFETY, INC.
WEST TOWN CENTER, LLC. C/O FORESIDE REALTY MANAGEMENT
SIMPSON, TINA M.
SPRINGFIELD ARC, INC.
MARTIN-HOPE, BARBARA
CUNNINGHAM, MARK D., PH.D. ABPP
IBM CORPORATION
MEYER, JODY
JOHNSON, GAIL B.
TAYLOR, KIMBERLY C.
NAVICO, INC. D/B/A NAVY BRAND MANUFACTURING CO
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
MASSEY, SIBYL
CROOM, HALDEN
KAMRAN, MUHAMMAD, M.D.
CHACKO, JOSE
WINHOLD, JAMES C.
INJURY SPECIALISTS
SNEED-MORTON, ANDREY
EVIDENT, INC.
PRAIRIE CARDIOVASCULAR CONSULTANTS
PHELPS, LADONNA
PRAIRIE CARDIOVASCULAR CONSULTANTS
LOGAN, MARGOT & LOGAN, CIARA
BROWN, TIWANDA M.
SYMPHONY DIAGNOSTIC SERVICE, INC.
AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF
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TOTH, STEPHEN A.
SMITH, SANDRA J.
ADVANCED ELECTRIC COMPANY
BOERSMA, BEVERLY T.
CHICAGO LIGHTHOUSE FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE BLIND OR
VISUALLY IMPAIRED
BUEHNERKMPER, RYAN J.
LAKE COUNTY STATE'S ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
NICKENS, DORTHA J.
AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL
HILTON GARDEN INN
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
GERMANTOWN, VILLAGE OF
WILLIAM, CLAIRE ANN
R.V. CLARK D/B/A TAYLOR TRANSFER
APPLIED BIOSYSTEMS
R.V. EVANS COMPANY
HEARTLAND HEAD START
CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD, UDIS PROGRAM
SHREE JEE HOSPITALITY D/B/A COMFORT SUITES
MARTIN EQUIPMENT OF ILLINOIS, INC.
GRANT-BROWN, ARLENE
AASHTO
PROSTHETIC & ORTHOTIC CARE, INC.
MEYER, JENNIFER
LAB SAFETY SUPPLY
INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
ANDREWIN, BERNETTA
MILLER, HEPHZIBAH
ADVANTAGE NURSING SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
MIDCOAST AVIATION
STENGEL, CHARLES
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
RIVERA, CHRISTOPHER J., M.D.
GOSHA, DENA
ROBERT GILL & COMPANY, INC.
ALL PETS ANIMAL HOSPITAL
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
ONE HOPE UNITED
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
O'HARE TOWING
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF STATE HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION
OFFICALS
DURRENBERGER, BILL
PROVIDENCE SERVICE CORPORATION D/B/A CAMELOT
CARE CENTERS
IMAGING SPECTRUM
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ATTORNEY GENERAL
K & K HARDWARE & SERVICES
ADVANCED SLEEP & NEURODIAGNOSTIC SERVICES
WILLIAMSON, FELICIA
ADVANCED SLEEP & NEURODIAGNOSTIC SERVICES
WADELL, INC. D/B/A PURITAN SPRINGS WATER
RHOADES, LYNN
EXPRESS DIAGNOSTICS INTERNATIONAL
SIMS, BARBARA D.
BOB'S SEPTIC, LLC.
MACON RESOURCES, INC.
SIMS, BARBARA D.
DESK & DOOR NAMEPLATE COMPANY, INC.
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
HOWARD, RUSSELL DALE
HOWARD, NORA MELODY
MARY'S HOUSE DAYCARE
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
LITTLE CITY FOUNDATION
MORRIS, ANNETTE
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC.
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC.
LOCUMTENENS.COM, LLC.
SMITH, TANYA
UHLICH CHILDREN'S ADVANTAGE NETWORK
PHYSICIAN SURGERY CENTER
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CROSSROADS FORD TRUCK SALES, INC.
BRYAN, JOYCE E.
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BOWSKY, LESLIE
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
BAKER, HELEN A.
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WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
H & E LEASING
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
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BREWBAKER, LORRIE A.
ATLAS COPCO COMPANY
UDELL, JACQUALINE
MEDLINE INDUSTRIES, INC.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
WOODSIDE, JOYCE
EMERGENCY MEDICAL PHYSICIANS OF KANKAKEE
LINCOLN CORRECTIONAL CENTER LOCALLY HELD FUND
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COUNTY COURT REPORTERS, INC.
PRAIRIE CARDIOVASCULAR CONSULTANTS
BROWN, RICHARD A.
ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK
ALLIED TUBE & CONDUIT
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SOUTH CENTRAL IL MASS TRANSIT DISTRICT
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
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INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
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INTERGYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
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BROWN, BRIAN R.
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POSTLEWAIT, JANE M.
POSTLEWAIT, JANE M.
HEMP, SUSAN J.
VISTA MEDICAL CENTER EAST
EGYPTIAN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE
J & R APPLIANCES & MECHANICAL
TARAGIN & BROS, LLC.
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CHURCH, CYNTHIA A.
CLARKE POWER SERVICES
SHELBY, LADINE
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LANSAW, CHRISTINE
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WASHINGTON, ROGER
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SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
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MCHENRY COUNTY COLLEGE
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SPRINGFIELD
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SPRINGFIELD
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PINNACLE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP D/B/A HILTON
SPRINGFIELD
SOUTHERN ORTHOPEDIC & ASSOCIATES, SC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
QUALITY INN & SUITES BRADLEY
PARK PLACE CENTER
BLICK ART MATERIALS
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
LEVI, RAY & SHOUP, INC.
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINBERG
LTD.
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LTD.
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LTD.
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LTD.
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LTD.
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SEGUIN SERVICES, INC.
MARTIN, DEBORAH
GETTINGER, INC.
LOUIS BROCKMAN COMPANY
BALLARD, HARVELLA
A.M. LEONARD, INC.
CHARLESTON TRANSITIONAL FACILITY
CHARLESTON TRANSITIONAL FACILITY
LEWIS, WALTER K.
VIOLENCE PREVENTION CENTER
PROVIDENCE SERVICE CORPORATION D/B/A CAMELOT CARE
CENTERS
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
NIX, DARLENE K.
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LAW & JUSTICE COMMISSION
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ADVOCATE MEDICAL GROUP
ADVOCATE MEDICAL GROUP
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
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UHLICH CHILDREN'S ADVANTAGE NETWORK
COLEMAN, H. YVONNE
CHRISTIAN COUNTY, CORONER OF
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NAVICO, INC. D/B/A NAVY BRAND MANUFACTURING CO
LASER ELECTRIC, INC.
INTERNATIONAL FILTER MANUFACTURING
ST. MARTIN DE PORRES
SZERLETICH, WILLIAM K.
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HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
PLANO, CITY OF
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ELM CITY REHABILITATION CENTER, INC.
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MALTBIA, LISA
PLATTNER ORTHOPEDIC COMPANY
ROGY'S GINGERBREAD HOUSE, INC.
CHESTER CLINIC
LASER ELECTRIC, INC.
AHITOW, RODNEY J.
W.W. GRAINGER, INC.
DEAF COMMUNICATION BY INNOVATION
DOLAN, JENNIFER
ST. CLAIR COUNTY
ST. CLAIR COUNTY
GENANDT, GREGORY A.
HERNANDEZ, EDGAR
MENTAL HEALTH CENTER OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY
SHEAR, DENA
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INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
ST. MARGARET'S HEALTH
CLARK, BEVERLY
SCBAS, INC.
ADVANTAGE AMBULANCE, INC.
HEARTLAND OFFICE SUPPLY
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CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
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INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
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ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
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ALTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
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FISHER SCIENTIFIC
PEORIA COUNTY HEALTH DEPT
JAMES, SHEREA
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
ROGERS, PHILIPPE
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NEWMAN, CHERI
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF ROCKFORD
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF ROCKFORD
EMP OF KANKAKEE COUNTY, LLC.
EMP OF KANKAKEE COUNTY, LLC.
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PACE SUBURBAN BUS
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NOBEL EDUCATION DYNAMICS
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APPRISS, INC.
KARR, STEVEN P.
HAMPTON INN ROCKFORD
LANE, JULIE
PROJECT OZ
SMITH, STEVEN L.
WILCOXEN, KRISTA L.
JOLIET LODGING ASSOCIATES D/B/A HAMPTON INN JOLIET
HERNANDEZ, EDGAR
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SLIGAR, GENE K.
STEPPING STONES, INC.
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
GILSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
GILSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
JIMENEZ, RUBEN
FERRELLGAS
LAKE GENEVA FRESH AIR ASSOCIATION INC. D/B/A
HOLIDAY HOME CAMP
LAKE GENEVA FRESH AIR ASSOCIATION INC. D/B/A
HOLIDAY HOME CAMP
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
DRURY INN & SUITES SPRINGFIELD
DRURY INN & SUITES SPRINGFIELD
DEPKE GASES & WELDING SUPPLIES
CHRISTIE CLINIC
HUMAN SERVICE CENTER
HAYES, ROBERT
ILLINOIS SCHOOL FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED
MID AMERICA RADIOLOGY
LETTERLY, KIM
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
MARTIN BROTHERS IMPLEMENT COMPANY
OPERATION SNOWBALL, INC.
ILLINOIS ALCOHOLISM & DRUG DEPENDENCE ASSOCIATI
NESTLE USA, INC.
BUREAU COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
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MES ILLINOIS
ADCO ADVERTISING AGENCY
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS HEMATOLOGY-ONCOLOGY
EFFINGHAM BUILDERS SUPPLY
WILLIAMS, ANTHONY
OUR LADY OF MT. CARMEL
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RIGG, SHELBY S.
CARLINVILLE PUBLIC WORKS
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ARCHAMBO, SUSAN L.
BLACK, DORIS I.
ALDERTON, LYNN E.
WARRINGTRON, MARGARET
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PALMER, MARY E.
DAGGS, DOROTHY C.
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HARTLEY, BECKY L.
LEVI, RAY & SHOUP, INC.
HENDERSON, MARVA E.
KINDHART, FELICIA M.
JOHN DEERE COMPANY
ALVIN EADES CENTER, INC.
LPS EXPRESS, INC.
JOHN DEERE COMPANY
JOHN DEERE COMPANY
JOHN DEERE COMPANY
JOHN DEERE COMPANY
JOHN DEERE COMPANY
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ZIMMERMAN, LORI
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
WEISS, SUSAN J.
ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
WHITE, SIMONE
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
ACHIEVEMENT UNLIMITED, INC.
CONRAD COMPANY
CRAFTMASTER HARDWARE
GREGORY, PATRICIA A.
JESSEN, MALEA
NEAL, CHERYL P.
VERITEXT CHICAGO REPORTING COMPANY
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
SHANKS, CATHERINE A.
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
WOLF, TANYA
AREA DISPOSAL SERVICE, INC.
MAXIMA SUPPLY, LLC.
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
NORTHSHORE SENIOR CENTER
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
PRINCETON REAL ESTATE HOLDINGS, LLC.
GOEHL, KATHY R.
WARD, JACQUELINE
BLIEFNICK, DAWN M.
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, PUBLIC UTILITIES
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, PUBLIC UTILITIES
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, PUBLIC UTILITIES
ENGLUND, JOSPHINE
GARR, WILMA C.
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
VOSS TRANSCRIPTION, INC.
LAMONT, REBECCA A.
JOHANSEN, STEVEN, PH.D.
GULF SOUTH MEDICAL SUPPLY
LOVE, ANN MARIE
HANCOCK COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
IMAGETEC LP
BROWN, ETHELYN
SMOKY JENNINGS CHEVROLET, INC.
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
WAYNE WHITE COUNTIES ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE
THORNTON, ADDIE
GLASS SPECIALTY COMPANY, INC.
GLASS SPECIALTY COMPANY, INC.
GLASS SPECIALTY COMPANY, INC.
VERMILION COUNTY HEALTH DEPTARTMENT
MID CENTRAL MEDICAL, INC. D/B/A AMERICAN MEDICAL
SUPPLY & SERVICE CO.
ANDERSON OVERHEAD DOOR
MCHUGH, KATHRYN A.
SMOKY JENNINGS CHEVROLET, INC.
SOUTHSTAR SERVICES
FANNING, ROBERT L.
ORTHOPEDIC CENTER OF ILLINOIS
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
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LEBLANC, BRENDA F.
JERSEYVILLE MOTOR COMPANY, INC.
BOLANOS-AYALA, CELMIRA
RILEY-BURKE PROFETIZA P.
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
FANNING, ROBERT L.
FANNING, ROBERT L.
COLLABORATIVE HEALTHCARE URGENCY GROUP
GILBERT, THEODORE H.
SLUCARE
PEAK TECHNOLOGIES
LEMING, KATHY A.
CORAZON COMMUNITY SERVICES
KIRCHNER, GLORIA J.
BRAHLER TIRE MART, INC.
METROPOLITAN ORTHOPEDICS, LTD.
PERRY COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
HOU OVNIK, GRACE B.
KORELLIS SYSTEMS CONTROL, INC.
UNION COUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE
UNION COUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE
EDWARDS, MONICA P.
WHITMORE HERNANDEZ, JEANNIE
EVANS, CAROL
WOODARD, AYLEENE
N.J.N. DEVELOPMENT, LLC.
IMAGING PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
IPROC SPRINGFIELD, LLC. D/B/A CROWNE PLAZA
JCF REAL ESTATE
WICHMANN-KLAWITTER REPORTING, LTD.
WICHMANN-KLAWITTER REPORTING, LTD.
FASTENAL COMPANY
STATE JOURNAL REGISTER
ROBBINS, CHARLES E. & MANSION VIEW, LLC.
HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
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CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
RESURRECTION HEALTH CARE D/B/A ST MARY OF NAZARETH
CABANESS AND ZIMBRO, INC. D/B/A BLACK DIAMOND
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
PLOTT, SHEILA K.
MID-CONTINENT UNIVERSITY
H.J. EPPEL & COMPANY, INC.
REYNOLDS, PAULA O/B/O JACK MABLEY DEVELOPMENT
CENTER
ENNIS PAINT, INC.
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES, INC.
TOOMEY REPORTING
TOOMEY REPORTING
TOOMEY REPORTING
DUCEY, IRIS L.
ROBERT YOUNG CENTER
CARLSON, SUMMER D/B/A ASL SOURCE
BERUMEN, BRISA
ROBERT YOUNG CENTER
LINCOLN LAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE
ROBERT YOUNG CENTER
BARR, CANDACE
RENACER LATINO, INC.
GAREDA DIVERSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICES, INC.
CABANESS AND ZIMBRO, INC. D/B/A BLACK DIAMOND
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
HAMILTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
AVON, VILLAGE OF
LESSIE BATES DAVIS NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE
SI ADVERTISING, INC.
CARRIER CORPORATION
ACCURATE MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS, INC.
AMERICAN COURIER SERVICE, INC.
GATEWAY FOUNDATION
PIKE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
BRH BUILDERS
BIERIG, STEVEN M.
COMMUNITY COUNSELING CENTERS OF CHICAGO
CAMBELL, CASSANDRA
MILLER, ANNA S.
CENTRAL IL KIDNEY & DIALYSIS
ROY WALKER COMMUNICATIONS, INC.
HOLLIDAY, ROSE M.
QUICK, ALLISON
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WATERSTRADT, MANDELINE M.
SANDERS, MAHLON
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
WISS, GAIL M.
EQUIPMENT DEPOT OF ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, COMPTROLLER BOARD OF
TRUSTEES
SEMOPTICS, LTD.
CAPITOL STRATEGIES CONSULTING, INC.
ZHOU, WENDY
MILLER, DONALD A.
JOHNSON, GRANT R.
AIRGAS MIDAMERICA
COOK COUNTY RECORDER OF DEEDS
BALDWIN, CARRIE M.
GIL HEBARD GUNS, INC.
GIL HEBARD GUNS, INC.
BRATSCH, JOYCE A.
WEBB JEFFREY O/B/O LITTLE EGYPT COUNSELING
OLNEY DAILY MAIL
YOUTH CAMPUS
YOUTH SERVICES NETWORK
AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES
FORD-LINCOLN-MERCURY, INC.
SEQUOIA CONSULTING GROUP
ST. MARY OF NAZARETH HOSPITAL D/B/A HOLY FAMILY
MEDICAL CENTER
ST. MARY OF NAZARETH HOSPITAL D/B/A HOLY FAMILY
MEDICAL CENTER
ST. MARY OF NAZARETH HOSPITAL D/B/A HOLY FAMILY
MEDICAL CENTER
OUR LADY OF RESURRECTION MEDICAL CENTER
ST. MARY OF NAZARETH HOSPITAL D/B/A HOLY FAMILY
MEDICAL CENTER
DAY, MARY
CANDLEWOOD SUITES
WILLIAMS, CLARA SUZANNE
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
HUELSMANN, RUSSELL D.
JEFFREY ALANS
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, CHICAGO
PLAZAS, CARLOS A., PH.D.
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
OHIO RIVER YOUTH SERVICE NETWORK, INC.
351 $900.00
$299.50
$881.76
$2,829.75
$506.40
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$529.61
$242.90
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$1,634.00
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$2,000.00
$14,092.00
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HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY
SEGUIN SERVICES, INC.
PROGRESSIVE ELECTRIC, INC.
CONNOR COMPANY
CENTRAL IL CYCLE COMPANY, INC. D/B/A SPORTLAND
MOTORSPORTS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
NAKITTO, SCHOLASTICA M.
NAKITTO, SCHOLASTICA M.
NAKITTO, SCHOLASTICA M.
NAKITTO, SCHOLASTICA M.
DURBIN, KRIS A.
SANGUAN SAPTHAVEE, M.D. S.C.
MILLAN, MICHAEL M.
COLLINS, JUDITH
CHICAGO CHILD CARE SOCIETY
HOLYCROSS LUTHERAN CHILD CARE CENTER
SAF-T-GARD
MENARD, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
CUMMINGS, RONALD L.
SPARTA FORD-MERCURY, INC.
SPARTA FORD-MERCURY, INC.
BROWN, ANTHONY L., M.D.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS PSYCHIATRY, LLC.
THEOBALD, JENNIFER
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
PEORIA, CITY OF
TAB PRODUCTS COMPANY, LLC. D/B/A AMES
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
POSTLEWAIT, JANE M.
MCLAUGHLIN, KATHLEEN
GRAY, LORI A.
COOK COUNTY ADULT PROBATION DEPARTMENT
AMERICAN MEDICAL SUPPLY & SERVICE COMPANY
PARKLAND COLLEGE
MCDONOUGH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
MCDONOUGH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
WEBB, ALBERTA
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
MATTES, JACOB
MORRIS, SUSAN
DAVIS, MARCUS
HINCKLEY SPRINGS
HINCKLEY SPRINGS
SAFE HARBOR FAMILY CRISIS CENTER
HERITAGE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
HERITAGE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
HERITAGE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
KORNOSKI-DUVALL, CHARLENE R.
VEIHL, SUSAN
HENRY NELCH & SON COMPANY
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
MIDWEST MOVING & STORAGE, INC.
LEVITAN & ASSOCIATES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
352 $13,955.23
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$.00
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SKIP-A-LONG CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
ACH DIRECT
ACH DIRECT
ACH DIRECT
UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE, INC.
UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE, INC.
METROPOLITAN WATER RECLAMATION DISTRICT OF GREATER
CHICAGO
METROPOLITAN WATER RECLAMATION DISTRICT OF GREATER
CHICAGO
BOBBY E. WRIGHT COMPREHENSIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
CENTER, INC.
UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE, INC.
PERKINS, DEBORAH
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
MCINTOSH, MELISSA
RTD MOTORSPORTS
AVANCER, LLC.
GLEESON, ANDREW
AUTOMATIC DOORS, INC.
CARL SANDBURG COLLEGE
DUPAGE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
NATIONAL ECONOMIC RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, INC.
JACKSON, AMY
PROVENA ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
BIERIG, STEVEN M.
TALBOTT HOTEL
PASSAVANT MEMORIAL AREA HOSPITAL
WINTERS, JAY A.
BROWN, ANTHONY L., M.D.
MATTHEW BENDER & COMPANY, INC.
UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE, INC.
GOLD WATER INDUSTRIES, INC.
MARION FORD, INC.
MARION FORD, INC.
MARION FORD, INC.
PALMER-THOMAS, DEBORAH
EDWARD DON & COMPANY
PROVENA ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
CHC MOTEL PARTNERS, INC. D/B/A RAMADA SPRINGFIELD
NORTH
LEGGS, SHARON R.
HUBER COMMERCIAL, INC.
PALMER, LATRICE L.
PROVENA ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
SMALLWOOD, ROSALIE M.
DEJA, ROBERT
UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE, INC.
PROVENA ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE, INC.
UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE, INC.
UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ONE HOPE UNITED
NORTHWEST SPECIAL RECREATION ASSOCIATION
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
THRIVE COUNSELING CENTER
SHORE COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
BRIDGEWAY, INC.
SHORE COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN COUNSELING CENTER
MIDWEST EYE CENTER, SC.
AMEREN IP
SHEARCH DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
353 $541.20
$343.49
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$238.24
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$.00
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$403.08
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$3,776.64
$510.55
$32.30
$938.88
$494.90
$437.78
$1,370.28
$77.28
$.00
$3,597.64
$347.60
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$2,040.39
$2,289.61
$721.35
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$1,277.92
$2,215.12
$28.75
$3.43
$3,342.84
$191.26
$28.51
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$4,281.20
$2,232.00
$1,072.23
$336.16
$1,277.96
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$102.00
$40.00
$3,607.11
$46,887.73
$17,724.76
$158,877.97
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HELP AT HOME, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
COOTS MATERIALS COMPANY
UNITED ANALYTICAL SERVICES, INC.
XPEDX
PARAGON DEVELOPMENT SYSTEMS, INC.
MALCOLM EATON ENTERPRISES
MCDONOUGH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
MCELROY, NARJA
DUNN, DAWN
PEORIA, CITY OF
PEORIA, CITY OF
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
MARTINEZ, JESSICA
WABASH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
LEEDA SERVICES OF ILLINOIS, INC.
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CARLE CLINIC ASSOCIATION
MANSFIELD ELECTRIC COMPANY
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
ECOLAB PEST ELIMINATION
DAVIS, MARY K., PETTY CASH CUSTODIAN, SCHUYLER
COUNTY FCRC
JAZZY SERVICES, INC.
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
ELM CITY REHABILITATION CENTER, INC.
FORD SQUARE OF MOUNT VERNON, LTD.
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
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BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
REUSCHEL, THERESA A.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
MALCOLM EATON ENTERPRISES
CONFERENCE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
ALL PRO OFFICE TECHNOLOGY, INC.
W.W. GRAINGER, INC.
COUNTON LEARNING CENTERS, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
ECNERET FAMILY SERVICES
MARYVILLE ACADEMY
MARYVILLE ACADEMY
MARYVILLE ACADEMY
BETHANY FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES
SAVAGE, SHARON
METRO MEDICAL SERVICES, INC.
AGE OPTIONS
CONRTERAS, ROSA A.
MCGUIRE'S II, LLC.
354 $9,550.00
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ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
OLDHAM GROUP
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS OF WESTERN ILLINOIS
JACKSONVILLE JOURNAL COURIER
BELSON COMPANY
ADDUS HEALTHCARE, INC.
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
COMMUNITY COUNSELING CENTER
HUMAN SUPPORT SERVICES
DOYLE PLUMBING & HEATING COMPANY
DOYLE PLUMBING & HEATING COMPANY
COMMUNITY SERVICE OPTIONS FOR ROCK ISLAND & MERCER
COUNTIES
MCHENRY COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
PBS LEARNING INSTITUTE, INC.
NORTH CENTRAL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEMS, INC.
CHESTNUT HEALTH SYSTEMS
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
YANNIAS, KATHLEEN C.
PROVENA ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL
COMMUNITY ELEMENTS, INC.
SENTINEL INSECT CONTROL, INC.
SPECIALTY FLOORS, INC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
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OFFICE DEPOT
TIERRA ENVIRONMENTAL
LORETTO HOSPITAL
RESURRECTION BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
SEARCH DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
HCN HOMES, INC.
HUMAN SERVICE CENTER
HUMAN SERVICE CENTER
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC.
JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC.
ANDERSON, RASOR & PARTNERS, LLP.
INGRAM ELECTRICAL SERVICES, INC.
ALLENDALE ASSOCIATION
INGRAM ELECTRICAL SERVICES, INC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
FOX RIVER FOODS, INC.
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
MCLEAN COUNTY CENTER
MCKESSON HEALTH SOLUTIONS
MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS OF CENTRAL ILLINOIS
BUSTER SANITATION SERVICE
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
ROMERO, RAYMUNDO
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11CC3266
$112.00
PAID THROUGH
11CC3266
$4,988.17
$1,055.84
$502.50
$16,079.03
$3,030.00
$2,321.83
$1,133.67
$1,277.96
$812.54
$64.89
$305.73
$354,282.11
$178.62
$1,175.20
$507.97
$85.73
$435.60
$322.74
$6,255.06
$1,541.96
$1,138.29
$51.12
$1,039.61
$2,103.38
$21,444.45
$160.00
$1,795.64
$877.38
$176.72
$79.99
$180.00
$160.56
$581.27
$372.47
$124.62
$54.68
$802.13
$231.12
$57.08
$676.61
$800.00
$416.45
$325.00
$4,231.15
$288.00
$13,932.07
$29,256.70
$618.00
$184.37
$1,079.33
$420.76
$497.63
$599.42
$1,129.92
$1,442.75
$1,162.90
$2,257.96
$163.35
$4,808.61
$176.58
$107.70
$146.16
$78.18
$104.89
$326.60
$1,171.83
$1,318.58
$1,304,005.27
$987.08
$254.22
$347.23
$315.14
$318.00
$1,776.13
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NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
CREASEY PRINTING SERVICES
CREASEY PRINTING SERVICES
CHARLESTON TRANSITIONAL FACILITY
BALLARD COMPANIES, INC.
BETHEL NEW LIFE, INC.
DAVE'S LOCKSMITH SERVICE
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHICAGO NORTH SHORE LODGING ASSOCIATES
MEDFORD OIL COMPANY
RHODES TOWER ACQUISITION, LLC.
RAY ALDERMAN & SONS, INC.
NUMBERS AUTOMATION
DENNIS A. WYSONG ON-LINE SECURITY SYSTEMS, LLC
.
ASSOCIATED COURT REPORTERS
MORAN GRAPHICS, INC. D/B/A ALPHA GRAPHICS
HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
AT & T TELECONFERENCE SERVICES
FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT OF DUPAGE COUNTY
GLENKIRK D/B/A OPPORTUNITY SECURE DATA DESTRUCTION
ALSCO
CONSULTANT'S CONSORTIUM, LTD.
MIDWEST EYE CENTER, SC.
INTOXIMETERS, INC.
INTOXIMETERS, INC.
BRIMMER MECHANICAL
EVIDENT, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
COUSERT, GREGORY D.
MARY DAVID DETENTION HOME
ANCEL, GLINK, DIAMOND, BUSH, DICIANNI & KRAFTHEFER PC
PATTERSON COMMERCIAL FLOORING, INC.
ONE HOPE UNITED
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
ILLINOIS VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
HUPP INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
NORTHSIDE COMMUNITY BANK
NORTHSIDE COMMUNITY BANK
ASSOCIATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED OF
WOODFORD COUNTY
HERITAGE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
SALAZAR, LOUISA
INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
BOBBIE MCCOY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
MAXIMUS, INC.
MAXIMUS, INC.
MAXIMUS, INC.
EQUIPMENT DEPOT OF ILLINOIS
NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, BOARD OF TRUSTEE
S
BIOTECH X-RAY, INC.
KATHRYN BYRNE
SPORTSFIELDS, INC.
UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE, INC.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
BUSS LANDSCAPE COMPANY, INC.
SCHNELL, DANIEL J.
THOMPSON ELECTRONICS COMPANY
THOMPSON ELECTRONICS COMPANY
SPRINGFIELD METRO SANITARY DISTRICT
FIRST HEALTH LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY
HENKE MANUFACTURING CORPORATION
COOK COUNTY BUREAU OF HEALTH SERVICES
TIPTON, CANDICE A.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO
356 $288.60
$386.89
$94.76
$500.57
$237.02
$6,550.37
$1,059.00
$33,333.30
$108.41
$1,149.75
$60.76
$667.26
$139.00
$1,404.13
$1,872.95
$409.26
$5,911.50
$268.37
$2,045.00
$1,413.70
$290.24
$960.00
$75.32
$2,695.00
$14,920.00
$649.63
$400.05
$32,472.67
$180.31
$15,536.94
$2,375.00
$13,650.00
$6,759.84
$7,291.38
$5,805.69
$566.09
$920.00
$624.55
$19,040.00
$10,173.50
$1,591.93
$220.00
$611.50
$5,081.25
$694.00
$694.00
$382.05
$365.16
$1,299.98
$.00
$8.71
$579.23
$829.50
$464.67
$120.01
$6,205.00
$36,074.00
$1,218.00
$173.83
$4,800.00
$228.99
$.00
$547.97
$580.77
$306.13
$586.05
$69.65
$1,392.81
$254.10
$65.80
$389.32
$360.15
$5,641.20
$4,455.67
$2,600.00
$1,489.98
$162.44
$181.18
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ALPHA BAKING COMPANY, INC.
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINBERG
LTD.
COMPASS GROUP D/B/A CANTEEN CORRECTION SERVICES
CHICAGO CHILDREN'S CENTER FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
A.K.A. STREAMWOOD BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
MPH INDUSTRIES, INC.
MID AMERICA AUDIOLOGY GROUP
ILLINOIS SCHOOL FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED
LAW BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
LAW BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY
CABAY & COMPANY, INC.
ELISABETH LUDEMAN CENTER RESOURCE UNIT
ILLINOIS DEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES D/B/A HOWE CENTER
OLDHAM GROUP
DEERPATH INVESTMENTS
SEROLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
COOK COUNTY SHERIFF
MCKINNEY, PAMELA K.
CUMBERLAND ASSOCIATES, INC.
BIODEX MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INC.
FOLEY-TICHENOR, JILL
MARYVILLE ACADEMY
MARYVILLE ACADEMY
FOLEY-TICHENOR, JILL
BONNELL INDUSTRIES, INC.
JUVENILE COURT CENTER
RBS, INC.
VALUE OPTIONS
SLUCARE
GRUMISH CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
GRUMISH CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
GRUMISH CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
GRUMISH CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
ECKER CENTER
PRECISION SERVICE & PARTS, INC.
PRECISION SERVICE & PARTS, INC.
DOUGHERTY, BRIAN
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE DIRECTORS OF
DEVELOPMENT
PEDERSEN GMC TRUCK
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
JACKSON OPHTHALMOLOGIC AS
GILSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
GILSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
GILSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
BRINK, KIMBERLY R.
EYE SURGEONS ASSOCIATES
WELLCARE PRESCRIPTION INSURANCE, INC.
300 W. ADAMS MANAGEMENT, LLC.
DOWNEY, DOUG
ALEXANDER, TRACY
FOX, KATHRYN L.
KRIESEL, LINDA
BUTLER, ALECIA
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
JC TECHNOLOGY D/B/A ACE COMPUTERS
JC TECHNOLOGY D/B/A ACE COMPUTERS
JC TECHNOLOGY D/B/A ACE COMPUTERS
JC TECHNOLOGY D/B/A ACE COMPUTERS
JC TECHNOLOGY D/B/A ACE COMPUTERS
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
PHYSICIANS RECORD COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
BALICH, CHRIST T.
BALICH, CHRIST T.
SUPREME ELECTRIC COMPANY
DRURY INN & SUITES O'FALLON
MCCLEAN, MAURICE D.
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
LONG ELEVATOR & MACHINE COMPANY, INC.
BRIDGEWAY, INC.
JEWISH CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES
EASTER SEALS DVFR VILLA PARK
357 $147.80
$244.12
$588.37
$24,794.50
$109,200.00
$2,436.36
$1,495.00
$148.01
$1,249.95
$534.05
$240.73
$1,202.15
$41.98
$121.59
$549.61
$783.72
$188.18
$309.18
$2,764.00
$4,764.32
$294.28
$418.10
$561.00
$750.00
$900.00
$.00
$11,005.00
$57.00
$2,784.73
$318,565.00
$853.00
$484.72
$78.18
$37.14
$46.08
$893.21
$2,754.67
$1,678.17
$2,581.96
$7,393.10
$374.67
$6,634.35
$60,626.07
$28,329.50
$442.00
$89.46
$525.84
$93.29
$350.00
$20.00
$5,249.09
$6,088.08
$874.62
$350.00
$350.00
$510.00
$.00
$386.62
$425.74
$760.81
$824.95
$159.65
$55.85
$6,220.67
$2,232.00
$4,453.24
$1,355.62
$694.85
$77.00
$50.00
$684.00
$313.60
$403.00
$4.95
$5,694.00
$64.80
$14,033.74
$498.00
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ANODYNE CORPORATION
PRODUCTION PRESS, INC.
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
POMP'S TIRE SERVICE, INC.
ELM CITY REHABILITATION CENTER, INC.
ELMES, JAMES P., M.D.
JONES, JEANINE L.
WILLIS, CHRIS
ADVOCATE MEDICAL GROUP
CALIP-ONE WEIGHING & INVENTORY SPECIALISTS, INC
TABET, DIVITO & ROTHSTEIN, LLC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
ADVOCATE MEDICAL GROUP
SOUTH ENTERPRISES, LLC. D/B/A BAYMONT INN & SUITES
IHC SWEDISHAMERICAN EMERGENCY
LAKE COUNTY NEUROLOGICAL ASSOC., LTD. D/B/A
LIBERTYVILLE NEUROSURGERY
LAKE COUNTY NEUROSURGERY, LLC.
MARTIN BROTHERS IMPLEMENT COMPANY
ROZCO LANDSCAPING COMPANY
COUNTRY MAID, INC.
CLAY COUNTY REHABILITATION CENTER
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
CENTRAL REPORTERS ASSOCIATION, LTD.
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL
KNOWLEDGE LEARNING CORPORATION
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
KINDERCARE LEARNING CENTERS
ANDEX COMPANY D/B/A ANDERSON PEST CONTROL
DECATUR AMBULANCE SERVICE, INC.
ATTORNEY GENERAL, OFFICE OF
PREMIER COMPUTER SERVICES, INC.
PREMIER COMPUTER SERVICES, INC.
PREMIER COMPUTER SERVICES, INC.
PREMIER COMPUTER SERVICES, INC.
PREMIER COMPUTER SERVICES, INC.
PREMIER COMPUTER SERVICES, INC.
PREMIER COMPUTER SERVICES, INC.
PREMIER COMPUTER SERVICES, INC.
ELM CITY REHABILITATION CENTER, INC.
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
JENKINS, KAYLUN
GET FRESH PRODUCE, INC.
INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
MASTER BREW BEVERAGES, INC.
INFINITY HEALTHCARE PHYSICIANS
BEST WESTERN REID'S INN, INC.
CREASEY PRINTING SERVICES
FHN CENTRAL BILLING OFFICE
358 $73.08
$1,450.00
$450.00
$877.00
$20.28
$575.00
$128.00
$.00
$198.59
$477.59
$28,993.48
$162.72
$235.20
$144.00
$302.89
$1,008.00
$7,667.59
$1,347.32
$2,825.00
$83.28
$78.40
$588.00
$1,947.74
$263.15
$188.50
$5,950.00
$6,390.02
$672.57
$17,161.16
$13,566.44
$195.00
$104.88
$87.40
$344.02
$54.24
$399.50
$598.32
$5,600.00
$1,195.80
$609.00
$209.34
$179.60
$67.28
$74.90
$227.70
$416.95
$737.00
$259.00
$464.75
$888.00
$7,065.87
$3,814.27
$212.00
$450.00
$800.00
$13,435.36
$5.54
$782.00
$36.80
$3,092.50
$2,675.00
$6,700.00
$4,332.50
$1,416.04
$22,382.00
$262.03
$7,785.00
$185.74
$50.40
$209.31
$98.40
$8.68
$254.26
$200.00
$1,750.00
$27.25
$1,077.00
$2.77
$2,044.79
$475.00
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SEARCH DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
RHODES TOWER ACQUISITION, LLC.
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
ELM CITY REHABILITATION CENTER, INC.
AUTOMATIC DOORS, INC.
DRURY INN MARION
I TECH AUTOMATION, INC.
ELMWOOD SUPPLY
ANDERSON LOCK COMPANY, LTD.
HYSON, SHARON
FARLEY, FRANK
ASSOCIATES ENGRAVING COMPANY, INC.
CHICAGO AREA INTERPRETER REFERRAL SERVICES
CIVIGENICS, INC.
TRI-ELECTRONICS, INC.
WORKSHOP
KMART 4031
SPECIALIZED TRAINING FOR ADULT REHABILITATION,
INC.
INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
SPECIALIZED TRAINING FOR ADULT REHABILITATION,
INC.
PER A. BACKSTROM & ASSOCIATES
JONES, BERTHA
ONE HOPE UNITED
WELCH, DOROTHY
MENARD, INC.
FOLLETT HIGHER EDUCATION GROUP
WATSON, HAROLD
MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER
CLEGHORN, ELIZABETH
EXPERT CHEMICAL & SUPPLY COMPANY
PINNACLE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP D/B/A SPRINGFIELD
HILTON
ROZCO LANDSCAPING COMPANY
PASSAVANT MEMORIAL AREA HOSPITAL
R & W MEAT COMPANY, INC.
R & W MEAT COMPANY, INC.
SUPERVALUE, INC. D/B/A NEW ALBERTSON'S, INC.
SUPERVALUE, INC. D/B/A NEW ALBERTSON'S, INC.
ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS
SHERWIN WILLIAMS COMPANY
SWIMMING POOL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, INC.
MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER
CTG, INC. OF ILLINOIS D/B/A NOVANIS
KONICA MINOLTA BUSNIESS SOLUTIONS
COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY
MARY & TOM LEO ASSOCIATES, INC.
MARY & TOM LEO ASSOCIATES, INC.
VANDALIA ELECTRIC MOTOR, INC.
ENTEC SERVICES, INC.
FLORIDA MICRO, INC.
MUNASSAR, JAMIE L.
TALLGRASS SYSTEMS, LTD.
TALLGRASS SYSTEMS, LTD.
PROGRESSIVE INDUSTRIES, INC.
RADULOVIC, PETER
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
HOWE CONSULTING
MORAN, DEBRA C.
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK
NEW HOPE CENTER, INC.
SHAWNEE CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
CORNER BAKERY CAFE
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
WICKLANDER-ZULAWSKI & ASSOCIATES, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
TEAS, SHAKU S., M.D.
CORNER BAKERY CAFE
ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK
ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK
ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK
ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK
TRAINING CONCEPTS, INC.
GRAHAM FEED COMPANY
COMMUNITY HEALTH ACCREDITATION PROGRAM
ABBOTT LABORATORIES, INC.
PATTEN INDUSTRIES, INC.
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EMERSON JANE
VEOLIA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
MATRIX SYSTEMS GROUP
MATRIX SYSTEMS GROUP
ALVIN EADES CENTER, INC.
BIRD ENGINES
GOLD CHICAGO REALTY, LLC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALPHA BAKING COMPANY, INC.
TREISTER ORTHOPAEDIC SERVICES, LTD.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, CHICAGO
ILLINOIS ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES
ATD AMERICAN COMPANY
FRAHER FORD, INC.
32 W. RANDOLPH BUILDING
32 W. RANDOLPH BUILDING
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS HEALTHCARE D/B/A MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES CENTER
MERCER COMPANY FAMILY CRISIS CENTER
MOTOROLA, INC.
MOTOROLA, INC.
GUGLIUZZA, MICHELE
LONESTAR CARDINAL MOTORCYCLE
MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY COMPANY
EXPERT CHEMICAL & SUPPLY COMPANY
UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE, INC.
UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE, INC.
COMMERCIAL TIRE SERVICE
JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC.
LEROY-HOLOWINSK, LINDA
FIRST NATIONAL BANK & TRUST COMPANY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK & TRUST COMPANY
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
MILLER, MARIA
JOHNSON, SARAH
REGIONAL TRUCK EQUIPMENT, INC.
WEIMHOLT, JOSEF R.
KANKAKEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
IHC SWEDISHAMERICAN EMERGENCY
CSI FORENSIC SUPPLY
PROVIDENCE SERVICE CORPORATION D/B/A CAMELOT
CARE CENTERS
EXCLUSIVE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC.
CYNTHIA CHOW & ASSOCIATES, LLC.
STARK, PHILLIP B., PH.D.
CCAR INDUSTRIES
MASTERSON, JAMES
GENTIVA HEALTH SERVICES
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
NEMANI, SAJJAN K., M.D.
KELLAMS, DAVID W.
DUNDAS, LORETTA
MUSSMAN'S BACK ACRES, INC.
GENTIVA HEALTH SERVICES
WEE FOLKS, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTERS
FATKA, JOHN
HANSON, KATHERINE J.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
RESCOR CORP.
GRAHAM, HARRY
ADVANTAGE REPORTING SERVICE
M3 MEDICAL MANAGEMENT
MACON-PIATT COMPREHENSIVE YOUTH SERVICE BUREAU
WILEY OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY
MUSSMAN'S BACK ACRES, INC.
MUSSMAN'S BACK ACRES, INC.
FRIEDRICH AIR CONDITIONING COMPANY
POINT GROUP, LLC.
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AMERICAN BUILDING SERVICES, LLC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
MOTOROLA, INC.
MOTOROLA, INC.
BLOOMINGTON PARKS, RECREATION & CULTURAL ARTS
DEPARTMENT
LIMEHOUSE, SABRINA
CAPITOL GROUP, INC.
PVI INDUSTRIES, LLC.
LET ALL THE SUN IN
BECKMAN, MARGARET
INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
SPECIALIZED TRAINING SERVICES
VINYARD, BARBARA
UCAN
CUNNINGHAM, MARK D., PH.D. ABPP
MILLS, LYDIA S.
PERSONAL CARE INSURANCE OF ILLINOIS
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
HASLER C/O ARMSCO, INC.
HORNE, JANICE
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
BOWSKY, LESLIE
AUGUSTA, VINCENT
NOVACK & MACEY, LLP.
STEELE, DONNA
PROFESSIONAL DYNAMIC NETWORK
BRAHLER TIRE MART, INC.
ACH DIRECT
ACH DIRECT
ACH DIRECT
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE DIOCESE OF PEORIA
ANDREASEN, CYNTHIA J.
TRANSLATION SMART
WICHMANN-KLAWITTER REPORTING, LTD.
HARRISON, BENNIE JOE
DEJESUS, WILFREDO
MCCRAY, LEONARDO
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
NORTHERN TRUST COMPANY OF CONNECTICUT
WICHMANN-KLAWITTER REPORTING, LTD.
HARRISON, BENNIE JOE
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
CAMPBELL, LAVETTA
LEGAL ASSISTANCE FOUNDATION OF METRO CHICAGO
LAWRENCE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
STUART DEAN COMPANY, INC.
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
PASCOAL, DENISE A.
PRISM MEDICAL USA, INC.
NASMHPD RESEARCH INSTITUTE
BROWN, ANTHONY L., M.D.
BROWN, ANTHONY L., M.D.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, EDWARDSVILLE
FOLLETT HIGHER EDUCATION GROUP
RODRIGUEZ, LORI
RODRIGUEZ, LORI
RODRIQUEZ, LORI
ANDEX COMPANY D/B/A ANDERSON PEST CONTROL
OCE IMAGISTICS
OCE IMAGISTICS
361 $93.60
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$.00
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STEVENS, BRENDA G.
WALKER, ROSALYNN
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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, CHICAGO
STEVENS, BRENDA G.
ST. ROSE CENTER
THIRSTON, JOHN
CHARLES E. ROBBINS REALTOR
CHARLES E. ROBBINS REALTOR
MIDWEST OFFICE SUPPLY, LLC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
PEORIA ASSOCIATION OF RETARDED CITIZENS, INC.
LCC LOWDER CONTRACT CLEANING
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALADDIN TEMP-RITE
MISERICORDIA HOME
PRINGLES, EVANGELA A.
FOX LAKE, VILLAGE OF
NICOR GAS
CATHOLIC CHILDREN'S HOME
TRIEGER, MICHAEL, PSY.D.
PRINGLES, EVANGELA A.
OAK PARK, VILLAGE OF
VILLANI & VILLANI
J.P. BENBOW PLUMBING & HEATING
OAK PARK, VILLAGE OF
GLOBAL GOVERNMENT EDUCATION SOLUTIONS, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
COAD CHEVROLET, INC.
ANCEL, GLINK, DIAMOND, BUSH, DICIANNI & KRAFTHEFER PC
ANSARI, SHADAB
HELP AT HOME, INC.
ARSENEAU, DAWN L.
WASHINGTON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
WRIGHT EXPRESS CORPORATION
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
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WRIGHT EXPRESS CORPORATION
WRIGHT EXPRESS CORPORATION
PVI INDUSTRIES, LLC.
GERSTEIN, MICHAEL D.
PARKLAND COLLEGE
COSMETIC DERMATOLOGY & SURGERY
TROTTER, VIRDEN L.
ADVOCATES FOR OPPORTUNITY, INC.
ROSS, STEVEN O.
WRIGHT EXPRESS CORPORATION
PRAIRIELAND SERVICE COORDINATOR
UNIVERSAL FAMILY CONNECTION, INC.
LITTLE CITY FOUNDATION
METROPOLITAN FAMILY SERVICES
VOGEL, MELDON J.
PRODUCERS CHEMICAL COMPANY
TRINITY REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEMS
METROPOLITAN FAMILY SERVICES
CLAY, LAKESHA
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH TRIANGLE
PDC LABORATORIES, INC.
ACHIEVEMENT UNLIMITED, INC.
LAUTER, WENDY R.
PRO-LUBE OF SHELBYVILLE
KNOX COLLEGE
EVIDENT, INC.
XEROX CORPORATION
TIRE & AUTO, INC.
SMITH, LESLIE W.
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS LITCHFIELD
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
SEICO, INC.
SEICO, INC.
SEICO, INC.
SEICO, INC.
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RUSTY'S HOME CENTER, INC.
DELAO, RAE
BURNS, MATT
LABOR TECH PRINTING
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
84TH & HARLEM VENTURE, LLC.
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MORAN GRAPHICS, INC. D/B/A ALPHA GRAPHICS
LEZINE, ANNQUENETTE
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
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SUPPORT DIVISION
BURCH FABRICS GROUP
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YMCA OF EDWARDSVILLE
RON TIRAPELLI FORD
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M & G GRAPHICS
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CDS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES
FERRIO, LAURA
SOFIAK REPORTING SERVICES
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NORTHERN TRUST COMPANY OF CONNECTICUT
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SPRINGFIELD URBAN LEAGUE, INC.
PETERS HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
JACKSON, KIMBERLY S.
WRIGHT EXPRESS CORPORATION
TRI-ELECTRONICS, INC.
TRI-ELECTRONICS, INC.
TRI-ELECTRONICS, INC.
TRI-ELECTRONICS, INC.
MARCH, JARED
EATON CORPORATION
NATIONAL TEK SERVICES, INC.
MARTIN, JEFFREY D.
MIDWEST MOVING & STORAGE, INC.
MIDWEST MOVING & STORAGE, INC.
MIDWEST MOVING & STORAGE, INC.
COMMUNITY MEDICAL CLINIC OF PANA
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
LYNN PEAVEY COMPANY
LYNN PEAVEY COMPANY
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
MARYVILLE ACADEMY
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE COMPANY
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE COMPANY
BARNES, WILLIAM M.
AVALOS, JOSE L.
BRIGHT, JACQUELINE
HOPE SCHOOL
PRZEKOTA, JOHN
100 NORTH WESTERN AVENUE, LP.
INTERNATIONAL FILTER MANUFACTURING
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MARINA TOWERS CONDO ASSOCIATION
SPRINGFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT 186
REPUBLIC SERVICES, INC.
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STEP BY STEP
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INTERNATIONAL FILTER MANUFACTURING
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KING TECHNOLOGY, INC.
KALEIDOSCOPE, INC.
JUST KIDDIN AROUND CHILD CARE CENTER, INC.
EPPS, GEORGIA
MCLEAN COUNTY COURT SERVICES
SPRINGFIELD AIRPORT AUTHORITY
FAMILY LIFE CONSULTANTS, INC.
FAMILY LIFE CONSULTANTS, INC.
TUREK & SONS
LAKE SHORE REPORTING SERVICE CORPORATION
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
CHILDREN OF AMERICA
KNOWLEDGE LEARNING CORPORATION
JACKSON, BERTHA
DES PLAINES PARK DISTRICT
BIG R OF LINCOLN
BIG R OF LINCOLN
WRIGHT EXPRESS CORPORATION
DEKALB COUNTY STATE'S ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
CHISUM-MCGILL, MARIANN
WHEELER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC.
MCKESSON MEDICAL-SURGICAL MINNESOTA SUPPLY, INC
MEYER, CONNIE
WRIGHT EXPRESS CORPORATION
BUSINESS DISTRICTS, INC.
KOLE, JAMES D.
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MITCHELL, ANGELA D.
UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN'S HOME D/B/A COMMUNITY
CONNECTION COUNSELING
HOWARD COUNSELING SERVICES, INC.
HOWARD COUNSELING SERVICES, INC.
REINDERS, MICKEY, PETTY CASH CUSTODIAN, STATE
BOARD OF ELECTIONS
TENUTO, JAMES, PETTY CASH CUSTODIAN
PROVENA UNITED SAMARITANS MEDICAL CENTER
COMFORT SUITES PEORIA
KETTMAN HEATING & PLUMBING, INC.
CDW GOVERNMENT, INC.
CDW GOVERNMENT, INC.
CDW GOVERNMENT, INC.
CDW GOVERNMENT, INC.
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS SCHAUMBURG
CDW GOVERNMENT, INC.
GRANT, JOSHUA I.
PONTIAC, CITY OF
NICOR GAS
ALTORFER, INC.
FASTSIGNS
ILLINI SUPPLY, INC.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICACO
SCOTT R. QUINN & ASSOCIATES, LLC.
BRINKOETTER, JAMES P., JR.
SALVATION ARMY DAY CAMP
JOS. CACCIATORE & COMPANY
CRAIN, PATRICK L.
FREEDOM HOUSE
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, BOARD OF TRUSTEES
LENOIR, TERRY, SR.
WILLIS, JERRY A.
MASON-WALKER, TRENNIA C.
ORGAN, BRANDI
HEARTLAND MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS, INC.
SANDOVAL, MIGUEL A.
LAKE SPRINGFIELD MARINA
NORTHRIDGE GROUP, INC.
WASHINGTON MURRY, JOANN
YANES, CLARA
KID CARE OF SALEM INC.
JOHNSON, CLAUDIA M., M.D.
JONES, LA TANYA P.
PARKLAND COLLEGE
SLEGER, TAMARA
BROADWAY, BRIGITTE
SMICKER, CARL
F.J. MURPHY & SONS, INC.
BURNS, ANDRIA
FAMILY LIFE CONSULTANTS, INC.
FAMILY LIFE CONSULTANTS, INC.
FAMILY LIFE CONSULTANTS, INC.
THOMAS, CARLA
CHRISTIAN COUNTY FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY
CASA GUANAJUATO QUAD CITIES
DRURY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
H & E LEASING
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
CRANE, JACQUELYNE
PEORIA, CITY OF, BOARD OF EDUCATION
JIMENEZ, SERGIO A.
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COLLINS, MISSY K.
COLLINS, MISSY K.
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CDS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINBERG LTD
FOSTER, WARREN
PPG ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES, INC.
BRADFORD, STEPHEN H.
HUDSON, LAWRENCE
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THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
NAVE, DEBORAH J.
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WARSHAWSKY, JON, PSY.D.
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HARBOUR, INC.
BURT, TODD
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CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
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DUPAGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
BELCREST SERVICES, LTD. D/B/A PROCTOR FIRST CARE
P & G MACHINE & TOOL
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DAZZLE BAGS, INC.
RYBAK, RICHARD M.
WYNNE, RONALD
HULL, KELLI R.
SPARPC, INC.
ROZCO LANDSCAPING COMPANY
NAPHCARE, INC.
PDC LABORATORIES, INC.
TIMMON, ANGELA
DRURY INN MT. VERNON
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BETHANY FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES
LIL WONDERS DEVELOPMENT CENTER
ASSAULT & ABUSE SERVICES OF STEPHENSON COUNTY
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CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES
BRAHLER LUBE CENTERS
CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES
LA PETITE ACADEMY, INC.
PNC BANK
DELL, INC.
CARD IMAGING
DRURY INN & SUITES FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS
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WRIGHT AUTOMOTIVE, INC.
DISHER, KATHY
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WRIGHT EXPRESS CORPORATION
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GRIFFIN, DOMINIC
AHIMN CONSULTING & RESEARCH
WASHINGTON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
CIARRACHI, LISA
PALMORE-JORDAN, CAROLYN
PEORIA FLAG & DECORATING COMPANY, INC.
WILLIS, J. THOMAS
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ALTORFER, INC.
ALTORFER, INC.
ALTORFER, INC.
ALTORFER, INC.
ALTORFER, INC.
ALTORFER, INC.
ALTORFER, INC.
ALTORFER, INC.
WRIGHT EXPRESS CORPORATION
WRIGHT EXPRESS CORPORATION
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KANKAKEE ANIMAL HOSPITAL
HOWARD, WILMA
MCCUBBINS, ANGELA R.
GODWIN, LORI
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
HOPE FOR NON-VIOLENCE
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MCLEAN COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
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CVK ENTERPRISES, INC. D/B/A FEDERAL SUPPLY USA
PERRY WINKLE HOSPITALITY, INC. D/B/A COMFORT
SUITES JEFFERSON CITY
PERRY WINKLE HOSPITALITY, INC. D/B/A COMFORT
SUITES JEFFERSON CITY
NAWOTKA, PAULINA
DRURY INN & SUITES FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS
DRURY INN & SUITES FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS
DRURY INN & SUITES FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
BILL CHO'S UNITED TAEKWONDO CENTER
WAREHOUSE DIRECT, INC.
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
IPROC SPRINGFIELD, LLC. D/B/A CROWNE PLAZA
STERLING-ROCK FALLS FAMILY YMCA
NOVOTNY SALES, INC.
PROVISO FAMILY SERVICES, INC.
INFANTILE 2 JUVENILE, INC. D/B/A LIL EINSTEIN'S
INSTITUTE
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
UPS
AYOOLA, BIOLA
SLUCARE D/B/A ST LOUIS UNIVERSITY
JESLIN, JOSE
JESLIN, JOSE
HOAGLAND, JOBERT
VANZEYL, ROMAINE
SEGGSBRUCH, ELIZABETH
SEGGEBRUCH, ELIZABETH
CATALYST CONSULTING GROUP
BOWSKY, LESLIE
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
EAST MOLINE CITIZENS COMMUNITY CENTER
HEAVEN'S ANGELS DAY-CARE
JACKSON, RENEE
PUBLIC CONSULTING GROUP, INC.
PERISCOPE HOLDINGS, INC.
KORNOSKI-DUVALL, CHARLENE R.
COLLINS & JOHNSON, PC.
DAVIDSON, LATONIA
CITY COLLEGES OF CHICAGO
LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.
SIMS COURT REPORTING
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO
QUICKSILVER MAILING SERVICES
TINY TOWN OF LANSING NURSERY SCHOOL, INC.
IBM CORPORATION
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
A & A EQUIPMENT SUPPLY
FEDERAL FUNDS INFORMATION FOR STATES
SYCAMORE ANIMAL HOSPITAL
LAKE COUNTY STATE'S ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
ABC COUNSELING & FAMILY SERVICES
JACKSON, JAMES
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
FOX'S CLEANERS & UNIFORMS
WILEY OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY
SONNTAG REPORTING SERVICE
CONNER, CAROL
PERE MARQUETTE LODGE
HOME OF THE SPARROW, INC.
TASC, INC.
QUINT, AMY B.
JERNIGAN, AVA
PUBLIC HEALTH INSTITUTE OF METROPOLITAN CHICAGO
JUST LIKE HOME BALDWIN DAY CENTER
BROOKWEINER, LLC.
MAXWELL, JANINE
LOLLING, JENNIFER
NORTH GREENE UNIT DISTRICT NO. 3
WILLIAMS, PHILLIP
BOB'S SEPTIC, LLC.
TABET, DIVITO & ROTHSTEIN, LLC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
NATIONAL ABLE NETWORK, INC.
MAXWELL, JANINE
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY STATE'S ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
CHILDREN'S PLACE ASSOCIATION
367 $2,726.55
$149,854.00
$154.00
$70.00
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ALTORFER, INC.
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
KALEIDOSCOPE, INC.
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC.
SOBESKI, SCOTT T.
WEST CHICAGO POLICE DEPTARTMENT
CORVUS INDUSTRIES, LTD.
CORVUS INDUSTRIES, LTD.
RIVERSIDE POLICE DEPARTMENT
YOSANOVICH, MARTY
HAND-IN-HAND
HAND-IN-HAND
HAND-IN-HAND
HAND-IN-HAND
HAND-IN-HAND
BALLARD COMPANIES, INC.
WRIGHT EXPRESS CORPORATION
CHRISTIAN COUNTY FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY
IHS GLOBAL INSIGHT
BRIGHT START CHILDCARE
ACCURATE BIOMETRICS, INC.
XEROX CORPORATION
WRIGHT EXPRESS CORPORATION
MIDLOTHIAN, VILLAGE OF
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
YOUNG WOMEN CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
SEGHERS, PATRICIA, PH.D. LCSW
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY ADVANTAGE, LLC.
AJENIFUJA, OLA H.
WOLF, JERROLD
CATANIA, MICHAEL D.
TAYLORVILLE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
WOLD, JACQUELINE
KIDS R FIRST, INC.
WOMEN'S TREATMENT CENTER
KROLL FACTUAL DATA
SIMPLEX GRINNELL, LP.
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP.
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH D/B/A GENESIS DAYCARE
ROCK COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
BARTLETT POLICE DEPARTMENT
BRIGGS, STEVEN
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
MAHER, PEGGY J.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL CENTER
SMITH, RUTH
FRANKLIN WILLIAMSON HUMAN SERVICES
VERITEXT CHICAGO REPORTING COMPANY
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
GOVERNORS STATE UNIVERSITY
HEATH'S, INC.
ALLIED ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY
DASE, DARLEAN
CHILDTIME SAINT FRANCIS HOSPITAL
DECATUR AMBULANCE SERVICE, INC.
CAMPBELL, PHYLLIS
BRADIE-BASKIN, DIANNE
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
HARBOUR, INC.
CONNOR COMPANY
ROCHELLE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
ROCHELLE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
VERIZON WIRELESS
STAFFORD, JOSEPH
ABNER MORGE, MIA LOU
GRACE AMMO, LLC.
WOZNY, JAMES
HARBOUR, INC.
HARBOUR, INC.
ALTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
KENSINGTON SCHOOL, INC.
HULTZ, SCOTT A.
368 $222.06
$274.08
$14,923.23
$2,752.00
$20,060.00
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HULTZ, SCOTT A.
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
HETH, DIANA SUE
MILLMAN, INC.
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
THORNTON, BILLIE
CAPITOL STRATEGIES CONSULTING, INC.
PEORIA, CITY OF, BOARD OF EDUCATION
HAWTHORNE SUITES, LTD.
HAGSTROM, JOHN
ONE HOPE UNITED
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
DUNDON, KATHRYN
PONCER DEMICHAEL, PAULA
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
SCHMITT, CARL
NORTHWEST TREATMENT ASSOCIATES, INC.
VOGELE, GREGORY
POLLASTRINI, LAURA M.
JOHNSON-PEORIA VENTURES, LLC. D/B/A HAMPTON INN
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY, INC.
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
OFFICE HQ, INC.
OPTIONS COUNSELING SERVICES
KRANKEL, KARIE
RESIDENT TRUST FUND D/B/A CENTRALIA CORRECTIONAL
CENTER RTF
TONICA HARDWARE D/B/A TOWN & COUNTRY SERVICES
NANDI, CHANDANA
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
DE STEFANO, CARMINE
STATEVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER TRUST FUND
HARRISON SPORTS, INC.
UHLICH CHILDREN'S ADVANTAGE NETWORK
UHLICH CHILDREN'S ADVANTAGE NETWORK
SAJNA, BASIA FAYE
BRISTOL MISSION, INC. D/B/A LOVING ARMS CHILDCARE
CENTER
QUICKSILVER MAILING SERVICES
FITZSIMMONS, ROBERT
QUICKSILVER MAILING SERVICES
LYDIA HOME ASSOCIATION
HINSHAW & CULBERTSON, LLP.
MARCUS DAVIS LAWNCARE
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
GIS SOLUTIONS, INC.
HAMPTON, LENZINI & RENWICK, INC.
WOOD, RODGER
MONARCH CONSTITUENT SERVICES
MONARCH CONSTITUENT SERVICES
MONARCH CONSTITUENT SERVICES
MONARCH CONSTITUENT SERVICES
CHICAGO FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
CHICAGO FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
CHILDTIME LEARNING CENTER
COLUMBIA, CITY OF
NOBEL EDUCATION DYNAMICS
MONTRY, DANA
KEEFE & DEPAULI, PC.
MATTHEW BENDER & COMPANY, INC.
MCCORKLE COURT REPORTERS, INC.
MCCORKLE COURT REPORTERS, INC.
BUTLER, SUSAN
CARY, VILLAGE OF
FARLEY, FRANK
UNIFORMITY, INC.
JOHN R. DAY & ASSOCIATES
ORGAN, BRANDI
RICE, AISHA
MIDLAND AREA AGENCY ON AGING
FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
ILLINOIS PRESS ADVERTISING SERVICE
BALSAMELLO, RICHARD
YOUNG, ANDREA
EDGAR COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES & DISASTER AGENCY
WABASH VALLEY SERVICE COMPANY
369 $517.83
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$.43
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UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
ESQUIRE DEPOSITION SOLUTIONS, LLC.
ESQUIRE DEPOSITION SOLUTIONS, LLC.
ESQUIRE DEPOSITION SOLUTIONS, LLC.
ESQUIRE DEPOSITION SOLUTIONS, LLC.
ACCULINGUA INTERNATIONAL, INC. OF ILLINOIS D/BLA
INLINGUA
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC.
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC.
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC.
ST. ELIZABETH'S COMMUNITY CENTER
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE DIOCESE OF ROCKFORD
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE DIOCESE OF ROCKFORD
HOWARD, LINDA
HOWARD, LINDA
ALEXANDER, ELLEN
SKOGLUND, ROBERT
ABC COUNSELING & FAMILY SERVICES
ST. PAUL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST D/B/A ST. PAUL
WONDERLAND
BARNARD, JONATHAN
BAER HEATING & COOLING
MAHAN, RACHEL C.
SWIM, LARY
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
MOTOROLA, INC.
CHARLES, KRIS
STANLEY CONVERGENT SECURITY SOLUTIONS
CORY, PATRICIA A.
RAININ INSTRUMENT, LLC.
MONTESSORI ACADEMY & ASSOC., INC.
PK DOWNTOWN, LLC.
MIMS, BEVERLY
PUBLIC CONSULTING GROUP, INC.
MCLEAN, DON
RUEBE, ANN
STERN, MICHAEL
STERN, MICHAEL
STERN, MICHAEL
MECHANICAL SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.
KNOWLEDGE LEARNING CORPORATION
DONALD R. CLARK DELIVERY SERVICE
STRIPENS, MICHAEL J.
FISHER, SHEEHAN & COLTON
LAZDA, LAURA
BUCHANAN, CARRISSA
BUCHANAN, CARRISSA
AREA DISPOSAL SERVICE, INC.
MISTER BATTERY, INC.
JOHNSON, MAYNA M.
JOHNSON, MAYNA M
JURKOWSKI, DONALD E.
OWENS, CATHOLLENE
OSF HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS D/B/A ST. FRANCIS MEDICAL
CENTER
PALOS HEIGHTS PARKS & RECREATION
W.W. GRAINGER, INC.
CENTRAL IL AGENCY ON AGING
MACON COUNTY STATE'S ATTORNEY
WATTS COPY SYSTEMS, INC.
SHEEHAN & SHEEHAN, PC.
KNOX PET CLINIC
STEWARDSON BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC.
LAWERENCE TRAVIS & COMPANY, PC.
CORPORATE IMAGE
CENTRAL IL STAFFING SERVICES, LLC. D/B/A MANPOWER
PDC LABORATORIES, INC.
KOSMICKI, FRANK
VERTEC SOLUTIONS, LLC.
DUANE DEAN BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
ASSOCIATED COURT REPORTERS
WORLD'S PRINTING
MIDWEST OFFICE SUPPLY, LLC.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
PANIAK, MERYL
MARTIN IMPLEMENT SALES, INC.
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
TABET, DIVITO & ROTHSTEIN, LLC.
PRO-LINE DOOR SYSTEMS, INC.
SLOAN IMPLEMENT COMPANY, INC.
370 $138.72
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$89.10
$4,800.00
$410.18
$340.00
$360.00
$418.00
$375.00
$711.26
$19.00
$115.26
$305.75
$121.30
$352.00
$3,156.82
$3,089.65
$13,500.00
$29.83
$1,305.00
$1,005.70
$994.17
$579.12
$4,167.67
$99.45
$500.00
$712.64
$616,181.72
$1,680.00
$302.00
$3,520.00
$177.41
$2,507.52
$614.74
$809.32
$14,287.50
$375.00
$944.49
$322.26
12-CC-2562
12-CC-2565
12-CC-2566
12-CC-2571
12-CC-2572
12-CC-2573
12-CC-2578
12-CC-2582
12-CC-2587
12-CC-2592
12-CC-2600
12-CC-2601
12-CC-2606
12-CC-2608
12-CC-2613
12-CC-2621
12-CC-2627
12-CC-2637
12-CC-2638
12-CC-2639
12-CC-2646
12-CC-2665
12-CC-2669
12-CC-2670
12-CC-2680
12-CC-2684
12-CC-2687
12-CC-2690
12-CC-2691
12-CC-2706
12-CC-2722
12-CC-2725
12-CC-2727
12-CC-2734
12-CC-2758
12-CC-2759
12-CC-2768
12-CC-2799
12-CC-2806
12-CC-2840
12-CC-2842
12-CC-2874
12-CC-2878
12-CC-2967
12-CC-2973
12-CC-3102
12-CC-3111
12-CC-3149
12-CC-3194
12-CC-3210
12-CC-3318
12-CC-3756
13-CC-0196
PERPETUAL STORAGE, INC.
BUX, JOY S.
DEHART RECYCLING EQUIPMENT, INC.
SAX, RITA A.
SAX, RITA A.
SAX, RITA A.
KID CARE OF SALEM, INC.
F.J. MURPHY & SONS, INC.
CARBEN, RANDAL
MAYERS, ANGELA
ONE HOPE UNITED-NORTHERN REGION
DEBOER, PHYLLIS R.
CARE-A-LOT EARLY LEARNING CENTERS, INC.
EAST CENTRAL IL AREA AGENCY ON AGING, INC.
BLAKE, MICHELLE
JOHANSEN & ANDERSON, INC.
W.W. GRAINGER, INC.
SPRINGFIELD CHAPTER OF THE INSTITUTE OF INTERNAL
AUDITORS
DICK BLICK COMPANY
DRURY INN & SUITES SPRINGFIELD
ALTERNATIVE TEACHING, INC.
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
OFFICE DEPOT
MOLINE DISPATCH PUBLISHING COMPANY, LLC.
EQUIPMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, INC.
LOTS OF LOVE PRESCHOOL ACADEMY
LIVINGSTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT
WILLIAMSON, PHEBE
WRIGHT, ROBIN
WEST SIDE TRACTOR SALES
ROCKFORD PUBLIC SCHOOL #205
CHICAGO CHILD CARE SOCIETY
ASSOCIATION HOUSE OF CHICAGO
TICKETMASTER, LLC.
KENSINGTON SCHOOL, INC.
SONNTAG REPORTING SERVICE
HBM ENGINEERING GROUP, LLC.
KENYATTA'S DAY CARE
ILLINOIS PUBLIC EMPLOYER LABOR RELATIONS ASSOC
LAKE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
W.W. GRAINGER, INC.
W.W. GRAINGER, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
A-1 CORPORATE HARDWARE
HEPHZIBAH CHILDRENS ASSOCIATION
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
ALEXIAN BROTHERS MEDICAL GROUP
FALCIONI, MICHAEL N.
VETERANS PARK DISTRICT
JOHN A LOGAN COLLEGE
371 $497.07
$134.85
$1,392.83
$3,296.39
$4,768.79
$2,186.17
$103.86
$19,331.00
$71.00
$212.16
$31,216.49
$1,992.08
$2,311.33
$4,593.75
$800.00
$4,323.89
$76.56
$355.00
$1,572.00
$156.80
$625.00
$247.09
$1,533.87
$44.07
$60.00
$232.57
$260.29
$651.00
$1,254.00
$1,820.00
$291.13
$406.26
$2,717.79
$130,903.00
$123.36
$25,344.00
$2,358.62
$4,295.34
$597.00
$31,615.00
$894.36
$3,835.00
$34,053.09
$67.32
$16.27
$8,262.00
$13,621.72
$631.55
$1,098.40
$7,305.42
$50.00
$1,236.00
$724.00
PUBLIC AID MEDICAL VENDOR AWARDS
FY2012
11-CC-1288
QUEST DIAGNOSTIC CLINICAL LABORATORIES, INC.
372 $18,950.25
PRISONERS AND INMATES
MISSING PROPERTY CLAIMS FY 2012 The following list of cases consists of claims brought by prisoners and inmates of State correctional facilities against the State to recover the value of certain items of personal property of which they allegedly possessed while incarcerated, but which were allegedly lost while the State was in possession thereof or for which the State was allegedly otherwise responsible. Consistent with the cases involving the same subject matter appearing in full in previous Court of Claims Reports, these claims were all decided based upon the theories of bailments, conversion, or negligence. Because of the volume, length, and general similarity of the opinions, the full texts of the opinions were not published, except for those claims which may have some precedential value. 03-CC-4223
04-CC-0082
04-CC-2552
05-CC-0477
05-CC-2833
06-CC-0216
06-CC-1716
06-CC-3445
07-CC-1739
07-CC-2042
07-CC-2899
07-CC-3006
07-CC-3447
08-CC-0253
08-CC-0978
08-CC-2165
08-CC-2911
08-CC-2913
08-CC-3238
09-CC-0161
09-CC-0463
09-CC-0989
09-CC-0994
09-CC-2086
09-CC-2773
09-CC-2894
09-CC-3020
09-CC-3071
10-CC-1332
10-CC-1566
10-CC-1568
10-CC-2378
10-CC-2623
10-CC-3133
10-CC-3543
11-CC-0144
11-CC-0175
11-CC-0408
11-CC-1337
11-CC-2794
12-CC-0196
12-CC-1834
PEOPLES, STACY
LAMB, GREGORY
HARRIS, CRAWFORD
WILLIAMS, TRAVIS D.
DAVIS, JEFFREY
DUPREE, CEDRIC
PONZIO, ALEX
RILEY, WILLIAM D.
CLARK, EUGENE
CURRIE, KEVIN
HARDY, NEDRICK JEFFREY, SR.
BROWN, JERAMEY
WARE, ERIC
MCCANT, THOMAS
ORNELAS, ROBERTO
MITCHELL, ARTHUR
JONES, THADDEUS
TURNER, DAVID
HUBBARD, COURTNEY M.
THOMAS, MICHAEL
THOMAS, LAMONT
LAKE, LAMONTE
SHERWOOD, BRET
SMITH, FREDERICK
AUSTIN, ALLAN
BROWN, JERRY
THOMAS, LAMONT
WEEMS, GIOVANNI
SMITH, KENNETH
LANGSTON, EUGENE A.
MAY, AARON
PEEVEY, JAMES
OLIVER, HAROLD
JONES, BRIAN
WILLIAMS, THEOPOLIS
TAYLOR, ANGELO
ROBERTSON, MARLON
JONES, GLENN
CHENCINSKI, ROBERT E., JR.
JOHNSON, RICKY
MCROY, JAMES E.
WAINWRIGHT, ANTOINE
$50.00
$31.31
$60.95
$50.00
$50.00
$100.00
$9,000.00
$253.00
$44.26
$500.00
$26.70
$365.00
$200.00
$2,500.00
$50.00
$70.00
$3,000.00
$400.00
$115.96
$216.00
$200.00
$110.00
$255.47
$50.00
$150.00
$45,000.00
$149.35
$50.76
$15.00
$369.34
$50.00
$100.00
$40.00
$359.30
$232.67
$75.00
$30.00
$74.52
$38.43
$234.06
$100.00
$40.00
373 CRIME VICTIMS COMPENSATION ACT
OPINIONS NOT PUBLISHED IN FULL FY 2012 Where person is victim of violent crime as defined in the Act; has suffered pecuniary loss; notified and cooperated fully with law enforcement officials immediately after the crime; the injury was not substantially attributable to the victim's wrongful act or substantial provocation; and the claim was filed in the Court of Claims within one year of the date of injury; compensation is payable under the Act.
92-CV-0345
93-CV-1712
97-CV-2071
98-CV-1492
99-CV-0004
01-CV-0531
01-CV-3988
02-CV-1347
03-CV-0357
03-CV-1905
03-CV-2591
03-CV-3888
03-CV-4582
03-CV-4915
04-CV-1993
04-CV-2693
04-CV-3831
04-CV-5098
05-CV-1420
05-CV-1778
05-CV-2310
05-CV-2820
05-CV-3857
05-CV-4228
05-CV-4547
05-CV-5082
05-CV-5345
06-CV-0404
06-CV-0828
06-CV-1027
06-CV-1290
06-CV-1409
06-CV-1503
06-CV-1948
06-CV-1987
06-CV-2190
06-CV-2192
06-CV-3115
06-CV-3201
06-CV-3248
06-CV-3562
06-CV-3779
06-CV-3927
06-CV-4231
06-CV-4256
06-CV-4697
06-CV-4771
06-CV-5402
06-CV-5890
07-CV-0002
07-CV-0403
07-CV-0719
07-CV-1230
BURNICE, EFFIE MAY
MONTIEL, RUBEN
MADRID, CYNTHIA
MORALES, DANIEL & MORALES, MELANIE
KELLY, KEVIN K.
WATTS, ROSEMARY
RE, AMANDA M.
WATKINS, TERRY L.
NEWMAN, A. J. & NEWMAN, ALICE
STONEHOUSE, KARREN S.
MAYS, LATINA & WHITE, CAROLYN
GARCIA, SARAH J.
JONES, TIMOTHY
WOMACK, SONGIA P.
ADAMS, RYANNA
CROWELL, ASHLEY & MOORE, LAURIE
ADAME, ZITLALI
JOHNSON, SUSAN
SANDERS, TAWAN
MEJER, JASON D.
SAEZ, CHARLOTTE
CATCHING, EMMA LOGAN
WILSON, MARLA
WAGNER, FORREST
DAHL, THOMAS
MORRIS, CHRISTINE L.
MCGEE, FRANKIE M.
CHAMPION, TERRELL
ELUSTA, MORAD
HOLLINSIDE, GEORGE
VAUGHN, LINEIA
TORRES, ROBERT
ALPIZAR, AUGUSTO
COLEMAN, DEBRA
BRANDONISIO, ANNA M.
NALEPKA, BRENDA
NALEPKA, BRENDA
PASSONI, LARRY N.
RIOS, JOANNA
JAMES, LAURA J.
DIAZ, MARIA S. & PALAFOX, MARIA E.
SPANN, RICARDO
CANNON, BEVERLYN
HARTMAN, KELLIE & AMES, CLAYTON
DAVIS, DE LORA J.
TROWERS, GORDON E.
NOLTE, BLANCA
RESH, CASSANDRA
KILEY, SCOTT
ANTONELLI, SUSAN M.
ESPARZA, ALICIA
PLANE, JERMAINE
PRESTON, JAMIE L. & WOOSLEY, BRANDY
374 RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$1,683.87
$28,281.72
DENIED
$18,251.75
$27,365.10
DENIED
$27,000.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
$27,000.00
$11,573.28
$9,545.00
RECONSIDERED DISMISSAL
$13,112.45
$8,437.83
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
RECONSIDERED DISMISSAL
DISMISSED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$368.37
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DISMISSAL
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$174.02
$27,378.00
$30.00
$26,838.33
$8,082.00
$8,830.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$23,097.00
RECONSIDERED DISMISSAL
$27,000.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DISMISSED
$3,565.31
$14,105.61
RECONSIDERED DISMISSAL
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$4,106.51
RECONSIDERED DISMISSAL
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$4,013.28
$24,085.65
DENIED
07-CV-1707
07-CV-1939
07-CV-2197
07-CV-2204
07-CV-2599
07-CV-2697
07-CV-3000
07-CV-3150
07-CV-3384
07-CV-3406
07-CV-3715
07-CV-4557
07-CV-4678
07-CV-4883
07-CV-5070
07-CV-5427
07-CV-5432
07-CV-5854
07-CV-6168
07-CV-6487
08-CV-0416
08-CV-0564
08-CV-0731
08-CV-0778
08-CV-1090
08-CV-1222
08-CV-1768
08-CV-1932
08-CV-2050
08-CV-2283
08-CV-2437
08-CV-2498
08-CV-2535
08-CV-2738
08-CV-2746
08-CV-2829
08-CV-2863
08-CV-3214
08-CV-3555
08-CV-3599
08-CV-3611
08-CV-3679
08-CV-3948
08-CV-3978
08-CV-4117
08-CV-4174
08-CV-4291
08-CV-4376
08-CV-4381
08-CV-4441
08-CV-4478
08-CV-4566
08-CV-4596
08-CV-4601
08-CV-4875
08-CV-4908
08-CV-5035
08-CV-5225
08-CV-5255
08-CV-5278
08-CV-5443
08-CV-5470
08-CV-5676
08-CV-5688
08-CV-5716
08-CV-5792
08-CV-5808
08-CV-5975
08-CV-6020
08-CV-6044
08-CV-6111
08-CV-6127
08-CV-6314
08-CV-6335
08-CV-6337
08-CV-6383
08-CV-6447
08-CV-6484
08-CV-6511
09-CV-0024
LASKOWSKI-BOSSEY, CHRISTINE A.
HORN, CRAIG S.
YADLAPATI, SIRISHA
JOHNSON, DREW E.
EVANS, ANTHONY
JEFFERSON, EUGENE
MARCKESE, KIEL
NOAIMAN, SALWA H.
MARTIN, ROSIE
HAYNES, JOHN
MICHAUD, CHRISTINE L.
WALCHLI, DIANE
SAMEN, COLLEEN M.
IRBY, CLEO
NEE, BRIDGET
RUBIO, LIZZETTE
SARDON, EDDIE
WHALEY, LAWRENCE
SAWEIKIS, SEAN
TAYLOR, LILLIAN
DAVIS, YVETTE
DIEDRICH, SARA
DIXON, ARTHUR
WASHINGTON, PAMELA
PEREZ, SANDRA
CLARK, DAVID
JOHNCOURS, GLORIA
WILLIAMS, IODIS
CAMPBELL, SHANNON
SYDNER, EARL E.
BRIGHT, RODNEY
HARTLINE, JOHN S.
DOBBS, FELICIA
WINTERS, CARLTON
DUNBAR, CASEY
GRIGSBY, ANGELA
BURGESS, JEREMIAH
CARROLL, ALEXANDER W.
ROSS, JENNIFER
MANZO, LIZA
WILLIAMS, ROSETTA
CERVANTES, DANIEL
ROBINSON, AISHA P.
BUTTITTA, VICKY
DAMPIER, MARK
DURAN, ADRIANA
TAYLOR-HART, JEREMIAH
YOUNG, ELIZABETH M.
GONZALEZ, MARCUS J.
GORZYNSKI, SHANE T.
LUGO, JULIO
LEE, DUANE
WHEELER, STEPHANIE
BLANC, VERNON
CAMPBELL-MEEKS, KIMBERLY & MILLER, TIFFANEY N.
& MEEKS, JESSIE M.
& CHAUDHRY, CRYSTAL
SLAUGHTER, ARMAND
MORALES RODRIGUEZ, GREGORIO
SMITH, DARLENE
ZARATE, RUBEN
CONIGLIO, PARKER J.
BENGE, TERESA
EDSTROM, JOAN P.
HIGGINS, BEVALYN
SCHEURING, JURG
DISHMAN, RICHARD
GREER, HAROLD
DANTZLER, TIARA L.
TAPIA, SANDRA & CHAMBERS, JOANNA
WASHINGTON, NAOMI & SMITH, RUBY L.
SCATES, TAMMY L.
BRUNSWICK, KARIE
BURNS, STANLEY M., JR.
RAY, AARON
JONES, KENNETH
LARRY, CRYSTAL D. & RUSSELL, JACQUELYN
HENKEN, CHRISTINE
NORMAN, TRAVIS
SMITH, KELVIN
RAGIAND, LINDA A.
STEVENS, CASSIE
375 $3,034.91
$19,156.76
$7,028.00
$4,193.70
$27,000.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$11,196.81
$10,512.63
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$9,809.40
DENIED
$3,893.71
$5,350.50
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$18,720.00
$855.65
$11,745.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$27,000.00
DENIED
DISMISSED
$11,252.13
$23,498.65
$26,034.18
$2,494.77
$2,542.85
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$6,726.06
$7,594.20
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
DENIED
$5,871.70
DENIED
$1,527.00
DISMISSED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$6,441.67
DISMISSED
$6,389.75
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DISMISSED
$4,950.00
$2,957.75
$3,455.15
$1,741.00
$17,725.83
$9,289.39
DENIED
$2,124.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DISMISSED
$27,000.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$4,819.50
DISMISSED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DISMISSED
$820.73
DENIED
DENIED
$27,000.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$2,700.46
$6,816.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$7,236.28
$9,713.51
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$8,248.94
$4,766.25
09-CV-0160
09-CV-0314
09-CV-0470
09-CV-0556
09-CV-0646
09-CV-0665
09-CV-0797
09-CV-1126
09-CV-1203
09-CV-1308
09-CV-1314
09-CV-1584
09-CV-1649
09-CV-1683
09-CV-1694
09-CV-1749
09-CV-1782
09-CV-1787
09-CV-1801
09-CV-1856
09-CV-1864
09-CV-2040
09-CV-2047
09-CV-2048
09-CV-2099
09-CV-2231
09-CV-2283
09-CV-2307
09-CV-2353
09-CV-2476
09-CV-2477
09-CV-2594
09-CV-2655
09-CV-2660
09-CV-2672
09-CV-2680
09-CV-2783
09-CV-2799
09-CV-2802
09-CV-2809
09-CV-2940
09-CV-2994
09-CV-3032
09-CV-3065
09-CV-3164
09-CV-3199
09-CV-3310
09-CV-3337
09-CV-3382
09-CV-3480
09-CV-3547
09-CV-3640
09-CV-3833
09-CV-3835
09-CV-3839
09-CV-3891
09-CV-3920
09-CV-3944
09-CV-4013
09-CV-4059
09-CV-4178
09-CV-4224
09-CV-4260
09-CV-4278
09-CV-4323
09-CV-4347
09-CV-4376
09-CV-4377
09-CV-4453
09-CV-4470
09-CV-4549
09-CV-4572
09-CV-4678
09-CV-4842
09-CV-4903
09-CV-4921
09-CV-4938
09-CV-4958
09-CV-4966
09-CV-5029
09-CV-5092
SANFORD, WENDELL
CARTER, BARRY F., JR.
JOHNSON, RONAULDO
MENNEFEE, RICKY
OCAMPO, VICTORIA
FIGIEL, BOGDAN
LAMB, GAILA B.
HERNANDEZ, CARLOS
FORGY, NICOLE
ZAWADZINSKI, MAREK
GOETZE, MARTIN
WRIGHT, LISA
LOPEZ, JOSE J.
MARTIN, DANTE
INMON, DOUGLAS PATRICK
BUTERA, ISABEL
VELASQUEZ, MARIA G.
WHITE, SONYA
FIELDS, CAROLYN
FALLEN, MICHELLE L.
BRADY, DUANE
FIELLO, CATHY
LOPEZ, REBECCA & ORTIZ, ROXANNA
LYONS, ADRIA
CLARK, LESLIE A.
RODRIGUEZ, MANUEL
WINTHER, DAVID A.
TURNER, DUANE C., JR.
DENNIS, ANGELA A.
WARE, DINA
WARE, DINA
GATTON, DARLENE DEE
LOCKHART, JOSHUA
OZMENT, MATTHEW
BEREK, GEORGE
GALLAGHER, CATHERINE
FOURKAS, DARLENE
STEVENS, CASSIE
WEILER, PAMELA M.
ZURAWSKI, PETER
RUSSELL, JOHNETTA
MUNOZ, VICTOR
THEOFANOPOULOS, DINO
APPLEWHITE, DEONTE
DURBIN, JACQUELINE R.
WOODS, QUINCY A.
KESSEL, JILL
JOHNSON, CHRISTOPHER
RUGGIERO, JUSTIN
CARTER, MARY
PEREZ, PABLO
MASON, ALEXANDRIA
KNUTH, TOM
LYONS, VALERIE HOLLY
REED, LAMONT
LYONS, IRA L.
VILLALOBOS, MARIA S.
RUIZ, JUAN CARLOS
BOYKIN, TAUNDA D.
ELLIOTT, JOSHUA
JACKSON, CYNTHIA
HENDERSON, WESLEY
WILLIAMS, TODD E.
MCDAVID, ALONZO
OVERHEUL, CRAIG
PABST, IRENE L.
FLORES, NORMA
FLORES, NORMA
GRICE, PHYLLIS L.
BROTHERTON, STEPHANIE R.
DOBBS, DIANE E.
ALEXANDER, LATONYA & HEARD, DELORES
RUSHING, ANTONIO
ESPANA, CALIXTO A.
GREEN, ANTONIO
DAVIS, FRANCES
TRIPLETT, ANGELA
BRADFORD, FRANK
COTTERILL, LORI
PEREZ, SAMUEL
ORR, DERRICK & HARRIS, ZANDRA J.
376 $53,838.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$41.00
RECONSIDERED DISMISSAL
$5,925.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$519.58
$4,232.45
DENIED
$16,390.87
$37,467.90
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$5,000.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$24,424.61
DENIED
DISMISSED
DISMISSED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$10,215.07
$27,000.00
$9,722.64
$2,042.16
$648.77
$238.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$18,140.51
DISMISSED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$16,384.26
$20,627.19
$8,090.35
$15,083.50
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09-CV-5256
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09-CV-5333
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10-CV-0037
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10-CV-0254
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10-CV-0737
10-CV-0758
10-CV-0767
10-CV-0777
10-CV-0781
10-CV-0790
10-CV-0803
10-CV-0824
10-CV-0906
10-CV-0918
10-CV-0949
10-CV-0992
10-CV-1022
10-CV-1027
10-CV-1028
10-CV-1060
10-CV-1063
10-CV-1150
10-CV-1203
10-CV-1204
10-CV-1213
10-CV-1231
10-CV-1238
10-CV-1265
10-CV-1270
10-CV-1277
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DANIELS, DELISA
HINKES, MICHAEL
ROSE, KEVIN
BUTLER, MARIE
BUTLER, MARIE
BISHOP, LORI
STRUCK, JAMES T.
DAYE, NORRA
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JONES, HENRY
HRUBY, LEONA M.
PRESNAK, BETTY L.
DONTIGNEY, DUSTIN A.
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ROBLES, JUAN
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ENSIGN, PATSY
HAYDEN, JOSEPH
REID, JAMES
SCHWAB, KAREN J.
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QUICK, STEPHEN A.
HENDERSON, MATTHEW
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GOLD, STEVEN A.
ALMALIKY, SALAH
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MOREAU, SANDRA K.
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REZAC, WILLIAM F.
GOSELL, KRISTIN
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PIKESLEY, MARK R.
STROUD, SULLIVAN
BURT, AVIE
MATTHEWS, BRITTANY
MENNENGA, KRISTINA
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BRANDHOF, DOUG
MCGEE, TERRENCE
GOMEZ, JOSE
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HERNANDEZ, JOSEPH
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WILLIAMS, BRANDON T.
HALBERT, GERAL L., SR.
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GEBALA, DANIELLE
RILEY, STEPHEN
TRACY, JESSIE
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COOK, MATTHEW, JR.
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DENIED
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10-CV-2226
10-CV-2231
10-CV-2291
10-CV-2295
10-CV-2298
10-CV-2303
10-CV-2310
10-CV-2320
10-CV-2329
10-CV-2368
10-CV-2397
10-CV-2402
10-CV-2422
10-CV-2439
10-CV-2454
10-CV-2512
10-CV-2516
10-CV-2545
10-CV-2551
10-CV-2563
10-CV-2586
10-CV-2590
10-CV-2592
10-CV-2593
10-CV-2624
10-CV-2626
10-CV-2688
10-CV-2701
10-CV-2801
10-CV-2819
10-CV-2823
10-CV-2907
10-CV-2915
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GROSS, DANIEL
RAMIREZ-ESCOBAR, VANESSA M.
TURNER, ROMOND
HANSON, DENNIS W.
HESSLING, CASEY
RODRIGUEZ, ANDRES
RODRIGUEZ, JUAN A.
MORROW, MILLARD
ATHMER, THOMAS
CRESPO, RAMONA
GONZALEZ, JONATHAN
JONES, JESSICA & WILLIAMS, KATRINA & JONES,
SIDERIA ETAL.
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RICHARDS, MICHAEL
ALAYON, GUADALUPE D. & RODRIGUEZ, LUZ N.
PORTER-LILLY, MARISSA
THOMAS, TREMAIN
CROCKER, JOHN E.
BRINEY, BRITTANY
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CRESPO, RAMONA
FORD, SAMUEL B.
ROBINSON, CINDA & JONES, REBECCA
PARSON, BOBBIE J.
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WORKMAN, DAWNA
WORKMAN, DAWNA
BLACKBURN, JOHN M.
QUEEN, PATRICK
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HARBOUR, LONNIE
PETRASKY, BETH
ROBINSON, SHEILA
KASZYNSKI, KATIE
LEE, DENIS M.
MITCHELL, NOLAN
IRVIN, DAKOTA
ROBERTS, PAMELA J. & JOHNSON, TAFFINISHA
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CARMONA, FRANCISCO, JR.
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RODRIGUEZ, JUAN A.
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GILBERT, RANDY K.
POWELL, ANDRE
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JESCHKE, MARGARET
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10-CV-3614
10-CV-3622
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10-CV-3668
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10-CV-3694
10-CV-3697
10-CV-3708
10-CV-3710
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10-CV-3766
10-CV-3775
10-CV-3778
10-CV-3797
10-CV-3800
10-CV-3808
10-CV-3823
10-CV-3828
10-CV-3836
10-CV-3843
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SARIC, CRYSTAL
STURGEON, HARRY
VALLDENEU, LATRICE
EVANS, CHRISTOPHER
JUENGER, KENNETH
YOUNG, PATRICIA A.
POTOCKI, BRETT
LAZARO, EDUARDO, JR.
SCHWARZLOSE, KIMBERLY
WELCH, GREGORY, JR.
BELL, JAMES
CHENAULT, CLAIRESE
DRAG, MARIAN
ESTES, VANCE
PAPISH, SUSANNAH
STANTON, TAMYLA M.
BROWN, TERRANCE
GARCIA, HUMBERTO
KIRK, AARON
MLEKUSH-PRESLEY, CHRISTINE & WESTERFER, VICTOR
IA
RODRIGUEZ, APOLONIO
DYER, SAMUEL
JONES, MELVIN
CLARK, JENSSEN
ERVES, BRYANT
BERRY, CHARLES E., JR.
KANAPI, PATRICK
LIBERADZKA, MARGARET
NELSON, BYRON
REYNOLDS, CARL
SUNDAY, JAMES D.
LUNFORD, VALLIANT A.
PERRY, ANNEICE L.
FONSECA, ARNULFO
FRANCIS, MICHAEL
STOHLMEYER, MARLENE
THURMAN, JASON
WILSON, CALVIN
CLAYBORN, WALTER
KURECKI, EUGENE
VARGAS, DANIEL J.
FOOTE, CHRISTOPHER
FULTZ, MELISSA
MCELROY, JEREMIAH
THOMAS, MELODY L.
WISE, KENNETH
COOKE, PAUL
COOKE, PAUL
GRANT, CRYSTAL
MOSS, JOHN
RIGALI, SAMANTHA
ROGERS, DEVONJA A.
VASQUEZ, RAUL
BAILEY, SHALONDA
NIELSEN, LARRY
ACEVEDO, CECILIO & LARES, MARIA
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ELSAYEGH, MAGED
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MILLION, MICHELE A.
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DYKES, ROMON M.
MURPHY, WILLIAM E.
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SZOTT, PAMELA
MCGUIRE, MARJORIE
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GOMEZ, PABLO
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DISMISSED
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LANGSTON, JASON C.
MILLER, CHANEL
MIXON, CALVETTE WALKER
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VAUGHAN, JOHN
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DISMISSED
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DISMISSED
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TURNER, BLANDENA
BERRY, CHARLENE M.
RUSSELL, MICKEY
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HARPER, LA SHAWNDA
WALKER, ISIAH
JOHNSON, BERNARD, JR.
GUNN, JANICE
ROBINSON, WILLIE
TURNER, DEVON
BROWN, KENNETH, JR.
BROWN, KENNETH, JR.
FONDER, DYLAN
ELKINS, JERRY
MOORE, MATTIE
NAILING-BRIDGEFORD, ALANDRIA
WILL, BETH M.
AHMED, ZUBAIR
FORD, SAMUEL B.
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VASQUEZ, HENRY A.
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REITINGER, TONY
ZACHERY, WAYNE E.
GORNEY, THOMAS J.
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JONES, TIMOTHY
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HALE, WILLIAM
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RICE, CHIFFVETTE
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MASON, KENNETH W.
CRUZ, LUIS
STASSI, NICKOLAS G.
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COOKE, PAUL
LANG, DONNA
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HERNANDEZ, VICTOR
IMBRONONE, JESSICA
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10-CV-5351
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10-CV-5366
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10-CV-5392
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10-CV-5419
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10-CV-5430
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10-CV-5437
10-CV-5442
10-CV-5446
10-CV-5461
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JACKSON, ALISHIA
O'BRIEN, ERIN
FORD, CARL T.
GULTNEY, CHARLENE
MURPHY, ALVIN
BAILEY, CHRIS
BARR, PATTI
BLANC, VICK
DUNCAN, RAYMOND
GLIDEWELL, KATHY
WILLIAMS, DOUGLAS
FLEMON, JESSICA
JACKSON, JERMAINE
KOBCHYK, VOLODYMR
DAVIS, KATHY C.
PASS, FONTAIN
TALLEY, PORCSHA
WOODS, ERIC
BENNETT, LAKEYTIA
BRACKINS, ANGJELL & WOODSON, CHAD
GONZALEZ, PAZ
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HORTON, GEORGE & BURKS, BRENDA
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ODUM, LAVON
PECK, GARY E.
SLABY, JANUSZ
WEATHERSPOON, WILLIE D.
ZAMORA, GUADALUPE
BASHAW, COLLEEN
MEI, YUAN
GONZALEZ, GUILLERMO
HOWARD, ISAAC
KLUSEK, KRZYSZTOF
LONG, RYAN M.
SIMMONS, JEREMIAH
ANDERSON, LA SHON, II
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GREEN, TIFFANI
MCFADDEN, DEONTE J.
CAFFEY, ERIKA
GOMEZ, VICTOR
JACKSON, REMEL
LAING, RUTH F.
SAGE, MARIE
SHERROD, PORTLAND D.
SMITH, ASHLEY
SMITH, ASHLEY
STEWART, MICHELLE
HOWARD, MICHAEL
YOUNG, LYNETTE
BROWN, LEE
FERGUSON, CORNELL
MEDDERS, MICHAEL
MIXON, TREMAINE A.
PAVON, JORGE
HERNANDEZ, ALEXA
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WOOD, CHRISTOPHER G.
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ADAMS, EMMA
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PINNICK, LONNIE M., JR.
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WEBB, RYAN
MILLER, KRISTA N.
KYSER, ANN MARIE
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NAVARRO, STEPHANIE R.
POWELL, NEDRA
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RETEGUIN, SUSANA
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ANGELES, MIGUEL
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DENIED
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DENIED
$5,000.00
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RECONSIDERED DENIAL
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
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DENIED
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RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
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DISMISSED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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10-CV-5795
10-CV-5799
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CATO, ERICKA
DAVIS, STEVEN
HYDE, CODY
KING, DONNELL
LADD, EARL, JR.
LAMPKIN, SHIRA
MILLER, JOHN
MURPHY, BRENDA F.
PLEASANT, DARIUS
COMENDADOR, CENON
DODD, MARY F.
GARCIA, ALFREDO
MUNOZ, JULIUS O.
PAIGE, KEITH
BENNETT, JUSTIN C.
GUADARRAMA, ELIZABETH
MCCOY, ANDREA
DE LA ROSA, EZEQUIEL
MCCLINTON, DAN JUAN
MOORE, ANTHONY
SPETHMAN, GREGORY A.
TSAO, DEBBY
DAVIS, DERRICK
GENTIL, RAYMOND, JR.
INGRAM, WILLIE B.
LANDRITH, ADAM D.
MCCANN, DWAYNE
MCINERNEY, TODD
PEREZ, VICENTE M.
POLICANDRIOTES, TOD
REYNA, RAUL
WALKER, RANDY
WINSTON, PATRICIA E.
DAVIS, CARL L., JR.
DILLON, ROBERT
DURAN, VICENTE
HOLLINGSWORTH, MORYE
JOHNSON, DARRYL L.
KESSANTI, FARID
MADDEN, LAWRENCE R.
SMITH, JOSE A.
BUNKOFSKE, TODD
HENSON, JAMES
RAMP, WILLIAM D.
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MELUCCI, ROBERT
OSHODI, KHAFILU M.
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GREER, DARRYL
HARDIN, PASIA C.
MOJICA, YULIZET
PRESTON, CHRISTOPHER K.
RAY, JAWAN
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VAUGHN, JERRY D.
AKSMAN, ROBERT
GOMEZ, MARIA
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GOMEZ, ELVIS
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GWALTNEY, EDDIE W.
HUTT, KIA
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DENIED
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10-CV-5805
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11-CV-0254
11-CV-0259
11-CV-0262
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MACKE-BOOTH, JONAH
NAEEMULLAH, NASREEN
NELSON, LENORA
NYMAN, SARAH
OLIVA, ALAN P., SR.
PENN, TIMOTHY M.
PORTER, STEVEN A.
RUGE, DONNA
SIEBOLD, KEVIN
TIMM, AMANDA
ALLEN, DAVORICK J.
HARTLEY, LINDA
HAWKINS, CAROLYN D.
HAWKINS, MARIAN W.
HAWKINS, JEFFREY C.
LUNA, DANNY, JR.
WHISMAN, BRANDON
HARRIS, CURTIS
LONG, DONALD, JR.
LONG, DONALD, JR.
ROMERO, MILDRED & PAGAN, ANGELINA
SCHMIDT, TAMMY L.
THURMAN, TIFFANY L.
BERNATE, SONIA
BROCZKOWSKI, NORBERT
DODSON, MELISSA
LYMAS, JEANETTE
MOORE, VICKI L.
PLUSHKIS, GLORIA
PLUSHKIS, GLORIA
TADEO, CHIARA
TATE, DERRELL H.
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GONZALEZ, YOLANDA
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ORTIZ, JUAN A.
RANDALL, SHAYLA
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WISZ, ALBERT
CROUCHER, ABDIEL
DUNBAR, TAVIS D.
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SMITH, ALONZO
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MACCHIONE, MATTHEW
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TUCKER, TREVIN
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11-CV-0267
11-CV-0268
11-CV-0271
11-CV-0272
11-CV-0275
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11-CV-0355
11-CV-0356
11-CV-0358
11-CV-0362
11-CV-0368
11-CV-0369
11-CV-0374
11-CV-0377
11-CV-0378
11-CV-0386
11-CV-0389
11-CV-0391
11-CV-0396
11-CV-0401
11-CV-0407
11-CV-0409
11-CV-0419
11-CV-0420
11-CV-0424
11-CV-0426
11-CV-0428
11-CV-0429
11-CV-0436
11-CV-0439
11-CV-0441
11-CV-0457
11-CV-0462
11-CV-0464
11-CV-0470
11-CV-0471
11-CV-0480
11-CV-0483
11-CV-0488
11-CV-0494
11-CV-0499
11-CV-0505
11-CV-0506
11-CV-0509
11-CV-0511
11-CV-0514
11-CV-0517
11-CV-0524
11-CV-0525
11-CV-0528
11-CV-0532
11-CV-0538
11-CV-0540
11-CV-0542
11-CV-0543
11-CV-0544
11-CV-0549
11-CV-0552
11-CV-0553
11-CV-0554
MERCER, CHELSEA
NOON, JAWAD
OJEDA, MARIA
STACKHOUSE, VANESSA
THOMAS, OLLIE
WALL, DALIJA
ANDRADE, MIGUEL
GAZELLA, NICHOLAS
GUZMAN, GUADALUPE
DAVIS, LAWRENCE S.
FITZPATRICK, ALLEN S.
HALL, MARIE
HARRIS, ASHLEY
JENKINS, JEROME
LOPEZ-DOMINGUEZ, MARTIN
MCNEIL, TAMMY
NAVAREZ, JOSE L.
TABORN, ANGEL
TOKARCZYK, ELIZABETH J.
WEATHERS, PRENTISS
WHITAKER, SHERRIE D.
WHITAKER, SHERRIE D.
WHITLEY, JEFFREY L., JR.
WOODS, MITCHEL
BONDS, TERRENE
BOWMAN, JENNIFER
DORRIS, LOVALLE
HARDING, LINNELL
IM, SAMUEL M.
JENKINS, CLIFTON
MARQUIS, NORMA
WAYENKNECHT, ROBIN
PACK-RIDDLE, MARY
RIVAS, ROBERTO, JR.
THOMPSON, LAMARR
WARD, BILLY
CALUSINSKI, CHRIS
HAMEED, ALAZEEM
JAMES, MILDRED & JAMES, EVERETT C.
RICHARDS, YOULANDA
STREETER, CHARLES
CAMERON, ILENE
DOMINGUEZ, GILBERT
SCHWARTZ, TERESE M.
ACOSTA, SEBASTIAN
CORTES, JOSE L.
GONZALEZ, RAYMUNDO
HARRIS, HORATIO, JR.
HOEHNE, RORY
LOPEZ, EDGAR
MONTENEGRO, NICOLAS
MOUNT, VERNICA
TIMM, ROBERT J.
WOODS, ANTWAN
ZULMAI, HABB
KOSANDA, MATTHEW
OVERDORF, TYLER L.
FANNING, SHANNON
HEATON, JENNIFER L.
SALGADO, RAQUEL
ENIS, PATRICK D.
HILL, SHANTELL
MARBLE, BRENDA & WATKINS, LAURA
MCWILLIAMS, TYRONE
RODRIGUEZ, JOHN F.
SUTTON, ROSEMARY
SCHREK, ELIZABETH
CAMPBELL-CRIGLER, KIMBERLY
GARCIA, ANDRES, SR.
JOHNSON, SPANNIESHA
POCIUS, PAULA
VERA, VICTOR
FORD, JERMAINE
GRAY, DELILAH
PARRA, OLHA
PETERSON, TAMI
SCHRINER, CLINT
WATKINS, PENNY
BROWN, SHANA
LECH, MARIA
MCDONAGH, JOSEPH
385 DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$1,315.22
$5,652.00
DENIED
$8,496.96
$3,184.88
$597.00
$3,823.28
DENIED
DENIED
$678.00
DENIED
$817.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$4,344.97
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$3,959.29
DENIED
$12,024.24
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$8,558.25
$664.00
$3,520.00
$26,987.50
$7,929.83
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$842.00
DENIED
$570.91
DENIED
DENIED
$3,124.57
DISMISSED
$2,607.00
$11,977.00
DENIED
$8,870.80
$24,999.00
$3,993.97
$1,947.00
$2,270.42
$3,167.61
$27,000.00
$1,155.68
$5,024.09
$8,426.00
$5,000.00
DENIED
$475.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$1,038.30
DENIED
$997.00
$27,000.00
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$406.00
$28.32
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$1,316.67
11-CV-0558
11-CV-0567
11-CV-0570
11-CV-0575
11-CV-0583
11-CV-0589
11-CV-0591
11-CV-0593
11-CV-0596
11-CV-0598
11-CV-0602
11-CV-0607
11-CV-0613
11-CV-0614
11-CV-0617
11-CV-0623
11-CV-0624
11-CV-0625
11-CV-0626
11-CV-0628
11-CV-0631
11-CV-0633
11-CV-0638
11-CV-0639
11-CV-0653
11-CV-0654
11-CV-0655
11-CV-0661
11-CV-0670
11-CV-0673
11-CV-0677
11-CV-0680
11-CV-0682
11-CV-0683
11-CV-0689
11-CV-0699
11-CV-0706
11-CV-0707
11-CV-0708
11-CV-0711
11-CV-0714
11-CV-0715
11-CV-0716
11-CV-0720
11-CV-0722
11-CV-0725
11-CV-0731
11-CV-0733
11-CV-0734
11-CV-0735
11-CV-0736
11-CV-0743
11-CV-0744
11-CV-0746
11-CV-0751
11-CV-0758
11-CV-0763
11-CV-0779
11-CV-0780
11-CV-0781
11-CV-0788
11-CV-0796
11-CV-0799
11-CV-0811
11-CV-0815
11-CV-0819
11-CV-0828
11-CV-0833
11-CV-0835
11-CV-0837
11-CV-0839
11-CV-0846
11-CV-0850
11-CV-0852
11-CV-0854
11-CV-0855
11-CV-0857
11-CV-0861
11-CV-0864
11-CV-0866
THRASHER, TAMAR
GREEN. LINDA
KELLY, MAURICE
MCGOWAN, MARCUS
WILLIAMS, RENATA
CRUZ, ORLANDO
FRINGER, ANTHONY
GILES, ANTHONY
JOHNSON, PATRICIA
KANE, PATRICIA P.
ROBINSON, NONA
BANKS, CAROLYN
JEFFERS, JASON
JOHNSON, KARISSA & BUCHANAN, IMOGENE & ROBERTS
LISA L.
NAMBO, FROYLAN
WALKER, HAROLD L.
WENGREN, DAVINA L.
WRIGHT, ALETA S.
WYCKOFF, LAURA
BALDWIN, WILLIAM E.
BREEDLOVE, RENEE L.
CRUZ, ALEXANDER
HENDERSON, DANIN
JACKSON, KAYLA
MAYS, DEJUAN K.
MEEKS, REGINALD P.
MELENDEZ, DANNY
PAZ, NERY YESENIA
SANCHEZ, GABRIELA
TOWNES, JUANITA
TYSON, SHANIKA
WILFORD, MARK
WORTHY, RASHAWN
WYATT, BOYSIE, JR.
GRANDEL, DIANA
ORES, STEPHEN
WEBB, BRANDON J.
WEBB, WENDE U.
WILLIAMS, KANDYCE
BUSH, ANTOINE T.
HERMAN, COLIN
ISLAM, SAQIB
MCCARTHY, BARBARA
ROHMAN, JARED
SEARS, SABRINA P.
WILLIAMS, ANGELA
DAVIS, JOHN F.
FRANKLIN, STEPHEN J.
GARCIA, JESUS
GARRETT, LOLETHA
GREGORY, SHEDRICK B.
LATTA, IRV
LOPEZ, ESTELA
RODGERS, APRIL
BOOKER, CORINE
FOSTER, MARIA
MABREY, SUSAN
REYNA, PETER, JR.
RICHARDS, TONY
RICHARDSON, CHERITA L.
WATKINS, CARLA & CHATMAN, PEGGIE & O'GRADY, MAGGIE
DELANEY, ERNEST R.
HARE, ANGELA
CLARK, JOSHUA M.
GREENLEE, TERRANCE
JACKSON, JANET C.
SEAGO, LAURIE M.
ZIOLKO, SEAN
CASTRO, JAIME
IOVA, GHEORGHE
JONES, ROBERT R.
ULLOA, SAMUEL O.
BOCLAIRE, DONNA
CASTANEDA, JUAN C.
GOODMAN, CLAUDETTE
HOPKINS, KENNETH
JAY, CHRISTOPHER A.
LYONS, JOHN
NEUMAN, JAMES
ROBERSON, SANDRA S.
386 DENIED
$3,697.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$2,661.44
DENIED
$1,783.62
$27,000.00
DISMISSED
DENIED
$1,042.52
DENIED
$5,000.00
$78.00
$24,974.60
$4,337.09
DENIED
$100.00
$574.00
DENIED
$711.14
$1,130.00
$7,232.52
$6,965.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
$1,713.00
$231.40
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
$444.00
DISMISSED
DENIED
$5,000.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DISMISSED
$23,919.00
$7,998.00
DENIED
$5,182.80
$5,780.00
$4,725.00
$1,045.45
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$525.00
$8,455.40
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$5,000.00
$1,847.50
$1,245.01
$23,876.77
$96.00
$5,491.20
DENIED
$5,300.70
DENIED
$9,259.96
$2,109.00
$799.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$19,313.99
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,178.92
$57.00
11-CV-0867
11-CV-0868
11-CV-0872
11-CV-0875
11-CV-0878
11-CV-0886
11-CV-0889
11-CV-0895
11-CV-0897
11-CV-0899
11-CV-0902
11-CV-0905
11-CV-0907
11-CV-0908
11-CV-0909
11-CV-0914
11-CV-0918
11-CV-0919
11-CV-0923
11-CV-0925
11-CV-0930
11-CV-0934
11-CV-0944
11-CV-0945
11-CV-0950
11-CV-0951
11-CV-0953
11-CV-0955
11-CV-0956
11-CV-0961
11-CV-0962
11-CV-0964
11-CV-0966
11-CV-0970
11-CV-0972
11-CV-0974
11-CV-0980
11-CV-0981
11-CV-0997
11-CV-1003
11-CV-1005
11-CV-1010
11-CV-1011
11-CV-1012
11-CV-1016
11-CV-1021
11-CV-1023
11-CV-1024
11-CV-1026
11-CV-1027
11-CV-1032
11-CV-1034
11-CV-1038
11-CV-1039
11-CV-1040
11-CV-1048
11-CV-1049
11-CV-1050
11-CV-1053
11-CV-1054
11-CV-1055
11-CV-1056
11-CV-1059
11-CV-1069
11-CV-1078
11-CV-1079
11-CV-1080
11-CV-1084
11-CV-1089
11-CV-1092
11-CV-1094
11-CV-1095
11-CV-1096
11-CV-1103
11-CV-1106
11-CV-1109
11-CV-1111
11-CV-1113
11-CV-1115
11-CV-1116
11-CV-1118
SALAMAN, JOSE
SIMMONS, TAKIYA M.
FULLER, KYNDON J.
CATO, ERICKA
DIAZ, MARVIN G.
RITCHIE, JOHNATHAN A.
SANCHEZ, JUAN
WILSON, RONALD, SR.
AGEE, LOUISE H.
CARRERA, EDWIN
DELGADO, JOSEPH
GUZMAN, JEREMY
KING, ROY, SR.
KORCHEVSKA, OKSANA
MCLAREN, LAMONTE
PRUITT, STEPHAN
THOMPSON, LEONARD
WYATT, MATTIE
ANDERSON, ROBERT
BRADLO, BARBARA
FARMER, WILLIAM J.
GUTIERREZ, EMMANUEL
PUCHETAMALAGA, CLAUDIO
RITSCHEL, JASON
SUDDETH, JEFFREY D.
THOMAS, ALICE
ANDERSON, ANDRE D.
CASTREJON, ELI E.
CURIEL-AGUILA, JOSE
KARPINSKI, WITOLD
KIM, MIK
LEDESMA, LARRY
MCDOWELL, LAVINCE
OLMOS, ESTHER
SALES, JORGE
STIMSON, ANNA
WILLIAMS, SONTARIUS
WILSON, JOHN
PENSON, KEVIN L.
THOMAS, DEBRA
WATERS, CHRISTINA
DUFF, AVERY
HARP, SHIRLEY J.
HINOJOSA, ROLANDO
SHEALLY, WHITNEY T.
BOYD, WILLIAM C.
DEDEAUX, ROCHELLE
DOMINO, DEBRA
GRIFFIN, FREDERICK, JR.
HENDRICKS, ANQUENNETT
LEE, TANGANIKA
REGELIN, KIERSTEN
VAZQUEZ, MIGUEL A.
ALEXANDER, ERICA
BAKER, YOLANDA
KOONTZ, JUSTIN
LEANOS, JESSICA
MARTIN, KRISTON D.
PETERSON, RONNIE & BOYD, JOYCE
SALINAS, BRIANA
SLATER, WANDA R.
STREETER, BESSIE H.
ANTHONY, JERROD R.
HOOPER, QAADIR
MILLER, HETTIE
PELAYO, CARLOS
PERSON, JERRY
TUFFS, DAVID
GERRITSEN, DAVID
KOZLOWSKI, CHRISTIAN
MERCHEL, EWA
MERCHEL, EWA
MERCHEL, EWA
BATTIE, OLIVIA
BRIDGET, RODNEY
COOLEY, TAMIKA
FERNANDEZ, JESSICA
HALE, LEON
HERRINGTON, BRANDON
HOOK, STEVEN R.
LOPEZ, RAMON
$996.00
$2,750.58
DENIED
DENIED
$5,063.00
$281.00
DENIED
$5,941.08
$3,887.40
$2,416.00
DENIED
$2,662.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$1,843.90
DENIED
$22,081.92
DENIED
DENIED
$817.00
$509.00
$873.00
$4,160.00
$27,000.00
$21,115.17
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$2,872.24
DISMISSED
$6,441.40
$6,045.35
$409.99
$10,204.00
$834.00
$3,302.18
$527.32
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
$5,000.00
$3,121.98
$27,000.00
$30.47
$1,790.30
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
DENIED
$2,964.90
$1,017.00
$1,538.53
DISMISSED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$5,000.00
DENIED
$949.28
$5,000.00
$17,079.79
DENIED
DENIED
$7,907.00
$5,170.42
DENIED
$604.42
$234.15
DENIED
$18,233.60
$458.00
DENIED
$1,760.80
$27,000.00
DENIED
$27.32
387 11-CV-1121
11-CV-1127
11-CV-1130
11-CV-1137
11-CV-1138
11-CV-1149
11-CV-1153
11-CV-1156
11-CV-1158
11-CV-1162
11-CV-1169
11-CV-1171
11-CV-1172
11-CV-1173
11-CV-1174
11-CV-1175
11-CV-1176
11-CV-1180
11-CV-1183
11-CV-1188
11-CV-1195
11-CV-1205
11-CV-1206
11-CV-1208
11-CV-1209
11-CV-1219
11-CV-1224
11-CV-1227
11-CV-1228
11-CV-1230
11-CV-1231
11-CV-1234
11-CV-1237
11-CV-1243
11-CV-1251
11-CV-1254
11-CV-1256
11-CV-1259
11-CV-1262
11-CV-1275
11-CV-1288
11-CV-1300
11-CV-1302
11-CV-1303
11-CV-1309
11-CV-1319
11-CV-1320
11-CV-1331
11-CV-1334
11-CV-1336
11-CV-1337
11-CV-1340
11-CV-1348
11-CV-1350
11-CV-1351
11-CV-1352
11-CV-1361
11-CV-1367
11-CV-1369
11-CV-1373
11-CV-1376
11-CV-1379
11-CV-1382
11-CV-1384
11-CV-1385
11-CV-1387
11-CV-1397
11-CV-1401
11-CV-1404
11-CV-1405
11-CV-1412
11-CV-1414
11-CV-1416
11-CV-1417
11-CV-1421
11-CV-1422
11-CV-1423
11-CV-1425
11-CV-1434
11-CV-1444
11-CV-1445
SANFORD, RECCA
WOODBURN, JOHN C.
BELL, LATASHA
FAHEY, RYAN
GREGORY, DUSTIN
SMITH, ALBERT
WARD, CHRISTOPHER
CAMPOS, ANTHONY
CLARK, ANTHONY R.
HENDRIX, LORETTA
OSHO, ELINA
RUSSELL, MICKEY
SANCHEZ, JUAN
WISE, KELLY
WISE, KELLY
WISE, KELLY
WISE, KELLY
ALVARADO, ROBERT F.
BOYCE, CHARMETHA
DAVIS, KEVIN
GREEN, NATASHA
MADISON, MARGIE
MILBURN, HEATHER
MILLER, ROBERT
MYLES, KEITH A.
SERRANO, JOSE L.
VIANE, MATTHEW
WILLIAMS, KATHERINE JEAN
ADAMS, SAM
ANGSTEN, PHILLIP
COOPER, CAROLYN M.
HUGHES, DONALD
LANE, TONI A.
SOSTRE, MELISSA
DAVIS, FREDERICK L., JR.
DYER, IDA
GARCIA, ALEJANDRO
HUMPHRES, JEREMY
LITTLE, PIERRE J.
SANDERS, JESSE
BLACK, ASHLEY
HEMMERICH, TERRENCE L.
RICHARDSON, CHERITA L.
SHRESTHA, SABNAM
AVMEDOSKI, DENIS
MARTIN, EDWARD
MAYA, LUIS
HALL, DERRICK A.
JOHNSON, NICHOLAS & ASHFORD, MATTIE
JONES, MICHAEL
LAWSON, JOHN D.
LINCOLN, LORETTA
ORTIZ, ANA LAURA
PICCO, JOHN T.
RAND, TERRY
ROJAS, DIGNA
THOMPSON, MARGO
WILLIAMS, DUBOIS S.
YOUNG, JETON
.
GRAY, MARCUS
MARTIN, ORLANDAS
MARTINEZ, ARCADIA
ROBINSON, ANTHONY
SLATTERY, SHAUN
MARTIN, CARLEE
WELLS, ANTWAN
HUNTER, MARY D.
LEON, NOE
MCNEIL, TAMMY
MILLAN, OMAR
RODRIGUEZ, CARMEN D.
RUIZ GARCIA, JESUS
RUIZ GARCIA, JESUS
RUIZ GARCIA, JESUS
ULRICH, SARAH
WELCH, DASHAY
ZIZUMBO, LICCI
BARRERA, JOSE M.
MCCRAY, LACEY R. & BRADLEY, LYDIA A.
DAWSON, LEOLA
ELLIS, KEENAN L.
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$542.00
$7,361.74
DENIED
$293.40
DENIED
$1,143.00
$9,337.00
$5,000.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$5,000.00
DISMISSED
$4,126.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$12,594.20
DENIED
$37.20
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$4,017.55
$2,097.15
$568.20
DENIED
$968.00
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$9.00
$5,000.00
$70.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
$1,961.79
DENIED
$11,773.05
$8,571.29
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,539.40
$1,915.00
$1,386.00
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
$1,479.14
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,079.50
$664.00
$1,275.85
$158.46
$817.00
$870.00
DENIED
$2,878.00
$27,000.00
$3,175.46
$1,096.45
DENIED
$926.00
$427.00
$831.00
DENIED
$2,956.00
$831.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$748.90
$12.70
DENIED
DENIED
$2,942.00
$5,000.00
$1,253.56
11-CV-1447
11-CV-1450
11-CV-1453
11-CV-1456
11-CV-1460
11-CV-1466
11-CV-1467
11-CV-1468
11-CV-1475
11-CV-1477
11-CV-1479
11-CV-1480
11-CV-1482
11-CV-1485
11-CV-1496
11-CV-1500
11-CV-1501
11-CV-1506
11-CV-1507
11-CV-1509
11-CV-1510
11-CV-1514
11-CV-1515
11-CV-1523
11-CV-1528
11-CV-1529
11-CV-1534
11-CV-1535
11-CV-1536
11-CV-1538
11-CV-1539
11-CV-1541
11-CV-1542
11-CV-1548
11-CV-1549
11-CV-1552
11-CV-1553
11-CV-1556
11-CV-1560
11-CV-1561
11-CV-1571
11-CV-1573
11-CV-1574
11-CV-1575
11-CV-1580
11-CV-1581
11-CV-1582
11-CV-1590
11-CV-1592
11-CV-1594
11-CV-1599
11-CV-1608
11-CV-1616
11-CV-1619
11-CV-1622
11-CV-1628
11-CV-1639
11-CV-1642
11-CV-1647
11-CV-1652
11-CV-1654
11-CV-1656
11-CV-1659
11-CV-1660
11-CV-1662
11-CV-1671
11-CV-1674
11-CV-1675
11-CV-1676
11-CV-1678
11-CV-1687
11-CV-1689
11-CV-1690
11-CV-1693
11-CV-1696
11-CV-1697
11-CV-1699
11-CV-1700
11-CV-1702
11-CV-1707
11-CV-1708
GIVENS, RIMMANA
LARSEN, JASON
NICKOLS, MATTHEW C.
ROMAN, DEMETRIO
SIMMS, JOSEPH P.
VESEY, COURTNEY
VLADIC, DRASKO
WARD, MARQUEZ D.
DAVIS, SCOTT
DOUBEK, JACQUELINE J.
GAGNE, JUANITA
GORDON, DAVID L., JR.
HAYNES, MICHAEL
INCANDELA, NICOLETTA
SIMS, LENORE D.
CARTER, CORNELIA
CICCONE, NICHOLAS J.
HAYES, MONIQUE
HERMOSILLO, HECTOR
HILL, EDWARD
LOPEZ, FROILAN
PANIAGUA, ZITA
RIVERA, LUZ M.
VUICHARD, JONAH
GAUSTAD, ADAM
HILL, ANTHONY
ROGERS, MATTHEW J.
ROSARIO, JOSEPH
RIIS, KIMBERLY
BAUGH, CELESTINE
BRIDGEWATER, LAVAR
CARLOS, SABRINA
CARLOS, SABRINA
GUTIERREZ, JUAN D.
HAYNES, ELI, III
MARTINEZ, JANET
MUHAMMAD, LA RAD
NUNNALLY, JAMES
BOUBO, PAUL
CABRERA, CLAUDIO
IVEY, NEEDHAM
JOHNSON, ARTHUR L.
LUTILO, MARTINE
MARTINEZ, ELIEZER
RANGEL, RUDY, SR.
REARS, STEVEN
REYNAGA, MELINA
SPEARS, MANQUINYELLE
THOMPSON, SOUNJA
VERA, VICTOR
ALEXANDER, WILLIE
JOHNSON, MARQUIS
RIVERA, JAVIER
SHCHYR, ULYANA
WICKER, JOHN
CLARK, LYNNETTE
MCCORMACK, JOY H.
NOWAK, VICTORIA
VANDA, KELLY
BRIDGEWATER, LYNN
HATCHER, BRANDON
JOHNSON, JHAMAL K.
MAGOUIRK, ALLEGRA
MARTINEZ, CARMEN
MACK, RA'SAAN
ADAMS, JEREMY
BANKS, GREGORY
BEAIRD, STACY
BROCK, BYRON
BROWN, SUNDIATA
COTTON, BERTHA L.
DAVIDSON, LAKESHIA
STELLY, STEPHANIE
EARWIN, CANDICE
GREEN, EDWARD A.
GREEN, MICHAEL L.
JACKSON, LAMONT
JOHNSON, JOHNNIE
KEEVY, KIMBERLY
LUTES, CODY
MARQUEZ, PORFIRIA
$2,800.00
$14,468.88
DENIED
$11,677.50
DENIED
$3,230.00
$10,239.18
DENIED
$4,854.56
$2,454.13
DENIED
$2,108.15
$921.42
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,932.00
$2,135.00
$1,078.24
DENIED
$11,855.00
$2,146.00
DENIED
DENIED
$1,709.43
DENIED
$3,009.25
$448.00
$2,797.78
$5,000.00
DENIED
$1,035.00
DENIED
$75.00
$1,423.31
$3,381.00
$4,578.88
DENIED
$7,375.71
DENIED
$57.00
$153.95
DENIED
DENIED
$4,391.18
$1,848.00
$1,320.00
DENIED
$15,774.25
DISMISSED
$4,908.91
$18,104.00
$4,319.21
$6,900.00
$2,187.64
DENIED
$9,198.99
$48.95
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$9,348.44
DENIED
$14,620.87
DENIED
DISMISSED
$3,527.40
$1,969.00
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
$2,110.36
DENIED
DENIED
$4,168.18
DISMISSED
DENIED
$912.00
DENIED
DENIED
$1,758.70
$27,000.00
389 11-CV-1709
11-CV-1710
11-CV-1724
11-CV-1731
11-CV-1732
11-CV-1734
11-CV-1738
11-CV-1740
11-CV-1743
11-CV-1744
11-CV-1745
11-CV-1749
11-CV-1751
11-CV-1760
11-CV-1763
11-CV-1765
11-CV-1777
11-CV-1780
11-CV-1781
11-CV-1782
11-CV-1785
11-CV-1786
11-CV-1788
11-CV-1791
11-CV-1794
11-CV-1795
11-CV-1796
11-CV-1798
11-CV-1800
11-CV-1801
11-CV-1806
11-CV-1808
11-CV-1810
11-CV-1812
11-CV-1813
11-CV-1820
11-CV-1824
11-CV-1825
11-CV-1830
11-CV-1832
11-CV-1835
11-CV-1838
11-CV-1840
11-CV-1841
11-CV-1844
11-CV-1846
11-CV-1847
11-CV-1850
11-CV-1855
11-CV-1856
11-CV-1862
11-CV-1863
11-CV-1864
11-CV-1865
11-CV-1867
11-CV-1868
11-CV-1869
11-CV-1875
11-CV-1879
11-CV-1883
11-CV-1886
11-CV-1894
11-CV-1896
11-CV-1899
11-CV-1901
11-CV-1903
11-CV-1904
11-CV-1905
11-CV-1908
11-CV-1914
11-CV-1915
11-CV-1918
11-CV-1920
11-CV-1922
11-CV-1923
11-CV-1924
11-CV-1926
11-CV-1929
11-CV-1931
11-CV-1932
11-CV-1936
MCKEE, TERESA L.
MCKEE, TERESA L.
VALLADARES, SHARON
COOPER, CURTIS
DOMINGUEZ, MARTA
FRANK, MICHAEL
HAMMOND, AMANDA E.
HUNT, LEANDRE
JONES, NAKIA F.
LAIN, AMANDA
LEACH, FELICIA
NEMETH, HEATHER
PERKINS, TAMARA
SCOTT, TIFFANY N.
STEFFEN, MATTHEW R.
STONE, MARK S., JR.
YU, IVY
ARIAS, ALBERTO
BAILEY, TANYA
BARILLAS, BRAULIO
BORAH, SHELLEY J.
BOWIE, BILLY
BROOKS, CANDACE
DUBOSE, SCIPIO
GUERRERO, VICTOR M., JR.
HAMANN, DARRELL
HARMON, TOMMY LEE
HILDEBRANDT, RICHARD
IKNER, VAN K.
IMSEEH, DIALA
KOCHTA, PETR
LOPEZ, AUGUSTINE
MENSAH, LARNELL
MURPHY, SANDRA G.
NASH, LAURA
SUDDUTH, JESSE D.
BRENGETTCY, JUDY
BRENGETTCY, JUDY
HOUPE, FREDERICK
JARVIS, STEPHANIE
LOVE, ALLISON
POLK, CLAREACE
QUARLES, REGINA
RENTMEESTER, SANDRA
SCHELLING, TERRI
SILAS, THOMAS
SONA, KARI L.
TONGE, SARA
WILLIAMS, EDDIE R., III
WINDMON, NORA P.
ERDMANN, BRANDON C.
GASH, TERESA L.
KENNEDY, ANTERRIO
ELLIOTT LAMAR A.
ROBESON, LANAE
SANCHEZ, CINDY
SANCHEZ, CATALINA
BUIE, TYSHAWN
DEL TORO, OCTAVIO
GREEN, NATASHA
HUERTA, HECTOR
STEPHENS, TRACY M.
TAYLOR, CYNTHIA
YELVERTON, STEVEN
ZONNO, NICOLA
BANKS, ROOSEVELT
BARRIOS, CELSO
BELMER, ELLA
CHILDRESS, JEFFREY
GRIMES, LYNNZE
GUZMAN, DOMINGA
MENDOZA, NELSON
ROBINSON, CHERYL F.
SAGE, MARIE
SEWARD, SOPHIA
MITCHELL, WILLIE J.
ALSBURY, JERRY
BLACK, LONNY W.
CUESTA, JESSIE, JR.
CUSTER, MORTEZ D.
GREEN, TERRY R.
DENIED
$545.40
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$3,961.00
$744.06
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$200.00
DISMISSED
$1,285.25
$15,018.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$2,412.90
DENIED
$664.00
$1,797.38
DENIED
$5,000.00
$5,000.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$17,545.84
$2,077.00
$27,000.00
DENIED
$13,322.25
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$7,366.00
$507.04
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$810.00
$2,973.31
$2,500.00
$3,473.97
DENIED
DENIED
$804.40
$6,948.87
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$23,800.90
DENIED
DENIED
$621.44
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$808.13
$2,096.00
$272.70
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$5,000.00
$3,500.00
DENIED
$12,878.95
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$137.89
DENIED
$3,013.00
DENIED
$890.17
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$5,379.41
$14,651.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
390 11-CV-1939
11-CV-1941
11-CV-1944
11-CV-1946
11-CV-1947
11-CV-1951
11-CV-1952
11-CV-1953
11-CV-1955
11-CV-1956
11-CV-1965
11-CV-1967
11-CV-1970
11-CV-1972
11-CV-1973
11-CV-1975
11-CV-1976
11-CV-1978
11-CV-1983
11-CV-1985
11-CV-1996
11-CV-1997
11-CV-1999
11-CV-2001
11-CV-2009
11-CV-2012
11-CV-2014
11-CV-2016
11-CV-2017
11-CV-2018
11-CV-2019
11-CV-2021
11-CV-2024
11-CV-2025
11-CV-2028
11-CV-2032
11-CV-2033
11-CV-2035
11-CV-2036
11-CV-2037
11-CV-2043
11-CV-2049
11-CV-2050
11-CV-2054
11-CV-2055
11-CV-2057
11-CV-2059
11-CV-2060
11-CV-2063
11-CV-2067
11-CV-2068
11-CV-2070
11-CV-2071
11-CV-2073
11-CV-2074
11-CV-2076
11-CV-2078
11-CV-2079
11-CV-2080
11-CV-2081
11-CV-2083
11-CV-2084
11-CV-2086
11-CV-2098
11-CV-2100
11-CV-2101
11-CV-2102
11-CV-2104
11-CV-2105
11-CV-2106
11-CV-2108
11-CV-2110
11-CV-2111
11-CV-2115
11-CV-2116
11-CV-2118
11-CV-2120
11-CV-2121
11-CV-2122
11-CV-2128
11-CV-2130
HARRIS, MARCIA & LEWIS, TYNESHIA
HOUCK, CHRISTOPHER
ELLIS, LORETTA
JOHNSON, DARRON A.
JOHNSON, EDDIE
KOURAKIS, BRAD E.
KRENZER, ARTHUR L.
LANDA, ALFONSO
LUVERT-HENRY, YOLAN T.
LUVERT-HENRY, YOLAN T.
NAVES, J. INES
OLIVER, NEWTON
REYES, BRIAN
RODRIGUEZ, MARIA
ROSS, MELINDA
SALEH, TAYSEER
SCHROEDER, GREGORY J.
SMITH, KINDRA
STOVALL, DERWIN
WATSON, ANGELO
BELL, TWILONDA
BENNETT, DAJUAN
BURGER, KYLE D.
CHAVEZ, GUADALUPE
KING, KENDRA & LYONS, PATRICIA & MOSELEY, CAROL
MILLER, ANITA
NEWTON, SHILLA J.
SANDOVAL, JAIME
SCHOFIELD, ALISON
SMITH, MARSHALL, JR.
COLEMAN, LAMARA
WHITEHEAD, PATRICE
BIESTERFELD, SARAH D.
BIESTERFELD, RONALD L.
JONES, BILLY A.
LYTLE, MEGAN
PEREZ, DEMARIS
CONTRERAS, CARLOS M.
REMTER, ERIC SCOT
RICE, DEBRA
CARRIGAN, TIMOTHY P.
ISLAS, RENE
LONGEWAY, MICHAEL J.
PATTON, DEMARR
PEREIRA, MICHELLE
ROBINSON, HARVEY
SCHWANTERS, ALEXANDRIA
SHAY, CHRISTIE L.
TRIBBLE, DEBORAH A.
YOUNG, GERALDINE
ACEVEZ, STACEY M.
COLE, MICHELLE
CONLAN, NICHOLAS
DODD, MARY F.
DOYLE, BRIANNA M.
FRANKLIN, DEANTRELL
GOMEZ, ANNA
GRIFFIN, ALMA
HARRISON, ANDREW
HENDERSON, DESIREE
HESS, JULIE
HILL, CHARLES J.
LANE, KERRY
RODRIGUEZ, GLORIA M.
RUTHERFORD, KATHERINE
SHARP, KRISTINE
SIERZEGA, MARK E.
THOMPSON, TERRY
TILLESEN, LISA
TINAJERO, JOSE
WALFORD, CECIL
VALENTINE, LISA
ABDULLAH, MUHAMMAD
BAUMA, NICHOLAS
BOLER, MAURICE
CLARK, ANDRE
CRUMES, CODY L.
DIAZ, ADRIAN
EYTINA, YOVELAH
HANNAH, JOHN
HICKS, BRYAN W.
391 $5,000.00
$7,579.95
DENIED
$4,413.11
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
$3,397.50
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$3,148.33
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$4,460.90
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$1,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
$1,837.30
$562.08
$984.99
DENIED
$3,089.95
$711.00
DENIED
DENIED
$792.00
$18,824.77
$764.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$912.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$18,540.54
$142.30
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,228.00
$5,000.00
$1,064.00
$4,133.00
DENIED
$489.45
DENIED
$1,161.00
$1,451.61
$393.00
$1,456.96
DENIED
DENIED
$984.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,275.07
$721.73
DENIED
$6,300.32
$3,709.74
DENIED
$5,454.56
$2,748.00
11-CV-2131
11-CV-2133
11-CV-2135
11-CV-2137
11-CV-2138
11-CV-2139
11-CV-2141
11-CV-2142
11-CV-2143
11-CV-2144
11-CV-2145
11-CV-2151
11-CV-2152
11-CV-2153
11-CV-2157
11-CV-2158
11-CV-2160
11-CV-2163
11-CV-2165
11-CV-2166
11-CV-2174
11-CV-2175
11-CV-2176
11-CV-2178
11-CV-2180
11-CV-2182
11-CV-2186
11-CV-2188
11-CV-2191
11-CV-2196
11-CV-2197
11-CV-2198
11-CV-2199
11-CV-2201
11-CV-2205
11-CV-2208
11-CV-2211
11-CV-2213
11-CV-2216
11-CV-2219
11-CV-2220
11-CV-2221
11-CV-2222
11-CV-2226
11-CV-2228
11-CV-2229
11-CV-2230
11-CV-2231
11-CV-2235
11-CV-2239
11-CV-2240
11-CV-2242
11-CV-2243
11-CV-2245
11-CV-2246
11-CV-2248
11-CV-2251
11-CV-2253
11-CV-2254
11-CV-2255
11-CV-2256
11-CV-2260
11-CV-2262
11-CV-2263
11-CV-2264
11-CV-2268
11-CV-2269
11-CV-2272
11-CV-2275
11-CV-2278
11-CV-2285
11-CV-2286
11-CV-2287
11-CV-2288
11-CV-2289
11-CV-2290
11-CV-2291
11-CV-2292
11-CV-2293
11-CV-2294
11-CV-2299
TOPOR, TINA MARIE
JOHNSON, ISHANTI
LYNUMN, WAYNE MAURICE
MCGHEE, RICKY
MIDDLECOAT, BRENDA C.
MIDDLECOAT, NEIL G.
MROCZEK, ANNA
MUNDT, GUS
MURARSHEED, XAVIER K. K.
NAOUM, PHOEBE
OLIVAS, AUDON
ZENTKO, RAYMOND
BROWN, JOSEPH A.
CARDONA, ROGER
FLORES, LUCIO
FUNCHESS, ANSEL
GRIFFIN, PAMELA E. & ASHE, FRANCES
JOHNSON, KENNETH L., JR.
KNOX, CHRISTOPHER
MACON, TIERRA
RICE, KENYATA
RODGERS, REGINALD, JR.
SANDERS, SHAYLA
SIMS, SADAIREE
SODERLUND, VALERIE
STIMAGE, SAMUEL
ANDERSON, KEWONN
ANDRADE, DARIO
COLEMAM. JESSICA
GRAY, ERIC
HAAS, JERIN
HARRIS, JACQUELINE
HOBSON, STEPHANIE
RUSSELL, ALBERT G., JR.
WARNSLEY, STEPHANIE
BOUWENS, ROXANNE
ESCALANTE, JUAN
GARCIA, RICHARD M. C.
JONES-HEATH, THERESA
LANE, TONI A.
LESTER, JACKIE
MARKS, CHARLES E., JR.
MEANS, DANIELLE
MONTERO, OSCAR
ODEN, MYRA
ODEN, MYRA
OLIVEIRA, ANGELA
OPALKA, KEVIN M.
PAGE, LARRY
ROGERS, MICHAEL
ROSS, CARMENNETT
SANGABRIEL, JOSE
SANDERS, PORSCHE
SORIA, LUZ
STOVALL, HELENA
SYKES, PATRICIA A.
TRUSS, ALBANY
VILLMER, JONATHAN C.
VILLMER, JONATHAN C.
VILLMER, JONATHAN C.
VILLMER, JONATHAN C.
WESTERFIELD, STEVEN L. & WESTERFIELD, SHERRI L
WINFIELD, TERRANCE
ADAMS, ANNALYSE
ALVAREZ, OLGA
BROWN, BRIAN
CARPENTER, ADDO
GREEN, JEANEEKA M.
MEDINA, MERCEDES
STATON, DANNY O.
CALVERT, COREY D.
CANNON, BRIAN
CONCEPCION, AXEL
DAMIAN, CESAR
EVERETT-SUMMERS, STEPHANIE
EVERETT-SUMMERS, STEPHANIE
FORNEY, RHONDA S.
FOURMAN, GEOFFREY M.
HALL, TABITHA L.
HATCHER, JAMES S.
NIXON, THOMAS W.
392 $7,968.25
$803.64
$678.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$18,906.33
$25,874.02
$1,981.20
DISMISSED
$3,817.56
$5,531.00
DENIED
$2,941.40
DENIED
$5,112.00
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$1,289.49
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$934.75
DENIED
DENIED
$22,157.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$160.00
$281.80
$275.34
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,083.98
$24,587.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,851.46
$40.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$15,213.07
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,136.36
$1,543.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,008.37
$150.00
$200.00
$806.00
11-CV-2301
11-CV-2302
11-CV-2304
11-CV-2305
11-CV-2309
11-CV-2310
11-CV-2316
11-CV-2317
11-CV-2319
11-CV-2322
11-CV-2324
11-CV-2325
11-CV-2326
11-CV-2327
11-CV-2328
11-CV-2330
11-CV-2332
11-CV-2333
11-CV-2336
11-CV-2337
11-CV-2338
11-CV-2345
11-CV-2346
11-CV-2351
11-CV-2353
11-CV-2354
11-CV-2355
11-CV-2356
11-CV-2357
11-CV-2358
11-CV-2360
11-CV-2361
11-CV-2362
11-CV-2363
11-CV-2366
11-CV-2367
11-CV-2368
11-CV-2371
11-CV-2372
11-CV-2374
11-CV-2375
11-CV-2376
11-CV-2377
11-CV-2378
11-CV-2381
11-CV-2383
11-CV-2384
11-CV-2386
11-CV-2390
11-CV-2391
11-CV-2394
11-CV-2395
11-CV-2397
11-CV-2400
11-CV-2401
11-CV-2406
11-CV-2407
11-CV-2411
11-CV-2412
11-CV-2413
11-CV-2414
11-CV-2415
11-CV-2417
11-CV-2418
11-CV-2420
11-CV-2422
11-CV-2424
11-CV-2425
11-CV-2428
11-CV-2429
11-CV-2433
11-CV-2435
11-CV-2442
11-CV-2445
11-CV-2446
11-CV-2447
11-CV-2449
11-CV-2450
11-CV-2453
11-CV-2454
11-CV-2455
POLAND, JAROD D.
$27,000.00
REIN, MARK O.
DENIED
EVANCHIK, JEFFREY
DISMISSED
FOX, JEANETTE & RODGERS, TISHA
DENIED
MURDOCK, LIONEL
DENIED
MURRAY, SHAUNDRADIN, JR.
DENIED
ABRAHAM, JONATHON
$3,528.00
ALLISON, DEANTE
$2,649.99
AXTELL, NICHOLAS P.
$2,070.00
BETTS, TERRAINE
$27,000.00
CAMPBELL, DENNIS
$4,581.05
CLARK, DANTREON
$626.00
DEMMA, FAWNA
DENIED
EVANS, WILLIAM
DENIED
GERKITZ, HALEY E.
$6,375.10
HAND, HARLEY J.
DENIED
HELD, ALLISON
DENIED
HENDERSON, NOLAN, JR.
DENIED
JACKSON, DEVON
$392.00
KASE, JULIE
$33,023.24
KEYS, LINDA K.
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
MARSH, NIKOLE L.
$5,879.00
MEDRANO, NERIDA
DENIED
ROGEL, BERTIN
DENIED
SANDERS, MARIANN & STEELE, KRYSTAL & ROGERS, JESSICA
$5,000.00
SANDOVAL, MICHAEL A.
DISMISSED
STEPHENS, TRACY
$224.58
WALKER, EDWIN
DENIED
WEBBER, MARJORIE
$5,000.00
ADAN, ANDRES
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
BARRIOS, TINA
DENIED
BRUNSON, DENISE
DISMISSED
BRYANT, MAURICE
DENIED
BURDINE, JOSEPH
DENIED
CARTER, TERRY
DENIED
DAVIS, SENTWALI
DENIED
DE YOUNG, JARAD
DENIED
GRASSMUCK, MICHELLE
DENIED
GUM, JIMMEL, JR.
$9,417.36
LOPEZ, GEORGINA
DENIED
MCELROY, MAURICE
$842.00
MORSE, CRAIG S.
DENIED
PARKER, EBONY A.
DENIED
PARKER, JACQUELINE
$1,449.68
SANDOVAL, RAUL
$17,121.62
VELA, CYNTHIA
DENIED
BARNEY, SANDRA
$5,000.00
BERDINE, COLLEEN
DENIED
DOBSON, DEON
DENIED
DOBSON, JUDY B.
DENIED
GARUS, GABRIELA
$932.60
GEUNS, CALEB J.
DENIED
HAMB, TERONE E.
DENIED
HOGAN, ROBIN A.
$5,281.19
HORVATH, JORDAN N.
DENIED
MEDELLIN, ISMAEL
$140.00
MACK, ANDREW
$2,134.16
ODRZYWOLSKA, BARBARA
DENIED
BASAK, ADAM
$127.80
BESS, RODNEY
DENIED
BREWER, TREMONT
DENIED
BROOKMYER, DARLENE
DENIED
DAVIS, TREDERICK, SR.
DENIED
FLANDERS, MARY ANN
$637.00
HERNS, DEBORAH & GURROLA, LA SHON
$5,000.00
KRENKEL, SHIRLEY A.
$1,433.24
ORTIZ, HILDA
DENIED
PATTERSON, ANTOINE D.
$11,391.15
STEUBINGER, NICOLE
DENIED
TILLER, ROBIN
$13,881.00
ALEXANDER, AMANDA
$1,863.67
BARKER, ERICA M.
DENIED
FINLEY, SHAQUILLE
$775.00
FRISON, LATRICE
DENIED
FRISON, LATRICE
DENIED
GARCIA, BLANCA
DENIED
HARRIS, TERESA
$5,000.00
HOGUE, TOMYSHUNA
$4,993.00
LASHLEY, ANTHONY
DENIED
LEE, ANTONIO
$19,409.00
LOVETT, SHAVEE
DENIED
393 11-CV-2458
11-CV-2462
11-CV-2464
11-CV-2465
11-CV-2466
11-CV-2467
11-CV-2469
11-CV-2472
11-CV-2475
11-CV-2476
11-CV-2477
11-CV-2479
11-CV-2482
11-CV-2484
11-CV-2485
11-CV-2488
11-CV-2490
11-CV-2492
11-CV-2493
11-CV-2494
11-CV-2497
11-CV-2499
11-CV-2500
11-CV-2501
11-CV-2502
11-CV-2505
11-CV-2506
11-CV-2508
11-CV-2509
11-CV-2513
11-CV-2520
11-CV-2521
11-CV-2523
11-CV-2525
11-CV-2526
11-CV-2527
11-CV-2528
11-CV-2529
11-CV-2530
11-CV-2532
11-CV-2534
11-CV-2537
11-CV-2538
11-CV-2539
11-CV-2541
11-CV-2543
11-CV-2544
11-CV-2545
11-CV-2546
11-CV-2549
11-CV-2550
11-CV-2551
11-CV-2555
11-CV-2559
11-CV-2561
11-CV-2562
11-CV-2563
11-CV-2564
11-CV-2565
11-CV-2567
11-CV-2568
11-CV-2569
11-CV-2570
11-CV-2571
11-CV-2573
11-CV-2574
11-CV-2576
11-CV-2577
11-CV-2579
11-CV-2584
11-CV-2588
11-CV-2589
11-CV-2592
11-CV-2593
11-CV-2595
11-CV-2596
11-CV-2597
11-CV-2599
11-CV-2601
11-CV-2602
11-CV-2608
PANIAGUA, ZITA
RUSH, POLLOCK G.
SPENCE, SARAH E.
STARNES, PAULINE
STEVENS, MALCOLM
WALKER, MARTELL
BATES, MICHELE
FONVILLE, JUSTIN
HUNTER, VANESSA L.
JOHNSON, JERMAINE
KELLY, SHERRY R.
HOBSON, RENA
RAINYL, MARCO
RICHMOND, JOHN
ROBERTSON, BRITTANY A.
THORNTON, CANDRIA E.
WILLIAMS, ELMER
YAGOW, LISA M.
CANO, ORLANDO
CHAPMAN, DARESHIA
CRUMP, REGINA
MARKIER, MAGEE
MAK, ANNA
MAK, ANNA
MCKENZIE, RONNIE
OULLETTE, MICHELLE A.
PHILLIPS, BERNARD
SCHOOLER, DEBORAH
SMITH, TIFFANY
BECKMANN, MATTHEW K.
AVALOS, SAMUEL
SANTOYO, SANDRO
SPELLS, RORY
VILLALOBOS, HECTOR
ZITO, MARIA
ADEMOSKI, DAISY
ALLEN, ROBERT D.
ARCARA, JOSEPH J., JR.
BARAJAS, SALVADOR
BERNARD, MATTHEW C.
CASTRO-GRAY, SUSANA
DRIGGERS, JAMES
MURRAY, JESSICA
NOLAN, BRYAN
PAWLIK, LUKASZ
QUIGLEY, BRITTNEY
DEL ROCIO ARIAS, MARIA
ALEXANDER, FRANK
BAEZ, CHER
BROWN, ARTHUR
CARLSON, ERIC
CARSON, CHRISTOPHER
COVIN, JEFF
HARSHMAN, JODY
KIZER, CALEB
MOORE, ORLANDO
MURFF, CRYSTAL
NEMTUSAK, BRIAN
PATTERSON, STEPHANIE
SAMPSON, KEEVUS
SCOTT, WILLIE
TOLER, DAVID R.
WATLEY, JANELLE
WILLIAMS, JAMES S.
YOUNG, ROY E.
BANKS, TAKIA
CONOVER, ROBERT A.
CORONADO, FRANCISCA
EDWARDS, MEL C.
PARKS, SHEKEADRIA
RODGERS, LORENZO, JR.
ROLLINS, SUNRA
SANTARELLI, SARAH
SERRANO, CYRUS
SOON, MELINDA E.
TAROCHIONE, TAMI
TIMM, AMANDA
WINTERS, TRACY
BETNEY, ONESE
BROWN, RANDELL
JACKSON, ANTONIO
DENIED
DENIED
$150.00
DISMISSED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$577.00
DENIED
$664.00
$18.00
$3,103.00
$4,193.00
DENIED
DENIED
$8,225.53
DENIED
DENIED
$2,083.15
DENIED
DENIED
$215.00
$1,143.70
$27,000.00
$3,963.79
DENIED
$1,256.00
DENIED
$5,895.74
DISMISSED
$27,000.00
$2,074.00
$13,482.00
$2,113.00
DENIED
DENIED
$120.94
$235.52
$1,146.00
DENIED
$644.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$15,125.00
$5,586.67
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
$1,446.20
DENIED
$19,800.01
$800.79
DENIED
DENIED
$1,082.00
$3,017.30
$18.96
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,535.15
$5,000.00
$27,000.00
DENIED
$4,564.25
DENIED
$1,708.99
$200.00
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
$1,647.11
DENIED
DENIED
$37.52
DENIED
$5,000.00
$5,000.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$1,949.00
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11-CV-2612
11-CV-2613
11-CV-2614
11-CV-2616
11-CV-2619
11-CV-2620
11-CV-2621
11-CV-2622
11-CV-2624
11-CV-2625
11-CV-2626
11-CV-2627
11-CV-2630
11-CV-2631
11-CV-2632
11-CV-2637
11-CV-2642
11-CV-2645
11-CV-2646
11-CV-2647
11-CV-2648
11-CV-2651
11-CV-2652
11-CV-2653
11-CV-2654
11-CV-2656
11-CV-2658
11-CV-2660
11-CV-2661
11-CV-2662
11-CV-2664
11-CV-2665
11-CV-2666
11-CV-2669
11-CV-2670
11-CV-2672
11-CV-2673
11-CV-2675
11-CV-2678
11-CV-2680
11-CV-2681
11-CV-2682
11-CV-2683
11-CV-2688
11-CV-2689
11-CV-2691
11-CV-2695
11-CV-2696
11-CV-2698
11-CV-2703
11-CV-2704
11-CV-2705
11-CV-2706
11-CV-2710
11-CV-2711
11-CV-2712
11-CV-2713
11-CV-2714
11-CV-2715
11-CV-2716
11-CV-2717
11-CV-2719
11-CV-2720
11-CV-2721
11-CV-2722
11-CV-2723
11-CV-2724
11-CV-2725
11-CV-2729
11-CV-2730
11-CV-2731
11-CV-2732
11-CV-2734
11-CV-2735
11-CV-2736
11-CV-2737
11-CV-2739
11-CV-2742
11-CV-2744
11-CV-2745
MALAGON, AGUSTIN
MITCHELL, GENTILA
MITCHELL, GENTILA
MONTGOMERY, TASHA
RIOS, ROBERTO
ROLDAN, MANUEL
TATE, NIGEL
VALLELY, MATTHEW T.
WELCH, CONNIE
YOUNG, LISA
YOUSIF, NATHAN
ALLEN, KARNEISHA T.
ARROYO, JOSE M.
BOLLINGER, TIMOTHY L.
DAVIS, JERMAINE
DILLARD, MARCUS
HOUSE, SHOMIKA
ZACHERY, CHARLES
BAUER, MICHELLE R.
BLEVINS, CHERISE
BOLLINGER, CYNTHIA
BROWN, KRYSTI
DAVIS, GELONDA
DORNEY, GAIL
DUNN, ERIC
FERRANTE, SUSAN
HAUSCHILD, ALAN
LEDSINGER, ARCHIBALD F.
MILLER, LARRY R.
MOORE, SIDNEY
MURRAY, ANTHONY
PRATT, VIRGINIA
REIMERS, EUGENE C.
RICHARDSON, TERRYANA
SHAZZAD, ARIF
STEELE, PHILLIP
TAYLOR, CYNTHIA
TAYLOR, CYNTHIA
THORNTON, ADDIE
YORK, JAMES
HARRIS, ROBERT, JR.
HEARD, DARLENE
JACKSON, DOMINIQUE
KANAGO, AMOS
SANDERS, OZELLA
SCOTT, RHONDA
VILLAFRANCA, REBECA
FORMAN, ANTHONY
GUICE, MICHELLE
LE BLANC, JERIHA
MILLER, WESLEY
MUNNERLYN, TRAVIS
PERKINS, JIMMY
POLK, SHERRY
ZANG, MICHELLE
ALLEN, LASHONDA
BOYD, THOMAS
CHAVEZ, HATTIE R.
DAVIS, KELLY & WOODHOUSE, CHARLES T., SR.
GATEWOOD, AKEABA
GOODSON, MARY
GRANKOWSKI, DANIEL
JOHNSON, DOMINIQUE
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MARABANIAN, PEGGY
MARABANIAN, PEGGY
MCCARTER, ERNESTINE
MCHENRY, EDWARD
MONREAL, JESUS
PORTER, TERRELL
PORTER, TOMMIE L.
RADCLIFFE, LAKIA
RODGERS, KEYANTAE
TAYLOR, QUINCY
TILLER, ERNESTINE
BEVERLY, BRANDON
BOSLEY, HEATHER
BURNS, SHANE M.
COOKE, RICHARD
DRINKWATER, GINA
DTIVER, DALVIN
395 $27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$3,693.95
$271.60
$7,446.00
$1,309.56
$2,761.00
$237.14
$2,226.43
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
$802.27
DENIED
$994.00
$1,800.00
$5,679.49
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$4,417.85
$11.92
DENIED
DENIED
$2,987.50
DENIED
$1,568.09
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$1,927.70
$5,879.13
DENIED
$792.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$982.00
DENIED
$1,556.25
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$27,000.00
$309.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$5,000.00
$62.98
$1,633.71
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$16,723.00
DENIED
$3,026.82
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$2,893.18
$1,130.00
$4,391.82
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
$4,431.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,303.36
DENIED
$3,848.71
DENIED
DENIED
$1,864.50
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
11-CV-2746
11-CV-2747
11-CV-2749
11-CV-2750
11-CV-2751
11-CV-2752
11-CV-2753
11-CV-2754
11-CV-2755
11-CV-2760
11-CV-2761
11-CV-2763
11-CV-2764
11-CV-2767
11-CV-2768
11-CV-2770
11-CV-2771
11-CV-2772
11-CV-2774
11-CV-2776
11-CV-2778
11-CV-2779
11-CV-2780
11-CV-2781
11-CV-2782
11-CV-2786
11-CV-2787
11-CV-2788
11-CV-2789
11-CV-2790
11-CV-2793
11-CV-2797
11-CV-2799
11-CV-2800
11-CV-2803
11-CV-2804
11-CV-2805
11-CV-2806
11-CV-2807
11-CV-2808
11-CV-2809
11-CV-2811
11-CV-2812
11-CV-2813
11-CV-2814
11-CV-2815
11-CV-2816
11-CV-2818
11-CV-2819
11-CV-2820
11-CV-2821
11-CV-2822
11-CV-2823
11-CV-2824
11-CV-2825
11-CV-2826
11-CV-2828
11-CV-2829
11-CV-2830
11-CV-2832
11-CV-2833
11-CV-2834
11-CV-2835
11-CV-2836
11-CV-2838
11-CV-2839
11-CV-2841
11-CV-2842
11-CV-2843
11-CV-2844
11-CV-2845
11-CV-2846
11-CV-2851
11-CV-2854
11-CV-2855
11-CV-2856
11-CV-2857
11-CV-2858
11-CV-2859
11-CV-2860
11-CV-2862
GARCIA, JOSE
HINOJOSA, ROLANDO
JOINER, GREGORY
LEONE, MATTHEW
LOMAX, KINYA
MATTESON, DOUGLAS A.
MITCHELL, KIARA J.
MOSLEY, CLARETHA
OIJ, ERIC A.
DAVIS, TONY J.
DORTCH, BEULAH
GRIFFIN, JEFFREY S.
JONES, ROBERT
SMITH, BRITTANY C.
SZMURIO, SEBASTIAN
THEUS, MARVE
VALENTIN, NICOLASA
WALKER, GREG
WILLIAMS, VERONICA
ZEPEDA, ARNULFO
DOBROVOLNY, JOANNA
GONZALEZ, IRVING T.
JOHNSON, LLOYD
OVERTURF, NORMAN
SMITH, KENNETH W.
BECERRIL, CAROLE
BURKS, MATTHEW L.
CAVIN, EDWARD C., JR.
COLE, REBEKAH S.
.
COMBS, DAVID W.
HICKS, MICHAEL A.
REBOLLAR, SALOMON
WARE, SHIRLEY
CALDWELL, DERRICK D.
KORSZLAK, CHRISTOPHER
LONG, LADONNA
LUKASIEWICZ, MATTHEW
MALDONADO, NATHANIEL
MARCIA, WILLIAM R.
MOSCARDELLI, DOMINICK P.
POTTS, JOHN
QUIRINO, MARCELINO E.
RICKFORD, NATHAN
ROBINSON, JAMES M.
TRASTER, CYLE R.
WILLIS, DEMEL
ALVIZO, MARTHA
COOPER, ALGERNON C.
FARFAN, ARCELIA & FARFAN, CORNELIO, SR.
HANLON, BRIDGET
HENDERSON, CHRISTINE
HURTADO, GLORIA
JIMENEZ, EFIGENIA
JONES, AMANDA M.
KURTH, JILL
LEE, WADE
MCKOWN, MICHELLE R.
PLESKOVITCH, NICOLE
THOMAS, BRITNEY
RIOS, REBECA
ROCKETT, BEN E., JR.
ROHL, SCOTT P.
SIMS, TASHUNDA & BURTON, LORRAINE
SMITH, WALTER, III
VERA, ANGELICA M.
WESLEY, JOAN C.
ALEXANDER, ADAM D.
ANDERSON, DERRICK
BOATENG, PAUL
BOLDIZSAR, BRIAN
BROWN, LAZARIS
CHEATHAM, TIMOTHY
GLEATON, D'MARIO
LOPEZ, ISRAEL
NAVARRETE, LUIS
NICHOLS, TERRY
PISTERZI, ALEXANDRA M.
RUFFIN, QUASHAWN
SISSOKO, TACKO
STACK, COURTNEY
STEWART, TASHA
396 DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$887.00
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$196.60
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$706.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
$4,335.70
$1,080.00
$1,778.00
DENIED
$469.00
$118.00
DENIED
$4,135.06
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
DENIED
$16,240.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$3,016.07
DENIED
$7,647.99
$1,404.10
$4,396.87
DENIED
$508.00
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
$1,015.00
$4,019.40
DENIED
DENIED
$780.00
$440.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$160.00
DENIED
$75.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,537.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,355.00
$27,000.00
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
$2,861.00
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$3,377.00
DENIED
DENIED
11-CV-2864
11-CV-2867
11-CV-2868
11-CV-2870
11-CV-2871
11-CV-2872
11-CV-2873
11-CV-2874
11-CV-2875
11-CV-2876
11-CV-2877
11-CV-2878
11-CV-2879
11-CV-2880
11-CV-2881
11-CV-2885
11-CV-2888
11-CV-2890
11-CV-2891
11-CV-2892
11-CV-2893
11-CV-2895
11-CV-2897
11-CV-2898
11-CV-2900
11-CV-2902
11-CV-2907
11-CV-2908
11-CV-2909
11-CV-2910
11-CV-2912
11-CV-2914
11-CV-2915
11-CV-2916
11-CV-2919
11-CV-2920
11-CV-2921
11-CV-2928
11-CV-2931
11-CV-2932
11-CV-2933
11-CV-2940
11-CV-2941
11-CV-2942
11-CV-2944
11-CV-2945
11-CV-2946
11-CV-2948
11-CV-2949
11-CV-2950
11-CV-2952
11-CV-2954
11-CV-2955
11-CV-2956
11-CV-2958
11-CV-2959
11-CV-2960
11-CV-2964
11-CV-2965
11-CV-2966
11-CV-2968
11-CV-2969
11-CV-2971
11-CV-2972
11-CV-2973
11-CV-2974
11-CV-2980
11-CV-2982
11-CV-2983
11-CV-2984
11-CV-2985
11-CV-2986
11-CV-2987
11-CV-2988
11-CV-2989
11-CV-2990
11-CV-2991
11-CV-2992
11-CV-2993
11-CV-2995
11-CV-2998
WALDBEESSER, MICHAEL
BARR, JOHN
CANCEL, ALEJANDRO
ROBERTSON, LITESHIA
THOMAS, JERRI C.
WILLIAMS, JOYCE C.
WONG, CLAYTON
ABUNDIS, MARCELA
BARRUETA, SALOMON
BENNETT, JEREMIAH D.
BRYANT, DEXSTIN
DEBEBE, TADESSE
ESCOBAR, DEANNA
GARDNER, WILLIAM
HERNANDEZ, CARLOS
KEEVEN, KELLY L.
MARR, ELIZABETH
OBISPO, LUIS
O'MEARA, MELISSA
RODRIGUEZ, JUAN
RODRIGUEZ, JUAN M.
SALDANA, JOSE
SCOTT, MARY P.
SCOTT, MARY P.
TSIAPAS, GEORGETTE
ARZATE, VICENTE
HILTON, TIMOTHY
HOWARD, RICHARD
JOTZAT, BRIAN, JR.
KERSHAW, MICHAEL
LUBAS, ALEKSANDRA
SAVARIA, PIERRE
SPATES, DEMAROUS
BAALMAN, LAGAILA
COLLINS, YASHICA
DAVIS, DUSTIN
DIAZ, ISRAEL
LANE, JASON R.
MILLER, EFFIE
MORRIS, JAMES
NORDSTROM, MICHAEL T.
RATLIFF, PHYLLIS
RATLIFF, PHYLLIS
RATLIFF, PHYLLIS
ROBINSON, BRITTNEY
ROBINSON, LE'A D.
ROBINSON, KEVIN D.
RODRIGUEZ, JAIME
SALGADO, JOSE
SOYAN, DANIEL
TREJO, CARLOS
WESTPHAL, MARGIE
WILLIAMS, SHAWN
WOJCIECH, JAROG
BUSSIE-SAMS, PATRICIA A.
ALEXANDER, ROBERT
BAILEY, TYRONE
CARIUS, WENDY
ELLIS, GENEVA
FRANK, ANTHONY W.
JACKSON, SAMANTHA
LEAKS, MARILYN A.
MASSINGILL, JENNIFER
MINNICK, MICHELLE
O'CONNOR, TAMI L.
HILL PETERS, DIANA L.
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BOLF, TAMMY L.
FLEMING, MICHAEL
HENDRYX, PETER
HUNT, DAVID G.
JERRY, TENICA L.
MATIMORE, JUSTIN
MOORE, JOSEPH
NAILOR, TERA Y.
PAINTER, CRYSTAL L.
PALMER, ZACHARY
REYES, BEATRICE
ROYAL, SHREE
SCOTT, FRED W.
WARRAICH, ASIM M.
$715.21
$200.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,331.75
DENIED
$864.49
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,430.21
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$5,581.41
$5,119.00
$8,171.88
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$885.45
$2,533.30
DISMISSED
$1,121.80
$5,000.00
$1,128.17
DENIED
$340.61
$622.50
DENIED
$192.00
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
$2,339.65
$1,727.20
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$870.00
DENIED
DENIED
$1,299.76
$1,324.99
DENIED
$540.84
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$185.00
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$84.06
DENIED
$1,543.20
DENIED
$1,936.00
$103.60
$17,573.63
$15.00
DENIED
$7,140.35
$5,000.00
$2,935.00
DENIED
$3,401.50
397 11-CV-2999
11-CV-3001
11-CV-3002
11-CV-3003
11-CV-3008
11-CV-3009
11-CV-3010
11-CV-3012
11-CV-3014
11-CV-3015
11-CV-3016
11-CV-3017
11-CV-3018
11-CV-3019
11-CV-3026
11-CV-3029
11-CV-3030
11-CV-3032
11-CV-3033
11-CV-3035
11-CV-3036
11-CV-3037
11-CV-3039
11-CV-3040
11-CV-3041
11-CV-3042
11-CV-3044
11-CV-3051
11-CV-3052
11-CV-3053
11-CV-3054
11-CV-3055
11-CV-3056
11-CV-3058
11-CV-3059
11-CV-3061
11-CV-3062
11-CV-3063
11-CV-3064
11-CV-3066
11-CV-3067
11-CV-3068
11-CV-3069
11-CV-3070
11-CV-3071
11-CV-3072
11-CV-3074
11-CV-3075
11-CV-3076
11-CV-3077
11-CV-3078
11-CV-3079
11-CV-3080
11-CV-3081
11-CV-3082
11-CV-3083
11-CV-3084
11-CV-3085
11-CV-3086
11-CV-3090
11-CV-3091
11-CV-3092
11-CV-3093
11-CV-3094
11-CV-3095
11-CV-3097
11-CV-3098
11-CV-3099
11-CV-3100
11-CV-3101
11-CV-3103
11-CV-3107
11-CV-3108
11-CV-3110
11-CV-3111
11-CV-3112
11-CV-3113
11-CV-3114
11-CV-3115
11-CV-3116
11-CV-3117
WELLS, JAMES R.
ARRENDONDO, MELISSA
BALDRIDGE, RICHARD M.
CARR, DURANTE
FITZGERALD, STEPHANIE B.
FULTON, DEVON
HERRERA, EZEQUIEL
KELLER, GREGORY
KRIENKE, MATTHEW
LEE, TYRONE
LINDAHL, ERIK
RIOS, JEFFREY
SAFERITE, SHARON
SHIRLEY, RIKHEA
PENNINGTON, CHERIE
ROBINSON, LINDA
STEPHENS, EILEEN
SUAREZ, SALVADOR
FIGGS, LESLIE
JACOBS, DIANNE V.
KELLEY, STEPHANIE
KOEHLER, JEFFREY
MOORE, RUTH A.
MORELAND, MICHAEL
RUSSO, ANTHONY T.
SALAZAR, RENE
SHEARS, HEATHER J.
BARBER, KATHLEEN
BOONCHAIPRASERT, HATTAYA
HALL, SHARISSE P.
HINES, CHARLOTTE & BANKS, TIFFANY
HUNT, KENDRA
MARTINI, KARL M., JR.
MITCHELL, ALICIA
MORRIS, MEGHAN E.
SAVOIE, JASON
SMITH, LAWANNA
STANTON, JOHN
SWANIGAN, CAROLYN
YARBROUGH, KATHRYN A.
YARBROUGH, KATHRYN A.
YARBROUGH, KATHRYN A.
YARBROUGH, KATHRYN A.
YARBROUGH, KATHRYN A.
YARBROUGH, KATHRYN A.
YARBROUGH, KATHRYN A.
GRANT, QUENTIN
BOWERS, RHONDA R.
BROWN, MARK A.
DEGREGORIO, JOHN A.
EWALD, JOSHUA P.
GOLDEN, VICTOR C., JR.
GUY, IVAN
HOWELL, DEMOND
IACCARINO, GLORIE
JACKSON, TIMOTHY
KENDALL, ROBERT A.
PLUMLEY, WILLIAM O.
SINGLETON, ALEXIS E.
VALENTINE, ISLYA J.
WASHINGTON, TAWANA
WIGGINS, KEVIN
ARRINGTON, JEAN M.
BEARD, DANISHA
BENDER, MELVIN E., JR.
BROWN, ANGEL
BURRELL, YAUNCEY
CHILDS, TOMMY L.
COLLIER, JANICE
DELGADO, CHRISTINA
GOLUB, SARA
JEFFRIES, CRYSTAL D.
MARCELLIS, JENNIFER
MCCLAIR, MARY E.
MCKEE, THERESA
MEDRANO, INES
MEREDITH, MICHELLE
MEREDITH, MICHELLE
MOSES, FORLANDO
PARADA, SILVIA
PRIAR, DENISE
398 $630.08
$4.00
DENIED
DENIED
$1,534.13
DENIED
$800.00
$230.23
$1,239.69
$1,546.00
$3,218.65
DENIED
$5,000.00
$39.90
$228.58
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$375.00
$21,996.18
DENIED
$950.00
$5,000.00
DENIED
$2,563.10
$20,713.50
DENIED
$1,695.00
DENIED
DENIED
$4,673.28
DENIED
$1,216.73
DENIED
DENIED
$821.91
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$526.66
DENIED
$2,245.29
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
$360.00
DISMISSED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$2,278.84
$300.00
DENIED
$3,170.79
$4,732.49
DISMISSED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$1,603.00
$884.89
$5,000.00
DENIED
$1,173.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
11-CV-3119
11-CV-3120
11-CV-3121
11-CV-3123
11-CV-3124
11-CV-3125
11-CV-3126
11-CV-3127
11-CV-3129
11-CV-3131
11-CV-3132
11-CV-3133
11-CV-3134
11-CV-3139
11-CV-3140
11-CV-3142
11-CV-3143
11-CV-3145
11-CV-3146
11-CV-3148
11-CV-3149
11-CV-3150
11-CV-3152
11-CV-3154
11-CV-3155
11-CV-3156
11-CV-3157
11-CV-3158
11-CV-3159
11-CV-3160
11-CV-3162
11-CV-3163
11-CV-3164
11-CV-3166
11-CV-3167
11-CV-3168
11-CV-3169
11-CV-3171
11-CV-3173
11-CV-3180
11-CV-3182
11-CV-3183
11-CV-3184
11-CV-3185
11-CV-3186
11-CV-3187
11-CV-3188
11-CV-3189
11-CV-3190
11-CV-3191
11-CV-3192
11-CV-3193
11-CV-3196
11-CV-3197
11-CV-3200
11-CV-3201
11-CV-3202
11-CV-3203
11-CV-3204
11-CV-3206
11-CV-3207
11-CV-3209
11-CV-3211
11-CV-3212
11-CV-3213
11-CV-3214
11-CV-3215
11-CV-3217
11-CV-3218
11-CV-3219
11-CV-3220
11-CV-3221
11-CV-3223
11-CV-3225
11-CV-3228
11-CV-3229
11-CV-3230
11-CV-3232
11-CV-3233
11-CV-3234
11-CV-3235
SCHILTZ, DANIEL T.
SCHRANK, CRISTINA
SCHOOLMAN, COLE A.
SULLIVAN, KRYSTAL
TERRY, MICHAEL D.
THOMPSON, CHRISTINE
TRIPLETT, STEVEN, SR.
TRIPLETT, DARLA
VIRTO, FRANKIE
WRIGHTSELL, STEPHEN
GARCIA, DEMETRA
HALE, GEORGE, JR.
KRUSE, PHILIP
RIGGS, MICHAEL N.
ANDERSON, MICKEY
CISNEROS, LILIA
DANIEL, DERRICK
EVANS, PATRICIA
GNEZDA, JOHN
HOLLIDAY, THOMAS
JACKSON, EMMA
KITTANEH, YAZAN S.
LUNA, LUIS M., JR.
PENROD, ERICA
PORTILLO, SERGIO
REED, GLENN
STROUD, MATTHEW
TERRY, TEVALLIS D.
WHITACRE, ANTHONY
WIGGINS, RONALD B., JR.
BILLINGS, CHRISTI
BURGH, SARAH A.
DANIELS, ROBERT, JR.
EVANS, TIERA
HENDRON, SUSAN E.
HONIOTES, KIRSTEN
HUNT, CLIFFORD C.
JOHNSON, NATHAN D.
MARCHMAN, ANTHONY
QUINN, ZOHAREL
RICHARDSON, MAEOLDER
SALGADO, TAURINO
SCHWARTZ, STEVEN
SUTTON, ALLISON
TOMCZYK, ALICE MARIE
WILLIAMS, KIOWANNA
WILSON, SHARON
NARANJO, ORENCIO
ARCEO, ANTHONY
BROWN-MAYS, JESSE
BUNZOL, MATTHEW
CAMPBELL, RUSSELL T.
GAGAN, MARTHA V.
GARDUNIO, RICARDO A.
LA PLACE, VINCENT
LOPEZ, MARISSA
RUEHL, DANIELLE
SULLIVAN, LEWIS
TORRES, KAREN
WELLS, JOAN
WHITE, DOROTHY
BAKER, ANTOINE G.
BROWN, DE MARIO
BROWN, MICHELLE
CHAPMAN, TINESHA A.
DINGLE, PHILLIS
ELLIOTT, AUBREY A.
MARTINO, JENNIFER
NEWSON, RODNEY
PHILLIPS, MARK
SANTA CRUZ, JULIO C.
STARKEY, MAURKETTIA
ZIRIAXE, JOSEPH
BAGINSKI, RADOSLAW
FAVELA, ESTELA
GULLATT, ANTRON
MARTINEZ, LUIS E.
SALAZAR, VALENTINA
SINGLETON, KENYETTA
BARNES, CHRISTINE
CAPONE, KRISTIN
$5,000.00
$4,674.75
DENIED
$342.00
$96.00
$831.00
DENIED
DENIED
$3,618.00
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$6,964.19
$27,000.00
$5,000.00
$2,962.89
DENIED
DENIED
$2,833.33
DENIED
$947.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$4,902.00
$2,765.00
$2,525.97
$9,963.96
DENIED
$360.00
$2,121.19
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$917.89
DENIED
DENIED
$27,000.00
$13,044.00
DENIED
DENIED
$937.00
DENIED
$805.72
$11,283.55
DENIED
DENIED
$12,552.56
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$3,880.23
DENIED
$4,500.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$21,974.90
$1,315.22
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$3,388.69
DENIED
$4,292.00
$1,296.50
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DISMISSED
$58.00
$234.12
399 11-CV-3236
11-CV-3237
11-CV-3239
11-CV-3241
11-CV-3242
11-CV-3243
11-CV-3245
11-CV-3247
11-CV-3248
11-CV-3251
11-CV-3252
11-CV-3254
11-CV-3255
11-CV-3256
11-CV-3259
11-CV-3260
11-CV-3262
11-CV-3263
11-CV-3264
11-CV-3265
11-CV-3266
11-CV-3267
11-CV-3268
11-CV-3270
11-CV-3271
11-CV-3274
11-CV-3275
11-CV-3276
11-CV-3278
11-CV-3279
11-CV-3280
11-CV-3281
11-CV-3282
11-CV-3283
11-CV-3284
11-CV-3285
11-CV-3287
11-CV-3289
11-CV-3290
11-CV-3293
11-CV-3294
11-CV-3295
11-CV-3297
11-CV-3299
11-CV-3300
11-CV-3301
11-CV-3302
11-CV-3303
11-CV-3304
11-CV-3305
11-CV-3310
11-CV-3311
11-CV-3312
11-CV-3313
11-CV-3314
11-CV-3315
11-CV-3316
11-CV-3318
11-CV-3320
11-CV-3322
11-CV-3323
11-CV-3324
11-CV-3325
11-CV-3326
11-CV-3327
11-CV-3328
11-CV-3329
11-CV-3331
11-CV-3332
11-CV-3334
11-CV-3335
11-CV-3336
11-CV-3337
11-CV-3338
11-CV-3339
11-CV-3340
11-CV-3341
11-CV-3342
11-CV-3343
11-CV-3344
11-CV-3345
CASAS, LAURA
COLLINS, CATHY
DONLEY, FARRICKIA
FARRELL, KRYSTAL
HENEGHAN, KATY
IWUJI, HENRY
MOORE, SAMANTHA A.
ORELLANA, EDDY R.
SERRANO, HORACIO
VELEZ, CARMEN
WALKER, ANTOINETTE
BEHRENS, MEGAN NICOLE
CANO, MARY
CHATMAN, CHRISTOPHER
GARCIA, FERNANDO
GARTH, KENNETH
HASSAN, SHABBIR
JONES, TABITHA G.
MITCHELL, PIERRE
QUIROZ, DOROTHY M.
RIVERA, JUAN
SANDERS, OBBIE L.
SILMON, WALTER
THIERJUNG, JENNIFER
VARGA, MANDI
ARELLANO, ALEJANDRO
BALLINGER, JEREMY M.
BOYLES, LYNN
COOPER, MICHAEL
CRUZ, STEVEN
CURRINGTON, LEONA
DARMOFAL, MATTHEW
FOREMAN, FAHLIN
FUENTES, JOSE LUIS
GARVOLTOVA, ANDREA
GOLABEK, JONATHAN S.
HAMILTON, MARCELLA
HABER, CHARLES S.
HE, QIZHEN
JORDAN, YOLANDA
KIRK, JENNIFER
LOPEZ, ALONDRA
MCBRIDE, KATIE A.
MORTON, EDWARD
OLZEN, JOHN
ORRO, NORMA
ORTEGA, BONI
OSTERBERG, SKYLAR
OWENS, BIANCA
PEMPILTON, MARY
PRICE, JESSIE A.
REYES-DELGADO, RAFAELA
ROSENE, MICHAEL J.
STREET, CARLA
STREET, MARCUS
STRESAK, KATHRYN
WILLIAMS, LATOYA
BROOKS, DAVID M.
CHINN, LA SHAWN & WELLS, DEBORAH
GRANICZNY, KENNETH, JR.
JOHNSON, ACQUILLA J.
KIZER, SHEILA
KREIFELS, NICHOLAS E.
KRET, ADRIANA
LOCASCIO, ANGELO V.
MAYA, EDMUNDO
MORALES, MIGUEL A.
RODRIGUEZ, ROSA
TUTTLE, FRANCES L.
BROWN, TRACEY
BUTLER, KRISTINE
CHENG, SARAH
COMRIE, ELIZABETH S.
EDWARDS, ADONNIUS
HANSEND-ROLAND, SARA N. & JEFFERY, KENDRA
HEATH, TIM
JONES, HAROLD
LEWIS, AVION
MAYS, TRACY R.
PHILLIPS, MARTHA
PINEDA, EDWIN
400 $1,465.94
DENIED
$1,887.90
DENIED
DISMISSED
$310.00
$5,000.00
DENIED
$1,453.10
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$159.04
$3,536.28
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
$12,753.00
DENIED
DENIED
$2,193.00
$797.80
$978.53
$3,879.00
DENIED
$803.00
DENIED
DENIED
$3,737.50
$4,495.20
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$263.10
$1,705.39
DENIED
$506.00
$6.53
DENIED
DISMISSED
$677.83
$7,382.32
DENIED
DENIED
$962.49
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$15,442.86
DENIED
DENIED
$2,299.00
DENIED
$1,047.00
DENIED
$2,228.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
$500.41
$2,160.00
DENIED
$1,929.66
$3,589.00
DENIED
DENIED
$1,303.51
DENIED
DENIED
$186.00
DENIED
$27,000.00
$832.56
DENIED
$2,245.00
DENIED
$4,102.00
DENIED
11-CV-3346
11-CV-3347
11-CV-3348
11-CV-3350
11-CV-3351
11-CV-3353
11-CV-3354
11-CV-3355
11-CV-3356
11-CV-3357
11-CV-3358
11-CV-3359
11-CV-3360
11-CV-3362
11-CV-3363
11-CV-3364
11-CV-3365
11-CV-3366
11-CV-3367
11-CV-3368
11-CV-3369
11-CV-3370
11-CV-3372
11-CV-3376
11-CV-3378
11-CV-3380
11-CV-3382
11-CV-3384
11-CV-3385
11-CV-3386
11-CV-3387
11-CV-3388
11-CV-3389
11-CV-3390
11-CV-3391
11-CV-3392
11-CV-3393
11-CV-3395
11-CV-3396
11-CV-3397
11-CV-3398
11-CV-3399
11-CV-3401
11-CV-3402
11-CV-3403
11-CV-3406
11-CV-3407
11-CV-3408
11-CV-3409
11-CV-3411
11-CV-3412
11-CV-3413
11-CV-3415
11-CV-3416
11-CV-3417
11-CV-3418
11-CV-3419
11-CV-3423
11-CV-3424
11-CV-3425
11-CV-3426
11-CV-3427
11-CV-3428
11-CV-3434
11-CV-3435
11-CV-3436
11-CV-3437
11-CV-3439
11-CV-3440
11-CV-3442
11-CV-3444
11-CV-3445
11-CV-3446
11-CV-3447
11-CV-3450
11-CV-3451
11-CV-3452
11-CV-3453
11-CV-3454
11-CV-3456
11-CV-3457
RAMIREZ, ALEJANDRO
RAMIREZ, JANIMEL
ROGERS, SERRETTA
WILLIAMS, BOYCE D.
DAUGHERTY, KAYLEE
HALL, TIM R.
JENKINS, CRAIG
MITCHELL, ANTHONY
SKUBA, PETER N.
SUITER, JODI
THOMAS, MABLE V.
TORRES, ERICA
WESTON, HELEN & STEVENSON, LILLIE
JEFFERSON, MARC
BHATTARAI, HARKA
BLACKMON, OTIS
CAREY, ROBERT
DAVIS, MICHELLE
DU PREE, ANTONE
ELLENBECKER, CHARLES
ESTRADA, DORA
ESTRADA, EVELYN
CANUTO, LUIS
OCASIO, ADAM E.
PRESTON, DARRNELL
STOVALL, HELENA
BOECKER, ANDREW
DIAZ, FACUNDO
FULTON, MATTHEW D.
GALVAN, MARINA
HAZELWONDER, BILLIE J.
HOLLINGSWORTH, GEORGE A.
JENKINS, WILLIAM E., SR.
JOHNSON, MICHAEL
JOHNSTON LYNCH, MICHELLE
KEANE, KEVIN
LEWIS, BRIAN
MALONE-JONES, TONET V.
MCCRAY, THOMAS
MITCHELL, AWANDA
PEREZ, MARTIN
PHILLIPS, ROBERT J.
RUSSELL, SANDRA
RUTZ, CHRISTOPHER
RUTZ, TRACY
SPARROW, CHRISTOPHER
SUDDOTH, CORA
SWANSON, SHARRON
TURNER, ANDREA
CARDONA, CELESTINO
CHILDS, ERIK
COOK, TAMAREKA
FORD, TASIA
GRAY, ANNA L.
JOHNSON, JAMES
KELLY, MICHAEL
KRAKOWIAK, WALDEMAR
RIHANI, NIZAR K.
SMITH, CYNTHIA
VELEZ, OLIVIA
YZEIRI, ANDI
ANZO, HAMBLET, JR.
ANZO, RUBEN
HANIACZYK, IRENA
HARVEST, GLENDA
LUI, DAVID
ROJO, ERICK
WELLS, CRISTIAN
DAVILA, JUSTIN
HESSENAUER, RICK D.
JONES, TILFORD
MAGPANTAY, RAY R.
MELE, CAROL
MURPHY, WILLIAM, III
RHYNE, TATIANA
SANCHEZ, JESUS
SLATER, DALVIN
SLATER, EARLINE
STATEN, DEMETRICE
ZINNI, THOMAS J.
ADAMS, IRA
401 DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$890.00
DENIED
$758.59
$1,214.52
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$299.00
DENIED
$4,990.40
$2,378.00
$678.00
DISMISSED
DENIED
$5,478.10
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,437.21
DENIED
$968.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,365.43
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$354.68
$170.38
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$454.50
$31.62
$527.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$804.00
$1,581.00
DENIED
DENIED
$10,000.00
DENIED
$790.00
DENIED
DENIED
$4,584.87
$784.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$5,000.00
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$85.00
$3,055.00
DENIED
DENIED
$548.01
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
$883.77
DENIED
$875.79
$187.28
$5,000.00
$807.12
$16.89
$4,350.00
DENIED
DENIED
11-CV-3458
11-CV-3460
11-CV-3461
11-CV-3463
11-CV-3464
11-CV-3465
11-CV-3467
11-CV-3468
11-CV-3469
11-CV-3470
11-CV-3471
11-CV-3472
11-CV-3473
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11-CV-3514
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11-CV-3521
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11-CV-3557
11-CV-3558
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11-CV-3560
11-CV-3561
11-CV-3562
11-CV-3563
11-CV-3564
11-CV-3565
11-CV-3566
11-CV-3567
11-CV-3568
11-CV-3572
11-CV-3573
11-CV-3574
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ASHLEY, JESSIE
BAHENA, ALEXANDER
BECERRA, ISRAEL
BRAVO, ANGELICA
BROWN, ARTHUR
CONTRERAS, DOUGLAS
EGDORF, JESSICA
FLORES, GILBERTO & MARCHANT, WAYNE
FLORES, GILBERTO
FLORES, GILBERTO
FLORES, GILBERTO
GARDNER, SAMUEL
HOUSTON, HERBERT
LAMAN, DEANA
LYNN, GORDON
MOCORRO, TRACY
PORTER, XAVIER
ROUTT, GREGORY
ANDERSON, CLARENCE
SALAZAR, JESUS
SAYANI, SOPHIA
SIMMONS, JON M.
STINSON, HELEN
WU, JAU YI
QAZI, ASLAM
WU, JAU YI
WU, JAU YI
WU, JAU YI
WU, JAU YI
BARBER, NATHAN J.
MALDONADO, ANGEL
NOWLIN, SANDRA
SALGADO, OSCAR M.
TOMLIN, MARVINE C.
SKORPIKOVA, EVA
BRADLEY, CLINT R., JR.
BROWN, DENISE
DAVIS, BETTY J.
KUROWSKI, DAVID
RICE, ANDRE D.
ROWLEY, GARY N.
SANCHEZ, EUSTOLIA
SCHROEDER, MARY A.
WATKINS, FELICIA
WEASE, DAVID
WESTBROOKS, GARRETT D.
ALVARADO, MARIA
AKONG, ABRAHAM
BOYD, DOMINIQUE
BUFORD, ANGELA
DURBIN, TIMOTHY L.
ESPINAL, JAIRO
EVANS, EARL
FLOWERS, BERNADETTE
GONZALES, DOMINIQUE
JOHNSTON, JEFFREY P.
DAVIS, JOSHUA D.
MARTINEZ, SINUHE
OROZCO, JOSE V.
ROSS, MICHAEL
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SMITH, DONNA
TATE, MARCUS
WILSON, KAREEM L.
ZAVALA, MATTHEW
BENNETT, LEVI T.
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CLARK, HEIDI
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FRANKLIN, GLORIA
GARCIA, RAMON
GONNIGAN, KYNNETH D.
LAMBRECHT, CORISSA
LANDI, JOSEPH
MANDEL, EDWARD
MITCHELL, EDMUND
MITCHELL, PATRICIA
MOORE, TIMMIE
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DENIED
$951.59
$3,033.81
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,600.58
DENIED
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$1,554.07
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$3,212.61
DENIED
$4,932.86
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$1,441.24
$1,289.00
DENIED
$150.00
$4,592.00
$30.00
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$16,769.60
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DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
$985.00
DENIED
$7,709.71
$1,050.00
DENIED
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11-CV-3588
11-CV-3589
11-CV-3590
11-CV-3591
11-CV-3592
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11-CV-3601
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11-CV-3603
11-CV-3604
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11-CV-3611
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11-CV-3615
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11-CV-3620
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11-CV-3626
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11-CV-3628
11-CV-3629
11-CV-3631
11-CV-3632
11-CV-3633
11-CV-3634
11-CV-3635
11-CV-3636
11-CV-3638
11-CV-3639
11-CV-3640
11-CV-3641
11-CV-3642
11-CV-3643
11-CV-3644
11-CV-3645
11-CV-3646
11-CV-3648
11-CV-3651
11-CV-3653
11-CV-3654
11-CV-3656
11-CV-3657
11-CV-3658
11-CV-3659
11-CV-3660
11-CV-3661
11-CV-3662
11-CV-3663
11-CV-3664
11-CV-3665
11-CV-3666
11-CV-3667
11-CV-3668
11-CV-3669
11-CV-3670
11-CV-3671
11-CV-3672
11-CV-3673
11-CV-3674
11-CV-3675
11-CV-3676
11-CV-3679
11-CV-3681
11-CV-3682
11-CV-3683
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WHITE, KENNETH M.
WOLLET, EDWIN B.
ZAMORA, JENNIFER
BROWN, DARRELL
BUGNO, TIMOTHY, SR.
HARPER, MAURICE
JOHNSON, JOSHUA J.
LARKIN, ANTHONY
LILLY, DANNY E.
LOPEZ, FELIX
MORENO, MICHAEL
OCAMPO, OSCAR
OLSEN, EDWARD G.
SANTILLANES, GERARDO
SPEARMAN, DENISE
THOMAS, WILLIE
WILKEN, DANIEL
BLAKER, NICOLE
HODO, TIFFANY
JARRETT, KRISTAL
MARSHALL, ASHIA
PETERSON, COLLEEN
PETERSON, COLLEEN
PETERSON, COLLEEN
PETERSON, COLLEEN
RODRIGUEZ, LORENA
RUIZ, MONICA
WALKER, FRANCIS
ATAYDE, JUNIOR E.
GARCIA, BEATRIZ
MARTINEZ, ROMANTIA
PATINO, ALVARO
ROBERSON, BEVERLY
ROBERTSON, TERRY
RODRIGUEZ, JUAN J.
TUCKER, JEANETTE
WINSTON, TERRY C.
BATIE, CHARLES
EASLEY, TINA L.
ESCAMILLA, NICK G.
ESTRADA, MIGUEL
HOWES, ROBERT D.
KAMPMEIER, KARL
MURPHY, JOSE A.
MURPHY-CAZARES, JENNIFER & MURPHY, PETER J.
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MURPHY-CAZARES, JENNIFER
CAZARES, JERRY, JR.
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MURPHY, PETER J.
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WALKER, LATANGALA
WATSON, LA VERNE
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ATKINS, ERIC
BOYD, JOSEPH
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CHESTER, KEVELL
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DURR, TYLER
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GARCIA, ABRAHAM A.
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HERCHY, JOHN
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JOBE, TRISHA
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MANNING, RODERICK
PADILLA, RUBEN
PERSON, CECELIA
PIAT, JESSE
SOLOMON, TIMIKA L.
STEELE, NATALIE
SZULA, GENOWEFA
THOMAS, GRAICE
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$1,383.97
$930.00
$2,076.15
$4,738.81
DENIED
DENIED
$2,922.70
DENIED
$15.95
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$1,657.00
$13,456.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
$20,640.99
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,387.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,142.67
$5,000.00
DENIED
$678.00
$5,000.00
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DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$11,635.99
DENIED
DENIED
$1,764.16
$23,909.00
$5,000.00
$977.64
$1,537.03
$90.90
$43.08
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
$114.65
DENIED
DENIED
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$5,000.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$5,000.00
$5,210.69
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$27,000.00
$5,000.00
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11-CV-3686
11-CV-3687
11-CV-3688
11-CV-3689
11-CV-3690
11-CV-3691
11-CV-3692
11-CV-3693
11-CV-3695
11-CV-3697
11-CV-3698
11-CV-3699
11-CV-3700
11-CV-3701
11-CV-3702
11-CV-3703
11-CV-3704
11-CV-3705
11-CV-3706
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11-CV-3709
11-CV-3712
11-CV-3714
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11-CV-3717
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11-CV-3719
11-CV-3721
11-CV-3722
11-CV-3723
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11-CV-3725
11-CV-3726
11-CV-3727
11-CV-3728
11-CV-3730
11-CV-3731
11-CV-3732
11-CV-3734
11-CV-3735
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11-CV-3738
11-CV-3739
11-CV-3741
11-CV-3742
11-CV-3743
11-CV-3744
11-CV-3746
11-CV-3750
11-CV-3754
11-CV-3755
11-CV-3756
11-CV-3757
11-CV-3758
11-CV-3759
11-CV-3763
11-CV-3764
11-CV-3766
11-CV-3767
11-CV-3769
11-CV-3771
11-CV-3772
11-CV-3773
11-CV-3774
11-CV-3775
11-CV-3776
11-CV-3777
11-CV-3778
11-CV-3779
11-CV-3781
11-CV-3782
11-CV-3783
11-CV-3784
11-CV-3786
11-CV-3787
11-CV-3788
11-CV-3789
11-CV-3790
11-CV-3791
THURMAN, BROCK D., SR.
WATKINS, ISRAEL
WILLIAMS, JON
ASTORGA, JESSE
AU, TONY
CARDENAS, JOSE LUIS
ENGEL, TRAVIS
HEALY, MELODY
HEWITT, TROY A.
LUVIANO, REBECCA
MACIAS, DIEGO
NELSON, VANESSA
NELSON, VANESSA
NELSON, VANESSA
SCHOOLER, DEBORAH
TORRES, MIGDALIA
WOODSON, TANISHA
BURNETT-MOSS, KATRINA
BURNETT, MILDRED
GARCIA, GUADALUPE
GOSSAGE, GERALD D.
HAACK, DAVID R.
KAUS, ROBERT A.
PHILLIPS, DEANDRE
RAVELLETTE, SHARON
RAVELLETTE, SHARON
RAVELLETTE, SHARON
SMALL, MARISSA
SMITH-WARD, SHANNON
VINCZE, DAVID M.
WILKIE, JUSTIN
WILSON, DARREN
BARRA, RICHARD A.
BATES, REGINALD
BONE, LISA & HOPKINS, ENID
BRILLA, LAURA
GARGUS, ROY
HARTWELL, TRACEY L.
HUGHES, MICHAEL C.
HUNTER, TORANNA
KESTIAN, ANTHONY
LANGAN, LYNN M.
MCCOMB, CHERRYLON
MCKEAN, HANNAH
MCPEAKE, DAWN F.
PRINCE, RHONDA
SAMS, MICHAEL T.
SWIDERSKI, KATHARINA
BARDALES GARCIA, ARTURO
COVIC, ADMIR
JOHNSON, DEREK
RICHARDSON, LARRY
RUSSOTTO, KARIE
SABIN, JACQUELINE
SAUDERS, CHARLES W., JR.
TOLBERT, NATHAN S.
TUCKER, CLINTON
YOUNG, LIONA
ADAMS, DARRYL
BINFORD, SHAWN
COX, LINDA L.
FERREIRA, MIGUEL
GILL, MARY
GRISWOLD, BETH
JOHNSON-WILLIAMS, ANITA L.
JOHNSON, JULIE L.
LE, HAI VAN
MORENO-SAAVEDRA, HECTOR
MORRIS, HASKET
MYERS, LISA
MYERS, LISA
ROBLES, MARTA
ROPER, THERESA M.
SPECHT, TAMARA
WAGGONER, BILLY E.
WILLIAMS, KEITH L.
ROBINSON, NICHOLE J.
BRINSON, JAMAR
CISNEROS, ALBARO
EVANS, SYLVESTER
FALATOVICS, EVA
DENIED
DENIED
$15,105.00
DENIED
$536.00
$7,862.65
$20,488.70
$1,103.34
DENIED
$1,320.00
DENIED
DISMISSED
DISMISSED
DISMISSED
$136.35
$268.62
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$1,244.35
$1,284.59
DENIED
$1,978.40
DENIED
DENIED
$800.00
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$664.00
DENIED
$19,338.90
$920.00
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$4,920.44
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$751.65
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$2,648.68
DENIED
DENIED
$1,417.35
DENIED
DENIED
$1,246.00
$187.00
DENIED
$6,239.40
$1,004.45
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$4,363.05
DENIED
DENIED
$1,285.84
DENIED
DENIED
$2,852.57
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$923.77
RECONSIDERED DISMISSAL
$1,060.25
$1,300.35
DENIED
DENIED
404 11-CV-3792
11-CV-3793
11-CV-3794
11-CV-3795
11-CV-3796
11-CV-3797
11-CV-3798
11-CV-3799
11-CV-3800
11-CV-3801
11-CV-3802
11-CV-3803
11-CV-3804
11-CV-3805
11-CV-3806
11-CV-3807
11-CV-3808
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11-CV-3822
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11-CV-3832
11-CV-3833
11-CV-3834
11-CV-3835
11-CV-3836
11-CV-3839
11-CV-3840
11-CV-3841
11-CV-3842
11-CV-3843
11-CV-3844
11-CV-3845
11-CV-3846
11-CV-3847
11-CV-3849
11-CV-3850
11-CV-3851
11-CV-3853
11-CV-3854
11-CV-3855
11-CV-3856
11-CV-3857
11-CV-3858
11-CV-3859
11-CV-3860
11-CV-3861
11-CV-3862
11-CV-3863
11-CV-3864
11-CV-3865
11-CV-3866
11-CV-3867
11-CV-3868
11-CV-3870
11-CV-3871
11-CV-3873
11-CV-3874
11-CV-3875
11-CV-3877
11-CV-3878
11-CV-3879
11-CV-3880
11-CV-3881
11-CV-3883
GARCIA, ALBA
HEAD, JARVIS
JACKSON, CLAYTON
KUTYBA, JAMIE L.
LAMB, HEATH
LAMB, AMY
MATTOX, TAMMY L.
MENDEZ, ALEJANDRA
MOCOGNI, MEGHAN C.
RUIZ, ALBERTO
STALBAUM, CHAD
STANLEY, KENNETH
THURMAN, DOROTHY
VALADEZ, SAMUEL
VALDEZ, ENRIQUE R.
WILLIAMS, TODD M.
WILLIAMS, VENUS A.
BAILEY, RACHEL
BENEJAN, EDGARDO
DOYLE-YOUNG, MYRNA
GARCIA, MARGARITA
GUEVARA, IGNACIO
HAJNOSZ, GERTRUDE
HUMES, HEATH
IHEME, DAVID N.
JARRETT, JASON
JARRETT, JASON
MEZA, ENRIQUE
NEGRETE, RAFAEL
ROBINSON, NICHOLE J.
ROBINSON, TYWIONE
SNODGRASS, KIMBERLY
STEPHENS, VICTOR B.
SUBIJANO, LILIA
TORRES, RICARDO GONZALEZ
WILLIAMS, GARY W.
AINSLIE, CONNIE
BAILON, GABRIEL J.
BEGUIN, BEAU
BONE, LISA
BRYANT, LATASHA
BUSH, ALAN
FIEDLER, CHARLES P.
GOETZ, RYAN
GONZALEZ, IESHA M.
GONZALEZ, MELISSA
STORM, ROSE
HAMILTON, DARIELLE
HAYES, SHARON
IWU, AUGUSTINE
KIM, ALICE
MORENO, HOMER
MUNOZ, JOSE C.
NOBLE, STEVEN
REDD, SHAREE
SOLSBERRY, ME'OSHA
STARKS, MICHAEL J.
TAPIA, ALFREDO
TOUFAR, DAVID
WADE, JAMES
WEST, PIERRE
WILLIAMS, WALTER
WILSON, ROBYNETTE
WOODS, CHRIS
AYALA, ELVIA
BURIAN, SHANNON L.
BURNS, CHAVONNE D.
CLARK, JESSE
CLARK, NATERA
FRIEND, DEANGELO, SR.
GRAVES, EUGENE D.
HAYDON, EZARIAH
JOHNSON, LORI
LANGKLOTZ, JULIE
LEON, ROBERTO R.
MILLER, KEITH
MURPHY, PATRICIA
ORNELAS, JOSE J.
PIZANO, WENDY
ROCKETT, CAMEO M.
SAMUELIAN, SANDRA
DENIED
$935.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$148.56
DENIED
$1,723.86
DENIED
DENIED
$976.00
DENIED
DENIED
$3,150.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$490.65
$473.88
DENIED
$772.65
DENIED
DENIED
$1,526.00
$14,142.00
DISMISSED
$829.00
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$1,189.00
DENIED
DENIED
$4,875.00
$5,000.00
$3,678.80
$3,272.25
$1,020.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,769.00
$5,000.00
$407.39
$1,593.00
$740.00
$1,162.25
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$238.00
$926.00
$27,000.00
$247.44
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$4,649.15
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$47.00
$2,339.35
DENIED
DENIED
$271.17
DENIED
$3,216.13
DENIED
405 11-CV-3884
11-CV-3885
11-CV-3886
11-CV-3887
11-CV-3889
11-CV-3890
11-CV-3891
11-CV-3893
11-CV-3894
11-CV-3895
11-CV-3897
11-CV-3898
11-CV-3899
11-CV-3900
11-CV-3902
11-CV-3903
11-CV-3904
11-CV-3906
11-CV-3907
11-CV-3908
11-CV-3910
11-CV-3911
11-CV-3913
11-CV-3914
11-CV-3916
11-CV-3917
11-CV-3918
11-CV-3919
11-CV-3920
11-CV-3921
11-CV-3922
11-CV-3923
11-CV-3924
11-CV-3925
11-CV-3926
11-CV-3927
11-CV-3928
11-CV-3929
11-CV-3930
11-CV-3931
11-CV-3932
11-CV-3933
11-CV-3934
11-CV-3936
11-CV-3938
11-CV-3939
11-CV-3940
11-CV-3942
11-CV-3943
11-CV-3944
11-CV-3945
11-CV-3946
11-CV-3947
11-CV-3948
11-CV-3949
11-CV-3950
11-CV-3951
11-CV-3952
11-CV-3953
11-CV-3954
11-CV-3955
11-CV-3957
11-CV-3958
11-CV-3959
11-CV-3960
11-CV-3961
11-CV-3962
11-CV-3963
11-CV-3964
11-CV-3965
11-CV-3966
11-CV-3967
11-CV-3968
11-CV-3969
11-CV-3970
11-CV-3971
11-CV-3972
11-CV-3973
11-CV-3974
11-CV-3975
11-CV-3976
ALBRECHT-LEGORRETA, LISA
ALBRECHT-LEGORRETA, LISA
COLLINS, TANYA
COLLINS, TANYA
DEROUSSE, DANIEL
DOBYNES, ROBERT
GARNER, CHRISTOPHER
GUTIERREZ, ALBERT
GUTIERREZ, SALVADOR
HAYES, DOMINIQUE
JONES, VIVIAN
KING MOSLEY, JACQUELINE
KING MOSLEY, JACQUELINE
KING MOSLEY, JACQUELINE
MUNOZ, JUAN M.
RAGGS, HARRON
RUFUS, CALVIN
COTTON, COREY A.
CRISP, REGINA
DAVISON, DISTARCHA
GRALIK, LARISSA
HENRY, RAYMOND
IBARRA, MARIA
KELETA, HAILESELASSIE
MCNAUGHTON, BRITTANY
MILLER, MARNESSA
NEWMAN, COREY
NICHOLS, LAWRENCE
OBREGON, DANIEL
OLARTE, JAVIER A.
PARKER, LAVELLE A.
REED, GILES
RIFAL, SADIEH
RUSSO, KAREN J.
SCOTT, GLENN
STANLEY, THOMAS
TUCKER, DAVID
ZARATE, MIRIAM
ACKERMAN, JENNIFER
ACKERMAN, BRIAN
ACKERMAN, JENNIFER
BAGGS, MATTHEW
BARRERA, JOSE
COUGHLIN, TIFFANY
EVANS, LEE R.
FALETTI, DONALD
FOSTER, DIANA
GARCIA, RAMON
GONZALEZ, CRISTOBAL
HANS, THOMAS
JOHNSON, LINDA
KELLEY, MELISSA
KELLEY, MELISSA
KING MOSLEY, JACQUELINE
KOSTNER, PATRICIA L.
OJEDA, CRISTIAN
PARKER, GARY A.
SHELTON, LYNNSEY
WATKINS, BRUFRANC T.
DURBIN, DEEANN A.
WILLIAMSEN, JULIE
BANNER, ALFRED
BUSCH, NATHAN Z.
CARRERA, ISRAEL
DILWORTH, QUINTON
EMANUEL, KENNETH, JR.
GOLDIE, NICHOLAS B.
GOMEZ, GLORIA
JARRETT, KRISTAL
JORDAN, KAREN
JUAREZ, IVAN
JUAREZ, MARIO
MANZO, MARIA C.
MARTINEZ, FERMIN
MARTINEZ, FERMIN
MERTZELOS, SHERRY
NIVINSKI, JEAN
PYEISHA, MACK
RETTIG, DANA
ROW, MARCUS A.
SALGADO, MARIO
$562.44
$4,757.85
DENIED
DENIED
$721.23
DENIED
$102.00
$3,228.10
$2,192.67
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,171.55
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$7,710.00
DENIED
$1,200.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,592.00
$1,505.00
$3,203.31
DENIED
$1,319.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
$1,447.00
DENIED
DENIED
$300.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,518.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$725.75
$190.00
DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$190.00
DENIED
$12,347.70
DENIED
$876.79
$417.79
DENIED
$5,126.40
DENIED
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DENIED
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$413.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$504.00
$856.00
DENIED
$842.00
DENIED
$4,813.70
DENIED
$49.05
DENIED
DENIED
406 11-CV-3977
11-CV-3978
11-CV-3979
11-CV-3980
11-CV-3981
11-CV-3982
11-CV-3983
11-CV-3984
11-CV-3985
11-CV-3986
11-CV-3987
11-CV-3988
11-CV-3989
11-CV-3992
11-CV-3993
11-CV-3994
11-CV-3995
11-CV-3996
11-CV-3998
11-CV-3999
11-CV-4000
11-CV-4001
11-CV-4002
11-CV-4003
11-CV-4004
11-CV-4006
11-CV-4008
11-CV-4009
11-CV-4010
11-CV-4011
11-CV-4012
11-CV-4013
11-CV-4014
11-CV-4015
11-CV-4016
11-CV-4018
11-CV-4019
11-CV-4020
11-CV-4021
11-CV-4022
11-CV-4023
11-CV-4024
11-CV-4025
11-CV-4026
11-CV-4027
11-CV-4028
11-CV-4029
11-CV-4030
11-CV-4031
11-CV-4033
11-CV-4036
11-CV-4038
11-CV-4039
11-CV-4041
11-CV-4042
11-CV-4043
11-CV-4044
11-CV-4046
11-CV-4047
11-CV-4048
11-CV-4049
11-CV-4050
11-CV-4051
11-CV-4052
11-CV-4053
11-CV-4054
11-CV-4055
11-CV-4056
11-CV-4057
11-CV-4058
11-CV-4059
11-CV-4060
11-CV-4061
11-CV-4062
11-CV-4064
11-CV-4065
11-CV-4066
11-CV-4067
11-CV-4068
11-CV-4069
11-CV-4070
SALINAS, JUANITA
STALLINGS, JOHNNIE E.
ALHINDI, ELIZABETH
ASBURY, WALTER
BRANDON, CORNELL
COBWELL, CORY S.
CURRIE, DENZELL
DANIEL, STEVIE L.
DAVIS, EVELYN
GALICA, FERMIN D.
GAMBER, GLEN C., JR.
GIENOW, ANTHONY
GONZALEZ, JESUS
MAYFIELD, STACI D.
MCCARTER, VICTOR
MCCARTNEY, ANDREW
PHERIGI, KELLY
MCGRAW-YOUNG, TEAQUA
MULLER, SUSAN L.
MULLIGAN, JAMIE
PEARCE, ERIK
RIVERA, MODESTO
RODRIGUEZ, HUGO
RUIZ, ROGELIO
SMITH, CHRISTOPHER M. & COLLIER, CATHERINE
TONGE, SARA
BROWN BRAYBOY, JEWELL
BENSON, PAMELA
BIBBS, VERONICA
BROOKS, WASHAWN
BROWN, JAMES B.
FAYNE, FREDERICK
GOMEZ, AMANDA
MINCEY, MICHELLE
NONATO, MARIANO
PAVLOVSKI, RIMMA
PEPALA, JOEL
ROGERS, MARCAE D.
SINKFIELD-WARREN, CHERIE
SLEDGE, CYNTHIA J.
SMITH, CHRISTOPHER A.
TKACHUK, OREST
WALKER, BRIAN P.
WILDER, MARSHALL
WILLIAMS, BRANDON
CAMPBELL, KIMBERLY S.
CARRION HERNANDEZ, GERARDO
CLARK, CRAIGORY
DINGLE, PHILLIS
KELLY, SHERRY R.
LONG, LADONNA
MEDINA, GUADALUPE
RANGEL, JOSE A. & MEDINA, GUADALUPE
YOUNKINS, KIMBERLY
ABRAMS, ANTWAN
BARAJAS, ALEX
BARKER, JOSEPH B., JR.
BROWN, FREDRICK
BURKS, SONYA
CHEEKS, ANGELA
COLLINS, CAMILLA S.
COLLINS, LARRY
DUKE, CLARENCE J.
GANTT, KENNETH
HEAD, DERRELL
MAYS, ANGELA
MCCARTHY, SHARON M.
MCCARTHY, SHARON M.
MCCARTHY, SHARON M.
OWENS, YUSEF
QUINTO, LUCIO
RAMIREZ, MIGUEL A.
SPRAGGINS, DWAYNE
VARGAS, SHEILA
WILLS, DEBORAH
ZUNIGA, JAIME
FORSYTHE, MIRAU
FORTMAN, KEVIN D.
GENTRY, KRISTINA
HALL, JERRY M.
HARDESTY, SUZANNE K.
407 DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$870.00
$65.65
DENIED
DENIED
$9,746.00
$333.04
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,402.94
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$7,379.40
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$920.00
$5,000.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$52.42
$980.00
$3,743.00
$10,936.23
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
$25,776.08
$2,791.33
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
$875.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$346.86
DENIED
$526.32
DENIED
DENIED
$1,125.00
$4,050.00
$5,000.00
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,691.24
$1,771.00
$4,800.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$3,000.00
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$4,964.00
$5,245.87
11-CV-4072
11-CV-4073
11-CV-4074
11-CV-4075
11-CV-4076
11-CV-4078
11-CV-4079
11-CV-4080
11-CV-4081
11-CV-4082
11-CV-4084
11-CV-4085
11-CV-4086
11-CV-4087
11-CV-4088
11-CV-4089
11-CV-4090
11-CV-4091
11-CV-4092
11-CV-4093
11-CV-4094
11-CV-4095
11-CV-4096
11-CV-4097
11-CV-4098
11-CV-4099
11-CV-4100
11-CV-4101
11-CV-4102
11-CV-4104
11-CV-4105
11-CV-4106
11-CV-4107
11-CV-4108
11-CV-4109
11-CV-4110
11-CV-4111
11-CV-4112
11-CV-4113
11-CV-4114
11-CV-4116
11-CV-4117
11-CV-4118
11-CV-4119
11-CV-4120
11-CV-4121
11-CV-4122
11-CV-4124
11-CV-4125
11-CV-4127
11-CV-4131
11-CV-4132
11-CV-4133
11-CV-4134
11-CV-4135
11-CV-4136
11-CV-4138
11-CV-4139
11-CV-4140
11-CV-4141
11-CV-4142
11-CV-4143
11-CV-4144
11-CV-4145
11-CV-4146
11-CV-4147
11-CV-4148
11-CV-4149
11-CV-4150
11-CV-4151
11-CV-4152
11-CV-4153
11-CV-4154
11-CV-4155
11-CV-4156
11-CV-4157
11-CV-4158
11-CV-4159
11-CV-4160
11-CV-4161
11-CV-4162
NICHOLS, DEMARCO
OBERSCHELP, RODNEY
OMOJUWA, ABIODUN
PADILLA, ANGEL
REILLY, KEVIN P.
ROBINSON, DARYAL
SMITH, CYNTHIA
THOMAS, WILLIAM
WHITE, ROBERT J.
ANDERSON, KELSEY
COLLIER, CHARLENE
CRUZ, DIEGO
FORSYTHE, BEMJAMIN
GILBERT, MELISSA J.
HARRIS, JOHNNY, SR.
HAYES, MARIO
KEEN, MARIKAY L.
LOPEZ, OLIVERIO
MARCIAH, HUGO R.
ORTEGA, MARY
RICO, JESSE R.
SANDERS, JEREMIAH
SMITH, YOLANDA
TRACY, DEBORAH
TRASS, JOEL
ABED, MOHAMMED
CEDANO, MARIA
CURRIE, DAVID
TILLERY, ERIC
ACEVEDO, DEBRA
BEZAK, BRIAN A., JR.
CARROLL, BARBARA
DWYER, JULIE E.
ESTRADA, CELSO
HAYES, LARRY M.
LANDON, AMANDA
LITTLE, MANUEL
MASTERS, MICHAEL R.
MCGINNIS, KIMEDA
MCGINNIS, KIMEDA
REDCLIFF, ANNA
STEVENSON, HANNAH
TERRAZAS, SALVADOR
WYATT, CHARLES
BAEZA, MAGDALENA
BOTKA, JASON R.
CHILMON, CAMILLE
GUERRERO, ANGEL
MARTIN, WILLIE D.
MORGAN, KRISTI
BRANDON, TARA R.
BUCHANAN, ALEXZANDER J.
CARRENO, ANGEL
COLEMAN, ZANETTA
EWING, PERSHOUN
GRANADOS, KENNIA Y.
HICKS, TASHERRA
LOHR, WILLIAM J., III
MCGEE, LILLIAN & PHILLIP
PEPPIN, MARY K.
SADOWSKY, DANIEL V., JR.
SEFAH, YEBOAH B.
SMITH, ANITA
STENCEL, STANISLAW A.
STIRRAT, JENNIFER
TERDIC, DANIEL M.
TROPPANI, LUCIA
VELA, GLENN
WALSH, STEVEN
WENDEL, JESSICA
WHALES, JOSEPH
WILLIAMS, JERMAINE
YOUNG, JASMINE D.
YOUNG, ROSALYN
BENNETT, JEFFERY L.
CHRISTIAN, NANCY
CROOM, DEIDRA
DELGADO, OCTAVIO
FLORES, SALUSTIO
FORSYTHE, JUSTIN
GONZALEZ, IRENE
$4,718.60
DENIED
$3,904.00
DENIED
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$361.31
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$770.00
DENIED
DENIED
$692.00
$3,023.75
$785.00
$8,532.49
DENIED
$1,066.47
$5,000.00
DENIED
$360.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,017.14
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$3,971.98
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$21,978.09
DENIED
DENIED
$943.44
DENIED
$181.18
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$276.02
$187.98
$1,019.02
$5,000.00
DENIED
$594.47
$626.00
$5,000.00
$1,012.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$447.50
$695.38
$545.00
$9,163.96
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$572.25
$200.00
DENIED
DENIED
$1,143.01
DENIED
DENIED
408 11-CV-4163
11-CV-4164
11-CV-4166
11-CV-4167
11-CV-4168
11-CV-4169
11-CV-4171
11-CV-4172
11-CV-4173
11-CV-4174
11-CV-4175
11-CV-4176
11-CV-4177
11-CV-4178
11-CV-4179
11-CV-4180
11-CV-4181
11-CV-4182
11-CV-4183
11-CV-4185
11-CV-4187
11-CV-4188
11-CV-4190
11-CV-4191
11-CV-4192
11-CV-4193
11-CV-4194
11-CV-4197
11-CV-4198
11-CV-4199
11-CV-4200
11-CV-4201
11-CV-4202
11-CV-4203
11-CV-4204
11-CV-4205
11-CV-4207
11-CV-4208
11-CV-4209
11-CV-4210
11-CV-4211
11-CV-4213
11-CV-4214
11-CV-4217
11-CV-4218
11-CV-4219
11-CV-4220
11-CV-4221
11-CV-4223
11-CV-4225
11-CV-4226
11-CV-4227
11-CV-4228
11-CV-4229
11-CV-4230
11-CV-4231
11-CV-4232
11-CV-4233
11-CV-4234
11-CV-4235
11-CV-4236
11-CV-4237
11-CV-4238
11-CV-4239
11-CV-4240
11-CV-4241
11-CV-4242
11-CV-4243
11-CV-4244
11-CV-4245
11-CV-4246
11-CV-4247
11-CV-4248
11-CV-4249
11-CV-4250
11-CV-4251
11-CV-4252
11-CV-4253
11-CV-4258
11-CV-4259
11-CV-4260
GRISMER, TIM
JANOSKI, VERONICA
OCENAR, QUIRINO
O'CONNOR, AARON
ORTIZ, FRANCELIA
ORTIZ, FRANCELIA
PARKS, TERRI R.
PATRICK, DAVID A.
PHIPPS, GUY A.
POWYSZYNSKI, JOSEPH
QUIROZ, GERARDO
SANCHEZ, JOSE F.
SYLVESTER, DAVID E.
THOMAS, BARBARA
WHITE, JOHN E.
WILSON, SHANEIKWA
BANACH, DAVID D.
BROWN, CLAUDIA
DAVIS, CLARENCE, SR.
MULUMBA, CHANTAL
SCHAFER, ALBERT
VALADEZ, RICARDO
WARD, JEREMY
WHITE, JASMINE
WISEMAN, ANGELA F.
BELL, BENJAMIN
COLE, REBEKAH S.
GRAY, AMANDA
LETTIMORE, JOEL
MAINE, THERESA A.
MCMANAMAN, MICHAEL P.
PIERSON, TIA D.
RABE, JONATHAN
SMITH, HERBERT
THOMPSON, PAUL W.
WILLIAMS, ALLEN R.
ARRERA, JULIO
BILLS, PRINCE
BOOZER, DEANDRE
BRAVO, ANAHU
CARTER, MARLO
FILARSKI, ADAM R.
GOMEZ, EDGAR M.
LITTLE, JAMES
MCGEE, ZACHARY
MEDINA, CHRISTOPHER
MEHTA, JIGARA
MENDEZ, IMELDA
MORENO, FERNANDO
ORTIZ, FERNANDO
RIIS, KIMBERLY
SANCHEZ, CINDY
SMITH, CHRISTOPHER A.
SWISTARA, NINA
WALKER, FREDDIE
WATSON, MICHAEL L., JR.
WELLS, DEBORAH
WENDT, ROXANN
WENDT, ROXANN
WILLIAMS, JESSE
WOODHOUSE, KENNY
CENTENO, JESSICA A.
CLARK, NATERA
COSTELLO, GREGORY
EZELL, LISA
FALETTI, DONALD
GOZDZIEWICZ, LEONARD
JOHNSON, ROY
JONES, PAUL
MELE, CAROL
MELE, CAROL
NIXON, VALERIE D.
RELIFORD, ANGEL
STIFF, EARNESTINE
TREJO, MIREYA
TYRAKOWSKI, JAMES
WADE, WILLIAM
WALLACE, TROY
BROWN, DEANDRAE J.
COOPER, MILDRED
DANIELS, SYLVIA L.
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$708.78
DENIED
$739.40
$1,294.81
$1,368.15
DENIED
$6,604.00
DENIED
DENIED
$937.00
DENIED
DENIED
$5,651.23
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$5,000.00
$840.00
DENIED
$145.74
DENIED
DENIED
$4,305.00
$200.00
DENIED
$1,005.00
$109.00
DENIED
DENIED
$1,866.00
$10,360.00
DENIED
DENIED
$1,735.00
DENIED
$106.36
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,227.20
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
$995.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$175.00
$1,042.50
$969.08
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$15,928.31
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$3,073.75
$920.00
DENIED
DENIED
$23.00
409 11-CV-4261
11-CV-4262
11-CV-4264
11-CV-4265
11-CV-4266
11-CV-4267
11-CV-4268
11-CV-4269
11-CV-4271
11-CV-4272
11-CV-4273
11-CV-4274
11-CV-4275
11-CV-4276
11-CV-4277
11-CV-4278
11-CV-4279
11-CV-4280
11-CV-4281
11-CV-4282
11-CV-4284
11-CV-4285
11-CV-4286
11-CV-4287
11-CV-4288
11-CV-4289
11-CV-4295
11-CV-4296
11-CV-4297
11-CV-4298
11-CV-4299
11-CV-4300
11-CV-4301
11-CV-4302
11-CV-4303
11-CV-4306
11-CV-4307
11-CV-4308
11-CV-4310
11-CV-4311
11-CV-4312
11-CV-4313
11-CV-4314
11-CV-4315
11-CV-4316
11-CV-4317
11-CV-4319
11-CV-4320
11-CV-4321
11-CV-4322
11-CV-4323
11-CV-4324
11-CV-4325
11-CV-4326
11-CV-4327
11-CV-4329
11-CV-4330
11-CV-4331
11-CV-4332
11-CV-4333
11-CV-4334
11-CV-4335
11-CV-4336
11-CV-4337
11-CV-4338
11-CV-4339
11-CV-4340
11-CV-4341
11-CV-4342
11-CV-4344
11-CV-4346
11-CV-4347
11-CV-4348
11-CV-4349
11-CV-4351
11-CV-4352
11-CV-4355
11-CV-4356
11-CV-4357
11-CV-4358
11-CV-4359
DAVIE, LORI
GAO, YOU WER
HANSCHKE, CHARLES
HELTON, BYRON, JR.
JIMENEZ, FRANCISCO
JOHNSON, LEROY
JOHNSON, PATRICIA
KHALID, LAWANDA
WILLIAMS, GABRIELLE
MILLER, PETER
MOONEY, ROBIN L.
PARKS, TERRI R.
REID, ALBERT L., JR.
SASS, MATTHEW
SOTELO, APOLINAR
SOUTHARD, DIANA M.
TUCKER, REBECCA
WOODS, NICOLE
ABDULLAH, RASHID
BRUNSON, TERRANCE R.
SMITH, ERIC J.
SMITH, ERIC J.
DELATORRE, ALFONSO
DUVALL, HEIDI
FRAUSTO, SILVIA
GATES, WHITNEY L.
GREINER, LINDA
HOLBROOK, JANECA M.
JOHNSON, MARCUS
LAYTON, MAURICE
LUNA, SELENE
PADILLA, SALVADOR
WADLEY, JIMMIE
CARROLL, COURTNEY
DAVIS, ANDRA
HOLLIDAY, COLETTE
HOWARD, ANGELA K.
LOPEZ PARRA, MARICRUZ
MCCRAY, LACEY R.
MEADOWS, BARBRA
SCHWEIHS, KEVIN J.
SIMMONS, GERALD
WILLIAMS, VERZA
BURITA, BRIAN
CHEN, HAN PING
CORRAL, MARIA
GIBSON, DIANNA
GONZALES, ISAIAS
GORGE, MATTHEW
HAYS, NICKOLIS
HOMEL, BRIAN
OSZAKEWSKI, LAURIE B.
REINTS, ALAN
SINGLETON, ALEXIS E.
WOLSKI, JOZEF
BEARD, JACOB M.
CAMPBELL, STEPHANIE K.
CASTANEDA, GUADALUPE
CHESTER, DEWAYNE
COX, JACKLYN K.
DIAZ, RICARDO
FABBRI, TERRY L.
GREGORY, LESTER, JR.
KRELL, SCOTT
KRELL, SCOTT
MOSLEY, JEROME
ORTEGA, LOURDES
PEMBLETON, TERRI
PICOU, MARK E.
RAMIREZ-CUENCA, PATRICIA
RILEY, LA TANYA R.
ROGERS, MARK
STERNBERG, WILLIAM
THOMAS, ALICE
YOO, EUNJIN
ZUNIGA OCEGUEDA, JUAN M.
BUSTOS, RUBEN
CAMARGO, WENDY
CRAWFORD, TERI
DOSS, JIMMY
FARRIOR, SHUVERICK
$1,896.66
$1,395.00
$3,822.15
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$136.35
$1,937.14
DENIED
DENIED
$6,037.00
$2,507.00
$521.70
$100.00
DENIED
DENIED
$1,114.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$656.80
DENIED
$915.50
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$188.96
$7.85
$3,830.30
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$4,840.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$823.03
$678.00
$5,000.00
$150.00
DENIED
$2,068.30
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
$736.46
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,424.71
DENIED
$13,033.56
DENIED
$839.56
$3,259.13
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$123.42
$5,505.56
$100.00
$3,800.00
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
$9,004.85
$3,766.00
DISMISSED
DENIED
$3,763.75
$2,582.66
$181.80
410 11-CV-4360
11-CV-4361
11-CV-4362
11-CV-4363
11-CV-4364
11-CV-4365
11-CV-4366
11-CV-4367
11-CV-4368
11-CV-4369
11-CV-4370
11-CV-4371
11-CV-4372
11-CV-4373
11-CV-4374
11-CV-4375
11-CV-4376
11-CV-4377
11-CV-4378
11-CV-4379
11-CV-4380
11-CV-4381
11-CV-4383
11-CV-4384
11-CV-4385
11-CV-4386
11-CV-4387
11-CV-4388
11-CV-4389
11-CV-4391
11-CV-4392
11-CV-4394
11-CV-4395
11-CV-4396
11-CV-4397
11-CV-4398
11-CV-4399
11-CV-4400
11-CV-4401
11-CV-4402
11-CV-4403
11-CV-4404
11-CV-4405
11-CV-4406
11-CV-4407
11-CV-4408
11-CV-4409
11-CV-4410
11-CV-4411
11-CV-4412
11-CV-4414
11-CV-4415
11-CV-4416
11-CV-4417
11-CV-4418
11-CV-4420
11-CV-4421
11-CV-4422
11-CV-4423
11-CV-4424
11-CV-4425
11-CV-4426
11-CV-4428
11-CV-4430
11-CV-4431
11-CV-4434
11-CV-4435
11-CV-4436
11-CV-4437
11-CV-4438
11-CV-4439
11-CV-4440
11-CV-4441
11-CV-4442
11-CV-4443
11-CV-4444
11-CV-4445
11-CV-4446
11-CV-4447
11-CV-4448
GIPSON, JENNIFER
GLENN, DALE
HOOD, REGINALD
JOHNSON, ANTHONY C.
JONES, DARIUS
JOY, GREGORY
KAISER, LAUREL N.
KEY, CHARICKA E.
LIEFER, APRIL
LILLEY, JUSTIN P.
MANAF, SHAD
MARTIN, CERDELL
MITCHELL, ISAIAH
NEWMAN, MAURICE
ROGERS, DERRICK
SNOWDEN, EVELYN
SMITH, DIANA M.
TAYLOR, KEISHA
THANG, AMOS
UDELHOFEN, JASON
YBARRA, FRANCISCO C.
ZIA, MICHAEL
BRISCOE, DARRYL E.
BROOKS, TAMIKA
CLARK, ERIC
COLLINS, THERESE M.
CONTRERAS, ALVARO
FIELDS, DORIS J.
FLOWERS, DENNIS
KHOSHABA, AGNIS
MITCHELL, GWENDOLYN A.
RANGEL, ROSA
RAQUEL, STEVEN
VAZQUEZ, ROBERTO
WILLIAMS, LA TONYA
BELL, MARK A.
BLAND, LORREN
EVANS, BOBBIE
EVANS, BOBBIE
FOOTE, COLLEEN
FRISON, LATRICE
GARCIA, RAYMOND
GOODMAN, TONY
HILL, JOSEPH
JOHNSON, ELIZABETH
KHAN BEY, SULTAN
MAPP, SHANNEL
MCCLURE, CAROLYN
MORA, ERICK
OWENS, RONALD & ROGERS, ANGEL
SANCHEZ, ROSALIA
SEXTON, JUDITH E.
SEXTON, WILLIAM J.
STACHURSKI, RONALD H., JR.
TAYLOR, ANGELA
VILLAFAN, JENICA & HERNANDEZ, ABRAHAM & TIENDA
ANTONIA
BALENT, CAROL
BROWN, ALEXANDER D.
CLAEYSSEN, JEFFREY A.
DINSE, ZACHARY D.
GILLARD, GLENN B., JR.
LLOYD, BOBBY L.
PARKER, TORRENCE
SANDERS, KAY
SUGGS, DENIESE
BARNES, ERICKA
BEREK-THOMAS, COURTNEY
BROWN, SHANECE N.
COOLEY, GLENN, JR.
DEL TORO, DOROTEO
GODFREY, CHRISTOPHER
GONZALEZ, JAIRO J.
DIAZ, DELIA
DIAZ, DELIA
GONZALEZ, JAIRO J.
DIAZ, DELIA
DIAZ, DELIA
GONZALEZ, JAIRO J.
DIAZ, DELIA
DIAZ, DELIA
411 DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$275.00
$2,255.00
DENIED
DENIED
$514.30
$118.53
DENIED
$689.00
DENIED
DENIED
$2,289.00
DENIED
$1,110.71
$1,267.00
DENIED
DENIED
$776.08
DENIED
$3,100.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,514.86
$5,397.47
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
$1,601.40
DENIED
$4,751.90
DISMISSED
DENIED
$740.00
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$4,716.64
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$999.00
$50.00
$50.00
$895.00
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
$339.00
DENIED
$3,257.98
$1,295.00
$5,000.00
$1,738.43
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
11-CV-4449
11-CV-4451
11-CV-4452
11-CV-4453
11-CV-4454
11-CV-4455
11-CV-4456
11-CV-4458
11-CV-4459
11-CV-4460
11-CV-4462
11-CV-4463
11-CV-4464
11-CV-4465
11-CV-4466
11-CV-4467
11-CV-4468
11-CV-4469
11-CV-4470
11-CV-4471
11-CV-4473
11-CV-4474
11-CV-4475
11-CV-4476
11-CV-4478
11-CV-4480
11-CV-4481
11-CV-4482
11-CV-4483
11-CV-4484
11-CV-4485
11-CV-4487
11-CV-4488
11-CV-4489
11-CV-4490
11-CV-4491
11-CV-4492
11-CV-4493
11-CV-4494
11-CV-4495
11-CV-4496
11-CV-4497
11-CV-4498
11-CV-4499
11-CV-4500
11-CV-4501
11-CV-4502
11-CV-4503
11-CV-4504
11-CV-4505
11-CV-4506
11-CV-4507
11-CV-4508
11-CV-4509
11-CV-4510
11-CV-4511
11-CV-4512
11-CV-4513
11-CV-4515
11-CV-4516
11-CV-4517
11-CV-4518
11-CV-4519
11-CV-4520
11-CV-4521
11-CV-4522
11-CV-4524
11-CV-4525
11-CV-4526
11-CV-4528
11-CV-4529
11-CV-4530
11-CV-4531
11-CV-4532
11-CV-4534
11-CV-4535
11-CV-4536
11-CV-4538
11-CV-4539
11-CV-4540
11-CV-4541
HAYNES, NICOLE
HIGHT, CLIFFORD
ISMAJLAJ, KAREN
LEE, TRUMELL, JR.
MARTINEZ, ESTER
ROACH, ISAAC
ROSS, ANITA
TERRY, CHRYSTAL
WALKER, ANTOINETTE
WRIGHT, DORNETT
BEW, FELICIA & COLEMAN, MICHAEL
BEW, FELICIA
BOENS, THERESA
BRANDON, TARA R.
BRANDON, TARA R.
BRANDON, TARA R.
BRODAWKA, ANDRZEJ
CHILDS, JENNIE D.
DILA, SORINA R.
HERMAN, JUSTINE E.
HOWARD, JASMINE
LEWIS, ANDRE D., JR.
LUVERT-HENRY, YOLAN T.
NELUMS, JOHN
STEWART, LARRY A.
WRENCH, MINDY S.
BARRIOS, JESUS
BLANDIN, JERMAINE
CAUL, TIFFANY
CAUL, TIFFANY
COYOTL, JOSEFINA & RUTILO
DAVIS, SHERYL
DECICCO, ANGELA
DECICCO, ANGELA
DECICCO, ANGELA
FINLEY, EARL
MCCHRISTON, CORETTA
MITCHELL, JAMIN
NETZNIK, JILL E.
ROBEY, ASHLEY
YOUNG, DEANNA
ALEXANDER, AMANDA
ANDERSON, PATRICIA A.
CARTER, MAURICE
CASTREJON, GUADALUPE
CHESTER, CORLANDIS
CLARK, RODNEY
DEAN, ROBERT
DOMINGUEZ, SERGIO
FLOYD, MARILYN L.
FRANKLIN, MICHAEL
GIEDRAITIS, ERIC
GOMEZ, EDGAR M.
GRAY, DWAYNE D.
GREENWOOD, DEBORAH
HAM, SOO KYUNG
JONES, DESHAUN
MASON, KIMBERLY
MCCRANIE, VIVIAN
MULLNS, DARIUS
NEDVED, SPENCER
NIEVES, JOANNA
RAMOS, EDUARDO
RICO, PEDRO
RICO, REYNA
ROSS, TOMMY
SCOTT, GLENDA
SCOTT, GLENDA
WILSON, ERIC
STIFFEND, JACKIE
TALLEY, MONTELLE
TERRELL, MARCOS V. A.
WASHINGTON, MALCOM
WIGFALL, LESOCCA
ARNOLD, SALLIE
CORTEZ, IRENE
DAGANS, DERRICK
DILA, SORINA R.
FATHAUER, RICKIE
GUADARRAMA-MAGYLA, JEANNY
HILL, MELISSA
$27,000.00
$55.00
DENIED
$922.52
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$3,644.00
$136.35
DENIED
DENIED
$32.15
$136.66
DENIED
DENIED
$663.00
DENIED
DENIED
$1,824.41
DENIED
$912.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$5,000.00
$3,417.25
$3,417.25
$1,055.00
$1,545.30
$942.00
$3,037.03
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$297.05
DENIED
$1,010.00
$672.24
$309.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,219.20
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
412 11-CV-4542
11-CV-4543
11-CV-4544
11-CV-4545
11-CV-4546
11-CV-4547
11-CV-4549
11-CV-4550
11-CV-4551
11-CV-4552
11-CV-4553
11-CV-4555
11-CV-4556
11-CV-4557
11-CV-4559
11-CV-4562
11-CV-4563
11-CV-4564
11-CV-4565
11-CV-4566
11-CV-4567
11-CV-4568
11-CV-4569
11-CV-4570
11-CV-4571
11-CV-4572
11-CV-4573
11-CV-4574
11-CV-4575
11-CV-4577
11-CV-4578
11-CV-4579
11-CV-4580
11-CV-4581
11-CV-4582
11-CV-4583
11-CV-4584
11-CV-4585
11-CV-4586
11-CV-4588
11-CV-4589
11-CV-4590
11-CV-4591
11-CV-4593
11-CV-4594
11-CV-4595
11-CV-4596
11-CV-4597
11-CV-4598
11-CV-4599
11-CV-4600
11-CV-4601
11-CV-4602
11-CV-4603
11-CV-4604
11-CV-4605
11-CV-4606
11-CV-4607
11-CV-4608
11-CV-4610
11-CV-4612
11-CV-4614
11-CV-4616
11-CV-4617
11-CV-4618
11-CV-4619
11-CV-4620
11-CV-4621
11-CV-4622
11-CV-4623
11-CV-4624
11-CV-4626
11-CV-4627
11-CV-4628
11-CV-4629
11-CV-4630
11-CV-4631
11-CV-4632
11-CV-4633
11-CV-4634
11-CV-4635
HOPKINS, RUEBEN, IV
JAHANA, NAHREEN
KEMPIAK, OAKLEY
MANRIQUEZ, MARCO A.
MCADORY, KEVIN
MCDADE, KAKEYA
ROBINSON, PATRICE C.
ROSARIO, ALEXANDER
SCOTT, TIMOTHY L.
TUMER, REGINA
WADE, TRACE
ARZOLA, JOSE A.
BENNETT, JEREMIAH D.
CAIN, LAWANDA
CLAYTON, JOYCE
GATEWOOD, VENUS
GONZALEZ, MELISSA
JOHNSON, PATRICIA A.
SCOTT, CARRIE A.
TYLER, JACKIE
VALLE, REYNA
WAGONER, JANAIRA
WAGONER, JANAIRA
WASSON, JENNIFER
WILLIAMS, VERONICA
BURTON, NATHAN L., JR.
COLE, ALONZO
CRANE, STEPHEN, JR.
FRANKLIN, SHAUNNA
HASLETT, PATRICIA
HOLMES, CLORA
JACKSON, JOHN
LUCAS, DEBORAH J.
MINCEY, MICHELLE
NOWLAN, SHAWN
DANIELS, SYLVIA
THORNTON, ADDIE
ALLEN, DONTA
BAL-OT, BYRON
BROWN, EVELYN L.
BROWN, PHILLIP J.
CALHOUN, DAYTON
CAMERON, JONATHAN
CHAVEZ, SERGIO
DANIEL, DERRICK
FERGUSON, DENNIS
GAYDEN, CORDERO
HARRIS, TERESA
HENDERSON, DESIREE
HILL-AYINDE, CLAUDINE
HINTON, JALISA
MCINTOSH, MICHAEL D.
MELENDEZ, ALEXY
MILLER, CLARICE
MILLER, WESLEY
MOORE, RUTH A.
MORGAN, ANDRE
MOSLEY, HENRENE
NAGY, KATHRYN
ORTEGA, CARMEN
SOPHER, WARREN F., JR.
WALTON, LEE C., SR. & WALTON-HEIRSTON, YVONNE
YOUNG, LISA
ZUTEREK, VLADIMIR S.
BEAL, REGINA C.
BRUMMEL, BROOKS D.
DAVIES, PATRICIA
FINES, DREW
GRIMES, SIDNEY
HARDY, TAMMY
HARDY, TAMMY
JOHNSON, MARCUS A.
KRAMER, THOMAS J.
LATHAM, KEIONTAE L.
LEYVA, YVETTE T.
MATHIS, DORIS J.
MCNEAL, D'ANDRE A.
MEZO-TEPACH, ABEL
MYERS, LISA
MYERS, LISA
ORTEGA, MARY
413 DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$646.50
$1,499.00
$3,721.04
DENIED
$755.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$567.32
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$987.43
$9,804.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$839.00
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DISMISSAL
$5,000.00
$5,922.43
DISMISSED
$984.00
$2,377.95
DENIED
DENIED
$5,326.06
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
$90.90
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$665.00
$5,000.00
$1,236.00
$5,000.00
$198.53
$1,547.00
DENIED
$440.00
$3,765.48
$4,899.10
$18,087.00
DENIED
$500.00
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$520.00
DENIED
DENIED
$136.35
11-CV-4636
11-CV-4637
11-CV-4638
11-CV-4639
11-CV-4641
11-CV-4642
11-CV-4643
11-CV-4644
11-CV-4645
11-CV-4649
11-CV-4650
11-CV-4651
11-CV-4652
11-CV-4653
11-CV-4654
11-CV-4655
11-CV-4656
11-CV-4658
11-CV-4662
11-CV-4663
11-CV-4664
11-CV-4665
11-CV-4666
11-CV-4667
11-CV-4668
11-CV-4669
11-CV-4670
11-CV-4671
11-CV-4672
11-CV-4673
11-CV-4675
11-CV-4677
11-CV-4678
11-CV-4679
11-CV-4680
11-CV-4682
11-CV-4683
11-CV-4684
11-CV-4686
11-CV-4687
11-CV-4688
11-CV-4689
11-CV-4691
11-CV-4692
11-CV-4693
11-CV-4694
11-CV-4695
11-CV-4696
11-CV-4697
11-CV-4699
11-CV-4700
11-CV-4701
11-CV-4702
11-CV-4703
11-CV-4704
11-CV-4705
11-CV-4706
11-CV-4707
11-CV-4708
11-CV-4709
11-CV-4710
11-CV-4711
11-CV-4715
11-CV-4716
11-CV-4717
11-CV-4719
11-CV-4720
11-CV-4721
11-CV-4723
11-CV-4724
11-CV-4725
11-CV-4726
11-CV-4727
11-CV-4728
11-CV-4730
11-CV-4731
11-CV-4732
11-CV-4733
11-CV-4734
11-CV-4735
11-CV-4736
PEPPERS, TESSA
TATE, BEVERLY
TOWNSEND, JODI
TOWNSEND, JODI
WINTERS, TRACY
RAMIREZ, ROBERTO
BARRIOS, HUMBERTO N.
BRYAN, CRAIG
CALDWELL, MARK
FRITZ, LEAH
FROST, DAVID
GARDNER, DIANE
JARRETT, VIVIAN
JORDAN, BRANDIE
KARPES, DELIA
MACKEY, THERESA
MCGRAW, ZELDA & MCGRAW, JAVANGELIST
MIMS, GERALDINE
SMITH, DONTE
TATE, BARBARA A.
VALENCIA, ROBERTO
WALKER, DENNIS
WELLS, SANDRA
WELLS, SANDRA
WELLS, SANDRA
WELLS, SANDRA
WELLS, SANDRA
WESTERFIELD, SHERRI L.
WILSON, TYREE A.
WOODLAND, BRAD
ANDREWS, GREGORY C.
BROWN, LEE
CHAMBERS, ROBERT, JR.
CORKS, ALETHA
GORDON, RYAN
HOPP, RYAN W.
VEGA, JOHN
MCINTOSH, TREASA L.
MURRAY, ALEXANDER
SKOIRCHET, HEATHER
STEWART, ANGELA
TANNIEHILL, ANTHONY
THRASH, DWAYNE
THREAT, CHARLES
VALADEZ, EDWARD
WELSH, MICHAEL F.
WHELLER, ROBERT
ALARCON LOPEZ, ALICIA
CLAIBORNE, TYRONE
COLON, EDGARDO J.
CORPUS, SELSO T.
EDWARDS, VIRGINIA L.
FLEMING, ALEXANDER
HOLMES, STEPHINE
KOBYLANSKI, EWA
MOSS, DERRICK
PANTOJA, JAVIER
PATTERSON, LARNELL
PICKETT, LARRY
RAINEY, KENNY
RAMIREZ, OLIVIA
ROBINSON, ARTHUR
FORBES, JORDAN L.
GIVENS, CARMEN
GREER, KEVIN
LUCAS, CHELSEA
MANCE, BOBBY J.
MCGEE, FELICIA
MITCHELL, ANDREA
NEWMAN, ROSIE
NEWMAN, ROSIE
OWENS, CALVIN
REYES, ANNY
ROBERTSON, LITESHIA
SIDDIQUI, SADAF
SIDDIQUI, TANVEER
SIDDIQUI, TANVEER
WILLETT, CLAIRE L.
WILLIAMS, SABRINA
BARDEN, GIDEON K.
BARNES, BRYANT
414 DENIED
$5,063.32
$1,637.77
DENIED
DENIED
$6,484.75
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$71.00
$1,093.42
DENIED
DENIED
$842.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$534.50
DENIED
$3,740.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
$392.80
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,780.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$75.07
$2,687.31
DENIED
$923.00
DENIED
$985.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$4,639.73
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$4,133.73
$3,061.99
$1,823.37
DENIED
$1,454.84
DENIED
$2,250.00
DENIED
DENIED
$2,649.32
DENIED
$2,915.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
11-CV-4737
11-CV-4738
11-CV-4739
11-CV-4740
11-CV-4741
11-CV-4742
11-CV-4743
11-CV-4744
11-CV-4746
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ZURAWSKI, PETER
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GIST, ALLISON
GIST, ALLISON
GIST, ALLISON
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WEST, ERIC
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11-CV-5025
11-CV-5026
11-CV-5027
11-CV-5028
11-CV-5029
11-CV-5030
11-CV-5031
11-CV-5033
11-CV-5034
11-CV-5036
11-CV-5037
11-CV-5038
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HARDNEY, DAVE
HICKS, DARNELL
LILES, HARMONY
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BONNER, JUBA
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ELLISON, BRENDA
ENRIQUEZ, ERUBIEL
GRANT, TIMOTHY
HARDY, MARCUS
HILL, RODNEY
HINES, KENNETH
JOHNSON, CHARLES
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LANG, SARA N.
LOPEZ, HENRY
LUSBY, CRYSTAL
MARTINEZ, MOISES
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PRICE, SHAKA
QUIJADA, LIDIA E.
QUINTERO, ROLANDO
RINGGOLD, DIJANESE
SAAVEDRA, ROGELIO
SEARS, SABRINA P.
SIMS, LANDRUM
TERDIC, DANIEL M.
TRIPLETT, MELISSA
ULIJASZYH, PATRYCJA
WALTON, JOHN R.
WILLIAMS, KENNETH
WOOTEN, DAVID
YOUNG, CEDERICK
AYALA, ROBERT
BAILEY, JENNIFER
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BROWN, LATICIA
CALDWELL, JAMES
CARTER, QUENTIN
COLEMAN, REGINALD
COUGHLAN, MARCY
EDWARDS, ADONNIUS
ESCOTO, JOEL
FOURTE, JAMES R., SR. & MONTGOMERY, DOMINIQUE
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HURLEY, REGINA
JACKSON, ANTHONY
JIMENEZ, ANA I.
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LOPEZ, JESUS
PACK-RIDDLE, MARY
PERRINE, BEVERLEE
PURCELL, CHAD
RAGINS, LAUREN
RAYO, RUBEN A.
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ROSADO, CANDACE
SHELTON, PATRICK
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ALHINDI, ELIZABETH
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GOZDZIEWICZ, LEONARD
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MCGEE, EBONY
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WARE, JORDAN D.
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DENIED
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DENIED
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11-CV-5128
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11-CV-5131
11-CV-5132
11-CV-5133
11-CV-5135
11-CV-5136
11-CV-5137
11-CV-5138
11-CV-5139
11-CV-5140
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GARCIA, MATILDE
SOCORRO GUTIERREZ, MARIA
HOOK, NATALIE A.
VILLANUEVA, JEANETTE
PARSON, JOSHUA
RODRIGUEZ, RUBEN
ROWE, WESLEY
SMITH, CLARA
TORRES, GERARDO
TERRELL-WINSTON, TERNICA
WELLHOEFER, RON
COWARD, CLEOPATRA
GARNETT, ALAN A.
HARRISON, SHARON
JACKSON, TONY
KING, BREANA
MCGEE, DESHAUN
RANGEL, EDGUINILDO
ROW, MICHAEL
SHEARILL, BOBBY
WRIGHT, JAMES
WELCH, WILLIAM
ZACHERY, ERNEST
OLIFF, CHAD
BLANCHARD, JONDON M.
GALLEGOS, ALBERTO
GREENE, PATRICK
DE DIOS HERNANDEZ, JUAN
HOLT-PHOENIX, LIDIA
HOLTZ, ROBERT
HORTON, FRANCES
LUCAS, TERRELL
POWELL, WILL R.
ROBELO, ALFREDO
SMITH, DWAYNE, JR.
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ALLEN, CHARLES
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CHAUDHRY, MIRANDA D.
ECHOLES, TAMMY
HALL, CARLTON
HAMID, MUHAMMAD
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BLANCO, MARIA T.
BROWN, ANGEL
BROWNING, TONNIE
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DAVIS, PHYLLIS
ESQUIVEL, JUAN
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DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
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11-CV-5142
11-CV-5143
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11-CV-5172
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11-CV-5174
11-CV-5175
11-CV-5176
11-CV-5177
11-CV-5178
11-CV-5179
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11-CV-5181
11-CV-5183
11-CV-5184
11-CV-5186
11-CV-5187
11-CV-5189
11-CV-5190
11-CV-5192
11-CV-5193
11-CV-5194
11-CV-5195
11-CV-5196
11-CV-5197
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11-CV-5199
11-CV-5200
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11-CV-5202
11-CV-5203
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11-CV-5210
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11-CV-5213
11-CV-5214
11-CV-5215
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11-CV-5221
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11-CV-5224
11-CV-5226
11-CV-5227
11-CV-5229
11-CV-5230
11-CV-5231
11-CV-5232
11-CV-5233
11-CV-5234
11-CV-5235
11-CV-5236
11-CV-5237
11-CV-5239
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JASINOWSKI, DARRYL
MEDLEY, PATRICK F.
NASH, MICHAEL
PRICE, REBECCA
REDMOND, MICHELLE
SHAVER, JESSICA
THOMAS, OTIS
TIGUE, EVERETT
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DENIED
DENIED
$4,994.40
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$2,409.05
$951.38
$27,000.00
DENIED
$947.00
$1,903.17
$1,903.17
$6,529.95
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$780.00
DENIED
$4,343.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,750.00
DENIED
DENIED
$194.40
$1,845.00
$264.35
$1,230.31
DENIED
$3,113.09
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$6,734.85
DENIED
$5,000.00
$13,245.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$3,400.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$989.89
DENIED
$4,470.00
$5,000.00
$570.70
$695.00
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12-CV-0100
12-CV-0101
12-CV-0102
12-CV-0103
12-CV-0104
12-CV-0105
12-CV-0106
12-CV-0107
12-CV-0108
12-CV-0109
12-CV-0110
12-CV-0112
12-CV-0114
12-CV-0115
12-CV-0116
12-CV-0118
12-CV-0119
12-CV-0120
12-CV-0121
12-CV-0122
12-CV-0123
12-CV-0126
12-CV-0127
12-CV-0128
12-CV-0129
12-CV-0130
12-CV-0131
12-CV-0132
12-CV-0133
12-CV-0138
12-CV-0139
12-CV-0140
12-CV-0141
12-CV-0142
12-CV-0143
12-CV-0144
12-CV-0145
12-CV-0146
12-CV-0147
12-CV-0148
12-CV-0149
12-CV-0150
12-CV-0151
12-CV-0152
12-CV-0153
12-CV-0154
12-CV-0155
12-CV-0156
12-CV-0157
12-CV-0161
12-CV-0162
12-CV-0163
12-CV-0165
12-CV-0166
12-CV-0167
12-CV-0169
12-CV-0170
12-CV-0174
12-CV-0175
12-CV-0176
12-CV-0178
12-CV-0179
12-CV-0180
12-CV-0181
12-CV-0182
12-CV-0184
12-CV-0185
12-CV-0186
12-CV-0187
12-CV-0188
12-CV-0190
12-CV-0191
12-CV-0192
12-CV-0194
12-CV-0195
12-CV-0197
12-CV-0198
12-CV-0199
12-CV-0200
12-CV-0201
ORTIZ-RAMIREZ, ELIZABETH A.
PATEL, KAUSHIK C.
RODRIGUEZ, JESUS
WASKOWSKI, IWONKA
WILSON, JAHKEEM
VAZQUEZ, RODRIGO
BEEM, RICK
BROWN, DEON
BROWN, JAMELL
CARTER, RONNIE
DOOLEY, KELSEY
HACKNEY, ANGELINE
MACHUCA, ADRIAN
PAGSANJAN, ALVIN O.
PARKER, JOSEPH L.
SMITH, STEPHANIE
ANDREWS, KOREN M.
BAINES, MELINDA
BAINES, MELINDA
BALCAZAR, FIDEL G.
BOAZ, CYNTHIA
BOAZ, TIERNEY M.
CAMPA, FRANCISCO J.
COLLINS, BRYAN K.
DIAZ, LETICIA
DONAHUE, ERVIN C.
GARCIA, JACQUELINE L.
GARDINA, JAMIE
HORTON, JURLEAN
JONES, PAMELA
MORGAN, TONY, SR. & BURNS, DEISERRE
PAGSANJAN, LAURINDA
POLGAR, JACQUELINE
POWELL, PAMELA J.
SHARIF, JACQUELINE
TYRA, ROCKELL
BEAUCHAMP, PAUL-MICHAEL
FINA, SHARON
GONZALEZ, JAIME
HARDEN, ANDRE L.
JONES, VUITTON
LEE, RICHARD A.
MARTIN, JANET J.
MONTGOMERY, BARBARA
MORALES, ROBERTO
PAICE, ROBERT
RETTIG, DANA
SMITH, ARNOLD
THOMAS, VALENTINO
WILLS, ELMER D.
BROWN, EUGENE
BURCH, TONY
CAMARGO, PABLO
CORREA, ADAN
FARRAR, GLORIA J.
GALINDO, CARLOS
GUADARRAMA-MAGYLA, JEANNY
HOLMES, DARRICK
JONES, ROBERT
JONES, VENSON
LOGAN, JERMAINE
MERRITT, CODY J.
MILLS, MASON T.
MOTHERSILL, ADERON
RIVERA, RICHARD
SCHILLO, DAVID
SIZEMORE, RYAN
SOLIS, EDWIN
SUSTUMAS, GEDIMINAS
THOMPSON, ANTOINE
WILLIAMS, DAWAN
YATES, PARIS
BAUGHMAN, CAITLIN
CAMPOS, SINDY
COVINGTON, DEMARCUS
GERVACIO, LUISA
HUDSON, KIMBERLY
JACKSON, SANDRA
KELLY, HUDSON
LOVINGER, TOM
MCCARTNEY, LINDA
424 DENIED
$2,910.78
$2,486.00
$5,000.00
DENIED
$706.00
$353.12
DENIED
$10,450.00
DENIED
$75.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,323.30
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$6,528.30
$5,000.00
DENIED
$4,627.40
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,777.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$3,450.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
$2,181.00
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
$563.44
DENIED
$17,256.93
DENIED
DENIED
$3,596.00
DENIED
DENIED
$279.00
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$1,158.99
DENIED
DENIED
12-CV-0202
12-CV-0203
12-CV-0204
12-CV-0206
12-CV-0207
12-CV-0208
12-CV-0209
12-CV-0210
12-CV-0211
12-CV-0212
12-CV-0213
12-CV-0214
12-CV-0215
12-CV-0216
12-CV-0217
12-CV-0218
12-CV-0219
12-CV-0220
12-CV-0221
12-CV-0222
12-CV-0223
12-CV-0224
12-CV-0226
12-CV-0228
12-CV-0229
12-CV-0230
12-CV-0231
12-CV-0232
12-CV-0233
12-CV-0234
12-CV-0235
12-CV-0237
12-CV-0238
12-CV-0239
12-CV-0240
12-CV-0241
12-CV-0242
12-CV-0243
12-CV-0244
12-CV-0246
12-CV-0247
12-CV-0248
12-CV-0249
12-CV-0253
12-CV-0254
12-CV-0255
12-CV-0256
12-CV-0257
12-CV-0260
12-CV-0261
12-CV-0262
12-CV-0263
12-CV-0264
12-CV-0265
12-CV-0267
12-CV-0269
12-CV-0270
12-CV-0271
12-CV-0272
12-CV-0273
12-CV-0274
12-CV-0275
12-CV-0276
12-CV-0277
12-CV-0278
12-CV-0279
12-CV-0280
12-CV-0284
12-CV-0285
12-CV-0286
12-CV-0288
12-CV-0289
12-CV-0290
12-CV-0291
12-CV-0292
12-CV-0293
12-CV-0294
12-CV-0295
12-CV-0297
12-CV-0299
12-CV-0300
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MEZA, GABRIELA
NEWINGHAM, RHONDA L.
PARKS, BRIAN L.
PAYTON, MICHAEL
REUTER, SEQUOIA
ROSE, BROCK F.
SANCHEZ, YESENIA
SILAS, MICHELLE
STEWART, RASHAD
THOMAS, AIESHIA
TILMAN, FLOYD
WESTERFIELD, STEVEN L.
YOUNG, LOVELL
BARRIGA, LEONARDO
ANDERSON, GENEVA
ARREGUIN, MARIA
ARREGUIN, MARIA
BRANDON, DOUG
BRIGHT, JACQUELINE
BRUCE, RANESHA
CLENNY, MICHELLE
DEMONT, DANIEL D., SR.
GONZAGA, JOSE
HERNANDEZ, MANUEL
MARTINEZ, ANDRES
MARTINEZ, MARIANA
MCDOWELL, LE QUAS
MENDENHALL, WHITNEY S.
PAULETTE, JOHTA
POWELL, PIERCE D.
SANCHEZ, ALICIA
SHEETS, JAMES
SIBRAY, DINA M.
TABASSUM, ZEENATH
VILLACIS, ANGIE R.
WALKER, DEBRA
BOUDREAU, CHAD
BREWER, LORENZO D.
EVANS, JULIE
FISHER, JALEESA
HERNANDEZ, IMELDA
HOGLUND, DISI
LOPEZ, DORA
MARTINEZ, ORALIA
MONTGOMERY, BRIGITTE
MONTGOMERY, BRIGITTE
MONTGOMERY, BRIGITTE
BASFORD, MELISSA
BASFORD, MELISSA
BOJIC, SRDJAN
CECOLA, ROBERT
DANIELS, SYLVIA
DOBYNES, SHWANDA
FOBBS, GEORGE
HIBBLER, MAURICE
HOLT-PHOENIX, LIDIA
JOHNSON, CORDERO
KOLEV, TOMA
LYONS, MARK
MAKAR, KATHERINE
NOBLES, ANTWOINE
RASCON, MATTHEW J.
REDDICK, TAMARA
REED, GLENN
TOLBERT, CHAD R.
WASHINGTON, LA TOSHA
ARIZA, MIGUEL
AUTH, KIRA
BRANDON, SHANNON
CLINE, DAVID
COLEMAN, TOCCARA
COURTS, RONALD
DYES, DE ANDRE
EVANS, JENNIFER
FERNANDEZ, ROY
GOMEZ, SAKEENA
GREGORY, ROBBIN
HERNANDEZ, JUAN
HOYH, MICHAEL A.
IOSIM, VADIM
$291.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,535.01
DISMISSED
$136.35
DENIED
DENIED
$46.28
DENIED
DENIED
$82.24
$2,811.37
DENIED
DENIED
$537.77
$3,642.24
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$343.00
$27,000.00
DENIED
$785.00
$2,555.09
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$957.00
DENIED
DENIED
$980.00
DENIED
$1,559.88
DENIED
$90.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
$4,753.85
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$3,412.22
$709.80
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,626.26
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$3,897.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$9,652.00
DENIED
$1,235.95
DENIED
425 12-CV-0301
12-CV-0304
12-CV-0305
12-CV-0306
12-CV-0307
12-CV-0309
12-CV-0311
12-CV-0312
12-CV-0313
12-CV-0314
12-CV-0315
12-CV-0316
12-CV-0317
12-CV-0319
12-CV-0320
12-CV-0321
12-CV-0322
12-CV-0323
12-CV-0324
12-CV-0325
12-CV-0326
12-CV-0327
12-CV-0328
12-CV-0329
12-CV-0330
12-CV-0331
12-CV-0332
12-CV-0337
12-CV-0338
12-CV-0339
12-CV-0341
12-CV-0342
12-CV-0343
12-CV-0344
12-CV-0345
12-CV-0346
12-CV-0347
12-CV-0348
12-CV-0349
12-CV-0350
12-CV-0351
12-CV-0352
12-CV-0354
12-CV-0355
12-CV-0358
12-CV-0359
12-CV-0361
12-CV-0362
12-CV-0363
12-CV-0364
12-CV-0366
12-CV-0367
12-CV-0369
12-CV-0370
12-CV-0371
12-CV-0372
12-CV-0373
12-CV-0374
12-CV-0375
12-CV-0376
12-CV-0377
12-CV-0379
12-CV-0380
12-CV-0381
12-CV-0383
12-CV-0384
12-CV-0385
12-CV-0386
12-CV-0387
12-CV-0388
12-CV-0390
12-CV-0391
12-CV-0392
12-CV-0395
12-CV-0397
12-CV-0398
12-CV-0399
12-CV-0400
12-CV-0402
12-CV-0403
12-CV-0405
JANSSEN, NATALIE
MIMS, MARJORIE J.
MORENO, EMMA
PENN, OTHA
PORTE, RASHAWN
SONDGEROTH, RONALD E.
THURMAN, DORATHA & MENNEFAE, RICKY
TONEY, MICHAEL
TORRES, ADRIAN
WILLIAMS, LESTER
WISE, OTIS
WRIGHT, ROY
ALLEN, RAIMONE
BUSH, BERNETTA D.
CARAVAULLO, JOSE
CIVITELLO, ESPERANZA
CIVITELLO, ESPERANZA
COLLINS, RAPHAEL
FULWILEY, VERNON
GIVEN, JOYCE M.
HERNANDEZ, BEATRICE
JOHNSON, LISA D.
PEREZ, NOELIA
SAMS, RENEE
THOMAS, LA TANYA
THOMAS, PRESTON
WALKER, GWENDOLYN
BAYMON, ROBERT
BLASZCZYK, MARCIN W.
BREKKE, ANN
CABRERA GUERRERO, RAQUEL O.
CHRYSTALL, DEBRA
DROBNY, WILLIAM J., II
FULLOS, WENDY
GUZMAN ORTEGA, JORGE
HALL, CARL R.
HAMPTON-NEWMAN, ESTELLE L.
HORNS, YOLANDA
KELSEY, RICKEY
LINDSEY, BRAD
LOZANO, JAVIER
MCKISSICK, LENEAR A.
MORNING, TRACY, SR.
PARKER, JAMES L., JR.
SANDERS, LATRICE
SANTANA, ARTURO
TILLMAN, VICTOR
TURNER, SHANTE J.
VELEZ, MARIA
WASHINGTON, SHIRELLE
WELLS, HILDA
WILSON, MICHAEL A.
BASHAM, MARGARET
BRANCH, DUWANTE D.
BUNCH, FREDDIE MAE
BURNSIDE, JIMMIE, III
CHEFFY, MELISSA
CHITTY, KELLY
DEMBRY, DELORIS
DICKERSON, CRAIG R.
EDWARDS, WANDA
ESTRADA, ROSA
GIERSCH, COURTNI L.
IRBY, JAMES A., SR.
LOPEZ, CHRISTIAN
PORTER, KENNETH
SANCHEZ, NELIA
TEMPLE, LA PARICEA
WEISS, KATHRYN
ALEXANDER, SHANITA
BUCHANAN, SHAUN
CARROLL, JOHN T.
COSS, ANDRES
FAINT, PAULETTE
GUZMAN, JOSE
HOPKINS, DIVITO
HUNTER, DENISE
JACKSON, ANTHONY
JAMES, THURAN D.
JENKINS, DOROTHY
MAASCH, THERESA L.
426 DENIED
$520.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$742.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$20,344.73
DENIED
$1,150.00
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$30.00
$220.74
DENIED
$495.00
DENIED
$22,982.31
$1,244.00
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$799.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$8,917.50
DENIED
DENIED
$1,002.77
DENIED
$1,140.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$641.38
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,446.56
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$703.12
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$573.12
$1,295.21
DENIED
$5,000.00
$3,247.00
$3,649.00
DENIED
$7,057.00
DENIED
$3,120.00
DENIED
12-CV-0406
12-CV-0409
12-CV-0410
12-CV-0411
12-CV-0412
12-CV-0414
12-CV-0415
12-CV-0416
12-CV-0417
12-CV-0418
12-CV-0419
12-CV-0420
12-CV-0421
12-CV-0422
12-CV-0423
12-CV-0424
12-CV-0425
12-CV-0426
12-CV-0428
12-CV-0429
12-CV-0430
12-CV-0431
12-CV-0432
12-CV-0433
12-CV-0434
12-CV-0435
12-CV-0436
12-CV-0439
12-CV-0440
12-CV-0441
12-CV-0442
12-CV-0444
12-CV-0447
12-CV-0448
12-CV-0449
12-CV-0450
12-CV-0451
12-CV-0452
12-CV-0453
12-CV-0454
12-CV-0455
12-CV-0456
12-CV-0457
12-CV-0458
12-CV-0459
12-CV-0462
12-CV-0463
12-CV-0464
12-CV-0465
12-CV-0466
12-CV-0467
12-CV-0468
12-CV-0469
12-CV-0470
12-CV-0471
12-CV-0472
12-CV-0473
12-CV-0474
12-CV-0475
12-CV-0477
12-CV-0478
12-CV-0479
12-CV-0480
12-CV-0481
12-CV-0482
12-CV-0483
12-CV-0484
12-CV-0485
12-CV-0486
12-CV-0487
12-CV-0488
12-CV-0489
12-CV-0491
12-CV-0493
12-CV-0494
12-CV-0495
12-CV-0496
12-CV-0497
12-CV-0498
12-CV-0500
12-CV-0501
MAASCH, THERESA L.
PERSON, TYONIA
PITTS, ANGELA
PIRTLE, IVAN
ROBINSON, LAMONDAY
STEPHEN, MELISSA
TAYLOR, JEFFERY
ALONSO, GRISELDA
BALDWIN, PATRICE
BRANCH, ANTOINETTE
BURT, AVIE
BUTLER-CURETON, DEBRA
CALHOUN, SAMARA
CLARK, LASHON
CORLEY, MONICA
DIENEMA, JASON K.
FASSNACHT, TIM
GATES, LAMONT
HARRISON, MONDALAY & KENDRICK, CHARLENE
LIEFER, APRIL
ORTIZ, MARCELO
SKRABACZ, JENNIFER
WILSON, ROSALIND
ALVAREZ, NANCY
BARRERA, JOSE M.
BLACKMAN, KEN, SR.
BRANDON, TARA R.
HERNANDEZ, JOSE
JABALI-EL, ATIF
KAPLAN, MARINA
MARTINEZ, DANIEL
MILLER, JASON
PADILLA, GIOVANNI
PEREZ, JUAN L.
PETERSON, CHALAN & VALENCIA, PAMELA & BAYS, DYANA
PETSOS, ADAM
ROCHA, TOMAS A.
SAKEEN, ARMMIA
SANTIAGO, BENJAMIN
SHEMON, MICHAEL G.
SMITH, SHANATRA
WEDIG, TAMARA J.
ZAPOLSKAYA, VIOLETTA S.
CAHILL, MICHAEL R.
ALFRED, SHANITA
BISHOP, GRADY
BOYKINS, WILLIE D.
BROWN, LAFONDA
CARROLL, SHEILA
COX, ETHAN LEE
FLORENCE, CHARLES
GALLOWAY, LAWANDA
CARAPIA, FRANCISCO
GARCIA, REFUGIA
GONZALEZ, CARLOS
GROTH, ANGELA
HARRIS, LATASHA
HURT, JAMES D.
JONES, JOSHUA D.
KOWALSKI, CERRA
LEBRON, NATHANIEL
MARTIN, MINNIE
MARTINEZ, MARIA
JACKSON MCCAMBRY, CAROLLIN
MOFFAT, SEAN
MULLEN, IRVIN
NOBLE, DAN
PADILLA, ARLYNNE
PINEDA, YURIDIA
ALLEN, JORDAN
BATES, KELLIE D.
BROWN, MATTHEW R.
CHAMBERLAIN, DAMON
DOHRN, HEATHER
EDDY, REBEKAH J.
FAIRCHILD, JOSEPH
FISCHER, JOSEPH
FRANSENE, JAKE D.
HOWARD, SEAN
LAWRENCE, BRENDA
LORENTZ, MARGARET
427 DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$5,000.00
$2,161.40
$5,000.00
$9,363.00
DENIED
DENIED
$4,914.40
$1,538.06
DENIED
$93.75
$4,569.69
DENIED
$884.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$3,278.53
DENIED
$573.45
DENIED
$5,288.70
$5,000.00
DENIED
$2,394.47
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$15,039.00
DENIED
DENIED
$940.00
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$4,705.00
$11,780.14
DISMISSED
$5,000.00
$1,461.01
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$855.03
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,682.10
DENIED
DENIED
$1,295.30
DENIED
$1,107.57
DENIED
$2,400.91
$27,000.00
$400.61
$5,000.00
DENIED
12-CV-0502
12-CV-0503
12-CV-0504
12-CV-0505
12-CV-0506
12-CV-0507
12-CV-0508
12-CV-0509
12-CV-0510
12-CV-0511
12-CV-0513
12-CV-0515
12-CV-0516
12-CV-0517
12-CV-0518
12-CV-0519
12-CV-0521
12-CV-0522
12-CV-0523
12-CV-0524
12-CV-0525
12-CV-0526
12-CV-0528
12-CV-0529
12-CV-0530
12-CV-0531
12-CV-0532
12-CV-0533
12-CV-0534
12-CV-0536
12-CV-0537
12-CV-0538
12-CV-0539
12-CV-0542
12-CV-0543
12-CV-0544
12-CV-0545
12-CV-0546
12-CV-0547
12-CV-0551
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.
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GRACIA, MICHAEL
HARGRETT, MIKEIAH
HENDRIX, ANTHONY
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GARRARD, CHERYL L.
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DENIED
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TABB, JOE
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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MOSEBERRY, MICHAEL
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TAYLOR, DARRIAN
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WILL, BETH M.
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MARTIN, HENRY T., III
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POORE, ROBIN
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LACEY, BEMJAMIN P.
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MITCHELL, KEVIN
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PITTMAN, DOVONTA
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DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
$619.30
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
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DENIED
$5,428.68
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,329.33
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
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ZUBERI, ASGHAR
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COLLINS, THERESE M.
436 DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$3,662.10
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$895.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
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DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
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DENIED
DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
$1,037.00
$27,000.00
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DENIED
DENIED
$785.00
$11,279.49
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$3,224.34
$479.00
DENIED
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$12,995.72
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$963.43
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$639.00
DENIED
DENIED
$668.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
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