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Veterans Federal, Illinois V. Iroquois County Law


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Veterans Federal, Illinois v. Iroquois County Law

Illinois Iroquois County Circuit Court wants to send disabled Vietnam veteran, former Watseka resident, Ron Ehlers to jail for contempt. For failing payment of yet another, recently signed court ordered $15,000. Case # 97 D 73. This despite Mr. Ehlers completing his original court ordered 55 month alimony payment of Veterans' Administration compensation. All the while, being unaware, that payment of a Veterans' Administration disability compensation is not only against Federal law (38 USC 5301), but Illinois case law precedent, Wojcik v. Wojcik (No. 03-D-2709) Dupage County, Illinois. Mr. Ehlers, following Illinois case law, federal law, has completed his court ordered obligation, will not comply.

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Ron Ehlers while on patrol in Vietnam took the majority of 30 caliber bullets and a grenade in both legs. He was operated on again recently, during his contempt of court hearing Oct. 12th, 2006. Therefore, even if he could, he would not attend. His lawyer, also unaware of federal law, or Wojcik, having just recently received information for his defense, offered no argument. But it was Vietnam veteran Ron Ehlers, through his military service, had defended her. The judge, taking his medical condition into consideration, re-scheduled for December.

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Mr. Ehlers, for several years has established his home in Missouri. Do veterans' want to see a Vietnam veteran, who not only obeyed his duty to his country, followed the law, complied, and completed his court ordered obligation, go to jail?

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Veterans’ need to know. Ask Chief Judge Clark E. Erickson (cerickson@k3county.net) Iroquois County 21st Judicial Circuit Court, 450 E. Court St., Room 109, Kankakee, Illinois, 60901, "Re: Ehlers v. Ehlers, which law is it going to be, Illinois law, or Iroquois County law?"

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When, as it concerns our veterans, and those veterans just returning, is enough, enough?

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Veterans Federal, Illinois v. Iroquois County Law

Illinois Iroquois County Circuit Court wants to send disabled Vietnam veteran, former Watseka resident, Ron Ehlers to jail for contempt. For failing payment of yet another, recently signed court ordered $15,000. Case # 97 D 73. This despite Mr. Ehlers completing his original court ordered 55 month alimony payment of Veterans' Administration compensation. All the while, being unaware, that payment of a Veterans' Administration disability compensation is not only against Federal law (38 USC 5301), but Illinois case law precedent, Wojcik v. Wojcik (No. 03-D-2709) Dupage County, Illinois. Mr. Ehlers, following Illinois case law, federal law, has completed his court ordered obligation, will not comply.

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Ron Ehlers while on patrol in Vietnam took the majority of 30 caliber bullets and a grenade in both legs. He was operated on again recently, during his contempt of court hearing Oct. 12th, 2006. Therefore, even if he could, he would not attend. His lawyer, also unaware of federal law, or Wojcik, having just recently received information for his defense, offered no argument. But it was Vietnam veteran Ron Ehlers, through his military service, had defended her. The judge, taking his medical condition into consideration, re-scheduled for December.

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Mr. Ehlers, for several years has established his home in Missouri. Do veterans' want to see a Vietnam veteran, who not only obeyed his duty to his country, followed the law, complied, and completed his court ordered obligation, go to jail?

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Veterans’ need to know. Ask Chief Judge Clark E. Erickson (cerickson@k3county.net) Iroquois County 21st Judicial Circuit Court, 450 E. Court St., Room 109, Kankakee, Illinois, 60901, "Re: Ehlers v. Ehlers, which law is it going to be, Illinois law, or Iroquois County law?"

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When, as it concerns our veterans, and those veterans just returning, is enough, enough?

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I do not Understand the issues this veteran is facing. Did he owe a backpayment of 15000 to the VA and paid it off at 55.00 a month? I guess I'm confused why the county is after him.
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The county has prdered the Vet to Pay alimoney to an X. out of VA comp. The Comp should be protected. Just another bunch of god thinking Judges who are in Violation of Federal Law. If this Vet had an attorney worth a Penny, we would not be reading about it.

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I do not Understand the issues this veteran is facing. Did he owe a backpayment of 15000 to the VA and paid it off at 55.00 a month? I guess I'm confused why the county is after him.

Ron Ehlers, unknowingly had paid, over 5 years $15,000, some of which are exempt, protected by 38 USC 1503, as the court had ordered. Completing his obligation. But ex wives being who they are go after all they can get, wanting an additional $15,000, seeing that Ron was so obliging. Ron refused to pay, and therefore the county contempt charge filed by the wife.

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