Judge Martin Paul Moltz did not earn his position of public Trust but obtained it in corrupt manner through personal connections with Attorney General’s office
In 2007 Moltz was appointed as an Associate Judge after he lost FOUR (4) judicial elections in 1992, 1994, 1996 and 1998.
He was reappointed in 2011 and in 2015. His current term expire on June 30, 2019.
Prior to his appointment in 2007, Moltz worked in the state’s attorney’s appellate prosecutor’s office in Elgin and as an assistant Cook County state’s attorney.
Martin P. Moltz is regularly sued in Federal Court for violations of Civil Rights; racket; and aiding and abetting Wells Fargo bank fraud supported by Judges
Judge Moltz is a zealous advocate for predatory collectors and banks. He even managed to create a precedent in Case LVNV Funding vs. Trice, 08-M1-107717.
Moltz, who denied Trice’s 1401(f) Petition to vacate void judgement without evidentiary hearing (which is a direct violation of Trice’s Due Process rights) again ruled in favor of LVNV Funding claiming that penalties assessed against LVNV for collecting in The State of Illinois without license violated LVNV Due Process Rights, which clearly indicates that Judge Moltz operates on principles of double standards.
Worth to mention, LVNV Funding was represented by a well-connected law Firm Hinshaw &Culbertson LLP (“H&C”) who “donated” millions of dollars to their hand-picked judicial and political candidates and have at least five (5) known to me personal judges who have family connections or other ties with H&C: Judge James E. Snyder; Judge Thomas R. Mulroy, Jr.; Judge Sharon Sulivan; Judge Cecilia Horan; Judge John C. Griffin.
On February 27, 2015 IL Supreme Court entered a decision supporting LVNV, where only Justice Kibribe was dissented with opinion.
Now this decision is widely used by predatory lawyers in fraudulent foreclosure cases and was cited by Judge Robert E. Senechalle, Jr. who acted in excess of ALL jurisdiction and who committed fraud upon the Court criminally concealed material evidence from case records.
Recently LVNV Funding was hit by a massive RICO and Debt Collection Class Action