Thursday, March 4, 2010

Target Of Parking Tickets Sues City

An Orland Park man who claims he was repeatedly issued parking tickets by the Chicago Police as part of a conspiracy involving his ex-wife has filed a lawsuit against the City of Chicago.  Mark Geinosky claims that parking tickets started arriving in the mail shortly after he separated from his ex-wife.  Some of the tickets were issued during a period of time that his ex-wife had possession of the vehicle but other tickets were issued after she returned the vehicle to him.  Four more tickets were received after he sold the vehicle.  Geinosky is claiming a conspiracy between the officers and his ex-wife to cause him grief.  He is requesting compensatory and punitive damages.

For a copy of the lawsuit, click here.

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