orders.Defendant has previously filed with this Court numerous motions to compel courtreporters to prepare record of proceedings and file them with the Circuit Court Clerk or in thealternative issue a rule to show cause or even order the court reporter to pay for the Defendant tocopy and file this record of proceedings
. She will not repeat here her numerous and exhaustive pleadings. This Court knows it is their Constitutional duty, as well as duty under United StatesSupreme Court holdings to enforce the Trial Court’s orders for a
copy of record of proceedings to be filed, as the authorities below supporting this have already been presented tothis Court in previous pleadings. This Court has willfully failed to do so. This Court is therebyintentionally impeding Defendant’s appeal in violation of law. Accordingly, this Court is incontempt of the Constitution and the United States Supreme Court.The United States Supreme Court ruled that under the due process and equal protectionclauses of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, an indigent defendant isentitled to a free transcript of proceedings for direct appeal in Illinois, where statutes or lawrequires such. It is common knowledge that Supreme Court Rules have the power of law.For Appellate review indigent defendants are entitled to a record of proceedings.“Destitute defendants must be afforded as adequate appellate review as defendants whohave money to buy transcripts.” Griffin v. Illinois 351 U.S. 12, 19 (1956)Illinois Supreme Court Rule 607 mandates that if a defendant is indigent, that the courtorders two sets of transcripts of the proceedings, one set for Defendant and one set to be de-
Il App Crt denied Motion to Compel CCCC Court Reporter to file transcripts on August 26, 2008, November 13,2008, February 5, 2009 and June 2009, and denied Motion for CCCC Court Reporter to pay for Defendant to copyher set of self-compiled, self-numbered and written on with personal notes (to be blacked out after filing) transcriptson February 5, 2009, as well as failed to comment on issue of who will pay for copying Defendant’s self-compiledand written on copy of the record of proceedings as well as who will black out Defendant’s personal notes on thetranscripts, which are confidential.