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Parents Increasingly Turning to Federal Courts for Civil Rights Protections

on Wed, 06/05/2013 - 21:21
Fight Child Protection Department Corruption: 
Parents Increasingly Turning to Federal Courts for Civil Rights Protections
Imagine you are in a divorce.  You’ve been a dedicated parent and you aren’t a convicted felon or being accused of a crime.  Now imagine walking into a local court for a procedural hearing and in a single decree your children are banned from seeing you, speaking to you or communicating in any way based solely on hearsay and allegation.  Nothing’s been proven, no due process has occurred to prove anything yet a capricious judge has made a snap decision that changes the rest of your life and your children’s.   What would you do?

Unfortunately this scenario is the real life experience of

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Ronald Reale Give Us Back Our Kids Fight CPS Legal Kidnappers

on Wed, 04/25/2012 - 09:56
DUE PROCESS 101…

No person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without Due Process of LAW. It doesn’t say, no person “accept…” It simply states… NO PERSON! This due process requirement is the lynchpin of the entire constitution. From it comes the presumption of innocence, that all persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. From it comes the Government’s duty of transparency and fairness, and it applies to ALL PERSONS!

Due Process of law means a “fair” hearing before a neutral Judge (and jury if applicable) under transparent
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United States Psychcologists - Their dirty trick in family courts and how to beat them

on Mon, 03/19/2012 - 18:59

Disclosure of Psychological Test Data and Materials

Arguments

made by custody evaluators for not complying with discovery. Why their

arguments are wrong.

By Elizabeth J. Kates, Esq.


 


 

I cannot release these materials because am ethically required by the APA "to

make reasonable efforts to maintain the integrity and security of tests

and other assessment techniques consistent with law, contractual

obligations, and in a manner that permits compliance with the APA Ethics

code" (Standard 9.11, Maintaining Test Security).

The APA Ethics Code, Standard

9.11, Maintaining Test