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California State Forum / RE: What should I do?
« on: Mar 02, 2005, 12:13:56 AM »
Let me know more information.  You may want to file a motion with the court.  What county do you live in?  Where is the Father?  Can the Father be reached?  I look forward to your response.

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March 1, 2005

If you are having problems with the California Family Law court system we would like to hear from you!  Contact: Cals4justice@aol.com or Justice4court@aol.com  We would like to hear from you.  We want to see a change in the system that is causing problems for families.

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Please send information to me at: Justice4court@aol.com
I'm with a group of people who are interested.  I've been trying to contact you but I'm not getting a response.

Please contact me.

Thank you

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Moms Without Custody / RE: Hello
« on: Aug 11, 2005, 12:34:52 PM »
Welcome to the club from California.  All children need both their parents, it is your Constitutional right to be a parent.  Write letters to Congress.  We the people need to change the laws.  Hang in there.

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Visitation Issues / RE: Supervised Visitation
« on: Aug 03, 2005, 10:45:20 PM »
I was only to have supervised visitation for a short time with non-professionals because the mother lied in my case.  Yet no one would listen to me.  Finally I ended up having to hire professionals to monitor after two years and still going.  Once you are being monitored it is hard to stop.  I feel like I'm going to be monitored for life and the monitors don't know why they are monitoring me and I really don't know why I'm being monitored.  The whole thing is crazy, the monitors can't understand why I need to be monitored but the system is so out of whack.  If I can't get a non-professional to monitor for the eight hours a week that I see my child then I end up paying $30.00 to $40.00 an hour here in California.  Focus only on your child not on your ex.  Just be your child's friend, don't talk in negative ways about your ex.  Be prepared to spend, spend, spend money.  I know many others both male and female that are being monitored for no reason other then to supply money to a corrupt system.

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Father's Issues / RE: Marsden Hearing / Case law
« on: May 23, 2007, 01:29:05 PM »
Who's standing around yelling?  Re-read the original post, check out FightCPS.com and other sites.  http://www.dcrally2007.com

The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it.  (Albert Einstein)

Where would are civil rights be if Martin Luther King, Jr. didn't stand up and say something?

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Father's Issues / DC Rally
« on: May 22, 2007, 01:29:58 AM »

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Father's Issues / RE: Marsden Hearing / Case law
« on: May 17, 2007, 01:33:19 PM »
Just a friendly reminder to educate yourself regarding dependency law and the court appointed attorneys before you make comments.  You can do google searches regarding the subject.  Check out such things a Title 4 funding, DCFS wrong doings, Fight CPS, DYFS False Accusations, How Dependency Court works, etc...  I work with people across the United States regarding having their children removed from them and the loss of their parental rights in part because of a system ran by private corporations such as the Los Angeles County Courthouse Corporation where corrupt system rep's sit on the board profiting from the removal of children and the destruction of families across America by receiving title 4 funding.

http://www.dcrally2007.com

American Family Rights

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Father's Issues / RE: Marsden Hearing / Case law
« on: May 13, 2007, 01:19:23 AM »
What do you know about Dependency Law, the appointment of counsel, Writs, and Appeals?  Nothing wrong with the system... Wow

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Father's Issues / Marsden Hearing / Case law
« on: May 09, 2007, 07:51:57 PM »
I've had six attorney's now in my false DCFS/Dependency Case in Los Angeles, California.  I recently had a Marsden hearing regarding my last attorney not timely filing subpoenas to have witnesses at my trial or doing anything I requested of him.  The Judge (Department 406) ruled against me and told me I had to either use the attorney, hire my own, or represent myself.  I wouldn't commit to making the decision, so the Judge said fine, then you will represent yourself.

I don't have the money to hire an attorney, I've never fired an attorney in this case before , and I can't represent myself against a corrupt system.  I can file a Writ of Mandamus and plan to do so.

What I would like to know... does anyone know of any SPECIFIC Marsden case law, or case law regarding the appointment of counsel that has or could be used in a Writ or Appeal? I need to show that the Judge erred and I should be allowed appointed counsel.

Please let me know, Thanks.

Justice4court@aol.com

Don't forget the Washington DC Rally Aug 18, 2007 for those falsely accused.

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