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PAS and caselaw?
« on: Jun 03, 2004, 12:32:03 PM »
I have found three cases in Alabama that relate directly to PAS and might be relevent to my case and others who post here.  However, I am hitting some dead ends trying to obtain more details.  Maybe someone out there a bit more computer savy than myself could be of assistance.  

I will share what I already have:

C.J.L v. M.W.B., 2003 Ala. Civ. App., February 28, 2003
This case changed custody to the father, giving him sole physical custody. Mother appealed saying shouldn't have relied on doctor's diagnosis of PAS.  The ruling was upheld by the appeals court.

CASE NO. DR-97-502272.03-C
Tina S Wilson
Drew C Wilson

This is a case filed in October 2003 in Mobile County.  The judge is Rosemary D Chambers.  A father's rights group has submitted a 40+ page brief to the judge supporting the BF's position in regards to the BM exhibiting signs of PAS.  The brief is posted at http://www.ancpr.org  This case may very well be over by now, but I cannot seem to find any more info on the outcome.

CASE NO. DR-96-761.01. Jan 06, 2001
Berry v. Berry, Circuit Court of Tuscaloosa County, AL

This case envolves PAS somehow.  That's all I know.

Thanks for any help and I hope some others will benefit as well.

LittleBit's Dad


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