2016 Video Captures Family Court Corruption at the San Jose Rotary Club at a Holiday Event Hosted by the Local Bar Association as Attended by Cops, Lawyers and Judges.
Warning: Family Court Does Not Operate Like You See On Television. Aside from the personal and emotional issues you may face during a divorce, probate or custody case, California's Family Courts have become corrupt. The extent to which you may be harmed by the corruption depends on the lawyer your ex hires, and the judge assigned to your case.
The average cost of a divorce case now surpasses $250,000 dollars, yet court files in the state's wealthiest counties indicate lawyers are earning as much as $500,000 from a middle-class divorce over 2-3 years. The most corruption is found in cases being dragged out 5-10 years where attorneys and court appointed experts will rape all the home equity and savings subject to division by a family court. The most corrupt attorneys and judges work to keep cases in family court, where no jury will ever hear what is going on and where no reporters will be watching the cases.
Corruption is rampant when it comes to family court. Lawyers and judges have undisclosed conflicts that assure the party willing to pay the most corrupt attorney will get the majority of property, custody and assets. Modern technology has allowed bribes, money laundering and other crimes to go undetected in divorce cases where potential leaks may occur. Family law cases are also used to conceal child abuse and domestic violence that was contained to the secrecy of the home prior to ending up in open court.
Judges presiding over family court have been incited to believe everyone is lying, and experts paid the most money will rig a report for the benefit of the one paying the fees, as the " out' spouse is set up to be put through an unbelievable journey into evil that nobody but folks reading blogs such as this one will believe.
This blog is designed to show the patterns and practices of the corruption in California's Family, Civil and Criminal Courts. We rely on tips and use open sourcing for our investigations. We also assist in showing examples of how local government and the courts work in concert to inflict horrific harm on children and families. The hope in showing how this corruption works it can be exposed anywhere.
If you can't afford a lawyer during a divorce, or have no access to cash, your former spouse will; bankrupt you, fight for full custody, make false allegations of domestic violence, abuse or other crimes to detract attention from their own criminality. This bleeds into the criminal courts where the elected district attorney stays in power by accepting bribes and information for the benefit of private divorce and criminal defense attorneys.
Our 2021 Tipbits Tab offers tips, information, court filings and ride- alongs of open source investigations. By understanding this blog readers and viewers will have the tools to better understand how corruption persists in communities where when good police officers, lawyers and judges are incompetent, complicit and silent and bad cops, attorneys, judges, accountants, and court appointed experts are corrupt.
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