Sacramento, CA - It is a little organization that the judges and lawyers can no longer silence. California Protective Parents have stepped up to ensure things in our family courts get better.
For over two decades dedicated parents and volunteers have tried to shine a bright light on the harm being caused to generations of kids because of family courts. Yet, prior to the internet and social media, many parents found they were isolated and crushed by injustice if they spoke out , or filed complaints.
A NEW DAY IS DAWNING
Too many children are being harmed. Too much money is going to lawyers, lawyers appointed for children and court experts because Judges have become lazy and caught up in a status quo that is no longer being tolerated.
Pressure on law makers is ramping up and that pressure includes demands that counties, district attorneys and law enforcement agencies real in runaway courts and runaway lawyers and litigants willing to lie, cheat and steal in a divorce.
Today's parents are smarter and angry enough to get things changed. The FBI has been so overwhelmed with complaints about divorce court, they no longer can ignore it. The Department of Justice is investigating family courts in many states and investigators in the San Francisco office are diving into thousands of cases and complaints.
Counties crushed by legal costs to defend the status quo are seeing pressure mount in the form of recalls and complaints to the State Auditor that is leaving nowhere to run and nowhere to hide,
Parents are court watching, spying, photographing, editing and working together to expose unethical lawyers and judges who ignore perjury and false claims. Aggressively prosecuting protective parents who seek protection from real abusers has become unacceptable.
Secret . Meetings span from Sacramento and Contra Costa to Santa Clara and Orange County , many are held weekly and reach up to 100 members at a given meeting.
Reporters from ABC, NBC , the San Francisco Chronicle, the San Jose Mercury , the East Bay Times, The Sacramento Bee and the Metro are diving in to investigate stories. The Center for Investigative Reporting is joining with NPR to cover family law matters that have never before been taken on by major press outlets.
Committees and Associations are gaining in membership and the numbers surpass more traditional associations that make up the status quo.
Legal Abuse is bring called out in civil and federal judgements and the pressure on public watchdogs has never been greater. The State Bar and the Commission on Judicial Performance have so seriously violated public trust in the judiciary, that state lawmakers may strip them of their investigative powers.
Keep speaking up. Keep reaching out. Things are changing and this time the insiders are nervous and the outsiders are coming in to take over !
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