Sonoma, Santa Clara, Monterey, Contra Costa, Sacramento & Orange Counties INVESTIGATED
What started out as an media investigation of California's family courts, has turned into an investigation that may criminally involve county and public employees, police departments and DA offices up and down the state. Lawyers linked to family law cases appear to be engaged in confidential relationships that are established to convert community money and child support to reunification counselors, supervised visitation services , non- profits and custody experts who are practicing with out valid licenses.
Caught in the cross fire is the state's judicial oversight bodies and watchdogs, agencies that are known to have been ignoring consumer complaints for decades.
At stake are big careers, and big money woven through the state's Attorney General Office, the FBI and political and judicial careers that have traditionally enjoyed immunity and indemnification.
Family law lawyers using domestic violence as a litigation tactic and financial incentive to prevent clients from paying child and spousal support are now getting a closer look, and RICO complaints not investigated since Operation Greylord are threating the counties up and down the state.
Reports indicate FBI insiders may also be misusing family courts in their own divorce cases and a media investigation may put the FBI back in the public spotlight as it tries to uncover from the scrutiny it faced over the recent Presidential Election , and claims from both the Trump and Clinton camps.
Members of Q are providing information to investigative and adversarial journalists who are determined to bring to the public attention the serious threats coming from inside California's legal system.
If you have information about any of the following persons or agencies related to a custody matter, please email us at CALJOHNQPUBLIC@GMAIL.Com
Dr. Randy Rand
Sonoma County Legal Services Foundation
Dr. Larry Nicholas