Crisis In The Family Courts

Compiled by Trish Wilson, © 2005 All rights reserved by author

May 8, 2005: PETITION: PLEASE DISTRIBUTE FAR AND WIDE TO GET AS MANY SIGNATURES AS POSSIBLE TODAY. We are presenting this petition to the New York Matrimonial Commission tomorrow.

ANNOUNCEMENT: The Petition to free Genia Shockome from the Duchess County, NY jail and to stay the judgement rendered by Judge Damian J. Amodeo on May 5, 2005 allowing the removal of her children from the State of New York is now active and online to be signed by as many people as possible.http://www.PetitionOnline.com/FreGenia/petition.html
Thank you.
Liliane Heller Miller
Co-Founder and Vice Chair
Battered Mother’s Custody Conference
http://www.batteredmotherscustodyconference.org/

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
May 7, 2005

Contact:
Stop Family Violence – Irene Weiser
607-539-6856 / 607-435-3010 (cell)
iw-stopfamilyviolence.org

Barry Goldstein Esq.
914-968-0922 (w) / 914-643-3142 (cell)
barryg78-aol.com

JUDGE SENDS PREGNANT MOM TO JAIL FOR MOTHER’S DAY, GIVES CUSTODY TO ABUSIVE…

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About viewsofthechild

"In my respectful view all children in Canada have legal rights to be heard in all matters affecting them, including custody cases. Decisions should not be made without ensuring that those legal rights have been considered. These legal rights are based on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, (“the Convention”), and Canadian domestic law." Madam Justice D. Martinson, YKSC B.J.G. v. D.L.G., 2010 YKSC 44
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