Where is America’s Moral Legal Compass regarding how the laws are being Illegally Practiced to Oppress Victims of the Law?

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Where is America’s Moral Legal Compass regarding how the laws are being Illegally Practiced to Oppress Victims of the Law?

 

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There have been countless horrors committed by judges and attorneys in Texas; however, it’s just not the state of Texas. What are some topics we’ll discuss in this article? Many concerning the law and how it’s being practiced to oppress and suppress victims. Are you going through a divorce and are worried about your civil right being taken advantage of in Family courts? If the answer is Yes, this will be a good read and also for those who are aware of this ungodly system that calls itself the law and is violating American civil rights.

1. Lack of trust in the Law due to experiencing or witnessing civil rights violations in family courts, all across America. Being afraid to speak out about what you experienced, witnessed, or the horror stories.

The lack of trust in the law due to witnessing or experiencing civil rights violations in family courts is a widespread problem in America. Many people are afraid to speak out about what they have experienced for fear of retaliation or reprisal, which diminishes the availability of justice for those who have suffered at the hands of “Attorneys, Judges, and Governmental Institutions.”

2. The law allows CPS to lie and it is legal for the attorney to do so. The hindrance of state programs keeping those who are already suppressed by illegal ways the laws are practiced, silent.

When CPS (Child Protective Services) intervenes in a family’s life, they are under the legal obligation to “act in the best interests of the child.” frequently this means removing the child from the home and placing them with a relative or foster parent. Unfortunately, CPS has been known to lie about the situation in order to gain access to a family’s home and children. In fact, it is not against the law for an attorney representing CPS to do so. This hinders state programs from being able to keep track of those who are already suppressed by illegal ways the law is practiced and kept silent.

3. How do all the human errors, biases, prejudice, and discrimination impact the communities in which attorneys, judges, and state programs serve?

All of the human errors, biases, prejudice, and discrimination that attorneys, judges, and state programs experience inevitably impact the communities in which they serve. This includes everything from making mistakes to dismissing cases based on personal biases. This can have serious consequences for the people who are affected, as well as the communities in which they live.

4. How do we make sure that civil rights violations don’t continue happening in family courts?

There is no one easy solution to this problem and I cannot provide legal advice but if I lived in say the state of Texas, I would personally record in court hearings, whenever dealing with legal professionals, have witnesses, file police reports, file one with the state bar, request the case to be moved to a federal level. Even with all this stated, I would be very aware that these professionals are the ones that control the laws, the law is easily manipulated by these professionals and I would understand that these Professionals are not to be trusted due to the statistical facts. You have many good and honest legal professionals and the horror stories are from the ones that have gotten away with doing like actions to many victims under their care.
THE DISPARITY IN FAMILY COURTS CONCERNING DISCRIMINATION IS HIGH. One thing I noticed is people are constantly being informed that they cannot make changes in their divorce decrees and that the attorneys cannot make changes. I would personally look up the state law and if legal, I would ask the attorney to repeat himself or herself, I would have witnesses and documentation reflecting the crimes of the matter. Then they act like they don’t know how the discriminatory content remained or claim it was of your own will. Well, I don’t believe that the American people believe this, it’s a clear indicator of corruption in when dealing with these professionals.  Speaking with the DOJ about civil rights violations in Texas, I have no comments about this or the state bars, except read the comments on your state bar reviews and read what victims have to state about these programs.

 

# You are not alone     #Know the warning signs

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