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Dr phil – Kids Pick a Side: Mom or Dad


Dr phil – Kids Pick a Side: Mom or Dad Dr. Phil is a talk show hosted by Phil McGraw. After McGraw’s success with his segments on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Dr. Phil debuted on September 16, 2002. On both shows McGraw offers advice in … Continue reading

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DR. DAVID SOUTHALL

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DR. DAVID SOUTHALL AND THE GENERAL MEDICAL COUNCIL IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE Dr Southall’s conduct was not a mere error of judgment in a challenging environment where there may have been few established principles for guidance. Nor was … Continue reading

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The Ethics Of Transracial Adoption


The Ethics Of Transracial Adoption See on Scoop.it – Parental Responsibility Interracial adoption (also referred to as transracial adoption) refers to the act of placing a child of one racial or ethnic group with adoptive parents of another racial or ethnic … Continue reading

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Closing Argument – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Closing Argument See on Scoop.it – Public Law Children Act Cases See on en.wikipedia.org Related articles Child Protective Social Services out of Control (towardchange.wordpress.com) Adoption support reform announced – Number 10 (towardchange.wordpress.com) Populism – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (towardchange.wordpress.com) Welcome … Continue reading

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Vested Interests


Vested Interests Corruption – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Barristers Byron James and Richard Alomo from 14 Gray’s Inn Square discuss the interpretation of section 38(6) Children Act 1989 in the case law (RT @CPDcast: Listen to Byron James and Richard Alomo from … Continue reading

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Judicial Accountability and Stare Decisis – Should the US be Learning from the UK?


Judicial Accountability and Stare Decisis – Should the US be Learning from the UK? “The purpose of this principle is to ensure legal certainty and fairness for litigants. It also means there is a built-in check on judicial activism, so … Continue reading

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Parents Against Injustice. Parents Rights Blog — WordPress. Parents Rights UK Establishment. PART 1- Family Court Crisis – Our Children at Risk. PART 2 – Family Court Crisis – Our Children at Risk. Principles underlying a civil appeals system. Public … Continue reading

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Justice for Father and Child


 Justice for Father and Child The fathers’ rights movement exists almost exclusively in industrialized countries, where divorce has become more common. It emerged in the West from the 1960s onwards as part of the men’s movement with organizations such as … Continue reading

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HIGH COURT CORRUPTION


HIGH COURT CORRUPTION CHALLENGED AUSTRALIA – For the first time in Australian history, two High Court judges are being prosecuted for defying the Constitution and refusing to assist parents of sexually abused children betrayed by Family Court judges. The Real … Continue reading

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In the 1980′s Miami prosecutors devised a nationally-imitated method to win child molestation convictions


In the 1980′s Miami prosecutors devised a nationally-imitated method to win child molestation convictions. The Miami prosecutors pioneered a new technique: the use of child psychologists to “tease” memories out of children.    False allegations when interviewing children Children are vulnerable … Continue reading

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