Dozens Of CPS Caseworkers Caught Lying, Falsifying Documents


Dozens Of CPS Caseworkers Caught Lying, Falsifying Documents When Child Protective Services received a complaint that a Harris County father had choked his teenage daughter, caseworker Michelle Robinson said she hurried to the house, conducted a thorough investigation, determined there … Continue reading

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Secret Agents Exposing The Useless Family Court System


Secret Agents Exposing The Useless Family Court System

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Via Monies Come From The Corruption Of Banksters.

The second time I did stand before Her Honour Judge Alison Hampton in the Northampton County Court, the woman did call me a spy! Really I am just one of many parents who do care.

There is a slight problem (for them a problem, for us a good thing) there is more than one of me scattered around the globe, there are 1000s of us within the UK. Spy my foot, bad judges are cheesed off that they are being exposed … as with the police.

In the UK there are well over 100 of us who have stood up to say, we have had it up to here!

 

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NAME & SHAME YOUR CROOKED LAWYER : Have you been treated roughly by your solicitor ? It’s time to talk, rate, review, name & shame YOUR crooked lawyer


NAME & SHAME YOUR CROOKED LAWYER : Have you been treated roughly by your solicitor ? It’s time to talk, rate, review, name & shame YOUR crooked lawyer

Naming & shaming a crooked lawyer is one of the best ways to warn consumers of the perils of using lawyers who fail to disclose their history to clients.

If you have experience of a crooked lawyer, or if you know of anyone who has experience of a crooked lawyer, wherever you are, you can help protect yourself, or help others by ensuring the details of the story are fully published in the media.

In some areas it must be insisted that fundamental rights in the UK are very well protected by statutes.

Publishing your experiences at the hands of crooks in the legal world will protect you.

When discussing particular issues, people need to see the evidence, for one to be believed.

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De facto corporation and corporation by estoppel.


De facto corporation and corporation by estoppel are both terms that are used by courts in most common law jurisdictions to describe circumstances in which a business organization that has failed to become a de jure corporation (a corporation by law). I’ve never seen any reason to treat the entities differently … Continue reading

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Is it illegal to record conversations?


Is it illegal to record conversations?

Now everyone has a mobile phone, the technology to covertly record is far more readily available and social media means the ability to publish or share it has increased exponentially. This, along with the far greater exposure of parents to alternative sources of advice on the internet, has created a “perfect storm”, according to local authority lawyer and author Andrew Pack communitycare.co.uk 2015/12/17

As a child protection office once told me , “They lie”. I argued they don’t, but was sadly proven wrong by Tony Carlson (Barnsley) I long to see him in court for his lies but have to be satisfied with the fact he is in fear of me affording to bring Civil Action against them.


We have all thought about it at some point, whether it’s for proof of what was said during an argument or to just record a meeting or conversation, but is recording conversations actually legal?

When it comes to discreetly recording conversations, calls or even filming someone, the law in the UK varies between individuals and businesses and it’s important to understand the distinctions before you attempt it.

Nowadays, the range of technology at our disposal means it is easy to record conversations without the other participant’s knowledge – but does that mean it’s ethical, and can it be admitted as evidence in court?

Is it illegal to record a conversation in secret?

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Solicitor sets up phone line to help ‘terrified’ juniors in ‘cultish’ firms.


A lawyer has scented a business opportunity in what he describes as the ‘cultish atmosphere’ within firms where juniors’ gaps in knowledge are not tolerated.

By Max Walters 4 January 2019, Law Society Gazette

Fraser Clark, admitted in 2014, says the ’Legal Practice Helpdesk’phoneline he has set up will connect callers with experienced practitioners in various fields so that they can talk through the basics of procedure. The service is open to all lawyers but Clark said it could be most beneficial to juniors who might be afraid to ask colleagues. 

There you go!

Solicitors are triained to pen push. Filling in forms is never the same as learning how to put up a good fight in the Courtroom.

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#RecordRecord Social Workers Are Still Insisting That It Is Illegal For “Clients” To Record Them.


#RecordRecord Social Workers Are Still Insisting That It Is Illegal For “Clients” To Record Them.

Sourced from: Andrew Barnard, 30th December 2018

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It has come to my attention that Social Workers are still insisting that it is illegal for “Clients” to record them.

Rule 1. Keep all Correspondence and paperwork.

Rule 2 ALWAYS be polite and respectful even when they goad you.

Rule 3. Never tell them.

Rule 4. Use the recording if necessary to prove your side of any “Misreporting“.

Rule 5. And Doubts check the law.

As a child protection office once told me , “They lie”. I argued they don’t, but was sadly proven wrong by Tony Carlson (Barnsley) I long to see him in court for his lies but have to be satisfied with the fact he is in fear of me affording to bring Civil Action against them.

Not all lie, but do you want to be foul of one that does.

Social  workers have immense powers and terrible responsibilities.   If they make a wrong decision, the consequences can be catastrophic..

via Social work, stress and supervision : Keeping a balance of heart and brain

In some areas it must be insisted that fundamental rights in the UK are very well protected by statutes which are enthusiastically enforced by the judiciary.   Indeed in two areas at least, freedom from discrimination on grounds of sex or race, there is better protection than that provided by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).  As both acts prohibit indirect discrimination, as well as direct, and both operate objective tests rather than intentionality tests, there is no problem in these areas for UK citizens as long as the statutes remain in force.

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Where professionals are acting in a Dishonest and unscrupulous manner Social Workers, Cafcass officers and the rest are Nameable and they use the Privacy of Family Court to continue their crimes Unhindered (kangaroo court)..

RECORD EXPOSE and teach these Cretins that there ARE Consequences for their actions.. You cannot bring charges as the police don’t act.. Even if you have clear evidence you are all too often told ” It is a Civil Matter” or “See your solicitor” But Family LAW Practitioners are not interested in exposing such criminal activities as it will adversely effect their living they often tell you that it is not a family Law matter.

Sir Ian did not break the law. Under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA), it is not illegal for individuals to tape conversations provided the recording is for their own use.

Recording or monitoring is only prohibited where some of the contents of the communication are made available to a third party. If a person intends to make the conversation available, they must get the consent of the person being recorded.

I think it entirely appropriate that a senior police figure would have his telephone conversations monitored and that anyone calling them would understand this. After all, if allegations are made about the officer, he/she will have their own evidence and, secondly, it can monitor undue pressure being applied to the officer. To whinge in the way the Attorney General ( a political appointment) has makes me feel he has something to hide. It is for these reasons I believe Sir Ian, on this occasion, has got it right.
Bob Eastoe, Aylesbury

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Britain’s top policeman is under fire for secretly taping important phone conversations. So what are the rules on recording phone conversations?


Britain’s top policeman is under fire for secretly taping important phone conversations. So what are the rules on recording phone conversations?

Last Updated: Monday, 13 March 2006

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair is fighting to save his job after secretly taping a phone conversation with a senior minister.

He recorded a 10-minute call with the Attorney General, Lord Goldsmith, last September without him knowing, it has emerged. Lord Goldsmith has complained to the Home Secretary Charles Clarke and Sir Ian has since apologised.

Sir Ian has also admitted to taping calls with senior officials from the Independent Police Complaints Commission.

So if the country’s top policeman is being criticised, what are the rules when it comes to recording phone conversations?

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Racial Distinctions In The Law


Racial Distinctions In The Law

 

Justice O’Connor’s majority opinion equates the practice of identifying a Black community and attempting to facilitate its members’ exercise of the right to vote through redistricting to “political apartheid” because it lumps together persons “who may have little in common with one another but the color of their skin.” In her view, the practice reflects prejudice and can only reinforce “impermissible racial stereotypes” such as the “perception that members of the same racial group … think alike, share the same political interests, and will prefer the same candidates at the polls.” For O’Connor, “[r]acial classifications of any sort pose the risk of lasting harm to our society. They reinforce the belief, held by too many for too much of our history, that individuals should be judged by the color of their skin” (racism.org).

Judges and senior lawyers admit that the system under which they are appointed is riddled with corruption and open to widespread abuse.

 

The entire criminal justice system was infiltrated by organised crime gangs, according to a secret Scotland Yard report leaked to The Independent. ~ Video Rapper Ice T on US gun control (20July12)

via Institutions Can Behave In Ways That Are Overtly Racist.

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Marking Our Children Like cattle


 

Marking Our Children Like Cattle

 

They round them up
They shuffle into a camp & close the gates behind them
They barely provide food & water
Then someone grasps the child and holds him still while grasp one arm
Then they write numbers on the child’s arm
Marking them like cattle

Germany 1939
AND
Yesterday

@GrassrootsSpeak

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Home Office makes almost £100m profit from children registering as British citizens over five years

  • independent.com May Bulman, 

By charging fees that far outweigh the administrative cost, department rakes in more than £51,600 every day from child applications – in what critics attack as ‘barefaced profiteering’.

 

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Are You Really Sure Your Solicitor Is Fully Representing You?


 

Are You Really Sure Your Solicitor Is Fully Representing You?

 

client

means:

(i)
the person for whom you act and, where the context permits, includes prospective and former clients;

(ii)
in Parts 1-6 of the SRA Accounts Rules, the person for whom you act; and

(iii)
in the SRA Financial Services (Scope) Rules, in relation to any regulated activities carried on by a firm for a trust or the estate of a deceased person (including a controlled trust), the trustees or personal representatives in their capacity as such and not any person who is a beneficiary under the trust or interested in the estate.

 

via Are You Really Sure Your Family Law Solicitor Is Fully Representing You?

Complaints handling
IB(1.22)
having a written complaints procedure which:

(a)
is brought to clients’ attention at the outset of the matter;

(b)
is easy for clients to use and understand, allowing for complaints to be made by any reasonable means;

(c)
is responsive to the needs of individual clients, especially those who are vulnerable;

(d)
enables complaints to be dealt with promptly and fairly, with decisions based on a sufficient investigation of the circumstances;

(e)
provides for appropriate remedies; and

(f)
does not involve any charges to clients for handling their complaints;

IB(1.23)
providing the client with a copy of the firm’s complaints procedure on request;

IB(1.24)
in the event that a client makes a complaint, providing them with all necessary information concerning the handling of the complaint.

 

 

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Judge arrested for punching teen son in the mouth


 

Judge arrested for punching teen son in the mouth.

nypost.com

A judge in Nevada was arrested by Las Vegas police on a domestic violence charge after an incident involving her 18-year-old son, an attorney for the judge’s estranged husband told police.

Clark County District Judge Stefany Miley was arrested around 11 p.m. Saturday after an attorney for her husband, Edward Miley, called police late Saturday to report an incident that allegedly turned physical between the judge and the couple’s teenage son.

Stefany Miley is scheduled to appear before a judge on Jan. 22. Edward Miley filed to dissolve their marriage earlier this year, citing “catastrophic health issues” and also requesting spousal support.

Attorneys for Edward Miley said in his filing that while he “loves his wife Stefany very much,” the couple’s incompatibility is so vast that no chance of reconciliation exists.

The document also claims that Miley has “conducted herself in such a manner, and taken certain actions, that are improper and inappropriate to the harm and detriment of Edward,” according to the Review-Journal.

The incident marks at least the second time that the Mileys have been involved in a domestic violence incident. In October 2009, Edward Miley was arrested on a domestic battery charge after an argument at the couple’s home during which he allegedly choked the judge and the couple’s dog, KTNV reports.

Stefany Miley, according to a 2014 website for her re-election bid, was raised in Austin, Texas, before graduating from Texas A&M University with a degree in journalism and marketing. She was first elected to Family Court in 2004. Four years later, she was elected to District Court, where she presides over civil and criminal cases.

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