Family Courts Are Supposed To Be Managed By Public Servants


Family Courts Are Supposed To Be Managed By Public Servants.

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One must remember that people who do nasty things to other people, and are required to do them by their masters.

via What Family Courts deal with

Family matters are dealt with in the Family Division of the High Court, by district judges in County Courts and in Family Proceedings Courts, which specialist Magistrates’ Courts.

Family Law, Global News.

  • With documents missing from its files and clerks signing orders without the approval of any justices

This is the letter from Mark A. Adams to the Inspector General for Florida’s Attorney General’s Office requesting a criminal investigation. For more on this, do a search for Justice in Florida’s Supreme Court.   Continue reading 

Mark A. Adams

Case Studies:

  • Florida, United States Of America.
  • Northamptonshire, United Kingdom.

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