Behind The Secret Walls Of The Family Court System


Behind The Secret Walls Of The Family Court System

via Law Commission And Misconduct in Public Office.

What should be happening is that the confused, mistaken or unclear public official should retire and not before their bad practices are brought to light within the public domain.

World4Justice (Lobby Forum) Justice4Children

World4Justice (Lobby Forum) Justice4Children

Sir James Munby stated: “We have real concerns, shared by other judges, about the recurrent inadequacy of the analysis and reasoning put forward in support of the case for adoption, both in the materials put before the court by local authorities and guardians and also in too many judgments. This is nothing new. But it is time to call a halt.”

Note the blame on local authorities and guardians, with a loose mention of ‘too many judgements’. I n plain English the issue is to do with the judges who do preside over care proceedings,  indeed acting on behalf of local authorities, they are in the same gang.  I may add people are waking up to the fact that the judges are entirely to blame for the mess our children are being placed in,  behind the secret walls of the family court system.

During the first proceedings held in Wellingborough County Court my child’s solicitor Mr. Ro Warren stood up and stated the child is too polite and for that reason my child must be retained in care to find out if my child has an underlying tendencies. My own solicitor sat there and said nothing.

Actual acts of child abuse or severe neglect are not the primary allegations used to seize children from their families, meaning deliberate acts, willfully committed with the intent to harm – contrary to public assumption. CPS employs a method known as the “Clinical Model“, in which the behaviors of the child are used to claim that there is some sort of obscure psychological abuse in the home that has traumatized the child. Continue reading 

The All-Party Group – (APG) on Legal Aid

The APG on Legal Aid holds regular meetings at Parliament to discuss issues relating to legal aid. Meetings focus on specific topics, such as Government consultations, and generally follow the format of an address by an expert speaker or panel, followed by an open discussion of the topic. Speakers include representatives from Government, Parliament, the legal professions, clients, charities, advice agencies and many others. The APG’s terms of reference are as follows:

“To promote parliamentary and public understanding of the importance of the role of publicly funded legal services as a pillar of the welfare state and in reducing inequalities in society. To scrutinize and influence any proposals for the reform of Legal Aid provision to ensure that access to justice for all members of society is preserved and improved.” Continue reading 

Useful Links.

Useful Links For Litigants

I believe that keeping silent when an injustice is taking place is condoning it.

Social workers taking the right care decisions, say Children’s Guardians. Really?

There is no such thing as immunity.

Case Studies:

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

IN THE NORTHAMPTON COUNTY COURT  His Honour Arthur Anthony JUDGE RUMBELOW QC  A Circuit Court Judge Assigned to the Northern Circuit.

CASE NUMBER NN13P00882

IN THE MATTER OF MINOR G (a Child) in the Royal Court of Justice.

Closing Argument – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The position was drastically altered by the Crown Proceedings Act 1947 which made the Crown (when acting as the government) liable as of right in proceedings where it was previously only liable by virtue of a grant of a fiat .. Fore more about Absolute Immunity Continue reading 

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Note From The Author: Children Of African Descent

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19 Responses to Behind The Secret Walls Of The Family Court System

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