Monthly Archives: July 2017

CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES AND THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM


CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES AND THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM Permanent termination of parental rights has been described as “the family law equivalent of the death penalty in a criminal case.” Therefore, parents “must be afforded every procedural and substantive protection the … Continue reading

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In The High Court Of Justice Family Division: In The Matter Of Charlie Gard


In The High Court Of Justice Family Division: In The Matter Of Charlie Gard In The High Court Of Justice Family Division FD 17 P OO13 AND FD 17 P 00358 IN THE MATTER OF THE INHERENT JURISDICTION OF THE … Continue reading

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We The People: There Were Many Luminaries At The 1787 Constitutional Convention


We the People: There Were Many Luminaries At The 1787 Constitutional Convention . Washington, Franklin et al. Often overlooked is the Preamble’s author, Gouverneur Morris. Source: We the People: Gouverneur Morris & the US Constitution’s Preamble The Preamble: Mission Statement … Continue reading

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Setting Up Trust


  Setting Up Trust   Watch “Tarhaka on Setting up Trust and using the Private” on YouTube   Word Of The Day: Person A person is a being, such as a human, that has certain capacities or attributes constituting personhood. In … Continue reading

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Nancy Schaefer World Congress on Families


Nancy Schaefer World Congress on Families In the event you must present yourself  seek assistance from your own county’s court or from the court of a large county in your state. For other resources, enter “pro se” in an internet … Continue reading

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Foster Children Still In Hotels Despite Ministry Claim The Problem Fixed


Foster Children Still In Hotels Despite Ministry Claim The Problem Fixed 82 children have been housed in hotels since May   The Ministry of Social Services has acknowledged that foster children, including infants, are still being housed in a Regina … Continue reading

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Charlie Gard: No Agreement Over Where Baby Moved For Final Days


Charlie Gard: No Agreement Over Where Baby Moved For Final Days Hospital bosses and the parents of terminally-ill Charlie Gard have been unable to reach an agreement about where he will spend his final days. Connie Yates and Chris Gard … Continue reading

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George Pell confirms he will attend court hearing on historical sexual assault charges


  George Pell confirms he will attend court hearing on historical sexual assault charges Cardinal Pell is scheduled to appear in a Melbourne court on Wednesday. REUTERS: REMO CASILLI   #OpDeathEatersAustralia: #Cardinal #GeorgePell will face a #Melbourne #court in person … Continue reading

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Foster mother ‘raped boy hundreds of times while claiming she was his girlfriend with ageing disease’


Foster mother ‘raped boy hundreds of times while claiming she was his girlfriend with ageing disease’   Foster mother Joelle Barozzini allegedly had sex with a boy in her care.Joelle Barozzini / Twitter A foster mother allegedly raped a boy … Continue reading

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4 Strange Cultural Practices Associated with Marriage In Nigerian


  4 Strange Cultural Practices Associated with Marriage In Nigerian   There are three types of Marriages recognized in Nigeria –1. The Court Wedding2. The Church / Nikai wedding3. The traditional / customary weddings Source: There Is No Legal Recognition … Continue reading

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