Luna v. Dobson, 2001 N.Y. Int. 0137 (Dec. 13, 2001).
CIVIL PROCEDURE – RES JUDICATA – CLAIM PRECLUSION – CONSTITUTIONAL LAW – FULL FAITH AND CREDIT – FINALITY OF JUDGMENTS – FAMILY COURT – PATERNITY PETITION
“I am Felicita Luna ( Luna vs Dobson ) In a CT. paternity proceeding I was denied a the right to be heard on the merits of my claim. I said that the Ct judgement should not receive Full Faith and Credit because I never had my day in court.” Click here to watch the video
Take a look at Felicita Luna (@andyny91)
It is the duty of the courts to be watchful for the Constitutional rights of the citizen and against any stealthy encroachments thereon. ” Boyd vs. United States, 116 US 616
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