– Justice is a concept of moral rightness based on ethics, rationality, law,natural law, religion, equity or fairness, as well as the administration of the law, taking into account the inalienable and inborn rights of all human beings and citizens…
Parental alienation is real. It’s been real for a long time. It may take time for the mental health community to go through the red tape of getting the words right so they cover their own butts and figure out how they mutually agree on treatment so they will be paid for it, but it’s there nonetheless. Parental Alienation like many other things in this world is caught up in the red tape of humanity while good parents and children suffer and families are destroyed.
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If you’re concerned about Crime and Delinquency then you should be concerned with the Reform of the Family Courts in America. Here’s why ~ According to the Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, “The most reliable indicator of violent crime in a community is the proportion of fatherless families. Fatherless families, in turn, are caused in part by family courts that exclude fathers from post-divorce parenting. By instituting shared parenting after divorce or separation, fathers would be allowed to continue to show their sons the right way to grow into manhood.” ~AND~ In the release, Dr. Ned Holstein, founder and board chair of National Parents Organization said: “Unfortunately, however, our nation’s family courts prevent millions of divorced and separated fathers from having meaningful relationships with their children, which only leave their children more vulnerable to this unfortunate behavior.”
That’s why EVERY Presidential Debate MUST discuss the Family Courts in America and how to fix it.
A lack of impartiality is evident when a judge takes a party’s appeal personally or over-reacts to a motion to disqualify. For example, the Nebraska Supreme Court sanctioned behavior that disclosed a judge’s “unhealthy and wholly improper concern with the protection of her own rulings from appellate reversal.”
When a judge becomes embroiled in a controversy, the line between the judge and the controversy before the court becomes blurred, and the judge’s impartiality or appearance of impartiality may become compromised. . . . The responsibility of a judge is to decide matters that have been submitted to the court by the parties. The judge may not, having decided a case, advocate for or . . . materially assist one party at the expense of the other. Such advocacy creates the appearance, and perhaps the reality, of partiality on the part of the judge. This, in turn, erodes public confidence in…
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