No Judge who is corrupt, who condones corruption in others, can possibly remains on the Bench.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

help solve the crisis in the nation’s family courts

According to a conservative estimate by the Leadership Council

each year more than 58,000 children are ordered by family courts into unsupervised contact with physically or sexually abusive parents following divorce in the United States. (link to press release)
This crisis is larger than the one in the Catholic Church. It is also more dangerous. Children who are court ordered into the custody of their abuser have no one to turn to for help as these custody determinations are backed by the force of law.
What can you do to help solve the crisis in the nation’s family courts?
Find out about the domestic violence laws in your state. Most states prevent perpetrators of domestic violence from having custody or access. Is this law being upheld in your state? Join with others and work within your state to strengthen these laws.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I know there are definite serious issues within the judicial system in VA. I am a mother of a beautiful 6 yr.old son. To me its crystal clear My son and I witness and endured verbal and physical abuse for almost 4 yrs. Does a judge or law guardian really think the abuser can be a compassionate and loving parent? please wake up!If the fathers were abusive to the mothers;do you think they can really be a positive role model to these children. I say no!Reality is the most of them have substance abuse issues and sociopath personalities.There is statistics to prove it.Once they have opportunity to raise this children the cycle of damage children/adults will continue. The result is erosion in society.Our children are our future. What kind of parents will they be if their raised mainly by abusive parents?