Q: With the help of a judge Defacs and local police my child has been kidnapped. No Due process and civil rights violation
My child was recently removed from my custody without any clear and convincing evidence due to an anonymous false allegation which after two hearings have not been proven, which is required in this situation. Now he was judicially held from us recently but we have not been allowed to see him or talk to him since Dec. 7. With no court order. This case is riddled with Civil rights and due process violations say the least. To be more exact there has been no due process afforded to my family. I do not claim to know much but I have been studying case law ever since it was obvious we were being, for lack of a better description, targeted. I have found many situations that I’m prepared to cite, also cases that have set precedent That could be considered less deserving then this particular situation. Although I was recently afforded the opportunity to have a court appointed attorney represent me during these proceedings, the attorney has been ineffective at best. Without any objection he signe
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-The Upshaw Law Firm, (770) 240-0922.
A: It would be wise to meet with an attorney right away who can review the facts of your case in detail and help you plan the proper course of action to address it. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
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