Q: What law or title in the civil rights act protects me against discrimination from the friend of the court office?
I was looking at title vi information but as far as I know that framework is mainly for programs that accept federal assistance not so much referring to the employees of government offices. I do believe my investigator discriminates on gender and race. I know most times people are just being bitter toward the state but I have evidence and have asked numerous people who are not friends if they felt my investigator was capable of giving an impartial investigation with the current beliefs she has been voicing on Facebook. I know somethings on Facebook would not be enough to show discrimination but her evaluation of my case was full of "facts" I can prove to not be true. I would not imagine that if someone did this on a normal basis they wouldn't have a job so my only conclusion to the fabricated evaluation is because I am the recipient of discrimination on behalf of my gender and race. Fyi I am the opposite "color" of the race she claims to be her people while the other parent is her ppl.
You can file a grievance with that FOC office.
Remember, the evaluation is more or less an opinion, and you have the opportunity to object to that opinion and have a judge hear your case. You have the opportunity then to show the judge the FOC person got it wrong. Judge may or may not agree with you, but that's where you start.
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