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The hearing for petition for domestic violence was dismissed without cause but her attorney plead what if something happens in the future,so the judge place a stay away order on the civil case no. that was not noticed and the case of domestic was dismissed. Was this correct for the judge to issue without a notice for the civil case. Only the domestic case was noticed.
I hear that the stay away order vcan not be placed on both parties, is this true, and why not.
Is the stay away order seen as that I am guilty? or capable of causing harm? It seems prejudicial and is being used to obstruct my visitations with children.
yes, the low life attorney did this to scare the judge who just came from criminal court. The judge did not place a stay away order from the children.
Why is it so difficult for judges to force visitations even with testimony from court appointed psychologist says that I can still rescue the children from alienation.
The judge keeps saying he wants to get to the bottom of the issue at every hearing but does not force visitations. The children are being alienated and the psychologist already has testified that the visitations need to be forced and the longer he waits the harder it will be. The new judge has being on case for two month. there was a prior judge who had made finding of parental alienation on the mother but was reversed by appellate court, and now i have not seen the children for five months since the reversal.
Are the judges afraid to loose the women vote on court elections/ Why are they so soft on women wh
she went on spansih tv like eight times, disrupted my church, my place of business, violated the no timesharing order from judge.. The psychologists are afraid to get bad publicity because he was also accused of bribes, and judge of corruption, and that I would kill my children which I adore. The 3rd dca ruled they had reviewed the complete record when the record was still in the judges chambers the day they ruled, They even denied the rehearing. The appellate court ignored their own laws to have a full record. Now I am back to were it started two and a half year. How frequent is it for the appellate court to circumvent the law and substitute their opinion for the trila judges opinion? Is it rare or does it happen frequently?
We went with a writ of Mandamus to the supreme court since the district purposely did not state that they had reviewed an incomplete record later admitted by the opposing attorney in her reply brief. We cited a case Applegate v. ? but the supreme court ruled that the appeals court had jurisdiction to rule the way they wanted since they were not breaking any laws. It was judge rothenberg at the 3rd dca who is not liked by many attorneys who wrote the opinion.
So I am the mercy of the trial judge to expedite the case? I have another status hearing tomorrow. He does not like to be pushed. . What is a strategy I can use to expedite case. I filed a letter a few days to expedite case.
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