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Did you reply to this? I didn't see a reply, but got a text saying that you had replied?
What kind of evidence?
There is a child custody file for over the last two years.
And then there was the mediator's report.
Oh so you think that this order is a temporary order instead of just leaving the one in place that we both agreed to at one time. You think the judge changed it and made a temporary order until September.
Weird.. We had a schedule set up that was according to what was best for us and she goes and changes it. And you tell me I can appeal it or contact the ethics board. The appeal could take forever and the judicial committe might piss her off and so she'll take it out on my son. Wow, what a corrupt world we live in.
If thats true that the legal system isn't perfect and isn't fair then what's the sense. Maybe if I appeal it I might get lucky with someone who is fair and just.. as in "justice".. That's absurd! Hire an attorney who may do what he says he will do or at least try for what a judge who will not follow the laws or judicial proceedings as they are suppose to be. Then have to fight that too! It's unbelievable. I'm sorry but let me try the appeal and see if your advice was worth the $28. If it is then maybe a bonus will follow..
My mistake.. It's foolish to ask for answers that end up meaning nothing in a court of law anyways because they are not perfect and are even unfair.. I want fairness. I want to know that if I'm told I can file an appeal that it means something. I want to know that if I contact an ethic board with a complaint especially over something as personal as my son and about not being giving my rights of due process that I will be heard and dealt with fairly and that the judge will NOT become biased as a result. I want to know that there is some course of action I can take when my rights have been violated in a court of law and I will be heard and I will received fairness. I can go do alot of things, but if it's to no avail, what good is that? I'm going to look at appealing it. Hopefully my son won't lose his mother completely for sticking up for her rights to be a mother and parent to her son and spend time with him. But if they want to get me where it will hurt that's all they have to do.
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