The Family Civil Liberties Union (FCLU) has taken a novel approach to attacking legal abuse and the ineptitude and corruption of the courts: reporting it as consumer fraud. The FCLU invites complainants of legal violations to join its campaign.
FCLU has opened a formal Federal Trade Commission (FTC) case for investigation into Family Court Fraud, Deception, and Racketeering. Send your complaints to email@example.com or fax 202-326-2012. Please reference Case Number 58748109 in the email subject line. State all judges, lawyers, “experts,” laws broken, duration, and cost of your case. Make sure you include your contact information, docket number, and jurisdictional information. Your document can be as little as one page or numerous pages. We need volumes of complaints to support our formal legal filings. FTC’s charter is “Protecting America’s Consumer,” and Family Court needs to be abolished or strongly regulated federally. Let’s make it do its job.
The FCLU has also reportedly developed a Judicial Investigative Program—whose felicitous acronym, JIP, sounds like gyp (as in ripoff)—and it urges participation in its Violations Research Program (VRP).
Registering complaint is vital, and here may be a way to do it constructively and “legitimately.” (Complainants who chose to email the FTC might, furthermore, choose to send copies of their emails to their local political representatives, along with a prompt that they take independent action.)
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*The preceding three posts have concerned Legal Abuse Syndrome, a term coined by marriage and family therapist Karin P. Huffer. Dr. Huffer numbers among the FCLU’s board of advisors (as does civil litigation attorney David Heleniak, an ardent proponent of reform).
NJ COURT CORRUPTION NOTE:
BE SURE TO INDICATE WHICH JUDGES AND LAWYERS WERE INVOLVED IN THE VIOLATION OF YOUR CIVIL RIGHTS, ESPECIALLY IF THEY INCLUDE JUDGES IN MERCER COUNTY OR BURLINGTON COUNTY (Judge Call, Judge Ronald E. Bookbinder, Judge Catherine Fitzpatrick, Judge Mary C. Jacobson, Judge Debello, Judge Tomasello.