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Guilty Until ProvenInnocent premiered at the Avalon Theater in Washington D.C. to a near capacity audience. It was a moving experience for those in attendance. The theater was filled with individuals who had some level of familiarity with the family courts.

There was a police officer whose future career is uncertain because he can no longer carry a sidearm due to a serial accusers false allegations of abuse. Then came a grandmother and sister who have been denied any relationship with, and access to, the children of their son and brother after he could no longer withstand the pressure of family court and ended his life.

One fellow traveled over 500 miles to attend the opening of the film and another guy who had just spent 10 days in jail for non-payment of $250 in child support for a daughter who lives with him also attended. Pastors, professors and social workers who share an interest in the topic attended. For 50 minutes people were riveted as they saw five fathers talk bluntly about the devastating impact family court had on their lives and relationships with their children.

Washington Post columnist Janice D’Arcy wrote this article about the film. We made no pretense of telling this family court story from any perspective other than that of fathers. The fact that 84% of children who are not living with both their parents live without their dads says plenty about where the problem lies. We agree with D'Arcy and hope GUPI is the first step on reforming family courts. Read the article and leave your polite opinion and suggestions for improving family law.

The after showing question and answer session with Maryland legislator Jill Carter, Filmmaker Janks Morton and 100 Fathers CEO Frankly Malone was excellent. The audience was about equal numbers men and women. It was racially diverse as well. As we’ve noted many times everyone, regardless of race, sex, political affiliation or socio-economic status, has an interest in reforming family law. A number of people committed to becoming active in effort to change the system.

If you have not seen the film you can pick up a copy at

Plans are developing to undertake similar types of showings in communities around the nation. Stay tuned.
In his most provocative documentary to date filmmaker Janks Morton turns his lens to the crisis in America's family courts.  Utilizing the stories of five men Morton reveals the untold story of how family court processes yield millions of fatherless children.  The massive machine of family courts directly impact the lives of nearly one third of our nation's citizens, with little oversight and limits on its enormous power.  It is a system riddled with conflicts of interest where the 'best interest of the child' is often an afterthought.

Guilty Until Proven Innocent is the beginning of a necessary national dialogue.

Shared parenting charity Families Need Fathers has launched an online survey aimed at male victims of domestic violence.

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 Victims and Family of Judicial Corruption's photo — at ---  Relationship Estrangement and Interference is a form of Domestic Violence using Psychological abuse. Another form of Psychological Abuse or Family Legal Abuse is the following: Florida Lawyer Joel E. Greenberg of Baisden, Greenberg, and Perez in Broward County is one of those evil "Garbage Lawyers" that maliciously lie to the FamilyCourts, hurting both children and parents, and instruct their clients tolie and break the law by fabricating incidents of DV, filing false "information only" police reports, and more. To be used later in Domestic Violence and Family Court and assassinate a persons character. As reported to the Miami-Dade Police and Florida State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle's Office.

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