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Exposé on South Florida's

Garbage Family Law Lawyers

Exposé is defined ~1. The act or an instance of bringing a scandal, crime, etc., to public notice.2. (Communication Arts / Journalism & Publishing) an article, book, or statement that discloses a scandal, crime, etc.

The Miami-Dade State Attorney’s office must pay $7,645 in legal fees to a man who was wrongly accused of owing money to his ex-wife.








Fighting Fathers of Florida  will begin a series on Garbage Attorneys - they will explore how their excesses harm our children, how the courts are complicit in allowing this to happen so that their fellow Florida Bar members can profit, and what YOU can do to stop it.

"There is no crueler tyranny than that which is exercised under cover of law, and with the colors of justice "

– U.S. vs. Jannottie, 673 F.2d 578, 614 (3d Cir. 1982).

RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT

FOR FLORIDA LAWYERS

Chapter 4 of the Rules Regulating

The Florida Bar

Excerpts from the Preamble: A Lawyer's Responsibilities

"No disciplinary action should be taken when the lawyer chooses not to act or acts within bounds of such discretion....  The rules simply provide a framework for the ethical practice of law..... Violation of a rule should not give rise to a cause of action nor should it create any presumption that a legal duty has been breached.... They are not designed to be a basis for civil liability....  

Accordingly, nothing in the rules should be deemed to augment any substantive legal duty of lawyers or the extra-disciplinary consequences of violating such duty."

As one can see, these rules have very little significance in relation to the ethical conduct of members of The Florida Bar and Florida lawyers' implied duty to the public as officers of the Court.  What the rules seem to give, the preamble nullifies with a few skillfully crafted sentences carefully embedded within it.  Therefore, these rules are apparently nothing more than window dressing to disguise an ugly and vile commercial industry that reaps its rewards from the miseries and misfortunes of others.  The Rules of Professional Conduct appear to be a cruel hoax upon the public which gives clients a false impression that the practice of law is honorable and ethical.  The Supreme Court of Florida  approved every word contained in these rules.  So, who do you believe the Court is really trying to protect--the client or the Florida lawyer?

If you feel the need to file an official complaint with The Florida Bar against a Florida lawyer, click here to get the official form.  This form is in Adobe Acrobat Format (PDF) so almost anybody can print it using their own computer and printer.  It is certainly a lot easier than getting someone at The Florida Bar to mail one to you.  Use the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software to print it or any other PDF document you encounter.  Download Acrobat Reader here if you do not already have it on your computer.
Before filing your complaint you should peruse the Rules of Professional Conduct and pick out the particular rules that were violated.  Cite the specific rules violated in your complaint and describe how they were violated.  Keep your complaint reasonably short and stay on point.  Attach additional pages and copies of documents, etc. that will help illustrate the rule violations.  It does no good to rant and rave even though it may feel good at the moment.
Good luck!

If you need to file a judicial complaint against a Florida judge or judicial officer click HERE.

4-1. CLIENT-LAWYER RELATIONSHIP
4-2. COUNSELOR
4-3. ADVOCATE
4-4. TRANSACTIONS WITH PERSONS OTHER THAN CLIENTS
4-5.  LAW FIRMS AND ASSOCIATIONS
4-6.  PUBLIC SERVICE
4-7.  INFORMATION ABOUT LEGAL SERVICES
4-8.  MAINTAINING THE INTEGRITY OF THE PROFESSION

Sample Bar and JQC complaints will be posted here.

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Christopher Pearsall - Fathers  -  Aug 1, 2013


Does anyone know of case law or a West Key Note Number addressing a person's right to a hearing in a family court case?  Or a way to pierce judicial immunity when a hearing is denied and children are injured as a result of the denial?  If not, how about delay of a hearing preventing the attendance of key witnesses for a father defending against the loss of his children under an emergency temporary ex part emergency order?

Serious matter that needs to be addressed.

Glen Gibellina ~ 2 YEARS LATER, STILL HAVEN'T SEEN MY ONLY CHILD IT'S TIME TO DISMANTLE THE CURRENT FAMILY COURT SYSTEM "IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE CHILD" CHIEF JUDGE ANDREW D. OWENS RESPONSE, I ONL...

12th Circuit Court Judge Janette Dunnigan Moition to Disqualify

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Once again folks, you just can’t make this stuff up. For decades we’ve all wondered why lawyers lose their conscience, look the other way or undermine long overdue reforms to our justice system. Well, when a conscientious attorney, unblemished over 23 years, tried to do just that, his reform efforts were made subject to a succession of false claims by ethics lawyers masquerading as public watch dogs.





Jul 15, 2013

Courts empower alienation in divorce child custody battles when they deprive a parent of the ability to exercise their equal parental rights and time with their child. This leads to parental alienation syndrome a form of psychological child abuse.

I Overshare Because I Care —Accused of revealing too much, Aussie Reservoir Dad prefers disclosure over discretion  http://ht.ly/kEWzU
Family Courts

WLYB............court-determined custody as not a right to parent one's children but as the power to prevent the other partner from parenting.[37] Members of the fathers' rights movement state that family courts are biased against fathers and shared custody.[38][39] Baskerville states that the outcome of divorce is overly one-sided and is initiated by mothers in more than two-thirds of cases – especially when children are involved. He also states that divorce provides advantages for women such as automatic custody of the children and financial benefits in the form of child support payments.[40] Members of the FR movement also state that family courts are slow to help fathers enforce their parental rights,[41] expensive and time-consuming.[42]

Baskerville has also stated that family courts are secretive, censoring and punitive towards fathers who criticize them.[37] He also claims that employees and activists within the courts support and benefit from the separation of children from their parents[43] and that family law today represents civil rights abuses and intrusive perversion of government power.[44]


Thanks for all the great comments!





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