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What's New(s) in Florida Access to Justice - October 2015








Florida Bar members, judges, paralegals, law students and ANY Floridians seeking legal help, we have big, big, BIG news ...

"Florida Supreme Court Justice Labarga Set to Launch Florida's first Access to Civil Justice Commission on Monday"

The details:

The Commission will study the unmet civil legal needs of disadvantaged, low-income, and moderate-income Floridians. Its work will include a close look at improving existing legal programs, developing solutions based on new technology and exploring other ways to meet the needs of Floridians caught in the current civil legal services gap.

Florida Chief Justice Jorge Labarga will formally sign an administrative order creating the Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice at a ceremony 10 a.m. Monday in the rotunda of the Florida Supreme Court Building in Tallahassee.

The Commission first was announced by Labarga when he took the oath of office as Chief Justice on June 30. It will be the major initiative of his two-year administration.

Monday’s ceremony will be broadcast live on the Court’s Gavel to Gavel Video Portal (http://wfsu.org/gavel2gavel), on the Florida Channel (http://thefloridachannel.org/), and via the WFSU Florida Transponder satellite downlink for video broadcasters (http://www.wfsu.org/television/services.php).

Visit the Florida Supreme Court's website for more details:  http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/









Wow!!!!!! They tried to stop him from doing this on TV… Just watch you will understand ...
Posted by Tyrese Gibson on Friday, March 7, 2014


Abusers are often coercive controllers setting “perfect storms” in motion to remove civil rights from the abused.. The abused say, “The court only made it worse.” “It wasted assets, elevated conflict, created unbearable risk, and stress.”


Men and women lose their basic civil rights by intimate partner injury.

The abused become:

  • financially deprived as the abuser commandeers all assets;     

  • isolated and threatened as the fearless abuser widens their audience bolstering their position;

  • invisible tyranny causes invisible injuries like PTSD which when diagnosed qualifies you for ADAAA accommodations;

  • coercive controllers overpower their spouse as they probably have a lawyer and you are possibly pro se allowing them to use the court as a weapon;

  • character slandered creates false and negative perceptions of you in court and community;

  • afraid to invoke the ADAAA for protection due to the outdated myths that it will bias the judge. cost credibility, or worse, custody of children, the abused confirms the helplessness the abuser feeds on;  


  • frozen in a moment, without a voice, you need a strong advocate to step up on your behalf.

Let's Join The Purple Keyboard Campaign((Activate :2015))4 Family Justice Reform! - Operation CPS reform and Family law reform ; Letter Campaign. - Florida AccessTo CivilJustice
Posted by Childrens Rights Florida on Thursday, October 22, 2015
"Historically, attempting to increase access to legal services has meant pouring resources into existing systems. But...
Posted by Childrens Rights Florida on Thursday, October 22, 2015
via Glen Gibellina ~ WLYB.....What happens to attorneys that know LESS than the average citizen, and yes there are a lot...
Posted by Childrens Rights Florida on Thursday, October 22, 2015
Terrific column written by U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III.An excerpt:"Earlier this month, I sat down around a table at...
Posted by Childrens Rights Florida on Thursday, October 22, 2015









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