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"Well that's great! You can't undo a strip search, you can't undo missing your daughters prom" - on being Pro se and being incarcerated on willful contempt orders only to have the charges dropped. See 13:01

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdBWfJpRx8o

To view more testimony given by others back in January 2014:

http://nationalgalalert.blogspot.com/p/voice-of-people.html

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"You can't undo a strip search, you can't undo your daughters prom"

- David Lynch on being a Pro se litigant and being arrested for being in contempt of court. This quote comes from testimony given in 2014 before a task force. Follow this link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdBWfJpRx8o

This quote can be found around 13:23. For other testimony please go here:

http://nationalgalalert.blogspot.com/p/voice-of-people.html

and look for CTN Child Custody Task Force Hearing.
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"Such power given to a person who only takes a few classes"

Diane Hart in her testimony given on 01/09/2014 - this quote was on the removal of a malpracticing Guardian ad litem as a Family Court vendor.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVrVk2qFqUg

For more on Guardian ad #litem and Family Court reform please find us on:

http://nationalgalalert.blogspot.com/
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AU - Parents "What do I owe?" - Family Court "How much you got?"
Mr. Craig Kelly appears to be a politician whom the Guardian ad litem / Court reform movement could use. He recently gave a speech earlier this month regarding the use of a court appointed expert who by all appearances took advantage of the situation he was...
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NY - Corrupt justice: what happens when judges' bias taints a case?
The Guardian When Margaret Besen, a 51-year-old nurse from East Northport, Long Island, filed for divorce from her husband in March of 2010, she believed justice was on her side. Judge William Kent’s preliminary ruling seemed like a first step toward compro...
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CT - Judge Says Lawyers Can Face 'Emotional Distress' Damages in Professional Malpractice Lawsuits
The following was published on September 28, 2015 in The Connecticut Law Tribune. While the original case which resulted in this ruling originated as an automobile accident - the basis might/ could be used in Family Court where we see lawyers fail to repres...
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