Sunday, June 30, 2019

Judicial Injustice: A Father's Story



Speaking of judicial injustice, I met a father today named Chris Marshall who had quite a story to tell. His story is about a father trying to get access to his child during a divorce and how he was completely screwed over by the Canadian judicial system. It reminds me of the John Carten story. I'm not a lawyer, I'm an advocate. Consequently I'm a hopeless romantic.

I always walk around with an ace up my sleeve and play it whenever my back is up against the wall in court. It's called Natural Justice. The intent of the law speaks to natural justice. That's why it's called the judicial system. It's *supposed* to uphold justice. Yet it rarely does. That's why I'm a dreamer. I play that card saying the court is supposed to uphold justice and this is not just.

Have a look at what Chris Marshall has to say. He has his own website called A Father's Story.

This is a PDF File of his story: Dead Beat Dad or dead Beat Justice System.

No Justice, No Peace. Know Justice, Know Peace.

1 comment:

  1. Yes, some fathers are very poorly serviced by family court. One friend spent a $180K to acquire custody of his daughter. Another father I know of, had two ex. wives go to court at the same time, with out his knowledge and severely restrict his access. Both men always paid their child support.

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