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Friday, April 20, 2012

Verdicts Sweeping the U.S. oppossing Oppression momentum opens Court Rooms

"At a time when we're having to take such difficult decisions about how to cut back without damaging the things that matter the most, we should strain every sinew to cut error, waste and fraud." (David Cameron)

Notable Lawsuits against the Department of Health and Human Services Departments and that of Child Protection Workers range from 1.2 million to 30 million per case; yet the government in each State is still not getting the message to correct their error, waste and fraud:  Notable lawsuits  Future Cases on what a Jury will give a Fit Mother deprived of Custody because the Child's Counselor and Father Lied and other cases where CPS workers said they thought there would be harm in the future; or misled Courts to deny grandparents rights and get a personal bonus or feed their over inflated deprived egos; will hopefully ensure open Court Rooms in New Hampshire in the Future. Deanna Fogarty-Hardwick v. County of Orange this case went for appeal by State and was denied; 4.9 million dollar verdict stands - These and other cases are leading to some but not ALL States Opening their Court Rooms to ensure accountability:
Pennsylvania California  A Judges input on the corruption and mismanagement of the Child Protective Services as A government Agency.  12 other States


The family division has jurisdiction in RSA 169-C Child Protection Act cases.

4.2 Attendance of Non-Parties: Any party wishing to bring other persons to hearings held in RSA 169-C cases shall first obtain permission of the Court, either by written motion in advance of the hearing, or upon oral motion at the beginning of the hearing. Such other persons will not be allowed into the hearing until the Court approves the request. Such persons shall not be entitled to participate but may do so with the permission of the Court. See RSA 169-C:14.

4.3 Open Hearings Pilot Project: Other than in those counties in which the legislature has adopted a presumption of open hearings, hearings under RSA 169-C are closed to the public. In those counties in which hearings under this chapter are presumed open, parties to the action must inform the court in writing before any hearing, or orally and on the record at the beginning of any hearing, if they believe the hearing should be closed to the public, in full or in part. See Chapter Law 134 (2006) pertaining to open hearings in Grafton, Rockingham and Sullivan Counties.

This N.H. Rule above, is in conflict with the Law under NH RSA 169-C:14 Hearings Not Open to the Public. Shows that the Court's remain closed because the division of Child Protection is the one who informs the Court in writing and/or orally they believe the hearing should be closed to the public and the Judicial System so orders that is, which means the law is frivolous and without merit.

If Legislators simply changed the above referenced law to replace "NOT" WITH "ARE" open, it would reasonably cure the issue. This recent article  sums up Attorney General Delaney of New Hampshire's attitude toward Families and was best stated by House Speaker O'Brien in reference to Delaney he is “more interested in playing politics than administering justice.”

"For the most part fraud in the end secures for its companions repentance and shame." (Charles Simmons) However, it never adequately compensates the victims in these cases; how do you possibly compensate a parent who due to fraud has lost countless moments in their child lives? Including but not limited to their first day in a new school, the first point in a game, their every day discovery's and growth, being first on the scene to soothe a bruised knee or mean comment, to share in their everyday moments of growth and discovery's working to ensure their happiness as a child. "This" is not replaceable, any parent who doesn't realize all of these moments in their child's life good and bad is a deprived fool.

"A clear and innocent conscience fears nothing." Elizabeth I

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