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An Aggressive Approach to Restraining Order Policy Reform: Threaten to Sue the State Courts Administrator in Federal Court

Restraining orders are public records, and recent posts have concerned or commented on their publicity and the unavailability of having their traces expunged even if orders are dismissed by their petitioners or otherwise vacated.  843 more words

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What has taken place among the nations as the result of governmental policies is understandably personalized on a tribal basis while recognizing it encompasses other nations as well. 1,617 more words

Deceptive Legislation & The Low Information Voter

On Tuesday, January 5 Joy Behar, co-host of The View was asked whether or not Bill Clinton’s history of sexual predatory behavior might have an impact on Hillary’s bid for the Presidency. 1,254 more words


"Wilier Than Trump Could Ever Dream Of Being": Trump Should Think Twice About Picking On Bill Clinton

Donald Trump might be picking the wrong schoolyard fight.

His modus operandi is to bully. And it’s proved to be an ideal strategy for tying his Republican rivals in knots. 773 more words


The Face of Granny VAWA

The National Domestic Violence Hotline has taken a page from the Women Against Feminism campaign and, well, copied the latter’s gimmick wholesale. The Hotline’s site now features a series of images like this one: 189 more words

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“Somebody Do Something to End This Madness!”: One Commenter’s Appeal for Restraining Order Reform

A comment Wednesday resonated with the author’s experiences of legal abuse and any number of others’. It said its writer’s life was trashed because he showed… 1,103 more words

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Litigation Privilege: Why Restraining Order Fraud Is Pandered to and Why the Falsely Accused Are Denied Recourse to the Law for Vindication, Relief, and Recovery of Damages

“Fraud is deliberately deceiving someone else with the intent of causing damage.”

Cornell Legal Information Institute

“Generally, lying during trial (or any other part of litigation) is expected to come out at the time of trial. 1,124 more words

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