I know this site is being read and used. I know because of emails like this one. Yes, they are out there. It is time to take a stand – time to say enough is enough. Time to take back our children.
I really love reading your blog. I’ve learned a lot. You’ve got a lot of great information.
I was reading this post:
Judicial Qualifications Commission
77 East Crossville Road, Suite 206
Roswell, GA 30075-3085
(770) 587-5208 / FAX (770) 587-5422
I couldn’t find their website, but I did find this:
The Georgia Administrative Office of Courts would likely be interested in this judge’s conduct. You would want to contact the staff attorney w/ the AOC who is over the Family Courts or Juvenile Courts throughout the state. In fact, just like in my state, they have an HHS-funded “Court Improvement Program” that actually welcomes such information.
GEORGIA “COURT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP)”
This is advice I was given: Another option is to contact the United States Justice Department regional division office. The U.S. District Judge or any assistant U.S. attorneys in that office should be the best contact, but it may help to call & confirm. It is best to prepare a concise summary of the problems/issues, organized by date, and send it either via U.S. Certified Mail/Return Receipt. or via FedEx (correspondence sent in these methods are more likely to be opened and read).
And, last but not least, I was told by two staff attorneys with the Alabama Administrative Office of Courts that when you experience problems with any child protection agency, juvenile court judge or any agency that receives funding through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, you have the right to contact HHS and report the problems. If HHS rules are not being followed, then this puts the agencies at risk of losing the funding. And, if your civil rights have been violated (which this lady’s rights DEFINITELY were violated – especially relating to her disability and the psychotic fit that judge had about her service dog), you can contact the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) through HHS. The civil rights complaint form is available on their website.
The Atlanta Regional Office contact is:
U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services
Administration for Children and Families
Atlanta Regional Office
61 Forsyth Street, Suite 4M60
Atlanta, GA 30303-8909
If everyone who is aggrieved by these rogue “child protection” agencies that routinely run roughshod over our rights would flood their regional HHS office with complaints, then perhaps they would be forced to make some real, meaningful changes. If only everyone knew their options for recourse, and that these people ARE accountable to other authorities… It costs nothing but the time to put pen to paper, and the postage.
We should all take the time to familiarize ourselves with our constitutional rights. Thanks to your blog, I’ve gained a much broader knowledge of the basic rights we have as American citizens. I really appreciate all your work!
This is a good site:
…and, an excellent article: