Category Archives: case law

Here is law and information for complaints based on discrimination

California Penal Code section 186.21 declares that it is the right of every person, regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, or handicap, to be protected from fear, intimidation, and physical harm caused by the … Continue reading

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1983 Civil Rights Action applies to the abuse by CPS

The 1983 Civil Rights Action was originally enacted by Congress as part of the KKK Act of 1871. The initial purpose was to protect the constitutional rights of racial minorities in the Reconstruction South. Even though it was written broadly … Continue reading

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Tort and CPS and Public Defenders

The definition of a “Tort” is “A body of rights, obligations, and remedies that is applied by courts in civil proceedings to provide relief for persons who have suffered harm from the wrongful acts of others.” The person who has … Continue reading

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Case Workers for CPS Don’t have Absolute Immunity From Prosecution

This case is very important. The reason is that a caseworker was prosecuted for falsifing the records. The Appeals court stated that a caseworker who makes false statements is not immune to prosecution. This puts a whole new light on … Continue reading

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Georgia Superior Court Domestic Violence Benchbook A Guide To Civil and Criminal Proceedings

This is interesting for parents who have been accused of abusing their children by spanking. Hold this case close. “Reasonable Discipline”: “Family violence shall not be deemed to include reasonable discipline administered by a parent to a child in the … Continue reading

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