“The Public Court” Fights Family Court Abuse in San Diego

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November 11th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Associates of the California Coalition for Families and Children have launched the new website The Public Court. The site is focused on the violations of law and justice in San Diego family law courts and how the divorce industry is causing immense harm to children and parents.

One of their initial articles concern the ill-reputed child custody evaluator Stephen Doyne and his questionable credentials obtained from a diploma mill that has issued similar credentials to a pet cat of psychologist specializing in cults who sought to demonstrate how easy it is to obtain impressive sounding credentials. Another concerns an impending amicus curiae brief in ongoing litigation against Doyne and abuse in the San Diego family law courts involving child custody evaluators.

  1. Zoe Di Katze
    November 23rd, 2010 at 03:07 | #1


    It’s not just about Doyne, it’s about others as well…

    November 27th, 2010 at 08:32 | #2

    How do I sign the brief? I want my rights to my children back. Rights to my children were unlawfully taken by US authorities after favorable evaluations here in my home country of the United Kingdom. The US courts have overstepped boundaries, and this is war on the family courts.

  3. November 29th, 2010 at 06:22 | #3

    Mark, please see the article Amicus Brief in Emad Tadros v. Stephen Doyne Appeal in San Diego for more information on signing the brief.

  4. HadEnoughofTheirTyranny
    November 30th, 2010 at 03:36 | #4

    War on Family Courts you say? Very well put. That’s exactly what it is.

    When our public court system is tyrannical like the San Diego Family Court is, the only answer is war.

    All else has been tried. The “sleeper cells” of terror in the USA are on the Bench in Family Court. Family court has destroyed MILLIONS OF LIVES IN THE USA, far far more lives destroyed in FAMILY COURT, than in 9/11, Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam, Korean war and World War II combined. Think about it. Look at the numbers.

    Our Family Courts here in the USA are CRIMINAL, and NEED TO BE DESTROYED.

  5. January 11th, 2011 at 22:01 | #5

    It really is tough to see people involved in divorce child custody cases wait for one or two years before resolution can be found. The matters inherent to family law are difficult enough without having them delayed for a number of years.

  6. the antilawyer
    August 16th, 2011 at 19:55 | #6

    I would like to see this expanded to include Riverside County. Ask most lawyers outside of the county and they will tell you the system is woefully corrupt! I have experienced this with my Daughter’s ongoing custody battle. How can I help you with your cause and expand this fight to Riverside County?

  7. Filth-Buster
    October 16th, 2011 at 05:11 | #7

    contact Emad Tadros M.D.
    He will direct you on how you can make the corrupt Riverside county whores accountable.
    Dr. Tadros has exposed stephen doyne and other court whores in san diego who were caught red-handed in their corruption, fraud and incessant lies.

  8. One of Thousands
    November 26th, 2011 at 19:44 | #8

    Another excellent piece Angiemedia.

    People–you are being, or have been, raped by bullying morons in black robes. Trust me, I’m a lawyer–a former prosecutor–I know these people intimately. Those that do the thieving deserve zero respect–in fact they deserve to be executed. Those that don’t do the theiving but tolerate the injustices inflicted by their dishonest colleagues deserve even worse punishment.

    I’m not alone in recognizing that divorce court judges are thieves and co-conspirators to thieves.

  9. One of Thousands
    November 26th, 2011 at 19:48 | #9

    Sorry–didn’t complete the last post. Youtube “Judge Andrew Napolitano” for a look at the tip of a very large iceberg of government lawlessness and thievery.

    Stay safe people–there are many, many dangers in government. As a former government employee and lawyer I’ve seen them up close.

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