New Evidence Stephen Doyne Violated Child Custody Evaluation LawsWritten by: Chris Print This Article
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We’ve recently received a FL-325 document for a San Diego family law case involving ill-reputed custody evaluator Stephen Doyne. The source, Dr. Emad Tadros of the California Coalition for Families and Children, states that he has verified the authenticity of this document. Apparently the party who provided him this document does not want the names of the family members disclosed at this time.
According to the family law rules for custody evaluation as expressed on this form, Doyne was to have signed and filed the FL-325 form no more than 10 days after appointment and before beginning work on the case. He was appointed to this case on August 27, 2008, but the information on the form indicates he did not sign it until more than a year later on September 30, 2009. If this document is legitimate as is claimed, it appears to be further evidence of misconduct by Doyne and the San Diego family law court system.
Previously, we reported on the systematic cover-up of failure to file legally required FL-325, FL-326, and FL-327 forms by the the San Diego Superior Court and its judges and clerks. While there was some appearance of them trying to correct the problem going forward, the facts appear to show that there continues to be disregard for the law by Doyne and complicit court staff.
Often custody evaluators are used to help the family law system extort vast sums of money out of a family and to try to “pick the better parent”. Instead, they frequently succeed at abusing the children and parent who is willing to share the children, often siding with an emotionally abusive parental alienator who is completely unwilling to share the kids and is willing to resort to a campaign of terror and intimidation to destroy the other parent. The custody evaluation process often results in suppression of legitimate evidence, refusal to talk with parties who have deep insights into the long-term abusive nature of the alienating parent, and thereby often creates a false impression that the abuser is the better parent. Such impressions are then used as justifications to strip the target parent and children of their rights without affording them the protection of an impartial jury of peers and true due process.
We have observed that frequently San Diego parents who are being abused by the courts and/or an abusive ex-spouse can point to plentiful bias and violation of family law policies by judges who believe they, not the law, are the ultimate authority. Such parents justifiably mistrust the courts and particularly certain judges.
In desperation to get help for their children, these parents may publicly disclose evidence of the judicial and professional misconduct being perpetrated upon their families. As retaliation, the judges involved frequently punish these parents for talking about the matter publicly. By doing so, the courts show clear intent to violate both the First Amendment and Fourteenth Amendment rights of parents and children. As a result, they severely undercut any moral and legal authority they have and reinforce their well-earned reputation of bias and self-interest.
Such judges often make rulings that flout the basic civil rights of Americans. They issue orders that parents may not “blog” or “write publicly” or “discuss the case” or “reveal the names of the children” claiming that this somehow is “in the best interests of the children.” But often the real purpose is not to protect the children as they claim. Instead, they aim to protect themselves and their friends and associates from being held accountable for their abuses and misconduct. Victimized parents and children are thereby held hostage under threat of severe punishment if they dare disclose the judicial and governmental abuses they are experiencing.
Frequently parents try for years to get the courts to stop aiding and abetting in the abuse of their children without any success. They often go bankrupt in the process. Many suffer disastrous impact to their careers and health. Such parents often come to realize that the only legal option they have left to protect their children and families is to try to shine the light of public scrutiny on the reprehensible abusers and profiteering parasites involved in the disaster.
Secrecy and suppression of free speech are common problems with both family law and juvenile courts that often prevent such accountability. Punitive sanctions, jail time, and violations of civil rights are common means the San Diego courts use to quash the rights of children and parents and silence those who dare criticize the courts, judges, or their many friends such as the disreputable Stephen Doyne.
For this to change, San Diego parents must be willing to open up about the atrocities they are facing at the hands of the San Diego family and juvenile courts. We believe that the full disclosure of the widespread criminal and abusive conduct of the judges and “professionals” in this system is absolutely necessary to protect innocent children and parents from further abuses. That the courts are willing to threaten and severely penalize many who dare to challenge their abuses simply goes to show just how criminal these black-robed thugs truly are.
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