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Former Deputy Involved in Custody Dispute Convicted of Killing Ex-Wife

WLYB……….Our system of justice plays favorites; you are a favorite until the money runs out or if you have more money than the other spouse. Divorce to a personality disorder is war and there are disordered attorneys who also have no conscience. I hope that one day we will all be able to heal and join together to stop the legal torture of vulnerable parents and our children

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Today’s latest story of FCIV (Family Court Inspired Violence) comes from The Roanoke Times:

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Almost every single day, we receive countless stories about good fathers getting “screwed over” in the court room. As previously expressed here at LeonKoziol.com, we believe that litigant abuses taking place in family court involving divorce, custody and child support matters are leading to far more violence than what is actually being reported by the news media today. So, why isn’t anything being done about this? For starters, anyone who attempts to expose such information would more than likely run the definite risk of retaliation (see report). Who would possibly retaliate and why (see report) ? The answer may come as quite a surprise.

By acknowledging and admitting the detailed existence of such abuses (see the elephant in the room picture above) not…

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1 Comment

  1. Ray's Mom says:

    “until the money runs out” is a common factor in win-loss court cases. Lawyers keep it going with delay, re-schedule and in some cases resign until the money is gone.

    Lawyers charge an obscene amount per hour. Some will inquire about your finances prior to taking the case, then charge a huge retainer knowing you do not have the money to see the case through to resolution. They are immune from accountability as is the prosecutor, judge and so-called court investigators.

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