DECEMBER 2, 2014- Cases and complaints have been pouring in for months from the Augusta judicial district after we first investigated and reported on cases where evidence was being suppressed and children harmed.
Fit, loving parents and grandparents have been undermined and even blocked from seeing children, even when there was no justification for this.
Billing records are now being reviewed and are showing discrepancies that explain why parents are failing financially as they can’t keep up with the financial burden, let alone understand what they are being charged for to see that things don’t add up.
This article by the Augusta Chronicle is based on very compelling research that enlightens citizens and leadership about how certain bad actors on this stage are able to control outcomes of cases while lining their pockets.
Or read the article here: https://amississippimom.wordpress.com/2014/12/03/guardian-ad-litem-system-in-exposed-article-by-the-augusta-chronicle/
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