Monday, November 18, 2013

Know your Civil Rights Workshop- The Bolts and Nuts of How to File a Lawsuit!

    • This is an eye ball to eye ball discussion. Can't make it to S. Calif. for this great session???? Well, hopefully, you can encourage your friend and/or cyber buddy to take good notes and share this information with you??
      Need More Laws?About the Session
    • 9:30am until 1:00pm in PST
  • Brackett Field Airport -1615 McKinley Ave, La Verne, CA 91750

  • Click Here for Location (Brackett Field is a public airport located one mile southwest of La Verne, in Los Angeles County, California, USA.)

    • Are you filing your own civil rights complaint?
    • Do you want to know how to start the process?

    This workshop is aimed to provide parents, grandparents, caregivers, extended family, and advocates information regarding how families can pursue their rights against Child Protective Service agencies

    Attorney Shawn Mcmillan and Nicole Williams will discuss relevant information pertaining to dependency and civil proceedings, including case law, articles, and strategies to empower families to defend and preserve their rights while in dependency, understand the law and how the work product and complaints can be easily be adapted to meet a family's particular circumstances.

    Please note Shawn or Nicole will not be there to take on any new cases or to give specific legal advice. Its purely educational.

    Please arrive promptly as seating may be limited. Workshop will start promptly at 9:30am.

    Related Links and Information:(Note: In my opinion, it is sad that "we the people" in a Republic, where laws govern us, that we do not have the knowledge to defend ourselves.
    Hopefully, we can change this?
    One should always ask Why.. and if another says you can't. Ask why NOT?
    If you decide to seek the assistance of Legal Council, here is a great reference>>
    Helping Your Lawyer

    >Discussion with Attorney Shawn Mcmillan on Freedom Talk Radio- Titled:  
    Standing to be Heard:
    A Lawyer Speaks Up
    Thank You Shawn!!!!

    This was a great 2 hour discussion with Shawn. So do check it out and listen to the many thoughts shared by Shawn.
    Link: July 30, 2013-

    An index of actual Civil Rights cases in CA to be viewed and to gain ideas for your case. Keep in mind each case is as unique as the individuals involved.
    (Practice Areas of the Law Firm)

    >Warrant Training
     As part of litigation in one of the Civil Rights cases in CA, warrant training for the Child Protective Employees was established for the county. However, it would be wise to review this information as a concerned parent and/or caregiver. Please note, in many, many cases, children have been removed without just cause of "immanent danger"

    >Creating Your Law Book- Whether you seek legal assistance or not, it is vital that you carefully document the Who, What, Where, and Why of your situation. Here is some information to consider:
         Reason for Law Book 
    Using Your Law Book
    Note, many don't realize that the issues that may happen to a Family, may have to be taken to different Courts:
    • If you are accused of alleged abuse of your child, this would more than likely be a Family/Juvenile court matter.
    • If you want to sue the agency, this would be a Civil Court matter.
    • However, one must resolve the Family/Juvenile court issues before they go to Civil Court.
    Confusing, yes.

    >However, to get you successfully through Family Court to hopefully carry on to Civil Court, here is a great starting point:Index of State Statute Summaries relating to Family Court

    >Please visit my blog "Defend Yourself" and hopefully gain insight on the many issues we face in court. It is vital that you know the rules of courts, state statutes, etc. before you go to court to defend your self. (Visit Blog)

    Yes there are many, many websites out there. However, the key is to hope that the sites are going in a similar direction.
    So for your consideration:
    “We are joining forces with all persons affected by Parens Patriae to include parents, extended family, foster parents and father's and mother's rights groups. While this is a difficult endeavor due to various divisions, the focus will be on challenging the system with the unified goals and commonalities that each is suffering under in family courts and through CPS.” (See Definition: Parens Patriae)

    May you find Strength in Your Higher Power,

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