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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Michigan proposes a law protecting servicemen's families against corrupt family courts.

Active-duty military parents would get extra protection under new Michigan Senate proposal.

As you read on, the judge in the specific case this relates too, says she didn't know he was at sea?
"The judge in the case said she was not aware Hindes was on active duty and at sea until a scheduled hearing date where she had ordered him to appear in court with the child".

Buuut....according to this, sounds like she knew all along...
Even though there is no way he can physically be present at the custody hearing, a judge has ordered Hindes to appear in court or face contempt.
Hindes’ lawyers argue he should be protected by the Service members Civil Relief Act, which states courts in custody cases may 'grant a stay of proceedings for a minimum period of 90 days' to defendants serving their country.
The judge hearing the case, circuit court judge Margaret Noe, disagreed, adding, 'If the child is not in the care and custody of the father, the child should be in the care and custody of the mother.'
Noe denied the motion for a stay, ruling that he could have arranged for his wife to bring the child to her mother.

If we can't protect the families of servicemen while they are on active duty, why should they fight for the freedom of others???

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