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Have you ever been denied your right to protection by a police officer? Have the police ever told you “just go to family court” to get what you need?

As we know, many women go to family court looking for help and protection from abusive men, and instead what they get is further victimization. In many cases, their children will be taken away from them and given to the abuser. Women face discrimination in family court (and by the police, and the DA, and Social Services, too). Our advice: avoid family court at all costs! But don’t worry – the law is on your side.

Did you know that you can request an Order of Protection directly from your local Criminal Court? The police are actually REQUIRED to assist you! They can be sued for police misconduct if they don’t! Sometimes they need to be told…

Here is an Advocacy Letter from AMICABLE in America to take to the police to help you obtain an order of protection from your local criminal court for a family offense, without having to go to dreaded family court where they take children away from protecting mothers and give them to abusers.

Click here –> oprequest

Furthermore, if you know your child was abused but the police aren’t doing anything about it (which they rarely do), then guess what? You can STILL have the abuser arrested if you file the accusatory instrument yourself! Just know that when the police file them, they are not liable. But when an ordinary citizen files them, they can be held accountable for making a false written statement, so it is advisable to get the help of an attorney in drafting your complaint. Your allegations should contain non-hearsay statements and it’s extremely helpful (necessary for a conviction) to have corroborating evidence.

 

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We are not attorneys, mind you. But the law is a resource available us all.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

 

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9 responses »

  1. mike says:

    Your premise is against men and for women when it goes both ways and more men are abused than women new studies have found. Please stop the gender bias it’s insulting to men like me who were abused by their female partner and who continue to be abused by family court and false allegations with unjustified orders of protection that further abuse and alination from the children

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    • Admin says:

      More women are blamed for abuse than men, and the statistics are skewed. I’m sorry to hear about your situation. We oppose abuse in all forms. Our premise is simple. Statistics read as they do because of discrimination, and we are here to set the record straight. Men are the abusers in the vast majority of cases and that’s an undeniable fact. Mothers are also the primary attachment figure in the vast majority of cases, which is also undeniable. We advocate for the best interests of the children, and children need their primary attachment figures. Kids need their mommies, plain and simple. We are not anti-men; we are anti-abuse, and men perpetrate abuse more than women do. Men are physically bigger and stronger than women, too. I’m not going to argue the facts. I’m sorry if you feel you’ve been victimized. Our advocacy work focuses primarily on the most vulnerable populations: women and children. That’s not to disregard your hardship. If you’re looking for help, feel free to contact us. Just bear in mind that we honor the bond of a child with their primary attachment figure, and advocate for the best interests of children. I’m open to hearing you at the same time.

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      • mike says:

        Primary attachment figure? that’s rediculous and bias because both parents are equally important to a child and their development, kids deserve the love of both father and mother equally and when a corrupt family court allows woman to file false claims with no accountability which statistically high and women are statistically the aggressor and mental emotion abusers of men. Your not promoting equality for woman with your prior statement and are not looking out for the best interest of children by being so biased

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      • Admin says:

        Let me ask you this, Mike. Is the abuse so bad that if you lived with this person, you would have to run away in the middle of the night to a domestic violence shelter with your children because you are powerless to protect yourself and them?

        Those are the kinds of cases we work with. I’m sorry you miss your kid/s. As I miss mine, and our other members miss theirs. The difference? Our members’ children are being abused. One child is in the sole custody of a registered sex offender. Two children are in the sole custody of a drug addict and domestic abuser who threatens to kill them on a daily basis. One lives with a child abuser who abused her so severely she didn’t recognize him any longer. He’s her father. These are the cases we deal with.

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      • mike says:

        I have a 5 year old son who is with his abusive mother who was indicated for maltreatment by cps in April and still have had no contact with him despite everything I have to shoot down her accusations including cps and other eyewitness but because family court is gender bias my son continues to be emotionally abused with parental alienation

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      • Admin says:

        An indicated CPS report doesn’t mean anything. That’s a way that statistics are manipulated against mothers. They get it wrong more often than not. I’ve done statistical analysis research on this. If there’s more to your story that you wish to discuss, email contact is the appropriate forum. Thank you.

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      • Mike says:

        Why are you so admit bias against fathers/men? So if it’s a cps indication on the man its the same then , manipulation of stats n facts to keep up the narrative of the business of family law, so why not focus the issues instead of the gender being highlighted as the norm.

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      • Admin says:

        Because, Mike, there’s a gender bias against women when it comes to issues involving domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse, and those are our focus areas. The discrimination is not against men; it’s against women. There is a real, measurable gender bias and discrimination against women and children who are victimized.

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      • Mike says:

        Really huh? You should come to dutchess county family court and you will see different that I assure you, have you watched a documentary called divorce corp. ? Because that’s what drives the domestic violence industry that victimized men, woman and children and it’s all wrong.

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