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How the Family Courts Censor You – First Amendment rights versus Fourteenth Amendment

How the Family Courts Censor You – First Amendment rights versus Fourteenth Amendment

The Supreme Court says that your parent-child association right is protected by the First Amendment as both intimate and expressive association. Close family associations of this nature must receive strict scrutiny protections which your divorce court judge is denying you. This is an abuse of discretion because the judge lacks any discretion to limit this right without first providing full due process protections to you and to your child.

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