M.I.A.

Just a quick update. I know I have been M.I.A. this month. I have not been blogging much lately. Trial did not go too well. As expected with Judge Nazaratien. It was just another mom-bashing session where only I was grilled to no end and harassed. The ex-husband, as always, sailed thru with not even one question asked of him by the Judge. It was just yet another sideshow in the Circus that is Judge Nazaratien’s “family” courtroom. This man made up his mind from day one. We, of course, ran out of time as always. No closing arguments, no nothing. Some trial that is. Most of my issues were not even addressed. As usual. Judge already asked my ex-husband’s lawyer to draw up an order. Therefore, his mind was made up before he even left the bench. Obviously, he has no plans to review case law or anything else before ruling. Case law which he has been in violation of for the past 2 years. Thinking he would admit his legal error and right his wrong are a joke. His mind was made up in a short hearing in September 2012 and he has never cared what happened to my daughter or me ever since. My ex-husband can lie under oath and alienate me all he wants. He is a police officer and treated with kid gloves by the totally biased and inappropriate Judge Nazaratien. The bias has been sickening. The demeaning manner in which I have been treated for 2 years by Judge Nazaratien has been nothing short of disgusting and appalling. Trust me when I tell you that it is ALL about the money. $$$$$$. I have been trying to pick myself up and put the pieces of my life and heart back together. Not going so well at the moment. I also had a bad fall this week which left me with a trip to the ER and a black eye. I WILL be back. Just need a little time. My prayers go out to all of you. Praying for peace, understanding, clarity, favor, truth, love, and justice for all of us alienated parents and our children.

 

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4 thoughts on “M.I.A.

  1. Reblogged this on amississippimom and commented:
    I am so sorry, I understand, and know how you feel. I just want to thank you for the effort you make each time you go back in and endure those horrors, and, to find it in you to update, blog, even speak of it is an incredible testament to your strength and determination. Reading of , taking part in and sharing in others pain, stories, experiences helps so much. I sincerely appreciate your sharing your pain in order to help me through my own (as it surely does) … only another who truly “knows” can share something of this nature. I pray for your continued strength, and for many positive, happy changes in the very near future for you and your daughter. And I pray those who have hurt you, and likely many others out there will get what they deserve, and publicly too (as their fake, false reputations are what they care about most besides the money). Thanks again for sharing.

  2. I had a simular trial experience. The good news is you can appeal or motion for continuance because you were not permitted closing arguments or fully heard.

    You were denied due process if you were not fully heard.. if that ever happens again demand to be fully heard, if they threaten contempt if you won’t be quite or withdraw your oral motion to be heard KEEP OBJECTING! it’s important to preserve your rights by refusing to accomodate the judge by consenting to rest your case in lieu of being fully heard.

    I have been threatend with contempt over 30 times by multiple judges… NONE ACTUALLY HELD ME IN CONTEMPT WITH SANCTIONS FOR CONTINUING TO MAKE MY DEMANDS.

    FYI:

    ITS GOOD TO BE KICKED OUT OF YOUR OWN TRIAL… ESPECIALLY IF A JUDGE TAKES TESTIMONY WITHOUT YOU THERE… ITS A MISTRIAL… YOU’LL WIN ANY APPEAL & LIKELY GET A NEW JUDGE!

    I have a similar experience & I don’t know if my strategy is going to work, but I am convinced that I have to do something different than what the judges expect.

    I am about to have my cases reopened because my due process was not provided, I was not fully heard and testimony was taken without me being able to cross examine… EASY NJ RULE 4:50 MOTION.

    in your case if trial was short great u can get transcripts cheaper.

    Hang in there I feel for you

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