Connecticut S Corrupt Family Courts

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Topics: Ethics, Connecticut
Courtney Thompson
9636 Gwynndale Drive
Clinton MD, 20735

April 28, 2015

Mark Volker
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252

Dear Mr. Volker

Thank you for taking the time to review my analytical report. The attached report describes the investigation of Connecticut’s corrupt family courts. This report will inform you of the deception, fraud and corruption of judges and associated professionals in the law system of Connecticut.

This analytical report has been designed to examine ethical behaviors regarding law officials taking the law into their own hands and proposes a reevaluation of the system as a whole.

The investigation is recent and does not have an actual law case against a certain set of people. Several organizations have combined to investigate the accusations but there hasn’t been any defending argument from Connecticut officials. The primary research comes from Community Digital News writer, Anne Stevenson and the numerous clients that have spoken out on these accusations. The secondary research includes a definition for ethics and an explanation of several types of ethics, understanding how judges are chosen and the family court, and outside views on the corruption of Connecticut family courts.

Thank you for taking the time to correct and read this draft. I would be happy to discuss with you any questions you may have. I would like to say that I could not find a formal case and decided to tackle this from a different point of view. Report is subject to bias because of a lack of defense.

Sincerely,

Courtney Thompson

TABLE OF CONTENTS tITLE 0
Letter of transmittal i tabLE of contents ii
Executive Summary iii abstract iv ethical dilemma: Corrupt connecticut courts v-vi multiple case study: Corruption in Connecticut courts vi-xii introduction vi-viii
Allegations viii-xii
Maximizing Billing Hours
Shared Parenting Laws
Taxpaying Sources Used for Criminals
Dangerous Custody Switches
Conclusion xiii-xiv
Feasibility Study xiv-xv
appendices

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