Thursday, July 10, 2008

Issues presented on appeal

My court appeal presents the following issues:
Did the lower court abuse its discretion in ordering a radical custody change?
Is there substantial evidence that I am a child abuser?
Is it reversible error to deny me an opportunity to present a rebuttal witness?
Should the standard of proof be “clear and convincing evidence”, when the family court action is essentially the same as a juvenile dependency court action?
Are there changed circumstances sufficient for the court to revisit the 2005 custody trial outcome and to micromanage the upbringing of our children?
Did the lower court adequately justify a deviation from child support guidelines?
Can the court restrain me from publishing the allegations against me?
I also complain about my constitutional rights being violated, and not getting a real judge.

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