Judge Robert J. Humphreyscorrupt appellate court judge

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This Judge upheld a termination of my parental rights by Arlington CPS without ever examining whether CPS was justified in removing my daughter from her loving parents in the first place. He showed a strong pro-prosecution bias, and discriminated against me because of my mild learning disability, diagnosed as Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Not Otherwise Specified. There is no evidence that this diagnosis prevents a person from successfully parenting a child, and Judge Humphreys cited none, yet still used it as a reason for refusing to return my daughter to my custody. He also refused to consider the strong evidence of bias and corruption in the lower courts, or the report from hearings officer George Walton that found me not guilty of any charge of child neglect.

One gets the impression that he is simply a rubber stamp for the lower courts, and is only concerned with insuring full employment for his fellow lawyers.

corrupt appellate court judge

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  • Nancy Hey Mar 10, 2011
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    That was the main reason he used, Zachary S. . The only other reason was that Sabrina had "formed a bond" with her foster family, which may be true, but it is still best for children to be raised by their own biological families. Most adopted children seek out their biological parents eventually anyway, no matter how much they love their adoptive parents.

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  • Nancy Hey Mar 10, 2011
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    I'm currently appealing the ruling to the US Supreme Court. It's unfortunate, though, that parents are forced to spend their life savings on al these expensive appeals just because of a system of judges that are biased against parents.

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