WHAT Preponderance of Evidence Standard? In Miami-Dade Family Court…ARE YOU KIDDING??

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By now, you have probably heard about the case out of Michigan where a family court judge sent three siblings to juvenile detention for refusing to visit their estranged father. The children’s parents divorced five years ago and have been battling in court ever since over custody. On June 24, the children—ranging in age from 9 to 15—were deemed in contempt by Judge Lisa Gorcyca for disobeying her order to “have a healthy relationship with your father.” All three children were

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2 thoughts on “WHAT Preponderance of Evidence Standard? In Miami-Dade Family Court…ARE YOU KIDDING??

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