Contents

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Our objective is to fix the problem, not the blame

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The site is organized as a book in which there are four chapters. Each chapter is divided into several sections and a tabulation of chapter and sections appears below. Additionally there is an extensive index of the site.


 

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Chapters

| 1 — Our Dysfunctional Courts | 2 — Perjury And False Allegations | 3 — What Happened To Civil Rights? | 4 — Veteran Courts |


 

Chapter 1 —Our Dysfunctional Courts

How The Courts Are Failing by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Court rules

Recipe for failure

Problems

Cures

Social Versus Criminal Justice by Doug Traubel and Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Introduction

Power and control

Crime and Punishment

What the future portends

About the authors

Holodeck Law — Litigation Vortex by Linda L. Kennedy, Esq.

The litigation vortex

The triangle and two defense

Just A Matter Of Time! by Albert Burns

Judges Rule

We Don't Need Yet Another Court Freed From The Rules Of Fair Trials by Dave Brown

The Criminalization Of Fatherhood by Stephen Baskerville, Ph.D.

Family court: Most powerful branch of the judiciary

Is Our Family Court System Causing Blood in the Streets? by Judy Parejko, M.S.

Judicial Bias(?) – How It Works and How To Defend Against It by Zed McLarnon

Forward

Phantom clinical evaluations

Recommendations of the probation officer

Edited court hearing tapes

Secret hearings

Secret affidavits

References

Teach Your Children by John A. Gabor

Sentenced To Jail

Summary

The Case For Judicial Impeachment by Robert Muchnick

New York Judges On Wrong Side Of The Law

Making Judges And Attorneys Accountable by Bill Wood

Top

Chapter 2 —Perjury And False Allegations

Denver's Bad Boy Cops by Christopher N. Osher

Police handcuffed by internal discipline

Discipline record holder

Headed the wrong way

"Consistent" with past action?

Exotic dance, excessive force

Some of the disciplined officers

The Double Standard On Perjury by Ed Quillen

Lying in the Courtroom — It Happens All The Time by Richard M. Schmitt

Lack of punishment

Just tell the truth

Reducing The Impact Of Perjury In Domestic Violence Cases by Jonathan Marin

Abstract

Uncertain justice

Asymmetric consequences of error

The scales of justice are unbalanced

Other factors accentuate the tilt

Toward better justice

Arranging paired polygraph tests

Limitations

False Accusations Of Abuse: Past, Present, And Future by Dean Tong

Well-meaning but misguided legislation

The era of source misattribution errors

Proposed solutions

About the author

A Criminal Defense Attorneys View Of False Child Sexual Assault Allegations by Paul G. Stuckle, Esq.

Our prisons are full of innocent persons

How did we come to this?

What should you do once an allegation has been made?

Consider the following in hiring the right attorney:

About the author

Research Shows That A False Accusation Of Rape Is Common by Marc Angelucci and Glenn Sacks

Is it Reasonable? by Erik Pistol

Sex harassment law

Secrecy is Un-American

Assumption of guilt

Conclusion

Reference

Duke Lacrosse Case Of False Rape Allegations

Abstract

Timeline of events

Minute-by-minute list of events

Investigation and prosecution

Defense and media questioning leading up to the dismissal

Durham Police Department's actions

Effects of these false allegations and corrupt justice system on the community

Aftermath

Crystal Mangum arrested for attempted murder, assault and arson

Crystal Mangum charged with first-degree murder in boyfriend's death

Top

Chapter 3 —What Happened To Civil Rights?

The History and Danger of Administrative Law by Philip Hamburger, J.D.

Introduction

The prerogative power of kings

The rise of absolutism in America

Conclusion

About the author

Rural Cleansing By Endangered Species by Ted Miller

About the author

Censorship by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

There Ought Not To Be A Law by Wendy McElroy

Condoning Slavery Under Color Of Law by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Creating slaves

A case study of attempted reform

Punishing men for their wife's adultery

Paternity: Innocence May Now Be A Defense by Wendy McElroy

Massachusetts' Family "Justice" by Stephen Baskerville, Ph.D.

How A Fraudulent Guardianship/Conservatorship Commences And Continues by Angela V. Woodhull, Ph.D.

Step One: Eminent danger —The initial court petition

Step Two: The examining committee

Step Three: The "feast" begins

How the victim's money is spent

Step Four: The mysterious deaths

Predatory guardians: How courts are allowing professional guardians/conservators to rob your assets

How it all begins

About the author

References and resources

Decriminalize the Average Man by Wendy McElroy

Some sample cases

What path to justice?

Small steps toward justice

Conclusions

About the author

References

Call The Cops At Your Own Risk by Jeff Berwick

Call the cops at your own risk

I have not nor will ever call the public police

Don't even talk to the police (watch this video!)

About the author

Top

Chapter 4 —Veteran Courts

The War Against Veterans: Why A Special Court Is Needed by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Casualties of war

There has to be a better way!

Review Of Colorado Springs Veteran Court by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

What's gone right?

What's gone wrong?

Recommendations

Comments on the review of the Colorado Springs veteran trauma court by Guy Gambill

Comments by Ms. Laura Williams, Colorado Dept. of Human Services, and response

Additional comments

Iraq Veteran Suffering From PTSD Charged With Attempted Murder In Colorado Springs

What really happened?

Trauma court for veterans

A soldier's journey

Violence And Veteran Courts by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Catch, convict, and release

Colorado Springs and a veteran court

Convicting a veteran of a crime

Alternative sentencing in Colorado

What a veteran court must do to help veterans and promote public safety

Conclusions

About the author

A Mounting Social Crisis: Veterans Of Iraq and Afghanistan At The Crossroads Of Justice by Guy Gambill

Can A Veterans Court Help Former GIs Find Justice? by Joel Warner

Flashback — A view from the outside

Fort Carson murders and veteran crime spree

Nicholas Adam Gray

Veteran courts

Nic Gray goes to jail

The psychological effects of war

Nic Gray has his day in veteran court

Veterans Court: Restorative Rather Than Punitive Justice by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Forward

Spokane, Washington, veterans court weighs stress of war service

Veteran court comparisons

Restorative justice works better

About the author

Why Are We Throwing Traumatized Vets in Jail for Calling 911? by Penny Coleman

Analysis Of Veteran Arrests, El Paso County, Colorado by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D. and David W. Stockburger, Ph.D.

Abstract

When Johnny Comes Marching Home, Again...He Goes To Jail by Jeff Wright

Death Of A Soldier by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Prologue

Boulos, Paul Charbell

Review

Premature deaths of veterans

No way out of the "justice" system

The role of a veteran treatment court

Suggestions

Why Veterans Can't Get Jobs by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Introduction

Part One — Hire a veteran! Not!

Part Two — And justice for none

Part Three — Dying to get an appointment with the VA

Summary

Endnotes

About the author

Preliminary Investigation of Veteran Deaths In El Paso County, Colorado by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Abstract

Introduction

Coming home

Tracking veteran mortality

Major factors

Details of manner of death

Suggestions and Conclusions

Footnotes

Creating Homeless Veterans by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Abstract

Introduction

Fix the problem, not the blame

Suggestions

Conclusions

Top


 

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