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  1. A LEGAL HOSTAGE. Article in AARP The Magazine. Guardianship Abuse” Help They’re Holding Her Hostage” What Happens When a Guardianship Gets Contentious. A court-ordered guardianship nearly shattered Kise Davis’ life, in a trend that too often leads to isolation and exploitation of older Americans. “They’ve put me in an insane asylum. Please come and get me out of  here.” – Kise Davis

    November 20, 2018 by Lulu

    What Happens When a Guardianship Gets Contentious A court-ordered guardianship nearly shattered Kise Davis’ life, in a trend that too …
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  2. Hillary Hogue’s amazing and resilient dad Albert Hogue Jr. in featured in this article. Collier County court and attorney’s extorted $100,000 from his retirement and they tried to force him into a guardianship. Human lives are being destroyed by ruthless greed in Collier County Florida. A better system? Despite change, some still see elderly guardianship problems.

    October 17, 2018 by Lulu

    Hillary Hogue‘s amazing and resilient dad Albert Hogue Jr. in featured in this article. Collier County court and attorney’s extorted …
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  3. Money-draining probate system ‘like a plague on our senior citizens’

    October 6, 2018 by Lulu

      Money-draining probate system ‘like a plague on our senior citizens’ Kennett Taylor poses with a photo of his ex-wife, …
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  4. Article written By Gretchen Rachel Hammond: Guardians From Hell. The completely legal, utterly grotesque system for undermining the rights of the elderly.

    July 11, 2018 by Lulu

    Guardians From Hell The completely legal, utterly grotesque system for undermining the rights of the elderly By Gretchen Rachel Hammond …
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  5. Naples woman Karen Federighi says she was “imprisoned” in guardianship case. “Sheer panic, like a prisoner,” she said.

    May 24, 2018 by Lulu

    Naples woman says she was “imprisoned” in guardianship case Adam Pinsker 10:14 PM, May 23, 2018 2 hours ago NAPLES, …
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  6. North Carolinians describe guardianship as a ‘sick, twisted process and you’re just basically stripped of your civil rights.” Guardianship is a court process where anyone can claim you’re incompetent and petition to be your guardian.

    May 24, 2018 by Lulu

    North Carolina News North Carolinians describe guardianship as a ‘sick, twisted process’ By: Beairshelle Edmé Updated: May 23, 2018 05:39 …
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  7. The 20th Judicial District (Boulder) Judicial Performance Commission held a public hearing May 15, 2018 to receive comments about judges. They’re not required to hold a hearing. And after recent statutory revisions, public hearings aren’t recommended anymore. The judges up for retention this year are: District Court Judges Thomas Mulvahill and Norma Sierra, and County Court Judges David Archuleta and Elizabeth Brodsky.

    May 20, 2018 by Lulu

    The commission held a public hearing on May 15, 2018, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in Courtroom F at the …
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  8. Houston federal judge allows state judge to be sued. Southern District Chief Justice Lee H. Rosenthal recently issued a landmark ruling allowing a wrongful death lawsuit against a Houston probate judge to proceed in an adult guardianship claim. Sherry Johnston sued Harris County Probate Judge Christine Butts in 2016, alleging that her elderly mother Willie Jo Mills suffered broken bones and a rapid, preventable decline, which contributed to malnutrition and death when Mills was a ward of the State of Texas under guardianship.

    May 18, 2018 by Lulu

    Justice For Willie Jo Mills and Sherry Johnston! Sherry tried everything to protect her Mother but her Mother was in …
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  9. Judicial Performance Commission to hold public hearing Boulder judges up for retention. The hearing will take place from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Courtroom F of the Boulder County Justice Center, 1777 Sixth St.

    May 11, 2018 by Lulu

    Judicial Performance Commission to hold public hearing Boulder judges up for retention By Mitchell ByarsStaff Writer Posted:   05/11/2018 03:07:05 …
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  10. Las Vegas police officer, April Parks, others indicted in guardianship case. In March of last year, April Parks, Mark Simmons and Noel Palmer Simpson were named in a 270-count indictment related to guardianship exploitation. April Parks was indicted on over 200 felony charges for similar conduct, including racketeering, theft, exploitation of an older person, offering false instrument for filing or record, and perjury.

    February 17, 2018 by Lulu

    Melton is expected to be in court next week. When allegations first surfaced in July, he was put on leave …
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