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  1. Become a Certified Americans with Disabilities Advocate. Help those with disabilities design and implement accommodations during stressful judicial encounters. JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE and Dr. Karin Huffer are pleased to announce certification under John Jay College of Criminal Justice: Level 1 Certified ADA Advocate Program. The purpose of this course is to set a standard of care by implementing the mandates of the Americans with Disabilities Act. This program aims to provide equal access to public services for persons with disabilities.

    December 15, 2017 by Lulu

    Email Dr. Karin Huffer      legalabuse@gmail.com  if you have questions or need an ADA advocate in your area. Become a Certified …
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  2. To Cheryl Stevens, Active Clerk of The Supreme Court Public Comment. Our concerns with Colorado Rules of Probate Procedure, Rule and Form amendments are moot until Justices follow the rules, and mechanisms for accountability and meaningful redress exist. Many families scammed out of their hard- earned retirement funds and properties have their lives destroyed by Probate court, and efforts to set things right only further undermine a just outcome.

    November 27, 2017 by Lulu

    To Cheryl Stevens, Active Clerk of The Supreme Court Post this Public Comment on The Colorado Supreme Court Page on the proposed …
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