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Some sanity returns to false sex abuse trials

2017-08-16T11:26:21-07:00August 16th, 2017|Blog, Carey's Thoughts|

Three male Toronto police officers were recently acquitted of sex assault when the female trial judge, once again, found the evidence of the female complainant to be inconsistent, implausible and at times contradictory. She claimed to have been so drunk she couldn’t remember it all. Security video tape at the time showed her not drunk.

From an alienated father

2017-03-30T13:49:28-07:00March 30th, 2017|Letters From Dads|

Good Evening. I just read your blog post and thought I would reach out. I am a now alienated father from 4 kids who is being crushed by a system that is supposed to act in the best interests of the kids. I lived in a fog for 20 years with a lady who I

Anger

2015-07-20T14:29:07-07:00July 20th, 2015|Divorce Information|

  The anger a father feels when he suddenly can’t see his children as much as he used to is universal and very understandable. No caring and nurturing parent can not experience that anger. The anger is at the mother of the children, at oneself and at the “system” which is seen as biased in

Representing Yourself In Court

2015-06-30T14:43:38-07:00June 30th, 2015|Divorce Information|

Everyone is familiar with the saying that a man representing himself in court has a fool for a client. I am here to tell you not to believe it! It doesn’t have to be true. As a young lawyer, I never bought into it. The legal profession, like all other professions, has successfully convinced government