TORTIOUS INTERFERENCE WITH PARENTAL RIGHTS

Posted Posted in Civil Rights, Due Process, Litigation

TORTIOUS INTERFERENCE WITH PARENTAL RIGHTS   Another litigation and appellate victory!  On May 14, 2020, the Virginia Supreme Court rejected the attempt to drag mental health professionals and guardian ad litems into court for their role in custody and visitation cases by disappointed, angry, frustrated or vindictive parents on claims of “tortious interference with parental […]

Can the Police Detain a Witness Who They do not of Suspect Wrongdoing?

Posted Posted in Civil Rights, Due Process, False Imprisonment, Fourth Amendment

Question: Can the Police Detain a Witness Who They do not of Suspect Wrongdoing? Answer: Yes – but only under very limited circumstances. The Fourth Amendment – The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures The Fourth Amendment protects the right of the […]