RICO & family court cases by Govabuse Nancy Rolfe Those wishing to file RICO suits against person(s) working in various positions of your family court cases. You are wasting your time! Consider the fact that the U.S. government has unlimited funds and has been unable to convict RICO charges. It is a serious waste of valuable time for a private citizen to attempt this. First, you probably do not have an extra million dollars to expend on such a project. Worse yet, never forget the ‘more than vague’ family laws that protect violators (ex; best interest). If those two items haven’t given you pause, let us not forget the various protections of immunity granted to many of whom you would be targeting, that deserve to be held accountable. Combine the three and if you still want to move forward, your thought process is clearly based on one of emotion and not legally researched enough to be deemed, rational.
You would need to change a few laws first and would still be looking at a losing RICO case as the violators would have possessed various protections, at the time the offenses were committed. If you have the time and really want to see violators held accountable, spend time to change laws that will benefit your children and grandchildren in the future.
Just because RICO will not work regarding family court case violators does not mean you are at a dead end. Instead of lumping all violators and their violations together (as in a RICO case), file against each individually. Take the worst first, research all laws, guidelines etc… and make sure you have a winning case prior to filing. If executed in a legally appropriately manner, the rest could fall like dominoes. Please do not forget that initial filings should be short, specific and not to contain every detail. Trials are for the details are shared and only the details that prove violations. Unfortunately, people with family court cases have a tendency to write and speak emotionally. Judges, prosecutors etc… are not your friends. They are public servants and have many cases to work on. If you want to discuss every rancid detail of your case, call a friend and share. When filing with a court-of-law, the judges that hear cases and read the motions are specifically concerned with violations of LAW period. So stay focused.
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WIKIPEDIA RICO: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racketeer_Influenced_and_Corrupt_Organizations_Act