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Political Issues This forum is for discussing the political aspects of divorce: reform to divorce laws, men's rights, women's rights, injustices in the divorce system, etc.

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Old 01-19-2015, 10:26 PM
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Did you know there are absolutely no consequences for judges who make an access order that results in one parent murdering their children? They don't get disbarred. There is no law society investigation. No accountability whatsoever . They are not suspended with pay. No public inquiry into that judge's decision making.
What is the judge going to say to the parent who's ex has harmed the kids? Oops!?
Judge would have to live with his decision for the rest of his/life. That is a very heavy burden.

Judges are answerable to the Chief Justice in your jurisdiction (not sure what they are called in various provinces). Judges are employees of the province in which you live. Judges names and decisions are published in CanLii and other legal review articles and decisions and trials are often published daily in newspapers with journalistic slant. Judges aren't paid huge amounts of money. I wouldn't want their job.
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Restraining orders don't work with people who aren't mentally all there. It's only a piece of paper. I'm actually surprised the numbers of divorce related murders/ suicides aren't much , much higher given the way lawyers escalate the conflict to dangerous levels.
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Old 01-19-2015, 10:55 PM
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Judge would have to live with his decision for the rest of his/life. That is a very heavy burden.

Judges are answerable to the Chief Justice in your jurisdiction (not sure what they are called in various provinces). Judges are employees of the province in which you live. Judges names and decisions are published in CanLii and other legal review articles and decisions and trials are often published daily in newspapers with journalistic slant. Judges aren't paid huge amounts of money. I wouldn't want their job.
Find out how many judges have been fired ever in Canada, that is a sign of accountability.
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