Judge Patricia Gardner
17th Circuit Court
(Family Court Division)
Ann Lotus Deling had Judge Gardner give custody to her former spouse also. She went to the court of appeals and on October 7, 2010 the court of appeals in their opinion commented, "We note that this Court has in several previous cases reversed the trial judge in this case, Judge Patricia Gardner, for failure to conduct requisite hearings, to properly apply the law before changing or modifying custody." The court of appeals sited four cases; one of them was Karen Holmes case mentioned earlier. In the Ann Lotus Deling case, the Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) is Donna Mobilia. Donna is an attorney who sits on the
State Bar of Michigan’s Family and Domestic Violence Committee. Being an attorney Donna knew that Gardner did not apply the laws correctly to this case
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Currently there are 39 non custodial mothers
who have lost custody of thier children
and Judge Gardner was the presiding judge.
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The right to ones day in court is meaningless if
the judge who hears the case lacks the talent,
experience and temperament
that will enable him/her to protect imperiled rights
and to render a fair decision.
By William H. Rehnquist
Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
Typically what happens in Judge Patricia Gardner's court room is that women will not be able to talk or their former spouse will take over the conversations. When the women tries to take the conversation back over, Judge Gardner gets mad at the woman.
Lately Deanna will actually get to talk about the reason why she filed a motion. Deanna’s former spouse and Guardian Ad Litem (Donna Mobilia) will then talk. Deanna will not be given the opportunity to rebuttle what the others have said. This allows the others to give miss information and the truth to not be told.
Deanna will then file an objection that Judge Gardner will deny. Judge Patricia Gardner has been the judge in Deanna's case for the last ten years.
Every motion that Deanna has filed has been denied.
Mothers who also have Judge Gardner
tell Deanna the same thing happens to them.
The typical response by mothers are,
“Judge Gardner is emotional
and bases her decisions on emotions
she is not even sure of.”
(Mother at Panera Bread, 2008)
Judge Gardner has even gone so far as to claim a mother had
and gave custody of the children to the abusive alcoholic father.
The mother did not have a psychological evaluation
just Judge Gardner's evaluation.
Typically what happens when a mother is talking about her case,
a judge will order that the mother be placed on a
so she can not talk.
If you have been place under a Gag Order please call today!
Re: Judge Patricia Gardner
"It was several years ago, but I had a case that was so wrong that everyone knew it. I have been in her chambers where everything was decided about custody of a child before court. The 17 year old mother had committed no offense, no child abuse or neglect. Judge Gardner was mad because she became pregnant again while she was a ward of the court due to her own mother's neglect. Same father, who was very involved. She ordered the mother to stop seeing the father (his rights had not been taken away). Her DA Blodgett worker told her that she could see the FOB only at the Center where she lived. When the girl went to court, no workers were present, but wrote letters saying she was doing very well. The Judge asked her if she had seen him. She said yes, but only at the Center. She immediately removed her 3 year old son who had never spent a night away from his mother. This traumatized child was then given to a relative with a criminal record and babysat by a person on a tether, so he could not play outside at all. Much more... Subsequent children were removed at birth. I heard her say that it is her job to protect society from "people like this". I call it social engineering. Regimes like the Nazi's were big on it. The Judge took my protests as a Clinical Social Worker and twisted them to fit her framework. It was devastating to be a part of. I left the agency I worked for as a result of them not supporting me. Contact me if more info is needed. 616-862-3296."
By Deborah Jandle, LMSW
Personal Protection Orders:
Shouldn't the Judge Protect
the Mother and Children?
In the Courtroom of Judge Patricia D. Gardner, Kent County, MI 17th Circuit Court, the following are the excerpts from the actual Transcripts. Very interesting and obvious that this was set up in advance.
This is regarding a "Drop Off and Pickup Point for a Minor Child".Please keep in mind that the three Personal Protection Order Filings were presented to Judge Gardner and Attorney Jennie Boldish Bryan , prior to the Hearing, so that they would review the Case before entering the Courtroom. The first one had Judge Gardner's name stamped on the top. The Personal Protection Order Filings for the first two were for Assaulting two different females (one being a girlfriend and the second my Fiance (now my Wife) and the third was for Harassment of my Family. I quote:
Attorney for Mother: "My client is uncomfortable with driving to Mr. H's home. And, I think until the matter is resolved, Grandmother's neutral setting is ...is appropriate".
Judge Gardner: "Well...why is that...why would she be uncomfortable with picking up the child at her father's home?"
Attorney for the Mother: "I think because there's been the long driveway without neighbors around. Mr. H, I think....has had ..and I'm relatively sure of this, P.P.O's (Personal Protection Orders) against him on other cases involving other people".
Judge Gardner: "I'm not aware of that. I'm not aware of any P.P.O's against Mr. H. Are there such?"
Attorney Jennie Boldish Bryan: No.
Mr. H: "No"
Attorney for Mother: "There was".
Attorney Jennie Boldish Bryan: "Oh, we've had lots of Hearing when she's tried to get P.P.O's".
So here we are, with the Judge, the Attorney and the Ex, Mr. H, all knowing full well that three (3) Personal Protection Orders have been filed and are very serious, have denied any knowledge of said P.P.O.'s. I believe most of us call this "Perjury", but in the Courtroom's of Kent County, MI, this is allowable. These were very serious filings. The first two involved hands around the throat, with threats and the third involved intimidation of not only my family, but personal friends and business associates.
Just to let you know, Paul Fischer (He holds the title "Master") and the Judicial Tenure Commission had not problem with any of this. When the Judicial Tenure Commission Filing was made (one of five), they found "No Violations of the Judicial Canons (Rules that the Judge's are supposed to abide by). Of course, they found no issues with the other four also.
So the end result is, if any of us go to Court in Kent County, feel free to perjure yourself at will and violate all ethics, whether you are an Attorney, Citizen, Illegal or whatever...it' fair game. Do what you want! The "System" will approve!
By the way...my name is Richard Burchfield and my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact me all you want.
In addition, do not contact the Grand Rapids Police Department or the Kent County Prosecutors Office. They don't have time for violations of the "Law", nor will they provide you written explanations of why. Way to busy protecting Judge Gardner and Group!
Can Judges Be Bought?
Sharon Male, March 9, 2009
From 2000 to 2007, some $167 million was spent on judicial campaigns—more than twice as much as in the entire previous decade. Now, advocates of judicial reform are worried that the influx of special-interest money is getting in the way of citizens’ rights to a fair trial. “If you were in court and found out that your opponent was one of the biggest contributors to the judge, would you be happy?” asks Charles W. Hall of Justice at Stake, a nonpartisan group that advocates for judicial reforms. “I think almost all Americans would say, ‘I want a different judge.’”
In West Virginia in 2004, the CEO of a coal company spent $3 million to help Brent D. Benjamin’s judicial campaign. When the company had a case before the court, Benjamin declined to recuse himself—to step aside—and instead cast a deciding vote in favor of the CEO’s company. The case has worked its way up to the Supreme Court, which is expected to make a ruling this spring. Meanwhile, jurists and legal scholars across the country are locked in debate. One group of state supreme court justices argued in a legal brief that the “strong presumption of integrity” of elected judges should override apparent conflicts of interest. But others say that the current system undermines the public’s faith in the integrity of the court.
Deanna's former spouses lawyer
had contributed to
Judge Gardners campaign in previous years.
How does Judge Patricia Gardner
get away with this?
Don't ask the
Judicial Tenure Commission
March 19th, 2009
The United States Marshals Service has released data showing a steady increase in threats, harassment and other inappropriate communications with judges. According to the National Law Journal, in just five years the number has risen 89 percent.
Federal law sanctions threats against judges, along with the intentional release of personal information with the intent to threaten, intimidate, or incite a violent crime against a judge.
In addition to monitoring outright threats, the Marshals Service tracks inappropriate communications that “harass, show an unusual direction of interest, or make unsettling overtures of an improper nature directed to a protectee.” In a little over 1 percent of the cases, the threat or inappropriate communications was posted on a website or blog.
Managing Your Divorce: A Guide for Battered Women
National Council of the Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Dean Louis W. McHardy, Executive Director; Family Violence Department Resource Center on Domestic Violence Child Protection and Custody, Meredith Hofford, M.A., Director
This booklet is intended to be used by battered women who are representing themselves, without an attorney, in court cases involving child custody. This is not a recommendation to go into court unrepresented. In fact, we start the booklet with a piece on "How to Find an Attorney." What we recommend strongly is that if there is any dispute or conflict about the arrangements for custody and visitation, get a lawyer! Battered women have spoken repeatedly about the loss of custody as the greatest threat in their lives, saying that it is more painful than the physical violence they have suffered. The stakes are extremely high in custody disputes; get a lawyer.
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