- Report: #784918
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Complaint Review: MONROE COUNTY CHILD SUPPORT OFFICE
MONROE COUNTY CHILD SUPPORT OFFICE120 W 7th St BLOOMINGTON, Indiana United States of America
MONROE COUNTY CHILD SUPPORT OFFICE COLOR OF LAW ABUSE/BREACH OF DUTY/NEGLIGENCE/HATE CRIME BLOOMINGTON, Indiana
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COMPLAINT STATEMENT: COLOR OF LAW COMPLAINT/
NEGLIGENCE THE RECORD ENTERED INTO THE COURT DOCKET REGARDING AN ENTRY OF PATERNITY/CHILD SUPPORT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT WAS INACCURATELY ENTERED WHICH RESULTED IN A NAME CHANGE IN THE MONROE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT RECORDS WITHOUT CONSENT OF THE BIOLOGICAL MOTHER OR THE BIOLOGICAL FATHER TO CHANGE THE NAME OF THEIR CHILD, MILES AKIL JABRARI SHAW-COLEMAN. CASE number 53C079704JP00189
COMPLAINTANT:DR. SHEILA JOCELYN SHAW6721 NORTH OBT TRL LOT 10ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32810 AMENDED COMPLAINT:
COMPLAINTANT'S RIGHT OF ACTION
BY AN ACTION TO REQUEST PUNITIVE ACTION AGAINST THE PERPETRATOR OF
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE BY REQUEST TOT HE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO FILE A LEGAL
CLAIM IN REGARDS TO:
VAWA was consistent with the United States international legal
obligations to provide victims of gender based violence with effective
remedies. the Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women in the
same year, concluded that civil society and governments have
acknowledged that domestic violence is a public health policy and
human rights concern. for the universal application to women of the rights and principles
with regard to equality, security, liberty, integrity and dignity of
all human beings". The resolution is often seen as complementary
to, and a strengthening of, the work of the Convention on the
Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women and Vienna
Declaration and Programme of Action. It recalls and embodies the
same rights and principles as those enshrined in such instruments as
the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Articles 1 and 2 provide
the most widely used definition of violence against women.[5 Articles 1 and 2 of the resolution provide the most widely used
definition of violence against women.Article One: For the purposes of this Declaration, the term "violence
against women" means any act of gender-based violence that results in,
or is likely to result in, physical, sexual or psychological harm or
suffering to women, including threats of such acts, coercion or
arbitrary deprivation of liberty, whether occurring in public or in
private life.Article Two: Violence against women shall be understood to encompass,
but not be limited to, the following:(a) Physical, sexual and psychological violence occurring in the
family, including battering, sexual abuse of female children in the
household, dowry-related violence, marital rape, female genital
mutilation and other traditional practices harmful to women,
non-spousal violence and violence related to exploitation;
(b) Physical, sexual and psychological violence occurring within the
general community, including rape, sexual abuse, sexual harassment and
intimidation at work, in educational institutions and elsewhere,
trafficking in women and forced prostitution;
(c) Physical, sexual and psychological violence perpetrated or
condoned by the State, wherever it occurs.
A copy of the following statement: "IF YOU ARE THE VICTIM OF DOMESTIC
VIOLENCE, you may ask the state attorney to file a criminal complaint.
You also have the right to go to court and file a petition requesting
an injunction for protection from domestic violence which may include,
but need not be limited to, provisions which restrain the abuser from
further acts of abuse; direct the abuser to leave your household;
prevent the abuser from entering your residence, school, business, or
place of employment; award you custody of your minor child or
children; and direct the abuser to pay support to you and the minor
children if the abuser has a legal obligation to do so."
INTENTIONAL ACTION OF POLICE MISCONDUCT INTENTIONAL MANIPULATION OF THE RECORD/COLOR OF LAW ABUSE 53C079704JP00189 Birth RecordAM REQUESTING A WRITTEN DOCUMENTATION OF YOUR ACTION IN THESE REGARDS:
RACIAL PROFILING IS AN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ISSUE.The types of issues raised in habeas corpus petitions were coded into the following categories: ineffective assistance of counsel (failure to object to admissibility/sufficiency of evidence, failure to call witnesses, failure to cross-examine, and failure to object to denial of a continuance notion), trial court errors (failure to suppress improper evidence, improper jury instructions), prosecutorial misconduct (failure to disclose, use of perjured testimony, and inflammatory summation), 4th amendment (unlawful arrest), 5th amendment (coerced confession,improper/defective indictment, and invalid/coerced guilty plea), 6th amendment (denial of speedy trial and improper jury selection), 8th amendment (excessive sentence and improper application of a habitual offender statute), 14th amendment (violation of due process and equal protection), and other types of issues (conditions of confinement).How are nonprofit organizations liable?Liable for corporate hareLiable to the nonprofit person suing on its behalfLiability for statutory requirements; violating environmental protection, antitrust, tax lawscomplaint forwarded:Details methods used to detect and prosecute operations involving the manipulation of data processing systems- white collar crime: a manual for law enforcement agencies
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