WFXG News Reporter Nick Lulli joined Pro Advocate Radio to discuss the tribulations seen and heard in the Augusta Judicial District, specifically found in Superior Court cases involving family law matters.
Child Custody, Divorce and parenting conflict have caused a large public outcry over prolonged litigation and damages ranging from children being taken from good parents, children being left in unsafe environments with DFCS reports ignored, to property being wrongfully taken – even stolen – from parties, and including wrongful incarceration of parents who could have been exonerated should the court allow the evidence and testimony in. Augusta citizens are in dire straights, and reporter Nick Lulli did not pull punches in describing what he’s been observing and reporting on. In Nick’s reports we see clear evidence of misconduct by certain Guardians ad Litem (GALs), psychologists who function as court-appointed “Custody Evaluators” and therapists to children and parents who are trapped in the system and given no choice but to comply – and to pay high fees – or else.
Ongoing litigation involves questions about the accuracy of transcripts and guardian ad litem billing records, so please follow Nick, Pro AdvocateRadio and My Advocate Center to stay up-to-date on these stories and on the outcome of reviewing and reporting on these cases.
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