Washington Shared Parenting

October 10, 2011

Are you a victim of false allegations of Domestic Violence

Filed under: Uncategorized — jjohnston @ 1:48 am

False DV allegations WashingtonWashington Domestic Violence Press – or WADVPress.org is a website that is battling corruption in Washington Courts surrounding the Domestic Violence industry.  It’s not uncommon for judges, especially in King County, to direct candidates to Domestic Violence Perpetrator Courses, and to name specific courses they want them in, directing to their buddies in the industry, where they get the results they want.

It’s a common ploy for attorneys to not only ask the courts for these classes, but to insist they attend specific courses where they know the results after a history of watching the abuse some of these providers dole out.   It’s a close knit industry, and it is an industry, where money drives the behavior, and it has little to do with anything about children.

Check out WADVPress.org and get involved – working together we can end not only Domestic Violence, but false accusations and profiteering by the slugs in the Bar Association and the Courts that drive the padding of their own pockets by this unethical behavior.


  1. WADVPRess.org is a tremendous resource to the community. Get involved, help make a difference for our children.

    Comment by Snoco Sum Biatch — November 21, 2011 @ 4:25 am

  2. My husband and I had a altercation in the state of FL and in the result i went to mental Hospital on a bakers act due to my husband and his mothers statement. While in the Hospital he put a restraint order on me so that when i got out he said i couldn’t run with our child. He then told me and my sister that he was giving me our child under the supervison of my sister. The CPS was dropped in the state of FL and then transferred to HI for further investigation. Come to find out i was called to from the military side of the investagation stating the case was going to court tomorrow! Please contact me on further proceeding that i should take. 832-257-2990

    Comment by Jessica Hagan — February 8, 2012 @ 6:52 am

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