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About

As a graduate of Widener University School of Law, my practice focused on civil rights actions for nearly 20 years .  Since 2010, my efforts and skills have been devoted to establishing the Pennsylvania Civil Rights Law Network (PCRLN). I established this organization as the cornerstone for the development of a nationwide advocacy system, dedicated to the enforcement of our United States Constitution. This network, has provided support for victims of judicial misconduct and overall court deficiencies that have violated their civil rights.

The website currently contains, and will provide a repository for procedural and substantive law, sample case formats, dissemination of legal articles and content authored by me, relevant to civil rights issues. We encourage and facilitate pro se litigants (self-representation) through a network of local, experienced advocates, and has connected thousands of people, who have been victimized by the court system in the United States, at both state and federal levels.

Followers of PCRLN come from across the country, and this endeavor will create a branch agency within Pennsylvania counties, as a model ultimately to be established in every state. To further develop these efforts, I have worked with the Harrisburg Diversity Center and other equal rights/diversity agencies in throughout Pennsylvania, to build the network.

ABOUT MY ASSOCIATE DON BAILEY

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  1. There is a judge in Montco that has continually denied justice to a young man who is the victim of abuse. She has ignored hospitalization records and therapists recommendations saying that he should not have to be with his abuser, trying to force him to reconcile with her. She has tried to force this young man to reconcile and to say he was not abused, by taking away his and his father’s right to see his sisters. This has been going on for over two years…..A new court hearing is scheduled for Friday, the 5th of September. It might be an interesting one for court reformers to attend.

  2. My son was wrongly institutionalized for no reason by a family court judge. I want to raise him. Please help! Contact me at 484-716-9619.

  3. We are dealing with one of the worst cases of financial elder abuse in the United States. Can you help?

    We need to file suit very soon in federal court.
    CIVIL COMPLAINT:

    1. FOR AN INDPENDENT ACTION IN EQUITY TO VACATE THE JUDGMENT IN LASC CASE NO. BC363659 FOR EXTRINSIC FRAUD; FRAUD UPON THE COURT; FRAUD BY OFFICERS OF THE COURT, VIOLATIONS OF THE APPEARANCE OF FAIRNESS DOCTRINE, JUDICIAL BIAS DOCTRINE AND ACTS OF JUDICIAL IMPROPRIETY BY JUDICIAL OFFICERS;

    2. FOR EQUITABLE REDEMPTION OF TITLE TO REAL PROPERTY;

    3. FOR DAMAGES, DECLARATORY AND INJUNCTIVE RELIEF FOR A CIVIL CONSPIRACY TO DEPRIVE PLAINTIFFS OF RIGHTS, PRIVILEGES, IMMUNITIES AND PROPERTY BY STATE OFFICIALS ACTING UNDER COLOR OF STATE LAW IN VIOLATION OF TITLE 42, SECTION 1983;

    4. FOR FINANCIAL ELDER ABUSE BY A PERSON NOT A CARETAKER

    [42 U.S.C. Section 1983; U.S. Const., Amend. V, VII and XIV, Sec. 1, cl. 1; Cal. Const., Art I, Sec. 7(a); Cal. Code. Civ. Proc. 701.680(e)]

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