What constitutional issues does the Custody Court Crisis raise? Who’s to blame when the courts fail to protect children? 

Airing Saturday, March 30, at 11 AM Pacific Time

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So how do family courts work and why are they often such a mess? What constitutional issues do they raise? Who’s to blame when the system runs roughshod over the best interests of children?  Who knows?  Well, long-term attorney and candidate for the Louisiana Supreme Court Richard Ducote has a pretty good idea.

Ducote has dedicated his professional and his personal life to advocating for women and children who have been abused by domestic violence and sexual assault, and then been further abused by the courts. Listen as this legal veteran discusses what’s wrong with family courts, what we can do about it, and how a position on the Supreme Court of Louisiana could affect improvement in the system.

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