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Monday, May 16, 2011

Illinois Senator Supporting House Bill That Would Make It So That Custodial Parents Interfering With Non-Custodial Visitation Would Have Their Driver’s License Suspended

Senator Delgado met with participants at 3rd Annual Fatherless Day Rally in Springfield

delgado-CBHA-050911-600x400SPRINGFIELD, IL—Illinois State Senator William Delgado (D-Chicago) met with constituents today at the 3rd Annual Fatherless Day rally in Springfield. This rally was sponsored by Illinois Fathers, a not-for-profit organization whose goal is to ensure that non-custodial parents maintain a meaningful and substantial relationship with their children.

"Illinois Fathers works to assist and educate the general public about the importance of non-custodial parent/child relationship," said Senator Delgado, Chairman of the Senate Public Health Committee. "This bill is in reaction to a situation that occurred recently in Central Illinois."

Steve Watkins was a central Illinois non-custodial parent whose visitation was continuously being blocked by the custodial parent despite repeated legal attempts at seeking remedy. He was murdered while attempting to exercise visitation by a family member of the custodial parent. When visitation was granted to the parents of the deceased, the custodial parent moved to another state refusing to comply with the court order.

This rally was held in support of House Bill 1604, which would allow a judge to impose civil penalties for violating a court order that allows for visitation by the non-custodial parent. If visitation is denied the court may order a suspension of the custodial parent’s Illinois driver’s license until it is determined that visitation has been allowed. In addition to this, the court would also be able to suspend a parent’s professional license for up to six months. The court may also find that a party is guilty of a petty offense and order a fine of no more than $500.

This measure also provides that if a parent has previously been found in contempt by the court, the court may further incarcerate the offending parent for each day of denied visitation and require the offending party to post a $5,000 bond to assure visitation is allowed in the future.

1 comment:

  1. I have to commend Senator Delgado for his support in fighting Parental Alienation. He is a leader for taking charge in this issue.

    The issue that I see with any legislation involving interference with custody is that the laws a lot of time are not enforced. For example, take NH has RSA 633:4 Interference With Custody. Have you ever been a parent and gone to the police to only be told that they can’t enforce visitation even though there is a valid court order? This law is clear. It is a crime to interfere with visitation but law enforcement in NH as well as a lot of other states refuses to get involved.

    We need legislation to make it a misdemeanor crime for a law enforcement officer to not act when they receive a report of interference of custody and “mandating” that if probable cause exist that they “have” to make an arrest.

    Child neglect and abuse has a mandatory reporting and if certain people fail to make a report, it is a misdemeanor offense.

    169-C:29 Persons Required to Report.
    Any physician, surgeon, county medical examiner, psychiatrist, resident, intern, dentist, osteopath, optometrist, chiropractor, psychologist, therapist, registered nurse, hospital personnel (engaged in admission, examination, care and treatment of persons), Christian Science practitioner, teacher, school official, school nurse, school counselor, social worker, day care worker, any other child or foster care worker, law enforcement official, priest, minister, or rabbi or any other person having reason to suspect that a child has been abused or neglected shall report the same in accordance with this chapter.

    169-C:39 Penalty for Violation.
    Anyone who knowingly violates any provision of this subdivision shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

    Let’s make it a crime for law enforcement to not enforce visitation.