Information to post on Unethical NH Attorneys, Guardian Ad Litems, Marital Masters, Judges or any other persons involved in "Judicial Child Abuse" or "Judicial Child Neglect." Please email details to nh.unethical.attorney@gmail.com. We will not post your identity or give out your personal information.

Message Board:

We need to keep the pressure on the NH Family Courts by educating the public about the numerous injustices occurring. Please feel free to send us your information for posting. I have not had any recent dealings with the court system so I do not have current information to post. The best way to deal with these unethical judges, guardian ad litems and lawyers is to post as much on them as you can so that people do not want to do business with them. I have personally known judges that have their own practices as most judges are attorneys first. Hit these people where it counts. Their wallets. Starve them out and cut off their funds. When people do not want to use their services, they will have to change their evil ways or be unemployed.

Saturday, May 26, 2012

What Happened To The Courthouse Forum?

One of our readers pointed out that the site Courthouse Forum has disappeared.  Does anyone know what happened to the site? 

Here is a description of the missing website site from http://societism.org/research/action-items/ratings/rate-judges-and-courts.  
Courthouse Forum
Courthouse Forum provides a unique and comprehensive platform for the open and candid evaluation and discussion of cases, courts, the judiciary, and legal issues. You can also participate by completing a judicial survey and providing your comments and opinions. Participation in the forums and surveys is FREE, and no log in or registration is required. Participation may be anonymous.

Courthouse Forum has a judge directory and court directory for each state and federal judiciary, discussion forums for courts and judges, judicial performance evaluation surveys to rate judges, worst judge voting, forums for legal questions, law and legal resources, legal news, judicial misconduct and judicial complaint information, court maps, and more.

Visitors can vote for the judges they consider to be the worst judges, by going to the Judge Directories or the judge's page in the forum. Voting will continue throughout the year. Visitors are allowed one vote per session.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

State Rep. George Lambert Authorizes four Subpoenas of N.H. Judges Who may Be Involved in Conspiracy

Sunday, March 4, 2012

State Rep. George Lambert Authorizes four Subpoenas of N.H. Judges Who may Be Involved in Conspiracy

N.H. State Rep. George Lambert, Brad Jardis, and Jason Talley are defenders of freedom, advocates of liberty, and strict constructionists of the Constitution.

Please watch this very important video wherein Jardis and Lambert breathe life into the subpoenas of 4 N.H. Judges who may be complicit in fraud and conspiracy to deprive a citizen of his liberty.

Joshua Youssef Takes on Tracy Bernson, Nancy Geiger, and the N.H. Family Court

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Pt.2 - Joshua Youssef Takes on Tracy Bernson, Nancy Geiger, and the N.H. Family Court

As many of you recall, On Feb. 2, 2012, Joshua Youssef testified before the Redress of Grievance Committee at the N.H. House of Representatives regarding the destruction that was leveled upon his family when the N.H. Family Court ripped his son from him 13 months prior - with no findings of abuse or neglect!

In this second hearing installment, Mr. Youssef takes on several more tough legal and procedural issues that cut right to the heart of the corruption in the N.H. Family Court and N.H. Judiciary in General - specifically:

   1) how former guardian ad litem Tracy Bernson filed a false police report, and through her attorney has attempted to improperly influence 2 judges that have been involved in the Youssef matter - a Class-B felony under N.H. RSA :3

   2) How N.H. Circuit Court Administrative Judge Edwin Kelly contradicted himself by saying he cannot adjudicate Youssef's grievances and that "appeal" is the only procedural remedy - but then he signed 2 orders granting recusal of the incompetent, corrupt, feminist Marital Master Nancy J. Geiger and changing the case venue

   3) How Youssef's May 20th, 2011 parenting plan was not ordered in accordance with N.H. RSA 490-D:9, and thus, should not be enforceable; and how the court "apologized" to Mr. Youssef basically asking Youssef to "cut them some slack." (quotations added)

   4) How Pt.2, Article 73-a of the N.H. Constitution has created a self-regulating judiciary that is not subject to government of, by, and for the people, and thus is a hotbed of corruption, as is evidenced by N.H. Family Court Rule 1.2, N.H. Supreme Court Rule 3(9), et. al.

   5) How N.H. House of Representatives Lawyer Edward C. Mosca's utilized his position as house counsel to "bully" Mr. Youssef from appearing at the Legislature, and how there is a very serious conflict of interest by allowing House Counsel to conduct a private law practice.

You will note that Youssef uses copious documentation to support his claims. Every single one of the questions asked of Mr. Youssef were addressed with law and fact and Youssef has indicated that he is available for comment.

It is amazing the lengths that public officials will go to in order to cover up their corruption!

The Boston Globe called on the legislature and the Governor to convene a Shared Parenting Task Force (From the website of Fathers and Families)

Write The Boston GlobeIn an editorial this week, The Boston Globe called on the legislature and the Governor to convene a Shared Parenting Task Force. This could prove to be a breakthrough on shared parenting in Massachusetts, and then, like marriage equality, in the rest of the country. It is the first time The Boston Globe has taken a stand on a Task Force for shared parenting. The Boston Globe said there is “a genuine need to examine the workings of family courts,” Also, “It’s time to break the contentious impasse [on this issue].”

This editorial will increase the pressure that Fathers and Families has been bringing behind the scenes for the Legislature to act. The Globe’s editorial is a direct result of YOUR past activism and support, as well as the activism of some who are outside of Fathers and Families

It is time to keep up the pressure! We want you to do two things:
  1. For everyone: Show the Globe that a lot of people care deeply about this issue. Write a letter to the editor of The Boston Globe agreeing with their call for a Shared Parenting Task Force. Keep your letter to 200 to 250 words. Tell The Boston Globe how important shared parenting is for children and the need for genuine reform in our family courts. Women in particular should take this action. Now is the time to push this issue to the front burner.

    Keep your comments positive. Do not criticize the Globe for not writing the perfect editorial. Write from the heart, and tell them BRIEFLY what your experience has been. Some additional themes are suggested below. Do not get off track with other subjects, such as child support or feminism, etc.

  2. For Massachusetts residents only: Here is the second thing you need to do. Contact your Representative and Senator on Beacon Hill (not Washington, DC) and tell them you agree with The Boston Globe’s call for a Shared Parenting Task Force. Ask your Senator and Representative to encourage the Judiciary Committee’s Chairs, Senator Cynthia Stone Creem and Representative Eugene L. O’Flaherty, to appoint a Shared Parenting Task Force. The voters of Massachusetts are looking to them for their leadership.

    Again, keep it brief, positive, upbeat, and free of sarcasm, bitterness or anger. Speak from the heart, and tell them your experience. You will probably be connected to a Legislative Aide rather than the elected official. That is standard practice, not a brushoff, so do talk to the Aide. Email us and let us know what they said.

    Find your senator's and representative's telephone number and email address.
When you write the Globe and contact your legislator, here are points you can choose from to make. Remember to include information about your children.
  • Fathers and Families agrees with The Boston Globe editorial seeking a task force to review custody laws.
  • This is an ideal opportunity for Massachusetts to lead in developing true, working, shared parenting legislation.
  • It would also be a major breakthrough for gender equality in the family courts in America.
  • Through a 2004 ballot initiative, over 86% of Massachusetts voters have already stated they want shared parenting.
  • Anything less than shared parenting penalizes innocent children and separates children from loving fathers, grandparents, and other relatives.
  • Your name and your town, so they know where you vote.
Our children need us to act NOW.

Ned Holstein, MD, MS
Founder and Chair of the Board

Nicholas Haas-Redress of Grievance Hearing TOMORROW!!!

Nicholas Haas-Redress of Grievance Hearing TOMORROW!!!

Public Hearing to be held tomorrow morning, March 22nd 2012 at 10am in the Legislative Office Building.  Room 303.  The building is located right behind the New Hampshire State House in Concord.

This Grievance is in regards to perjury, bias, parental alienation, GAL bias and collusion, judicial abuse and false imprisonment.

Children do best with both parents equally as the LAW STATES in RSA 461.

My husband, Nicholas, has not been allowed contact with his two daughters since September 26th 2009.  A mistake on an order made by a court, unwilling to fix their mistakes, caused my husband to be falsely incarcerated and has caused severe emotional and financial distress on our family.

We have made our case public.  We have reached out to the community and to those with power to help us (ex: Administrative Court Judge Edwin Kelly) and no one has fixed the mistakes made by the court causing the pain and suffering our family has endured.

With so much evidence and no where else to turn, we are going forward with our Redress Petition Hearing tomorrow morning.

Maybe the Legislative Branch will have something to say about innocent families being abused for WANTING TO SEE THEIR CHILDREN!!!!!

Please feel free to attend our Redress Hearing.

Samantha Haas
Hooksett NH

Thursday, February 23, 2012

NH Attorney Lenora Boehm Receives Six Month Suspension - From The Professional Conduct Committee After Kimberly Frederickson Files Complaint - From The Website Of The NH Bar Association

Bar News - March 19, 2010 (Click Here To Go To NH Bar Website And View Original Article)NH Supreme Court Professional Conduct Committee

Boehm, Lenora E. advs. Kimberly Frederickson # 08-055
Summary of Six Month Suspension
With Three Months Stayed with Conditions For Two Years
(effective April 1, 2010)

On January 19, 2010, the Professional Conduct Committee deliberated this complaint against Lenora F. Boehm, Esquire, and issued a six month suspension with three months stayed for two years, with the stayed three months not to be imposed if the Respondent meets certain conditions during that two year period. The parties stipulated to the facts, and rule violations of Rule 8.1(b): Failure to Cooperate, and 8.4(a): Misconduct. The parties also stipulated that Ms. Boehm would pay all costs of the investigation and prosecution of this matter.

Kimberly Frederickson filed a complaint with the Attorney Discipline Office (ADO) against Ms. Boehm, alleging misconduct stemming from Ms. Boehm’s representation of her ex-husband. The matter was docketed and Ms. Boehm was asked to respond to a letter dated December 11, 2008, from the ADO, to which Ms. Boehm did not respond. The ADO sent a second letter on January 13, 2009, and the Complaint Screening Committee sent a third letter on February 13, 2009, informing her that the complaint was being referred to Disciplinary Counsel for further action on both the failure to respond to a disciplinary authority and on the merits of the complaint. Ms. Boehm took no action until she filed her answer on July 13, 2009.

Ms. Boehm’s failure to respond to the ADO’s correspondence represents a knowing failure to respond to a lawful demand for information from a disciplinary authority, a violation of N.H. Supreme Court Rule 37A(II)(a)(5)(C). In view of the seriousness of Ms. Boehm’s misconduct and her prior recent and lengthy disciplinary record, it is the Committee’s view that the public can be protected, public confidence in the Bar can be maintained, and the integrity of the legal profession can be preserved only through Ms. Boehm’s suspension with conditions.

This matter is of public record, and available for inspection at the New Hampshire Supreme Court Attorney Discipline Office, 4 Chenell Drive, Suite 102, Concord, New Hampshire 03301.

NH Professional Conduct Committee Finds Attorney Lenora E. Boehm Violated Her Obligations To Communicate Properly With Her Client – From The Website Of The NH Bar

Bar News - September 5, 2008 (Click Here To Go To NH Bar Post)NH Supreme Court Professional Conduct Committee
The New Hampshire Supreme Court Professional Conduct Committee deliberated the matter of
  Ms. Boehm negligently violated her obligations to communicate properly with her client.Ms. Boehm’s negligence caused her client to suffer needless anxiety.

Ms. Boehm was retained by Robin Marble on or about August 22, 2006, to represent her in a divorce. Ms. Marble paid Ms. Boehm a $3,000 retainer on or about August 22, 2006. Ms. Boehm filed an appearance on or about September 7, 2006. Ms. Marble met with Ms. Boehm on October 23, 2006. Following that meeting, Ms. Marble made numerous phone calls to Ms. Boehm. Ms. Boehm did not return any of Ms. Marble’s telephone calls, or otherwise communicate directly with Ms. Marble. Ms. Boehm did not respond to Ms. Marble’s emails in January, 2007 through April, 2007. Ms. Boehm did not respond to Ms. Marble’s request for a full refund of her retainer, to her request for a refund of the balance of funds, or to a request for an itemized bill for legal services. On or about March 14, 2007, Ms. Marble retained subsequent counsel. Subsequent counsel filed an appearance on March 26, 2007. Ms. Boehm filed her withdrawal on or about the same time.

The Committee determined that the following findings are supported by clear and convincing evidence in the record, and accepts the Stipulation as to the facts that:
The Committee found that there was clear and convincing evidence, and accepts the Stipulation as to the Rule violations that Lenora E. Boehm violated the following Rules of Professional Conduct: 1.4; 8.1(b), and 8.4(a).
Ms. Boehm was issued a Public Censure with Mandatory Diversion, and assessed all costs associated with the investigation and prosecution of this matter. The mandatory diversion component of the sanction requires Ms. Boehm to undergo an office management audit and comply with all recommendations of the auditor.

This matter is public record, and available for inspection at the New Hampshire Supreme Court Attorney Discipline Office, 4 Chenell Drive, Suite 102, Concord, New Hampshire 03301.

August 25, 2008
Boehm, Lenora E. advs. Robin Marble #07-018, and issued a Public Censure with Mandatory Diversion on July 21, 2008.

Boehm, Lenora E. advs.
Robin Marble #07-018


NH Guardian Ad Litem Board Finds That Attorney And GAL Lenora Bohem Violated GAL Rules – Six Month Suspension Issued

Our blog received an email that NH Attorney and Guardian Ad Litem Lenora Bohem was suspended by the GAL Board for misconduct.  In looking into the matter we found the following which is an excerpt from the GAL report.  The whole report can be viewed by clicking on Boehm-Lenora-sept2010. 

The Board has found that Ms. Boehm has violated Gal 503.16 (a) by failing to disclose disciplinary actions imposed by the NH Supreme Court’s Professional Conduct Committee in her application and supporting affidavit.