Plaintiff’s lack of confidence in the Court’s ability and desire to protect his procedural and substantive rights to due process and equal protection was heightened by Defendant’s first appearance letter which released for the first time facts about documents collected by the El Paso County Child Support Enforcement Unit during the application process.
Also approved: amendments to the Rights of the Terminally Ill Act, authorizing withdrawal of life support by a surrogate decision maker; the Uniform Pretrial Detention Act, confining violent criminals before trial; the Uniform Non-probate Transfers on Death Act and amendments to Article VI of the Uniform Probate Code.
In the first document, you learned that I was a responsible father from the beginning of my separation from my family through divorce; you learned that my only son came to live with me for three years when his mother made that request; and you’ve also learned that for reasons other than the best interests of my son, El Paso County’s child support enforcement contractor, Policy Studies Inc., aggressively pursued me for child support for this period of time.
2. The ECJ also rejected the submissions by the UK government that Mrs Chen was not entitled to rely on …