Justice for Fulton Families “Edwards Watch” Case #1 – Rowles v. Rowles

Watchdogs Begin Edwards Watch Today with Rowles v. Rowles

With the goal of having at least one volunteer monitoring every one of Judge Belinda Edwards‘ hearings, Georgia Ethics Watchdogs and Justice for Fulton Families begins Edwards Watch today with the case of Rowles v. Rowles.

Robyn Rowles (left), William Perry (center) and other court victims, friends and family begin Justice for Fulton Families “Edwards Watch” with Rowles v. Rowles.

The hearing will be held at 185 Central Ave SW, 4th Floor Courtroom 4c, Atlanta at 9:30 am until at least 1 pm.

Despite disclosures made by the Rowles children of their father’s allegedly inappropriate sexual behavior, Judge Edwards limited the admissibility and her consideration of evidence of the father’s history of violence, abuse, multiple mental health diagnoses, and alcoholism. Judge Edwards did not deem this information as relevant when determining sole legal and physical custody of the children. Today, Judge Edwards will hear arguments from the father’s legal team as to why she should grant his motion to move out of state.

Yet Robyn, who has never been arrested, has no history of violence, has no mental health issues and does not suffer from alcoholism or a drug addiction, only sees her children every other Saturday for four hours of supervised visitation. A stranger sits in her home, watches her every move, and notes every word she speaks to her children for a report that is sent to the court after every visit. Judge Edwards allowed a determination of Parental Alienation Syndrome (which is no longer a syndrome after being debunked by the scientific community), to cause Robyn to lose custody of her children. Read more about Robyn’s case.

Coming later this week for Justice for Fulton Families:

Payback and Retaliation from a law firm? in the case of Dallow v Dallow – almost three years after Judge Bensonetta Lane vacated a motion by Joel’s Dallow’s ex-wife for Mr. Dallow to pay $46,000 in attorney’s fees, the law firm representing Mrs. Dallow filed a new motion to try to collect the fees plus interest.  Their filing comes 10 days after Mr. Dallow’s attorney, Amy McDougal spoke out about the injustices of the Dallow case at Justice for Fulton Families kick-off press briefing.  Is this the type of retaliation Ms. McDougal spoke of?  Stay tuned!

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