Georgia Ethics Watchdogs is hosting this town hall meeting as a result of the outpouring of requests for help from across the state relating to potential family court corruption, or widespread judicial incompetency. This town hall will give you the opportunity to tell your story, which will help us identify common problems from around the state. It will be followed by the Georgia Family Court Citizen Reform Summit, where we will seek solutions to the
Fox 5 Atlanta’s Aungelique Proctor covered Justice for Fulton Families’ press briefing… see her story here.
“Watchdogs” director William Perry said a recent campaign aimed at alleged “corruption” in the Fulton County Family Court will send volunteers to monitor Judge Belinda Edwards over her rulings in a child custody battle, among other cases. Read more….
Judge Belinda Edwards needs to be watched… and we plan to do just that! Join us for the kick-off of “Edwards Watch” – a volunteer effort to monitor Judge Edwards’ court. When: Thursday, May 3, 2018 at 12 Noon Where: Fulton County Government, 141 Pryor Street SW, Atlanta, GA 30303 – main entrance Who: Justice for Fulton Families – William Perry, Georgia Ethics Watchdogs will be joined by families seeking justice. Why: To shine a light as bright
WATCHDOG CALLS FOR POTENTIAL CORRUPTION INVESTIGATION IN FULTON COUNTY FAMILY COURT I have struggled to get media attention on very shocking cases I’ve been approached with for years, and today I’m holding what I consider to be the most important press briefing of my career! Since I began my work as an ethics/political watchdog with Common Cause Georgia in 2010, and continuing that work with my own organization, Georgia Ethics Watchdogs, I have been approached