Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania: Federal Suit Alleges ‘Targeted Harassment’ By Chester Co. Judge

November 23, 2019 // 0 Comments

The woman’s suit alleges a Chester Co. judge “maliciously incited public hatred” towards her, and is stopping her from seeing her mother. By Justin Heinze, Patch Staff CHESTER COUNTY, PA — A local woman has filed suit in federal court against a Chester County judge whom she claims has “targeted and harassed” her and stopped her from seeing her mother. A petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus, filed by Mary Bush on Sept. 24 in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, [- more...]

Pennsylvania: Federal Judge Denies Plea to Release Mom from Guardianship

November 23, 2019 // 0 Comments

By Juliette Fairley The elder Ms. Bush resides in a care center where the Plaintiff Daughter says she is only allowed one paid visit per month for one hour. “This legal form of kidnapping is happening in communities across the country, in many cases with little or no recourse available.” Ms. Bush has appealed Judge Savage’s decision to dismiss and the case is currently pending before the Third Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in Philadelphia. A federal judge in Pennsylvania has denied a [- more...]

Pennsylvania: Daughter names Pennsylvania judge in federal suit over elderly mom’s guardianship

November 22, 2019 // 0 Comments

 Federal Judge Timothy Savage further explained in his ruling that even legal or factual error, personal malice or the performance of an act in excess of jurisdiction will not remove the Honorable Judge Platt’s cloak of judicial immunity. PENNSYLVANIA – A Pennsylvania woman is alleging she was targeted and harassed for some ten years by a Judge who reportedly conscripted her aging mother to be a Ward of the State under guardianship. The Plaintiff Daughter Mary Bush named the Chester [- more...]

Pennsylvania: Courts Recommend Curbs on Seniors’ Constitutional Rights

May 19, 2019 // 0 Comments

This report has been sent to AAAPG by an anonymous resident of Pennsylvania, disturbed by the erosion of seniors’ constitutional rights. We think it deserves everyone’s attention. ~Admin   Pennsylvania Courts Recommend Curbs on Seniors’ Constitutional Rights On January 29, 2019, the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts issued a news release entitled “Pa Supreme Court Advisory Council Releases Progress Report on Elder Abuse and Guardianship Issues.”  The news [- more...]

Pennsylvania: the tragic case of mentally-competent Betty Winstanley

April 9, 2017 // 0 Comments

by Sharyl Attkisson/FullMeasure.news 04/09/2017 — Sharyl: Court-appointed guardianships for incapacitated adults can do a tremendous service protecting their assets, fielding family feuds, and making difficult decisions. But some elderly feel victimized by the very system tasked with protecting them. One estimate in 2013 found 1.5 million adults were under court-ordered guardianships controlling $273 billion in personal assets. Complaints appear to be growing but it’s impossible to know [- more...]
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