OFFICE OF LEON R. KOZIOL, J.D.
1518 Genesee Street
Utica, New York 13502
TO: ALL MEDIA AND INTERESTED PARTIES
DATE: November 17, 2010
FROM: CIVIL RIGHTS ADVOCATE LEON R. KOZIOL
RE: FEDERAL COURT CIVIL RIGHTS LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST NYS CHIEF JUSTICE , STATE COURT SYSTEM AND OTHERS CHALLENGING PARENTING LAWS AND LIBERTY DEPRIVATIONS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
In what may be described as the most sweeping challenge to date upon our nation’s draconian child control laws surrounding Title IV-D of the Social Security Act, New York Civil Rights Advocate Leon R. Koziol, J.D. has filed a comprehensive test case in United States District Court in Albany, New York. Named in the action are judicial and law enforcement officials, including New York’s Chief Justice and Unified Court System. The lawsuit, served upon select parties this week, takes aim at “custody” and “child support” laws which alienate children from their parents as part of a government money generating scheme. A 39 page, 24 count civil complaint sets forth the manner in which lawyers and forensic agents feed off of manufactured controversies in domestic relations courts to harm parent-child relations and the financial stability of mainstream households. According to Koziol, it is a process which is harming the productivity of an entire nation.
Until his public stance against the legal profession in recent years, Mr. Koziol enjoyed an unblemished 23 year career as a constitutional rights attorney. His accomplishments include six figure jury verdicts on behalf of race, gender and free speech victims. In 2004, he secured a final judgment in New York Supreme Court declaring unconstitutional the operation of the largest casino in that state. He has appeared on the CBS Program “60 Minutes”, New York Times and CNN, among other national mediums. The current action provides a startling look at the manner in which government actors are suppressing free speech, due process and the People’s liberty interests in childrearing. Mr. Koziol is seeking similar victims of courtroom abuses to join this action and transform it to class action status. Support is needed behind his sacrificial cause on behalf of “parents similarly situated”. As the holiday season approaches, Mr. Koziol hopes to target family preservation issues and the scheduling of a national parenting rights convention.
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Parental Rights Advocate to Speak at Washington, DC Family Event
Utica, NY, July 16, 2010 – Parental rights advocate, Leon R. Koziol, J.D, who had previously appeared in 2008 at a similar event, was asked by the organizers of this year’s 4th Annual Family Preservation Festival to be a featured guest speaker.
Leon Koziol, who has practiced civil rights for the past 23 years, found himself victim to the same laws he has been challenging. In February, 2010, Mr. Koziol took a sacrificial stance against parental abuse in domestic relations courts. After criticizing a money generating process which needlessly harms parent-child relations, he was subjected to retaliatory suspension of his professional license. For nearly ten months he was denied all meaningful contact with his two children without any allegation or evidence of neglect, abuse or abandonment. On May 23, 2010, he was reunited with his precious daughters after a state court threw out a petition by the so-called “custodial parent” containing false allegations after a hearing. Four years of needless court battles damaged his income producing capacities needed to benefit his children.
This year’s event is scheduled to take place July 22 – 25, 2010, in Washington, DC. According to the organizer’s Internet website, the primary mission of the 2010 Family Preservation Festival is to educate and invoke change in the Family Courts and Government Agencies throughout America that interfere with our ability to parent our own children.
See schedule of events and additional information (Click Here).
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