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Court Dates


These are Court Dates of people who need every possible form of help in order to preserve their families and get thei children back if they have been taken away from them. Please come to court in their support. Not only the Moral and Psychological support of your presence is very valuable, but we find that Judges tend to be less abusive when they realize that parents are not alone.


Week of 10/6/08:

Tuesday 10/7/08: 9:30am. Queens Family Court, 4th Floor,
Father (Dominican Republic): Enoc Martinez

Tuesday 10/7/08: 2:30pm. Queens Family Court, 2nd Floor, Part 1. Judge Marybeth Richroath
Mother (Guyana): Vanessa James. Father (African American, Moslem): Marvin James


Week of 9/29/08:

Thursday 10/2/08: 9:15am. Queens Family Court, 3rd Floor, Part 12, Judge Linda Tally
Mother (Mexico): Sofronia Perez

Thursday 10/2/08: 9:30am. Queens Family Court, 2nd floor, Part 46, Judge Margaret McGowan
Mother (African American): Beatrice Hudgins

Friday 10/3/08: 9:30am. Manhatan Family Court, 9th Floor, Part 6. Judge Rhoda Cohen
Father (African American): Darryl Brown


Week of 9/22/08:

Monday 9/22/08: 2:30pm. Manhattan Family Court, 9th Floor, Part 6. Judge Rhoda Cohen
Father (African-American): Darryl Brown

Tuesday 9/23/08: 12:00pm. Queens Family Court, 2nd floor, Part 26
Mother (Peru): Wendy Coraquillo

Tuesday 9/23/08: 2:30pm. Queens Family Court, 3rd floor, Part 12, Judge Linda Tally
Mother (Jamaica): Sandra Allen

Thursday 9/25/08: 9:30am. Manhattan Family Court, 8th Floor, Part 10. Judge Jody Adams
Mother (US born Moslem of Pakistani Parents): Sobia Qureshi

Friday 9/26/08: 2:30pm. Queens Family Court, 2nd Floor, Part 1. Judge Marybeth Richroath
Mother (Guyana): Vanessa James. Father (African American, Moslem): Marvin James


Week of 9/15/08:

Monday 9/15/08: 2:30pm. Queens Family Court, 2nd Floor, Part 6. Judge Carol R. Sherman.
Mother (Ecuador): Maria Iñamagua

Tuesday 9/16/08: 3:00pm. Brooklyn Family Court, 8th Floor, Part 48. Court Attorney Referee Carol J. Goldstein.
Mother (African American): Yolanda St. Juste


Tuesday 9/16/08: 3:00pm. Queens Family Court, 2nd Floor, Part 11. Judge Edwina G. Richardson-Mendelson.
Mother (Dominican Republic): Doris Baez. Father (Ecuador): Bolivar Moreira.


Wednesday 9/17/08: 9:00am. Queens Criminal Court, Part AP5 (Elevator to Level G, Basement). 125-01 Queens Blvd, Kew Gardens, NY 11415 (trains E or F to Union Turnpike-Kew Gardens)
Mother (Ecuador): Maria Iñamagua

Thursday 9/18/08: 2:30pm. Manhattan Family Court, 9th Floor, Part 6. Judge Rhoda Cohen.
Father (African American): Darryl Brown.

Remember all New York State Courts are open to the public as ordered by Chief New York State Judge Judy Kay.

The best strategy is to come at least 15 minutes before the set court date and talk to the parents and learn from them as to the ways you can help. If you are not an attorney (they are allowed to enter and leave the courtroom at any time), the time to enter the courtroom is together with the parents, when their case is called and they enter the courtroom. Please turn off (or put them on vibrate) your cell phones before entering the courtroom.

Remember that the Judge has total control of the courtroom procedings, and if there are disruptions, he/she can have that person removed from the courtroom, or sent to jail, or even to a Psychiatric Ward. So please use your best judgement. We have also noticed that appearance matters, so we recommend to dress as conservative as possible, preferable with a suit, dressed as an attorney.

Please Join Us. Together we will Level the Field.

Each of the 5 Boroughs of New York City has a Family Court:

Queens Family Court (Queens County)

151-20 Jamaica Ave. Jamaica, NY 11432, across from the Rufus King Park.

E train to Jamaica Center or F train to Parsons Blvd.

 

Manhattan Family Court (New York County)

60 Lafayette, New York, NY 10013, in downtown Manhattan.

4 or 5 train to the Brooklyn Bridge Station; the C, N, R, W, Q, 6 train to Canal Street; the 1 train to Franklin Street.

 

Brooklyn Family Court (Kings County)

330 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201, in downtown Brooklyn.

R or M train to the Lawrence Street Station; the G train to the Hoyt Street & Schermerhorn Street Station; the A, F or C train to the Jay Street Station; the 2, 3, 4 or 5 train to the Borough Hall Station.

 

Bronx Family Court (Bronx County)

900 Sheridan Ave, Bronx 10451; corner of 161 Street (near Yankee Stadium)

B, D, or 4 trains to the 161st Street-Yankee Stadium station; or the #1, 2, 6, or 32 buses; we are just a short walk from the "House That Ruth Built" Yankee Stadium.

 

Staten Island Family Court (Richmond County)

100 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island 10301; two blocks west of St. George Terminal.

Staten Island Rapid Transit or any City bus to the St. George Terminal. From Manhattan, take the Ferry from the South Ferry Station to the St. George Terminal.

 


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