This book is about the Michigan Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), the Michigan Child Protection Law (CPL), the judges of Michigan's Court of Appeals (COA) and 7th Circuit Court, and officials at Davison Community Schools (DCS). The legal question raised and answered in this book is: Does a person who is accused of suspected child abuse by a public school official in a Child Protective Services Referral Report, that they send to the Michigan Department of Human Services (DHS) for investigation, have a legal right to know the information in that report? When my FOIA request for such information was denied by Davison Community School officials, I filed a lawsuit in the 7th Circuit Court of Genesee County. I acted as my own attorney, In Pro Per, throughout the litigation. I will present the case facts, analyze the legal proceedings, and then examine the psychology motivating the judges and school officials. The judges involved in this case are: Judge Henry William Saad, Michigan COA, District II Judge Deborah A. Servitto, Michigan COA District II Judge Douglas B. Shapiro, Michigan COA District II Judge Joseph J. Farah, 7th Circuit Court for Genesee County The Davison Community School officials are: Board of Education: Ms. Kathleen Sudia, President, Ms. Carol Dowsett, Vice President, Ms. Karen Conover, Secretary, Mr. Mark McGlashen, Treasurer, Mr. Dale Green, Trustee, Mr. Kim Lindsay, Trustee, and Mr. Larry Finkbeiner, Trustee. DCS Superintendent: Clay Perkins. Except for Superintendent Perkins, all of the above named people are elected officials. They have been given a public trust by the citizens of Michigan. It is the civic duty of Michigan voters to decide if these public officials acted properly; or if they acted dishonestly and betrayed that public trust.
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Book Description David E. Bloch, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: Fine. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000800667