Sunday, August 19, 2007

Jeffrey Golin Announces Legal Defense Fund

>"We are finally starting to roll on our legal fund for Nancy Golin's civil rights suit. We have already raised $5,000 each from two donors for a total of $10,000 and we are trying for a goal of $50,000. Mr. Beauvais has agreed to help us win if we can merely cover his litigation costs. Mr. Beauvais, a noted civil rights attorney, is up to speed on this case, and he wins cases! If anyone wishes to charitably donate to help us reach our goal they may do so by sending their checks directly to him, at the address below:

>Mr. David J. Beauvais, Esq.
1904 Franklin St.
Oakland, CA 94612
Tel: (510) 832-3605

>Make sure your check purpose is identified for the FreeNancy legal fund. Call Mr. Beauvais at the phone number listed for details.

>Mr. Beauvais' bio was published last year in the Berkeley Planet, found online at:
http://www.berkeleydailyplanet.com/text/article.cfm?archiveDate=04-28-06&storyID=24001
They may also obtain more information from noted New York family attorney Gerard W. Wallace of Albany Law School who has been supporting this case pro bono for two years, at the following numbers: (518) 445-3266 (W), (845) 594-6378.

>For a short summary of legal information about this case, see the attached Executive Summary, or visit our FreeNancy web site:

>http:\\www.freenancy.com

>If someone cannot contribute but still wants to express their support for Nancy by attending the next crucial court hearing scheduled on August 24, 2007, at 9am at the Santa Clara County Courthouse, 191 N. First St., San Jose, CA 95113, tentatively scheduled in Department 10. All of the judges in Santa Clara County have recused themselves from this case! They have brought in a retired judge Thomas J. Breen from Hollister to hear this case, which we think should be moved somewhere else because of the influence of these public officials cited for misconduct in this case, so we need to keep an eye on this proceeding to make sure it is fair and impartial.

>Please circulate this notice to all parents and other interested parties"

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