Are Family Courts in Hawaii Anti-Children?


Wailuku, MAUI – At 8:00am on Monday, November 22, 2010, domestic violence survivor, Maria Styke-Marquez, will be walking into Judge Keith Tanaka’s Second Circuit courtroom where, according to documents filed by the perpetrator’s attorney, Mimi DeJardins, the judge will grant her abuser’s request to permanently relocate to Minnesota with the former couple’s 2 1/2 year-old daughter, removing her not only from the island of her birth, but from access to her mother.

More Information: http://rightsformothers.com/2010/11/21/hawaiian-mother-faces-abuser-tomorrow-in-his-quest-to-remove-daughter-from-the-state/

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