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Lionel Murphy: The public scandal that brought down a very powerful judge in Australia

A very powerful judge having ties to the government of Australia has been pulled into a scandal. After being convicted and thereafter acquitted of misusing the power of his office to assist his “small mate” who is an attorney having a clientele of organized crimes.

Hidden tapes of the phone calls and parliament launches made by the judge were released which prompted an investigation to ascertain if he can be removed from office or dies afterward.

This is not a recent Netflix blockbuster. Instead, it’s an Australian fact that occurred in 1980.

A classified report from the inquiry into the high court justice’s conduct and the previous labor attorney general Lionel Murphy will become available by Thursday.

About the man

Lionel Murphy, a well-known Labor personality available at the time of one of the extremely violent periods in the politics of Australia.

During the tenure as the Whitlam government’s attorney-general, his reputation is being dwindled to either be a legislative visionary or a careless firebrand.

As the chief legislative officer of the country, he started the procedure of eradicating the death penalty, develop a domestic court, and file a lawsuit against the French government at the International Court of Justice … Read More

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By Attorney Ashley Balicki

I wanted to give you some guidance and general advice to co-parent through this new and confusing period. Call Divorce Matters in Denver, CO

  1. Decision-Making: If you, a member of your household, or your child are diagnosed with COVID-19 immediately advise the other parent. Do not hide this information. Communicate with your child(ren)’s parent and agree on uniform practices in both households. For example, parents should confer with one another and agree upon uniform practices with the child(ren) in each household such as not having play dates or having children visit others outside outdoor activities at each home and communicating with extended family members via telephone/FaceTime. If you must convey information or diagnoses to your child that may alarm or upset your child, speak with the other parent to create a joint message before speaking with the child.
  2. Parenting Time: Use common sense, if a member of your household is known to have had contact with an infected person or the children were known to be infected in one household, communicate this to the other parent. Agree on where the children will remain during this time if it no longer makes sense to abide by the court ordered parenting time
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