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Katherine Hine will be calling in, so if you would like to talk with her, call! Katherine Hine is an advocate for the rights of psychiatric patients and is currently involved in the forced drugging/involuntary confinement case of John Rohrer pending in the Ohio Supreme Court: [www.supremecourt.ohio.gov/Clerk/ecms/resultsbycasenumber.asp?type=3&year=2014&number=0268&myPage=searchbycasenumber.asp+]
She is an inactive attorney who does not practice law. From 1977 until 2009 she practiced law in Ohio and Oklahoma representing battered women, parents of children abused by the other parent in custody cases, foster parents, citizens charged with petty crime, citizen groups seeking to bring accountability to local government, and others. She had a solo practice representing clients in criminal, juvenile, municipal, trial, and appellate courts. She maintains a particular interest in federal and state constitutional law and how those principles, can be used to combat the growing loss of freedoms Americans are suffering today. She has been involved with the Ross County Network for Children, as a board member since 1996, and as its Executive Director since 2005. [http://networkforchildren.wordpress.com/be-a-volunteer/]
In 1999, Hine authored the article: Retaliation Against ProfesionalsWho Report Child Abuse, a chapter in the anthology titled “Expose: the Failure of Family Courts to Protect Children from Abuse in Custody Disputes”. In 1994 she was a candidate for district court judge in a five county race in the 15th Judicial District of Oklahoma. The same year she organized the Oklahoma organization, Stop Child Abuse Now. Her law degree is from the University of Toledo in 1976, and she has studied and taught in the law school of Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand.
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