The Fourth Branch with Debbie Carroll: Wayne County Family Court, Thursday, April 20, 2017, at 6-8 p.m. Pacific, 7-9 p.m. Mountain, 8-10 p.m. Central, and 9-11 p.m. Eastern. Pre-recording of a pre-recording and worth listening to. Show is recorded for three hours.
In Indiana, families have been complaining about the biased decisions and unlimited power of a specific guardian-ad-litem since 2009, to no avail. After numerous complaints were lodged against Barbara Mahle, the Wayne County Indiana court’s “go-to” GAL, Leslie Dunn, the State Director of GAL/CASA, wrote the following to Wayne County’s Chief Judge, Gregory Horn, “…the complaints allege that Ms. Mahle abuses her power and position, purports to be empowered by the court to actually decide the case, and purports to have special position of influence with the judge in the case…Barb Mayle is rude, harsh, disrespectful, threatening, not objective, and vindictive…”
After the county commissioners were advised of this letter, they attempted to put an investigation into place, but all attempts to investigate the GAL failed. Five years have passed and, according to Eldon Smith, our guest this week, this guardian-ad-litem continues to terrorize families.
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