Parental Advocate Leon Koziol Releases Alarming Report to Judicial Conduct Commission

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After 23 years of success as a civil rights attorney, Leon R. Koziol, J.D., predicts increase in violence arising from litigant abuses in our courts.

Many of our followers have asked what really happened to Leon Koziol to cause his law license to be suspended after 23 years of successful litigation on behalf of civil rights victims. Over the years, we have dodged such questions due to “confidential” processes and the monitoring of critical positions and reform efforts featured here.

Well it’s time to tell the story, and this ordeal may shock you. It all began after he exposed corruption and abuses in matters of custody, child support and parental alienation. The details are now provided in a report submitted to the New York Commission on Judicial Conduct which is being made public today. Many victims of government abuse have sought representation but were necessarily turned away.

As the report explains, free speech retributions by employees and judges of New York’s court system have prevented Leon Koziol from resuming his private law practice. Followers of our work have gained valuable insights into the realities faced by parents and families when they enter our nation’s domestic relations courts. Two moms and one dad recently disclosed that such insights actually turned their cases around. This information is free, study it wisely. We hope that it can benefit you and groups everywhere for the sake of our children. Call us at (315) 796-4000.

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* Court arguments are set to occur in Albany, NY at the Third Department appeals court on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. regarding Mr. Koziol’s civil suit against the state.

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