The complainant alleged that the judges involved in her trial should be penalised for their actions and corruptness in breaking the law, and that she was in disagreement with some of the decisions made by the judges in her family matter.

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The complainant alleged that the judges involved in her trial should be penalised for their actions and corruptness in breaking the law, and that she was in disagreement with some of the decisions made by the judges in her family matter. Her correspondence made it evident that she felt frustrated and was unhappy with the outcome of her case.

As noted in previous responses to other complaints she had filed concerning related issues, the Council reminded her that it is not a court and cannot intervene in the court process. Where the correctness of a judge’s decisions are questioned, including decisions relating to access of children, custody, care and child support, those questions should be raised before the courts, by means of an appeal. The matter was closed.

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