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petition_for_cert 09 04 07 WTspremecourt.pdf

petition_for_cert 09 04 07 WTspremecourt.pdf

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No. ____________ 
In TheSupreme Court of the United States
 
 __________ WENDY JANE TITELMAN,Petitioner,v.ANDREW CHARLES TITELMAN,Respondent.
 
 __________ 
 
On Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to theSupreme Court of Georgia __________ 
PETITION FOR A WRIT OF CERTIORARI
 __________ SHERRY A. QUIRK
Counsel of Record
Schiff Hardin LLP1666 K Street NW, Suite 300Washington, DC 20006(202) 778-6400CYNTHIA A. CHEATHAMParsons & Nichols101 W. Main StreetManchester, TN 37355(931) 728-1316
Counsel for Petitioner 
 
 
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QUESTIONS PRESENTED FOR REVIEW 
1. Does a court’s decision to sever all contactbetween a parent and her children for a period of fiveyears without notice and an opportunity to be heardviolate the Due Process clause of the Fourteenth and FifthAmendments?2. Does a state court’s custody decision thatdeprives a parent of all access to her children indefinitely,without a finding of unfitness by clear and convincingevidence, effectively terminate a party’s parental rights inviolation of the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments of theConstitution?3. Does the requirement by a lower court of aprohibitive monetary bond to be paid by an indigentparent as a prerequisite to being heard in court regardingvisitation rights to her children violate the FourteenthAmendment rights to procedural due process and equalprotection?4. Does a court violate the First, Fifth andFourteenth Amendments when it deprives a parent ofcustody, visitation, or contact with her children for takingreasonable action based upon a belief, supported by facts,that her children need protection from abuse?

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Take this off of here. Did you ever think about how old these girls are now? They probably don't want their names all over the internet. Be respectful.
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