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Denied Due Process

August 25, 2008 in Nevada, termination of parental rights

Hello from Washoe County, Nevada,
My parental rights were terminated without due process April 12, 2005 by a corrupted System here. I joined several Internet AFRA groups and have not been able to get any help.

I filed an appeal in Carson City, Nevada Supreme Court and was not able to argue my case in front of a judge. I had to pay $700.00 to have my appeal just sit on someone’s desk for one-year. I filed it as Sui Juris and I was denied a hearing or anything.

My 3 boys were taken from me on September 10th, 2004 and there were no investigations or appeals process offered. My boys’ maternal grandmother was denied guardianship (placement), they were placed in a shelter then papers were filed for TPR. Visitations were not allowed as often as they should have been.

My oldest son has a traumatic brain injury from a 1996 car accident. My husband and I had public defenders that were assigned and they would not help us get the 3 boys back home. My boys are now ages 17, 11, and 8. Is there anyone willing to come to Reno, NV, to help?

Cindy in Reno, NV

Order: Sui Juris

April 12, 2007 in foster care, Oregon

Will and Pamela Gaston are well respected for the work they have done over the years in the fight for parental rights. Sadly, Pamela past away several years ago, leaving Wilbur (better known as brother Will) to fight the battle alone.

Recently, it was discovered that their website "A Voice for Children," is MIA and all efforts to contact Will have been unresponsive. I have sent off a letter to Will requesting more information about ordering his book and inquiring about his downed website. I’ll let you know when I hear back from him.

A gentleman in Colorado who had ordered their insightful book, "Sui Juris – The Truth in the Record," contacted me because he had not received the book he ordered, to see if I had any information on how to contact Will.

I was informed on Saturday, April 7th, 2007 that the book had finally arrived as ordered (on March 5th to his PO Box). Will has still not responded to e-mails and all phone numbers I have located online are still not working.

Anyone interested in ordering the book "Sui Juris – The Truth in the Record," can do so by following the instructions below. Book orders are still being filled. Though the order form requests you allow 2-3 weeks for delivery, please allow at least two months before becoming concerned. Apparently, it’s taking a lot longer to get them out these days.

Order Form – Sui Juris

Will Gaston
PO Box 132
Mt. Angel, Oregon 97362

Shipping and Payment:

  • Please add $3.00 for first book to be shipped within the U.S.
  • Please add $1.50 for each additional book to be shipped within the U.S.
  • Send check or preferably Postal Money Orders with order.
  • Please make checks payable to Will Gaston
  • Please do not make checks payable to A Voice For Children.
  • If a book is to be mailed to a prison, please add $6 shipping. Sometimes, we have to re-ship 3 times to a prison address before the book gets delivered.

"Sui Juris – The Truth in the Record,"
A Process for the People to Access the Courts

Book Price:    $17.00
Shipping Cost: $3.00
Total Cost:    $20.00

Please ship my book to me at the following address:

Postal Address
City, State ZIP

Include your e-mail address and phone number if you wish.

Special thanks to Kip in Colorado!


Will Gastons website "A Voice for Children," is back up (as of May 16, 2008). Many of the links are pointing to a web archive but it’s a start. According to the site Will Gaston can be reached at (503) 632-7305 or .

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