Minnesota Appellate Court overturns mom’s conviction for ‘deprivation of parental rights’

Reposted from lovefraud.com

 

Minnesota Appellate Court overturns mom’s conviction for ‘deprivation of parental rights’

By August 30, 2013

Caroline Rice and Brent Rice, of Chanhassen, Minnesota, divorced in 2004, and have been involved in custody battles over their five children ever since. Full custody was awarded to Brent Rice, even though the children said he was abusive. In 2010 the youngest child, 13 at the time, ran away,  met up with her mother, and they fled to Canada. When Caroline Rice returned to the United States, she was charged with depriving parental rights.

Last week, the Minnesota Court of Appeals overturned the conviction, saying that Judge Richard C. Perkins and prosecutors conspired to deprive Rice of her civil rights and access to due process.

Minnesota court overturns Mom’s conviction, sends message of hope  Anne Stevenson 

WASHINGTON, August23, 2013 — Caroline Rice’s criminal trial on three felony counts of deprivation of parental rights followed several years of malicious prosecution in the family courts before Judge Richard C. Perkins, the same judge who presided over her criminal trial. This week, the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled in Caroline’s favor when it overturned her convictions on the grounds that Judge Perkins and prosecutors conspired at trial to deprive Caroline of her civil rights and access to due process.

Continue Reading: https://www.scribd.com/document/254536388/Minnesota-Court-Overturns-Mom-s-Conviction-Sends-Message-of-Hope

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