Fourth District Division 2 Appeals Court discriminates against family law litigants

It is well settled practice in appellate law to combine both writ proceedings and appeals which the Fourth District Division 2 Court of Appeal is well aware of as detailed in this case which allowed multiple writs and appeals under one case:  http://www.courts.ca.gov/opinions/nonpub/E054422A.PDF

However, some family law litigants have been selected for special treatment where their appeals and writ proceedings are deliberately sabotaged to uphold heinous rulings.  These actions are not only discrimination in its purest form, they violate all substantive and procedural due process and the equal protection standard under the Fourteenth Amendment and reflect the state of mind of this court against certain litigants.

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