virginia Keeny judge at van nuys courthouse is bias and prejudice against black males. she makes idiot decisions like granting default judgements to trying fathers of five years in court against a mother who was served several times with proof of service from sheriffs and ignored court then grants mother full custody and no visitation to father just because mother finally decided to show to court after father exercises his granted visitation. and makes father do supervised visits with bias mother of his sons mother. and allows false allegations with no proof
You should get an attorney to help resolve the matter. Judges are faced with making a lot of challenging decisions that are emotionally charged for both parties. In general, judges do their best to make rulings in accordance with the law. What I would suggest is consulting with an attorney, they might help you understand why the judge made the decisions he/she did.
There is no question here - but you need to reconsider because you'll be before the judge for the duration (unless she retires and relocates). You can't be "defaulted" unless you didn't appear, and there is a reason why the mom got full custody; although maybe you don't agree with the reason, you have a part to play in her decision and you need to look in the mirror and figure out what that part is - likely to be DV and this happens more than anyone would be willing to admit but I highly doubt that it is racial. You need to present yourself as reasonable, calm, collected, respecful (even if you don't feel it) and focused on your children
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