I am the Respondent in an extremely high conflict Non-Parent Custody Case. My rights have been violated numerous times: Due Process, Parental Rights, Invasion of Privacy/Disclosure of Private Fact, Breach of CFR 42 part 2 rules where my mother, the Petitioner, obtained a personal copy of my self referred assessment to use as the evidence she didn't have at the first hearing, by filing it for the second hearing where i motioned the court to vacate its previous orders i.e. adequate cause, temp custody, residential schedule, appointment of GAL, due to her not providing any evidence to support her allegations. There are many other issues as well i.e. abuse of process, misrepresentation of material fact, misquoted case law, fraud etc. The fact is the entire case all around violates my constitutional rights and I have all the proof to show for. I just need to know how to stop the case and prevent anything from being filed until I have brought all issues to the courts attention. And I need to know what type of motion for relief would be appropriate? a Vacate(CR60)? Declaratory Judgment and permanent injunction? dismissal for sanctions (rule 11)? or a Rule 12 motion? just need direction
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