Just to bring you up to speed, in the Stvan case, on September 25, 2015 Ms. Paige Stvan lost custody and any access whatsoever to her 12 year old daughter, despite having been the primary, if not the sole caretaker, up to that point. This occurred when Judge Gerard Adelman, the judge in the case, improperly allowed Ms. Stvan's attorney to withdraw under conditions which cast a shadow on Ms. Stvan's reputation, making it impossible for her to replace him with another attorney. Judge Adelman also never conducted the evidentiary hearing which is required by law for a such a radical change in custody to occur, one that totally cut Ms. Stvan out of her daughter's life. So, to cut a long story short, there was considerable injustice in this case.
As an aside, I also think it worth noting that if anyone had cared to do a google search on Attorney Bradford Barneys prior to his appointment in the Stvan case, articles detailing his involvement in the foreclosure scam would have surfaced at least as of November 16, 2014. "The Day" had an article on this subject including information on Attorney Barneys just around then. A year later, on November 19, 2015, Mr. Timothy Burke was jailed for his role in this scam while Attorney Bradford Barneys was released on $50,000 bond. Astoundingly, Attorney Barneys was then appointed AMC in the Stvan case a little over a month later on December 23, 2015.
Still, what about Attorney Bradford Barneys' infamous role in the Stvan v. Stvan custody switching scheme? What will be done about that? Until this issue is addressed, there remains injustice in this case.
UPDATE: For those who are interested, on July 13, 2017 Attorney Bradford Barneys was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in jail and 3 years of probation. He will be required to surrender on October 19, 2017. I am not sure if this will compensate his victims, but at least it is a start.