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Equal Access Advocates’ platform was created for Dr. Karin Huffer’s positive and economical vision of the court.

 

An advocate protecting a small brain from the top and bottom with his hands
This picture represents the protection of intellectual property by a professional.  EAA’s ADA advocates protect the mind of the client.


Dr. Karin Huffer, a marriage and family therapist, coined the term ‘legal abuse syndrome’ to identify the epidemic in victims caused by a psycho-legal dimension adding to their post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

To tackle the epidemic in our courts, Equal Access Advocates created a 4-step process to strengthen our judicial systems:
1 – Defined the problem: Legal Abuse Syndrome 2013 book

2 – Created the method to address the problem: Unlocking Justice 2012 book

3 – Distributed and implemented a system: Training Americans with Disability Act Advocates

4 – Currently putting forth policy reform: Institutions, all courts, law firms, emergency services, communities, and state and city departments need our services to protect civil rights and the economy of all these services.

The moral core which forms the foundation of American values is the life blood that sustains the victim’s hope. Decency, our most cherished and delicate human resource, hangs in the balance of the scales of justice. If the system exists for protection of the citizen and is supported by tax dollars, it is assumed to represent common decency. Other than a few rascals, we expect to encounter professionals who sanction goodness as we persevere through the courts.

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