Did the Appeals Court verify Dr. Stephen Doyne's Credentials and Integrity?

A response to www.prnewswire.com, Dr. Doyne's Credentials, and on what basis did the appellate court make the following statement:

"the undisputed record shows that Dr. Doyne was fully qualified to serve as a custody evaluator based upon his professional credentials and experience that have never been challenged in this action." ( p. 39.)

The above statement suggests that Dr. Doyne's professional credentials, qualification, and integrity to serve as a 730 custody evaluator ... have not been challenged in this action; however, the facts are that no discovery was allowed in the Tadros case, but rather was shut down. The reasons for this are as follows:

Character and integrity are pivotal when purported experts are asked to testify in court.  This is the reason why professor Margaret Hagen took the time and effort to write Whores of the Court a book that is largely directed at what the psychology profession is doing, and has done 'in every nook and cranny' of our society: including our courts.

Stephen Doyne's integrity is Highly Questionable for the above reasons and because of what is on our Stephen Doyne page at: www.familycourtcrooks.com/stephen_doyne.htm Additional comments are available on yelp, Citysearch, and Google comment blogs, and by an audio message left on Dr. Tadros' voice-mail by Dr. Doyne's former office manager.  See this link Complaint to the California State Bar and click on the Play button to hear the message.  It is also transcribed below: 

"...  Dr. Tadros I wanted to let you know, ... I  know you know Stephen Doyne,  and I wanted to let you know that ... his wife, Beth, is on the payroll every 2-weeks ... for $5,000 Dollars and has never worked at his office, and also she collected unemployment while she also collected that $5,000 Dollars every 2-weeks ...  I  just wanted to let you know that ... "

Before Bernard Madoff was convicted of defrauding a multitude of investors, he portrayed himself as a man of integrity. That's why he was trusted by many investors, when in fact he was, cleverly ripping them off: in many cases of their life's savings.  

Stephen Doyne has also portrayed himself to the public as a man of integrity, and that's why he was trusted by thousands of parents, and why Dr. Tadros hired him in the first place, and after asking if he was "board certified." 

Bernard Madoff was not associated with government officials. That's why he was fully investigated, exposed and incarcerated for fraud on the public.  However, in the case of Stephen Doyne, Dr. Tadros was informed that Doyne donates money to judges' election campaigns.  It is also of significance that Doyne works, socializes with and teaches government officials -- including judges -- in the San Diego Area. 

Another reason why we believe that the court got it wrong is provided in the recent Frontline, PBS, NPR program that aired on 4-17-2012, and that exposed the ACFEI as a certification diploma mill: where virtually anyone can obtain one of their wall-plaques for as little as $450? 

Or could it be that the appellate court simply wants the problem -- of a lack of integrity in our courts -- to go away?

Note: The Picture above by Kathy Brown was slightly modified for this article.

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