Calgaro Case APPEALED!
Challenges Bizarre and Contradictory Court Ruling

June 26, 2017

On June 6th, Erick Kaardal, attorney for Anmarie Calgaro, appealed the decision of St. Paul District Judge Paul Magnuson that dismissed Calgaro’s lawsuit against state and county agencies, the school district, and a private health facility. Judge Magnuson ruled on May 23rd that Calgaro’s civil rights were NOT violated despite the fact [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:09:45-05:00July 14, 2017|CPL Article, legislation, privacy|

Court Dismisses Anmarie Calgaro Lawsuit

May 26, 2017

St. Paul – On Tuesday, May 23rd, St. Paul District Judge Paul Magnuson dismissed all claims against state and county agencies and a private health facility, ruling that Anmarie Calgaro civil rights were NOT violated despite the fact that these entities treated her minor son as an adult, providing services and benefits to him without her knowledge or [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:12:34-05:00May 31, 2017|CPL Article, legislation, privacy|

Observations on Parental Rights Court Hearing

February 4, 2017

On January 26th, Erick Kaardal, local counsel for the Thomas More Society of Chicago, appeared before Judge Magnuson in St. Paul, Minnesota federal court, asking him to restore Anmarie Calgaro’s parental rights. In 2015, without notice and violating her civil right to due process, her then-15 year old son was unconstitutionally declared an adult. [See [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:18:00-05:00February 6, 2017|CPL Article, legislation, privacy|

Anmarie Calgaro’s Statement

January 26, 2016

Today, in a federal court hearing with Judge Magnuson, I challenged in federal court the authority of state agencies and private businesses to deprive me of my parental 14th amendment civil rights. My minor son has received health services, narcotic drugs, hormonal drugs, welfare/housing, food stamps, and a driver’s license without my knowledge or consent. The school district [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:18:22-05:00January 26, 2017|CPL Article, legislation, privacy|
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