What conversations matter to you? Pro Advocate Radio made its debut in January 2015 not long after a series of town hall meetings where concerned citizens, including teens, gathered to talk about the fact that we need to work to protect our freedoms. Surprise and confusion were two words heard from most who shared experiences
Publisher Mark Thomason shocked the press, something that is tough to do. Alarms sounded when news reporters were alerted to Thomason’s imprisonment by Judge Brenda Weaver, especially over the false allegations of some mysterious form of identity theft. Theft she alleged was aimed at her and at her conduct as a judge, nonetheless. This was
Why Are Families Pleading with News Media for Coverage of Court Cases? Imagine you’re a TV news reporter and you see a press release – on a slow day – and decide to check out the scene at the courthouse. When you show up you find a cross-section of business people, grandparents, parents, neighbors, church
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Hero is absolutely the right word to describe this brave video journalist who goes above and beyond to ensure transparency in government for the benefit of Georgia’s citizens. Her name is Nydia Tisdale. Please watch this video about what the Open Government Hero Award means, and enjoy more of Nydia’s work on her YouTube channel and
Psychiatrist Report on Tsimhoni Family Violence was Ignored by Judge Read more about this case in this compelling article by journalist and author Michael Volpe who is helping to keep the conversation going about what is wrong in this case. Volpe is a journalist who has become an expert on deceptive family court practices seen
Nick Lulli Investigative Reporter Digs into Family Court Damages News Reporter Nick Lulli joined Pro Advocate Radio to discuss the tribulations seen and heard in the Augusta Judicial District, specifically found in Superior Court cases involving family law matters. WFXG Fox 54 and Nick Lulli aired a series of news reports about troubling professional conduct, judicial