15 Known Complaints against Alissa Sherry / Legal Consensus since 2015 with TSBEP / TBHEC

PETITION UPDATE – www.change.org/p/texas-state-board-of-examiners-of-psychologists-tsbep-investigation-into-forensic-custody-evaluator-dr-alissa-sherry-and-legal-consensus/u/25349698

Known Complaints against Alissa Sherry / Legal Consensus
(Note these are only people that have reach out to us, NOT a complete list, we are sure there are more): 

Complaints against Alissa Sherry Dismissed by TSBEP without Any Disciplinary Action Taken since 2015:

Complainant 1 – JH #2015-00110-9966 
Complainant 2 – RF #2015-00153-9966
Complainant 3 – BS # 2015-XXXXX-9966
Complainant 4 – CM #2016-0037-9966
Complainant 5 – KC #2016-00123-9966
Complainant 6 – TP #2017-00057-9966
Complainant 7 – CH #2017-XXXXX-9966
Complainant 8 – JN #2018-00053-9966 

Current Complaints against Alissa Sherry / Legal Consensus Under Investigation by TSBEP: 

Complainant 9 – LW #2019-00069-9966
Complainant 10 – CC #2019-00070-9966
Complainant 11 – CB #2019-0071-9966
Complainant 12 – SG #2019-000100-9966 
Complainant 13 – CR #2019-XXXXX-9966
Complainant 14 – DJ #2019-00130-9966
Complainant 15 – RF #2020-00004-9966 Dr. Alissa Sherry;
                                 #2020-00005-13268 Michelle Munevar;

Section 501.203(d) of TSBEP Rules States that “The Board shall analyze complaints filed with the board to identify any trends or issues related to certain violations.  

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Update on Complaints Against Alissa Sherry / Legal Consensus and TSBEP / TBHEC Complaint Process

PETITION UPDATE – www.change.org/p/texas-state-board-of-examiners-of-psychologists-tsbep-investigation-into-forensic-custody-evaluator-dr-alissa-sherry-and-legal-consensus/u/25214343

Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists (TSBEP) Instructions for complaints: 

“State in simple, narrative language why you think the professional violated the Psychologists’ Licensing Act or Board rules.” 

But then when you read the fine print: 
“There must be sufficient evidence to establish probable cause of the misconduct. Therefore, if no probable cause can be determined as a result of the investigation, or if there is not sufficient evidence to withstand a court hearing, the complaint is referred to the Dismissal Committee”  

You are lead to believe you can fill out one page of complaint information in layman’s terms.  The TSBEP takes 18-24 months to make a determination, eventually dismissing because the complaint won’t stand up in a court of law.  By this time people have moved on, are broke after battling the family court system and have no ability to draft a second complaint that will stand up in a court of law.  The TSBEP has set their complaint system up so that anyone that complains about custody evaluations or psychological evaluations is guaranteed to not succeed. 
www.tsbep.texas.gov/how-to-file-a-complaint-enforcement

And when an inquiry is made on how to appeal the decision Darrel Spinks the Executive Director of the TSBEP stated “The dismissal of a complaint may not be appealed by a complainant or a third-party”

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v. Dr. Alissa Sherry; Alissa Sherry Consulting, PLLC; Legal Consensus, Travis County Texas

Burnet County violations of Due Process, Civil Rights by Judge Linda Bayless


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Mandamus against Judge Linda Bayless, Burnet County for violations of Due Process, Civil Rights and for failing to Recuse herself


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ISSUE NO 1
THE TRIAL COURT FAILED TO NOTIFY THE RESPONDENT OF IT’S INTENT TO ENTER FINAL ORDERS AND NO MOTION FOR FINAL ORDER HAD BEEN ENTERED.

ISSUE NO 2
THE TRIAL COURT RECEIVED PROPOSED FINAL ORDERS EX-PARTE FROM OPPOSING COUNSEL. THE TRIAL COURT AND OPPOSING COUNSEL FAILED TO INCLUDE RESPONDENT IN COMMUNICATIONS REGARDING ITS INTENT OR DESIRE TO ENTER FINAL ORDERS.


ISSUE NO 3
THE DAY AFTER THE TRIAL COURT RECEIVED THE EX PARTE PROPOSED FINAL ORDERS FROM THE PETITIONERS ATTORNEY THE TRIAL COURT SIGNED AND ENTERED THOSE FINAL ORDERS IN HER CHAMBERS WITHOUT A HEARING DEC 1ST, 2017.

ISSUE NO 4
THERE WAS NO NOTICE TO THE PRO SE RESPONDENT AFTER THE FINAL ORDERS WERE ENTERED.


ISSUE NO 5
TRIAL COURT HAS REFUSED MULTIPLE REQUESTS FOR A HEARING OR A DECISION ON THE BILL OF REVIEW THAT WAS FILED BY THE RESPONDENT AND THE JUDGE HAS STATED TO BOTH RESPONDENTS AND PETITIONERS ATTORNEYS THAT SHE IS GOING TO DENY THE BILL OF REVIEW WITHOUT A HEARING. THE TRIAL JUDGE HAS MADE IT CLEAR THAT SHE WILL PUT THE RESPONDENT IN JAIL FOR 6 MONTHS AND ONLY ALLOW HER SUPERVISED VISITATION OF HER CHILD IF SHE CONTINUES TO PURSUE THE BILL OF REVIEW TO CORRECT THE ERRORS OF THE COURT.

ISSUE NO 6
THE TRIAL COURT IMPROPERLY DETERMINED THE PUNISHMENT AND FINAL ORDER OF THE CASE DEPRIVING APPELLANT OF SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS AND HER DETERMINATIONS OF THIS PUNISHMENT WAS FROM INFORMATION OBTAINED OUTSIDE OF ANY COURT SETTING AND WITHOUT A HEARING.

ISSUE NO 7
JUDGE BAYLESS REFUSED TO RECUSE HERSELF WHEN THERE WAS MORE THAN SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE TO PROVE A VIOLATION OF DUE PROCESS AND UNQUESTIONABLE BIAS


 

 

See all Posts Here: family-court-corruption.com/category/judge-linda-bayless/

Dr Alissa Sherry – Legal Consensus Petition – Reason for Signing

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Steven Harp

REASON FOR SIGNING

Her diagnoses should be annulled and the people who have successfully abducted babies through her misdiagnosis should be informed.

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Dr Alissa Sherry – Legal Consensus Petition – Reason for Signing

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Victoria Cantu

REASON FOR SIGNING

I’ve witnessed the corruption in family courts and have experienced first hand the traumatic effects that this can have on children and their families.

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Dr Alissa Sherry – Legal Consensus Petition – Reason for Signing

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Marika van Eerden

REASON FOR SIGNING:

Still recovering…

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Dr Alissa Sherry – Legal Consensus Petition

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Francis Sanchez: It is pretty sad when individuals in control abuse the power they are given. The victims that they hurt are the powerless and they are afraid to tell their stories.  Lets continue to be the voice of these victims and erase abuse of innocent victims.

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Press Release: FORMER BOARD MEMBER SOLICITS SUPPORT FOR HER TESTIMONY AT TEXAS STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF PSYCHOLOGISTS (TSBEP) BOARD MEETING FEBRUARY 14TH, 2019 IN TRAVIS COUNTY

Press Release: FORMER BOARD MEMBER SOLICITS SUPPORT FOR HER TESTIMONY AT TEXAS STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF PSYCHOLOGISTS (TSBEP) BOARD MEETING FEBRUARY 14TH, 2019 IN TRAVIS COUNTY

The Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists had its quarterly Board Meeting in which there was standing room only and overflow into the hallway.  Twenty-six (26) non-professionals signed up to testify or provide written statements. The primary public interest at the meeting involved debates focused on the role of Forensic Evaluators who are licensed by the TSBEP in family court litigation.  

Previous TSBEP board member, Alissa Sherry, sent out an email soliciting support for her testimony at the Feb 14th meeting. The email can be viewed here: family-court-corruption.com/alissa-sherry-legal-consensus/dr-alissa-sherry-email-soliciting-support-at-tsbep-board-meeting/

Dr. Sherry was advocating for immunity for Custody Evaluators against complaints and lawsuits, her testimony can be heard here: family-court-corruption.com/alissa-sherry-legal-consensus/dr-alissa-sherry-public-testimony-at-tsbep-meeting/

Prior to addressing the Board, individuals were required to sign in with their full name and signature.  After signing in, each speaker was allocated 3 minutes to speak. The 3-minute time limit was enforced until Dr. Sherry spoke.  Instead of enforcing the 3-minute rule, the Board allowed her to speak for 11 uninterrupted minutes.

Of the non-professionals in attendance, all 12 of the individuals who testified against immunity for Dr. Sherry were required to sign in before being allowed to speak while the only individual to speak in support of Dr. Sherry was allowed to testify without signing in and without providing a last name.  

The optics of favorable treatment to former board member Dr. Alissa Sherry are disturbing as the Board has summarily dismissed the last five complaints filed against her. Open forum meetings are essential for the public to maintain faith in their governing bodies and all participants should be treated equally.

The next board meeting for TSBEP will be May 16, 2019 www.tsbep.texas.gov/important-dates

Board members in attendance: Tim Branaman, Ph.D., ChairpersonLou Ann Todd Mock, Ph.D., Vice ChairpersonHerman Adler, M.A.John BielamowiczRyan T. BridgesAngela A. Downes, J.D.Susan Fletcher, Ph.D.Ron Palomares, Ph.D.Andoni Zagouris, M.A.Darrel Spinks, Executive Director


For more information or interviews contact: txfamilycourtcorruption@gmail.com