20 November 2011
SCRANTON - A group of parents demonstrating on Courthouse Square Friday morning across from the Lackawanna County Administration Building at 200 Adams Ave., Scranton, said they feel the county's family court and guardian ad litem are the focus of an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts defines a guardian ad litem as a "person appointed by a court to look after interests of a minor or incapacitated person involved in legal proceedings."
But parents holding signs suggesting county officials "Toss Ross" and handing out literature about the county's guardian ad litem system said that was not the case.
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