Just received this notice (newspaper story also included below) –
In case (by any tiny chance) you have missed the news. Marsha Kleinman is now the subject of a complaint filed by the AG’s office. This comes only months after a separate civil suit was filed against her for unrelated incidents. Channel 12 is planning a story, the Star Ledger has already run one and is doing a follow up, and the New Jersey Law Journal is planning a major piece on her.
If you’re not familiar with her, thank God. Kleinman routinely uses “play therapy” to induce children to make false sexual abuse allegations against their fathers. She has destroyed countless lives, including a former client of mine.
Please, please everyone – get the word out. Her victims must be gathered. If you know anyone who was victimized by her, have him/her contact me. PLEASE REVIEW ANY RECORDS YOU MAY HAVE AND TRY TO GET VICTIMS TO COME FORWARD.
David Perry Davis, Esq.
112 West Franklin Avenue
Pennington, NJ 08534
The Law Office of David Perry Davis
AG: Highland Park psychologist coached girl on sex abuse claims
by Nawal Qarooni
Tuesday July 31, 2007, 2:43 PM
The state Attorney General’s Office has filed a complaint seeking to revoke the license of a Highland Park psychologist who has frequently served as an expert in criminal child abuse cases based on allegations she coached a 3-year-girl to make false claims of sexual abuse about her father.
In addition to the license revocation, Marsha Kleinman could face fines from the complaint filed Friday before the state Board of Psychological Examiners, a part of the Division of Consumer Affairs.
The accusations focus on Kleinman’s treatment of a young girl between July 2003 and December 2004. She is accused of questioning the girl about possible sexual abuse by her father in “a suggestive, coercive and/or manipulative manner,” according to the 16-page complaint.
Kleinman, 56, denies the charges.
“When people are advocates for children who are harmed in the home, they become a lightning rod, and there are people such as myself being targeted across the country by fathers’ rights groups to shut down people like myself who protect children,” Kleinman said today. “I expect all of this to be resolved.”
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