The judicial system: is the ball in your court?

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Author Jax A. Stone pens new book about corruption of divorce proceedings in the U.S.

In America, there is a divorce every 36 seconds, according to a UPOA study. It is the behind-the-scenes corruption of a divorce proceeding that is even more glaring than this statistic, however.

Spouses many times find themselves at the mercy of the income of their partner, and that money can outweigh justice. In Jax A. Stone’s new book, “If It Pleases the Court,” Stone tells the story of two lovers, Jody and Jenny Lee, whose lives are torn apart by domestic violence and deceit. The author takes readers on a dramatic thrill ride, exploring the downfalls of the judicial system along the way.

“I wanted to bring to light the abuses of power in our court system,” Stone said.

“In a place where money and power trump justice, it makes you wonder what your future can hold after a failed marriage.”

“If It Pleases the Court”
By Jax A. Stone

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About the author                                                                                                        

Jax A. Stone is a general contractor and farm owner. He is a member of the Republican Business Advisory Council and The Alabama State General Contractor Licensure’s Board. The author enjoys inventing, stock trading and market research in his spare time. Stone resides in Sylacauga, Alabama.


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