Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.

Author Topic: Minister Ellen Gracie, who judged case Sean, will retire  (Read 1465 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline a.marcos

  • Full Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 102
Minister Ellen Gracie, who judged case Sean, will retire
« on: August 14, 2011, 02:52:45 PM »
http://www.conjur.com.br/2011-ago-11/ellen-gracie-trajetoria-primeira-mulher-integrar-supremo

She was one of the people who decided to send Sean home and respect the  Hague convection

Sean Goldman — O voto da ministra Ellen Gracie no julgamento do chamado Caso Goldman também teve destaque no plenário do STF. A ministra defendeu o respeito à Convenção Internacional da Haia de Combate ao Sequestro Internacional de Crianças. O julgamento do caso no STF envolvia a disputa pela guarda do menino de cinco anos, filho de pai norte-americano e mãe brasileira. Como a mãe da criança havia morrido, a família dela passou a pleitear o direito à guarda da criança. O pai alegou que a mãe havia sequestrado o menino para o Brasil e tentava reaver o filho na Justiça.

O tema ligado ao sequestro internacional de crianças desperta a atenção da ministra que, durante sua gestão na presidência do STF, criou um Grupo Permanente de Estudos sobre a Convenção da Haia de 1980. Composto por representantes dos órgãos públicos envolvidos no tratamento do tema, o grupo tem o objetivo de fomentar estudos e pesquisas sobre o assunto entre os operadores do Direito dentro e fora do Brasil.

google translate

Sean Goldman - The vote of minister Ellen Gracie in the trial of the Goldman case was also highlighted in the plenary of the Supreme Court. The minister defended the respect to the Hague Convention to Combat International Child Abduction. The trial in the Supreme Court involved a dispute over the custody of the five year old boy, whose father was American and Brazilian mother. As the child's mother had died, her family came to claim the right to custody of the child. The father claimed that the mother had abducted the boy to Brazil and tried to get his son in court.

 The theme related to international child abduction caught the attention of the minister who, during his tenure as president of the Supreme Court created a Permanent Group of Studies on the Hague Convention of 1980. Composed of representatives of agencies involved in dealing with the topic, the group aims to promote studies and research on the subject of law between operators within and outside Brazil.

the subject says something wrong ... it says Sean was "five years"

Offline rduffiel

  • Full Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 243
Re: Minister Ellen Gracie, who judged case Sean, will retire
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2011, 05:19:38 PM »
She is one of the ministries that knew the Hague and applied it according to the law.  It is a shame that others do not seem to follow the rule of law.
Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers.  ~Alfred Lord Tennyson

Rose