Chicago, IL, July 29, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- La Ley Chicago will feature hard-nosed family law litigator, Jenét Pequeño as their guest legal analyst on 107.9 FM on Saturday, August 4th and 11th at 5:00AM. Attorney Pequeño will provide details and winning tactics from his many case victories. He will discuss the correct use of technology in family law cases through his years of successful representation of victims caught in the middle of custody litigation.
As a strategic litigator with the Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd. (http://dadsrights.com), Pequeño has reunited many disenfranchised fathers with their children. In a recent widely-publicized case, Pequeño was able to reunite a father with his two sons who were taken to Dallas, Texas, by their mother to live with a Dallas Police Officer after only knowing him for a few months. “Failure was not an option here,” said Pequeño.
In one of his most satisfying victories, Jenét Pequeño was able to secure the right of a US war hero to baptize his son in the Catholic religion. Interfaith custody litigation is very taxing yet Jenét Pequeño kept fighting for this war veteran’s religious freedoms until victorious.
The war hero dad was thrilled beyond belief to learn that he would be able to have his son baptized in the Catholic faith according to his own deeply held religious convictions. Pequeño will enlighten the viewing audience on how he obtained this unusual and important result.
Pequeño has a distinguished track record of bringing hope and light to many fathers who may have otherwise lost their children forever. This also includes the reunification of a Chicago father with his two young daughters, ages 1 1/2 and 2 1/2, where he prevented the mother from abducting the children to an alleged notoriously high drug-crime area of Mexico. The mother wrongfully removed the children from Illinois to Texas which is a direct route to her parents and numerous relatives near Zacatecas, Mexico.
"These are the types of cases where we can make a difference in the lives of children," said Attorney Jeffery M. Leving. “Pequeño is a relentless advocate in his pursuit for justice.”
Pequeño will also discuss common questions that he hears more frequently like, “How can a private detective really be used in my case?” and ”How do the Courts feel about postings on social media sites such as Facebook?” Pequeño is an avid fan of internet technology and has developed strategies in leveraging this technology in court in seeking justice.
For more information concerning social media and its impact on the courts, contact Jennifer Whiteside at 312-296-3666.