About us

Dedicated to: trial consulting, child abuse, divorce cases, child custody, criminal cases, child abuse allegations etc.
Trial Consultant
Kenneth R. Pangborn, M.S.

Mr. Pangborn is also a decorated veteran of the United States Air Force...

Kenneth R. Pangborn, M.S.
"Mr. Pangborn is a long standing member of the American Society of Trial Consultants, (ASTC) the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, (APSAC) the International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) and several other professional organizations".

"Mr. Pangborn has a BA degree in Child Development (Cum Laude) and a Master of Science Degree in Psychology".

" Mr. Pangborn is a member of the International Academy of Law and Mental Health". (Acade'mie international de droit et de sante' mentale')

"Mr. Pangborn began his work on child custody, child abuse and criminal cases in 1976".

"Mr. Pangborn was the pioneer in recognizing false claims of child abuse in child custody, divorce cases, and he developed the case strategies others try to imitate today. He was also a speaker at the first several seminars held by VOCAL (Victims If Child Abuse Laws)", 1984-1989.

"Mr. Pangborn became a certified trial and jury consultant in 1996 when the first certifications were granted, and has remained so since".

"Mr. Pangborn was trained in legal writing and legal form by the then Chairman of the Family Law Section of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA)".

"Mr. Pangborn has worked with the chairman of the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association on the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act".

"Mr. Pangborn has had numerous appointments as Guardian Ad Litem for missing or abused children in over 30 states".

"Mr. Pangborn has provided expert testimony in nine states, before the United States Congress on several issues, and in military courts for the Department of Defense".

"Mr. Pangborn has appeared on hundreds of radio and television programs, and consulted on many others".

"Mr. Pangborn is the author/editor of a book and has written contributions in several other books, professional journal articles related to child abuse, child abduction, missing children, domestic violence, and rape".

"Mr. Pangborn has consulted on cases in all 50 states and has participated in cases in several other nations throughout the world".

Mr. Pangborn also has made many speaking presentations before various bar associations and other organizations including invitations to present at international professional associations on mental health organizations, and he has been an invited presenter to the Congress of the United States on several issues as well as written presentations to the Parliaments of Canada and the United Kingdom".

"Mr. Pangborn has been listed in several "Who's Who" publications both nationally and internationally".

"Mr. Pangborn has been the subject of dozens of newspaper articles including the New York Times, Boston Globe, Los Angles Times, San Francisco Herald-Examiner, Milwaukee Journal, St. Petersburg Times, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, and others".

"Mr. Pangborn is married, the father of four daughters and the grandfather of three grand daughters and three grandsons, and step-father to two sons".

"Mr. Pangborn has continued his education obtaining certificates in the evaluation of sex offenders and children's testimony in abuse cases".

"Mr. Pangborn has held licenses to operate broadcast radio and television stations. Mr. Pangborn's name also appears on the "Wall of Tolerance" signifying his many years of support for the civil rights movement in America".

In his youth, Mr. Pangborn engaged in sports car racing and stunt driving for the American Motors AMX Precision Driving Team and was its team captain. Mr. Pangborn is also a decorated veteran of the United States Air Force with an "Honorable Discharge." (Meritorious service.)

Mr. Pangborn has been a radio news anchor, journalist and entertainer.

Referral Attorneys
Charles Jamieson

Mr. Jamieson began his family law practice assertively representing men in divorce cases. In the mid 1980's, child abuse allegations in the context of divorce cases and in other areas of litigation increased dramatically. At the same time, Charles D. Jamieson began an active practice representing individuals accused of child abuse and neglect in criminal, family, and juvenile court cases. Mr. Jamieson believes in proactive, assertive representation for his clients in both divorce work and child abuse and neglect defenses. He participates extensively in continuing education in the various aspects of family law within the state of Florida. Mr. Jamieson has presented at seminars on divorce related issues and has presented at seminars in Florida, South Carolina, and other states concerning child abuse and neglect issues.

Charles D. Jamieson graduated from Dartmouth College in 1975, magna cum laude, and Mr. Jamieson graduated from the University of Maine School of Law in 1978. In law school, Mr. Jamieson was very active in advocacy issues and served as the co-chairman of the Moot Court Board and was successful in arguing legal issues in intermural and international moot court contests. Mr. Jamieson has been practicing law for more than 20 years. He was admitted to practice law in Maine in 1978 and was admitted to The Florida Bar in 1990. Mr. Jamieson is a member of the following organizations:

The Florida Bar

Maine Bar Association

Florida Academy of Trial Attorneys

National Association of Counsel for Children

Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Tampa Bay, Florida Collaborative Family Law Group

American Psychology - Law Society/Division 41 of the American Psychological Association

Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

Barbara Johnson

New England School of Law: J.D., 1987 Bennington College: B.A. General studies, math minor Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Center of International Relations (junior year, 1954-1955) Middlebury College Russian Summer School (1954).


West Publishing Company Corpus Juris Secundum Series Award, 1987, for highest annual scholastic average Nathan Burkan Memorial Competition, sponsored by ASCAP: "Patent or Copyright Protection for Computer Programs: A Traditional Legal Comparative Analysis Overlayed with a Linguistic Theory" (paper selected and submitted by Dean of New England Law School to Competition)


1987 - ATTORNEY (sole-practitioner): Civil and Criminal Litigation Researching, writing, strategizing for general practice: employment law, small business, real estate, professional malpractice, malicious prosecution, landlord-tenant, trusts, summary and trustee process, divorce, paternity, civil contempt, criminal, civil and criminal appeals. Trial and appellate experience in Massachusetts Superior, District, Probate & Family Courts, Appeals Court, Supreme Judicial Court, U.S. District Court for the First Circuit, and U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. As amicus curiae, submitted brief in Dalis v. Buyer Advertising, Inc. (right to jury trial for sex discrimination plaintiff)

Dedicated to: trial consulting, child abuse, divorce cases, child custody, criminal cases, child abuse allegations etc.