Posted on Mon Feb 18, 2008 09:50 AM PDT
"I want my life back; I want to be able to drive my car; I want to be able to live in my house by myself. I want to say who is going to be my security guard. I want to see who I want to see at any time and make it happen."
Now, Jon Eardley (via his spokesperson, Michael Sands) has tried to shed some light on exactly what he and Britney are fighting for in federal court.
“Every American has rights. Even the worst criminals, which certainly Britney is not. Even people who do not understand the intricacies of the law understand that they have rights.
The explanation of federal civil procedures are difficult for even experienced attorneys to fully appreciate, but everyone will understand that her rights are being violated. Our legal team will help Britney stand up for her rights.
Who doesn’t fear being held against their will?"
With the case being switched from the state to the federal court, it does seem that Britney will finally have the chance to argue for the chance to make her own decisions - something that you and I take for granted.
Even if Brit's not too happy with her father's control over her life at present, hopefully she and her parents can continue to mend their fractured relationship and they will remain a positive influence in her life.
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