As a suburban woman of Cleveland Ohio , I have been writing for seven years about no-fault divorce. On October 15, I filed with the Ohio Supreme Court a complaint against both an individual divorce Judge, David Basinski, and the Lorain County Domestic Relations Division (Link to complaint). He is restricting me from exercising my First Amendment rights. Apparently, he would not have restricted the local big-name media outlets, as evidenced in attached transcripts in the complaint. I intended to record and photograph public proceedings in Judge Basinski’s Court. But he would not allow me, though I followed the rules for media in the Ohio Rules of Superintendence. So I am asking the Ohio Supreme Court to order Judge Basinski to allow me to record and photograph. Most people have no idea what happens in divorce proceedings to reliable spouses who are good parents. How many believe that a parent would never lose custody of their children unless that parent had done something to deserve it, like abusing or neglecting their children, or committing adultery? If there are injustices in divorce court, allowing the public to have an insider’s view of proceedings could lead to correcting the system.