A group of fathers who are suing family court judges in federal court want to make it clear that their case is not a misguided attempt by disgruntled litigants to overturn their child custody rulings. Rather, they see it as an effort to end what they say is New Jersey family courts’ systemic denial of due process rights to parents in custody disputes.

But some observers are not optimistic about the plaintiffs’ chances of success.

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