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False Child Abuse and Neglect Scenarios [Part One of Three]

Over the next three posts, we’re going to cover three fictitious stories that illustrate some common challenges:   Kenny’s bruises on the playground. Kenny Haven was a third grader who liked to get scrappy. One day, after a tumble off the monkey bars, Kenny got sent to the school nurse, who became concerned because she saw a rash of bruises and cuts on the boy’s body. The nurse got the school...

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FAQs about DCP&P and Child Neglect and Abuse Charges [Part 4]

Can you still get charged with a crime related to the abuse or neglect charges? Yes. The prosecutor’s office can go after you for criminal charges related to abuse or neglect. Will what happens in the criminal case affect what happens in the civil case and vice versa? Yes. For instance, if you admit during the civil case that you did harm your child (even to a minor extent), that fact may then...

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Strategies for Finding an Attorney for Your Abuse or Neglect Case

Before you search for a legal representative, take time to reflect. What values do you want to govern the relationship? What goals are important for you to achieve? You probably have a general sense of what you want, but the more specific you can be at the beginning, the better. Understand Your Purpose “All successful people men and women are big dreamers. They imagine what their future could...

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A Way Out of Isolation When Facing False Abuse Allegations

Be resourceful in terms of how you solicit help from good people and trustworthy institutions. While you can find a lot of “support” from places like Facebook, you need to be careful. First of all, information that you post online can be potentially used against you during your case. When typing an email or sharing something on a social site, imagine how you would feel if your words were read...

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Can I have my child moved if there has been mistreatment in foster care?

My child reported mistreatment in foster care, watch this video to find out if you can petition to have him...

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Taking Good Care of Yourself While Battling False Allegations

When life gets stressful, most of us tuck into a defense crouch: we tend to abandon or curtail routines, habits and behaviors that normally nurture us. For instance, maybe you typically eat a healthy, low sugar “real foods” diet; however, since the allegations, you’ve been binge eating Cheetos and Little Debbie snack cakes and watching way too much TV. It’s tempting, given what you’re facing, to...

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Focus Your Goals: Your Attention Is Limited

As you review your plans and commitments, you’ll probably quickly be daunted by the scope of what you want to accomplish. For instance, you might want to:   Lose 15 pounds   Switch companies   Fight your allegations   Rebalance your financial plans in the wake a your divorce   You cannot take on all these projects at once. As a Chinese proverb warns: he who chases two...

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The Real Danger the Psychologist Poses: Caring Too Little

Sadly, the real danger to you (in terms of your case) is not that the psychologist will care too much and intentionally draft a bad report to spite you but rather that he or she will care too little and deliver a perfunctory, impersonal report. Believe it or not, some psychologists copy and paste whole chunks of evaluations done on other parents and use them for patient after patient after...

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Can an Overworked Psychologist Be Objective and Fair?

The division likes to speed up and rush the process. To that end, it often limits how much time the psychologist spends with patients. It is not uncommon, for instance, for the psychologist to only spend 30 minutes interviewing each patient! Meanwhile, the psychologist may administer a variety of tests, which can be interpreted in diverse ways. The division often rushes the report-writing...

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The Big Picture about Evidence at Your Fact Finding Hearing

You don’t really need to understand these technical rules — who can submit what evidence, when and how, etc. Just appreciate the general concept. If your case hinges on one person’s account that you did something wrong or failed to meet your child’s needs in some way, you can potentially challenge that account, preventing the court from ever allowing such testimony to be introduced into...

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