Posted by Ashley on 7/18/08
On 6/13/08, MISHA wrote:
> CPS took my children. I agreed to services as I was
> threatened that if I didn't agree I wouldn't see my
> children for months. CPS worker made false statements on
> the stand and made up injuries that don't exist. I just
> now obtained an ER report (2 months later) that proves
> caseworker made up injuries. Do I have any recourse
> though I agreed to services already? If I would have seen
> the reports before my hearing I would have never agreed
> and my children would be home. Even my own lawyer didn't
> seek medical reports. By the way all the court hearings
> happened within one week of my children being taken.
I am so sorry. CPS did the same thing to us, last Wednesday.
First off, your lawyer was legally supposed to have all the
reports that CPS made, everything that they were going to use
againced you. However since it was within the first week of
the children's removal from the home, he may have got it the
day of court. Their should be a trial, if it hasn't occurred
already. First things first about trial. You need to get
yourself educated about your rights as a parent. Your Lawyer,
if he didn't seek medical reports, thats a sure sign that it
might not turn out real well, our lawyer did the same thing to
us. Get your self educated raise a stink about it everywhere.
Call the news stations, call your state governor call the
head office of CPS. Find out who filed the original report to
CPS. Get a lot of affidavits. Get people who see you interact
with your children on a regular basis, and have them testify
for you. You have visitation rights, if they haven't given
them to you yet. Have your children testify. Sue CPS, or
threaten too. Write a letter of grief. Make it perfectly clear
that your not as daft as they take you. CPS, they're one of
the cruelest people out there, even if they know what they're
doing is wrong, they'll still do it. because they need a job.
It's a witch hunt for them. The more people you have on your
side, screw CPS, you'll have this covered.
I'm afraid to say you won't be able to get out of the services
without order of the judge. Which your lawyer can request.
I'm so sorry you have to go through this. It's not fair,
you'll be kept in my prayers. Take care, and God bless you and
Posts on this thread, including this one
- CPS, 6/13/08, by MISHA.
- Re: CPS, 7/18/08, by Ashley.
- Re: CPS, 9/24/08, by queenbee.
- Re: CPS, 10/18/08, by Erick.
- Re: CPS, 11/04/08, by Anna.
- Re: CPS, 11/19/08, by Debra Braxton.
- Re: CPS, 1/24/09, by Richard Taylor.
- Re: CPS, 4/07/11, by smith.
- Re: CPS in Denver, CO., 8/15/11, by Denise .