Q: If Colorado supreme court of appeals denies my appeal on parental rights termination case, is their another way ?
A: There is a remote possibility that you can file a federal lawsuit for the violation of a constitutional right. Assuming the termination hearing was conducted properly and there is nothing novel about your case, the likelihood of the surviving summary judgment (rejection before the full trial) is very low. You can contact an attorney who handles federal cases, but be warned the chances of the attorney taking the case are low. Also the costs should be about double that of a state claim.
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