Q: Truancy law
My daughter is 15 has a long history of PTSD depression anxiety and panic attacks and also has went over the legal limit of missing school a few times which has put us in court well this year is highschool and her worst year for missing . At 40 days now which has put us now in truancy charge how do I fight this? What can I do? If my daughter is so full of anxiety about school how can they put more on her?
A: To defend this you will be required show proof that the child be given some sort of medical proof of the PTSD, depression etc. This should be provided to the school to ensure they don't continue to bring you before the court. If that is not successful you should get a lawyer and provide them with medical documentation.
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