West Monroe, LA asked in Criminal Law and Juvenile Law for Louisiana

Q: My sister in law is in juvinile drug court . She's pregnant . A couple weeks ago she was sent to green oaks because her

Levels where 30 in GO her levels would drop and go back up . She tested a few days ago and her levels where 18 so she wnt back to green oaks. Why would her levels be going up and down . She's has done everything her case worker asked of her she completed her hiset and signed up for drivers ed and she does community service and obides by her curfew. Please help she's so stressed out and having anxiety attacks and that xant be good for the baby

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Ellen Cronin Badeaux

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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Covington, LA
  • Licensed in Louisiana

A: Her levels are either going up and down because she's abusing or because of an organic reason. If it's organic, she needs an attorney and a medical expert to testify or that baby will be take by CPS.

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