Q: Will a case be open if I don't give u.a.???? Does CPS really overlook THC?????
10 false accusations called in my baby daddy i.e. I beat, scream, leave my child alone, been diagnosed w/mental illness, manufacture drugs, am on heroin, meth, and weed.
My house was clean, my child's art work decorates my walls, my child is happy and healthy. Other than 2 cigarettes and a lighter just outside my back door we were (are) picture perfect! Case worker 1st: told me anonymous call was from baby daddy! Told me she had "0 concern for anything, but needed me to take a u.a." simply because she was going down the list of accusations called in by him. She told me a positive for THC would be over looked (I did NOT tell her I smoked but one of his accusations was I grew weed and made things with it). I've put off this ua with a list of stupid excuses. She has NOT opened any case on me-but I've been told I will be called sometime unexpectedly this week (it's almost been 2 weeks!) to give a ua now that she's back from some conference.
Does this sound screwy?? It feels screwy!
A: I suggest you get an attorney and don't do anything until you speak confidentially, with your attorney. It is illegal to smoke or otherwise ingest marijuana in the State of Hawai'i, unless you have a prescription and it is illegal in the United States. I don't know why CPS would "over look" illegal drug use in an investigation. Normally, if CPS suspects you of illegal drug use, they will open a case. Once you give a UA, you cannot take it back. Get an attorney.
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