Q: Looking for Plan C, as I am going to try Plan B Monday. Hot mess of a no fault abuse/neglect case that should not be.
Dec 31=1 yr case. Lots of details, very little action by public defender-1st issue. Online finding statutes/cases trying to educate myself. 2nd-2 cases all hearings same day same time. Literally didn't even realize 2nd case for 5/6 months.
Older son-behaviors applied for several programs during 2018, only thing I we qualified for was therapy. Did not help. Discovered he was sexually abusing siblings-I reported. Hotline denied, worked w/ CAC/therapist-got accepted, followed every detail of s.plan and above, he re-offended. Reported next day CAC-I refused to take home. We r guilty no fault abuse/neglect/he is guilty in juv. case-sexual abuse-guilty-on registry.
BS ER Order 4 lil kids vacated after 90 days, but retained custody. In hearing ordered last, only 2 min to Cross ex. So many errors I could've proven. Finally I can appeal, due process. If my atty refuses again, what can I do? no money. Terrified to ask judge/rarely granted. Perm hearing close, son n treatmnt
A: Sometimes when a parent has done everything they can but a child is still not safe in their home, the Court will find the person guilty of no fault neglect so that the child can receive services. This is especially common when one child needs to be placed outside of the home as the siblings aren't safe living with that other sibling living in the home.
I'm not sure I understand your question due to all the abbreviations. In most civil actions, you have 30 days to file an appeal after a final order is entered.
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