Q: Should you have to complete a case plan for a dependency case if your child neglect case was dropped due to false info
My home was raided because they thought we were selling and manufacturing drugs which we were not.when they realized they they had no manufacturing,or selling charge,not even a possession charge they turned it into a child neglect charge.all of the accusations they listed for child neglect were not true.our child neglect charges were dropped when motion of particulence was asked for.now I m still fighting the dependency case and they are trying to make me do a case plan before returning my child.the dependency case was a result of the child neglect which there was none and the child neglect was dropped so shouldn't the dependency case be dropped as well.this all went down September 26, our charges were dropped shortly after and I am still without my little boy and fighting to have him returned.they want me to complete a case plane that could take up to 6 months to a year.we also were slander all over the news and social media as 1 of the top 10 drug bust in which was not true
A: Until any court dismisses your case, you will need to continue and comply with the case plan. I suggest scheduling a consult with a family/dependency attorney who would be better suited to help you with your case.
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