Q: DUI and Injury to child Dismissed with prej. my kids taken 3 times license 2 times cps got involved police said immenant
Police filed immenent danger to cps without giving me time to find them some one to pick them up from school. pulled over at 1030am. no kids in car. in jail I contacted kids step sister parents and they were gonna pick them up. cps said no and picked them up because police said there in imminent danger noone to look after them. i got out jail same day and was not aloud to go pick up kids they were put in foster care. my licensed was taken not once but 2 times I had to fight cps to get kids back just for wife to win custody of them because of this in divorce. Uas 2 times a week passed everyone, gain assesment no treatmentg required, parenting classes 2 times a week, counsling 2 times a week, this destroyed me. last month dismissed with prej. last may cps dismissed can I sue.
A: Police didn't HAVE TO take the kids. Police COULD HAVE allowed you to pick them up or actually HELP you find a family member who could pick the kids up, BUT THEY DON'T HELP! THEY PUNISH and PUNISH and PUNISH you! YOU'RE A BAD DAD!! WE'RE GOING TO EVENTUALLY LET YOU HAVE YOUR CHILDREN BACK . . . BUT YOU'RE GONNA HAVE TO SEE HELL BEFORE WE'LL LET YA! Its a way of kicking your ass! Welcome to beautiful Idaho!
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