Q: Dependancy & Neglect case, can you file a motion for Judgment and Order for Possession to get your children back?
Your children are considered your property. In a D&N case the children were unlawfully removed under fraud (have proof) the children were removed @ birth. Falsified allegations in order to get an Ex Parte warrant, then removed the allegations from the petition before the 72hr court hearing to some other falsified allegations which was Paragraph 5e of the Colorado title 19 childrens code. No criminal charges were never filed in this case. Parent engaged in services but still CPS terminated rights without the parent having legal council for the termination hearing. The fosters adopted one baby and the other is in appeal to the Supreme court (which will be denied of course) and fosters are going to adopt the other baby before the judgment is ruled in the appeal. Can the Judgment and Order for Possession be submitted or Verified Complaint in Replevin be filed w/ the Judgment and Order for Possession? One or the other or both?
A: Please hire an attorney an immediately. You are in way over your head and none of the things you are thinking of filing have any relationship at all to the legal issues at hand. If you continue to play lawyer you are going to lose whatever is left of your case.
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