Q: Can a supervisor pos as a caseworker just to get your children taken away when three attempts were already made by three
Three different caseworkers and unsuccessful found out that one of them even admitted that she tampered with my drug screen and now this one was acting as if she was my friend and telling me that she was going to tell the judge I was doing everything right then I was supposed to go to a meeting that she had but I was advised by my court appointed attorney not to attend it and they did a emergency removal for my children in the journey that advised me not to go was at that even informed of it either was my fiance and they said they just wanted to verify my children and come to find out they had two police officers with them taking my children away on Valentine's Day then we go to court children are placed with my fiance's sister and not him and they lie about me in court as they're telling my fiance he's doing great even though I did more stuff than he did and when I look her up after court she is a supervisor and not even a caseworker for 2 years now and I was never informed that she w
A: Her being a supervisor is not your issue. You need to focus on addressing the allegations.
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