Q: Who can contact to have a court case file investigated for illegal actions made in court?
I want to have a legal expert to go over a previous DCFS case from 2018 to investigate illegal actions made by dcfs and the courts. One example there is physical evidence just accusations and the so called witnesses all have same statement word for word they lied and changed the sheriff's state the same as everyone else etc..
If you believe that there were illegal actions made by DCFS and the court in a previous case, you may want to consider contacting an attorney who specializes in family law and has experience with challenging DCFS cases.
One option is to contact the California State Bar Association's lawyer referral service, which can provide you with a list of qualified attorneys in your area who may be able to help. You can reach them by calling (866) 442-2529 or visiting their website at www.calbar.ca.gov.
You may also want to contact the local bar association in your county to see if they can provide a referral to an attorney who has experience with DCFS cases.
Additionally, you may want to file a complaint with the California Department of Social Services, which oversees DCFS. They have a complaint process for individuals who feel that they have been treated unfairly by a DCFS worker or office. You can find more information about the complaint process on their website at www.cdss.ca.gov/complaints.
It's important to note that challenging a DCFS case can be a complex and time-consuming process. An experienced attorney can help you understand your legal options and guide you through the process of seeking justice for any illegal actions that may have occurred.
if you had a court case, the person to ask, who has all the info, is your lawyer.
if you don't have a lawyer, set up a consultation with a local lawyer who practices in this area.
you might try to contact legal aid if you can't afford a lawyer.
you might consider complaining to the Ca Dept of Social Services too.
the odds are that unless you have a criminal case, it will be difficult to find a good lawyer who will take the case pro bono and you will be left to find the assets to retain a lawyer.
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