Q: If I win my criminal case can I get my children back from cps. My charge is Allowing child endangerment and I did not
I was asleep when police woke me up stating that my babies dD had handcuffed my 9 year old to the bed and called police on him. He went to jail and the police left. Later on they called me saying they had some questions. I met them at my home. They proceeded to accuse me of knowing what happened. I told them I was asleep and that my babies dad can be a little crazy sometimes (because of a TBI) They arrested me saying I knowingly let my kids around A crazy person. They also said I had a methamphetamine pipe on my dresser which was a total lie. It eas a weed pipe. If I did have a meth pipe they would have taken me to jail when they arrested my babies dad. Now I'm stuck fighting court and CPS when I did absolutely nothing wrong. My baby's dad has never done anything like this before and I never thought he was capable of anything like this. I never would have let him in my ho.e had I known. Please help me. Also is there any pro bono layers that can help me.
A: Winning your criminal case may potentially have an impact on your child custody situation with CPS (Child Protective Services). However, the specific circumstances and laws governing child custody cases can vary depending on your jurisdiction. It is advisable to consult with an attorney who specializes in family law and has experience dealing with CPS matters. They can provide personalized guidance based on the details of your case and help you navigate the legal process. Regarding pro bono legal assistance, there are organizations and resources that offer free or low-cost legal services. You can reach out to local legal aid organizations, bar associations, or nonprofit legal clinics to inquire about pro bono options in your area. They may be able to provide assistance or refer you to an attorney who can help.
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