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- Minnesota's Order for Protection (OFP)
Understanding the Order for Protection (OFP) and your rights can be critical to your future.
- Ethical Violations by School Counselors: Loss of Custody, Defamation, and other Penalties
Some parents may find themselves on the receiving end of false allegations of child abuse or neglect. Sometimes these reports originate from school or therapists. If a parent discovers that there may have been collusion to make a false report or that the reporter had a conflict that puts his or her credibility in question, the parent may wonder what recourse may be available.
- DUI with Child in Car in Georgia: Misdemeanor DUI and Potential Felony DUI Punishment
DUI with Child in Car is a form of Child Endangerment that not only carries potential jail time at the county lock-up, but can also constitute a felony child endangerment and loss of all driving privileges for many years or even for LIFE. In fact a substantial minority of states now make driving under the influence with a child in a vehicle a felony.
- Defending Accusations of Sexual Abuse
Research showing children are susceptible to suggestive interviewing techniques by local child advocacy center employees helps defendants.
- Common Mistakes Parents Make with New Jersey DYFS
So you received a call from the Division of Youth and Family Services and they want to investigate your childís wellbeing and care.
- Why DYFS Caseworkers Donít Help You
You are under an investigation set out by Child Protection Services. Without a doubt, you are angry, confused, worried, and scared at the thought of losing your children. Could it get any worse at this point? Yes. Your encounter with CPS is just getting started.
- DYFS Scare Tactics
Have you found yourself in the midst of an investigation launched by Child Protection Services?
- Hiring the Best Criminal Defense Attorney for Your Family Violence or Domestic Battery Case
The crime of Domestic Violence is disruptive to both the family unit, but can bring harsh criminal consequences if not handled correctly. Georgia laws have both felony and misdemeanor statutes in the Georgia Code to deal with various levels of Family Violence.
- How Does Child Abuse Affect Custody in New Jersey?
A decision to sever a marriage either by divorce or separation is not one to be taken lightly. While the disbursement of a property is often a contentious issue by itself, added to this is the complexity of children and their custody.
- How Is Child Abuse Determined in New Jersey?
Child abuse is considered a serious crime throughout the United States.