Call your local CPS and request a copy of their Policies and Procedures. It contains theregulations that CPS is supposed to follow. Read the manual and document any violations. Giveyour attorney a copy. In court, your attorney can basically "put CPS on trial", forcing them todefend their actions. This takes the focus off you. If your attorney puts you on the stand, thefocus should be on your concern for your child (i.e., regression, poor grades, behavior changes,etc.). This strategy will not guarantee a win, but it can change "the flavor of the court" in yourfavor.
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