A battery was committed on my son. should I get a lawyer in my county or in the meddlesome doctor's county to sue her?

Asked 2 months ago - Danville, CA

this is not a welfare case, law enforcement nor cps was involved, my mom thinks I do drugs when I don't, she called cps so many times, I test clean everytime, I have like 6 emergency cases all ruled unfouded. a fam. friend/doctor claims she apparent consent, she was not my son's doctor at any time, this doctor drew his blood, gave him a urine test, then cut my 5 yr olds hair, and gave it to my mom to take it for sampling, very poor quality and control customs. He passed his urine test that day and doctor still called cps to make a report, (I am not upset she called cps, even though it was not necessary). It's quite a coincidence that I am looking on ca courts judicial proposals, and I see a bay area lawyer address all these issues in the proposal,about this same subject matter, to a

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  1. Robert Lee Marshall

    Contributor Level 20


    Lawyers agree

    Answered . This apparently does not belong in the Criminal Defense area. You are talking about suing someone, which would be a civil issue.

    Only the District Attorney (or, in some cases, the Attorney General) can file a criminal action.

    Please understand that this is a general discussion of legal principles by a California lawyer and does not create... more
  2. William Andrew Parry


    Contributor Level 11


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    Answered . My colleague is correct, this sounds like a civil matter and you should consult with a civil practitioner. If the police are not involved, then there will not be a criminal prosecution, which the DA's dictate, etc. Seek out a good, local civil attorney. Good luck.

  3. Andrew Stephen Roberts


    Contributor Level 20

    Answered . This is a civil matter for which you need a civil attorney.


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