Can someone who has done everything the state has request to get their older child back from the state custody lose another child if they have a newborn. The oldest child was placed with their aunt and then the state snatched them out of her care with false allegations. Now their is a new baby and the social worker is up at the hospital snooping around asking questions about the newborn when the mother has done nothing to wrong. Can this baby be taking if the mother refuses to cooperate. She states go through our attorney.
If the concerns that led to the older child being removed are still concerns, then it is possible for a newborn to be removed as well.
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