DCFS can sustain allegations or close the file as "unfounded". They don't typically "disprove" allegations or establish innocence. Due to a higher standard of proof facing the government in juvenile dependency court , cases may be unfounded by DCFS then founded in family court. You should focus on defending the action , certainly request sanctions and attorney fees. Sanctions are by noticed motion.
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