You need to talk to the case worker and see if your Husband is still considered a danger to the children. Also, if the case is closed, the Motions may not matter. You may have to open a case in Family Court.
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You have no provided enough information to give you good legal advise. I would suggest that you contact a family attorney. Many of the attorneys on this site offer free consults. The best advise in this situation is to talk to an attorney who can have all the facts in this case and give you solid advise. Hope this helps.
If it's a dependency case then the children have been "sheltered" until there is a determination that it is safe for the children to return. Whenever there is an instance of violence in the presence of a child, even if the child is never touched or involved, it is considered child abuse. Each party has a legal right to have an attorney appointed to them in dependency court if they cannot afford one themselves; have you been given an attorney? If so, it is important to bring these matters to the attention of your attorney so he/she can best explain your options.