I was told after providing verification of the completion of required services, that 1: there’s more
And 2: there are 7 appointments I missed
These 7 appointments are ones I never was notified of. I also mentioned to the cps case manager that my calls were not being returned. After having received notes from the foster parent of having received them, yet not returning them. For the second time. I have been retaliated against. I have since called my son 6 times in which I received no response and no returned call. I even have on video, my mom calling and getting through, having me on the phone via her laptop (Duo), so that I can talk to my baby. Upon the foster mom hearing my voice telling my son “mommy called you 6 times DJ “, she’s heard in the background saying “your supposed to call at specific times “, shortly before ending our call. There is no court order nor record to support this lie. She’s been violating my rights to be part of my sons medical, sent pictures showing clear neglect having my medically fragile child outside at pumpkin farms, parks, etc with no mask on. He got Covid-19 early September. Also, is seen several times wearing girls clothes/accessories.
I cannot answer your question as I do not practice criminal defense I’ll defer to my colleagues in that practice area to answer your question.
It sounds like there’s a lot going on in your case. It’s very possible that your rights are being violated. However, no lawyer will be able to tell you that specifically without looking at the facts of your case. If you have not retained a lawyer yet, you should do so immediately. You can be assigned an attorney through the county’s public defenders office. An attorney might also be able to help clarify what it is you need to do. And then advocate for recognition of your progress when you have completed those things.
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