I'm not really following this. You say the child is only 6 weeks old. You say you "took her every weekend to him so he could spend time with her." That means the child has spent six episodes with her father. Then you say he's been abusive and you recently (presumably since the birth of the child) reported him to the police.
What's going on here? If he's been arrested so may times for public drunkenness, and he smokes marijuana every day (not a crime in and of itself), why have you been taking the child to see him? Come to think of it, why did you decide to have a child with him in the first place?
You need good legal counsel.
hire a lawyer.
You really should consult an attorney in person who can help you file for an Order of Protection. Is the "father" on the birth certificate? Did he acknowledge paternity by signing a Voluntary Acknowledgement of Pternity? Is there a court order for visitation? If not then you are not violating anything. Is he paying child support. You need to get this in court.
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You could do a number of things.
First, the motion is not yours to make--your daughter has standing. You can finance the effort. You are not a direct party to the custody/visitation order. The violation, if it is alleged, would be alleged against your daughter...that she is permitting a hostile environment and interference with his visitation rights.
The evidence needs to be collected & your daughter can file a number of petitions--restrictictng his visitation, for Order of Protection, etc. You would likely be the "star witness"
You should act fast and retain counsel. These are recent acts of dysfunction on the "father's" side so the court can really intervene in a powerful way.
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