A few months ago my son disclosed that my exes 9 year old son had been flashing his private to him and had touched him in bed. Multiple times. I went to Dcf and then we went to court. Long story short the interview and evidence was ruled unfounded. Bot of us know something happened though. The judge ordered no contact between both minors. My ex snuck the gf son in the house this weekend and had my 7 year old lie to me about it. Eventually he came clean. We are going to an emergency hearing over this in two days. What can I expect ?
An emergency hearing is like any other hearing wherein both sides present their case. If you filed the emergency motion then you will have an opportunity to go first, most of the time but can vary depending on the judge.
Be prepared and have your timeline and thought together before going in, it's going to be stressful but if you are organized you will be fine.
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Be sure to determine whether there is any intent to interview your child "in camera" (in chambers). Ordinarily, courts do not want young children being brought to court, but this is a rather extraordinary circumstance. Do not bring your child unless you find that he is supposed to attend and speak with the judge. Good luck to you.
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