Mr. Cernyar is correct. Filing a civil rights violation claim would be a good approach assuming you can get an attorney to do that. Filing a complaint or grievance with CPS would also be appropriate as they could conduct an internal review of the situation. My experience with CPS is that they pre-determine outcomes and add the facts to back up their position. You should post this in the practice area for civil-civil rights. Good Luck. Hope this helps??
Visit a civil rights attorney so that you can perfect your claim. Once the claim is in you sit and wait for a response. Then you move forward with your attorney. Good luck.
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