In a CPS dependency case in an AZ juvenile court, CPS was asking the judge for a decision on reasonable efforts.They presented no evidence. I asked my attorney if I could say something she told me no. I never got to speak at all and never had a chance to give evidence. The whole hearing lasted less than 3 minutes and that question was about 15 seconds. Is that a violation of my right to due process? I read in some handbook/guidelines for judges and attorneys specifically for this type of decision there should be a hearing specifically for that with both sides having a chance to show evidence. And is there a statute of limitations?