I definitely understand your concern but if there is a court order, you should comply with it so no issues come up that could be to your detriment.
What is the status on the pending court case?
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If you feel that your child is not safe at all, the only thing you can do is call DCF. Otherwise, you have to wait for your Court date. Good luck.
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If you don't like the order....then move to change it. But you cannot violate it absent direct danger.
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It is in your best interest to follow the court's orders as they are in effect today not what you think it will say after the hearing date. In the meantime, contact DCF at (800)96-ABUSE if there is a clear need to protect your child. DCF investigators look at the criminal and past DCF records for persons whom are requesting contact with the child as well as do home studies (check out the homes where the child could be) to make sure it is safe. If there is a problem, DCF can shelter the child from the mother and maternal grandmother and place her solely with you. The courts will not hold you in contempt when you contact the appropriate party and let them make the determination rather than just blatantly disregarding the Judge's order.Ask a similar question
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