About 2yrs. ago I received a call that a parent complained that she signed a blank signature sheet of my visit to her home instead of time recorded. I disputed that and stated mother recently was depressed cuz her partner left. My office stated I was fired pending a full investigation of all my cases. When I contacted the mother she stated that she felt pressure by them & confused and she would fix it. Shortly after my leaving mother went into deep depression and her children were removed from her home. Prior to this I was informed at another agency that a parent (Doctors) complained I wasn't giving behavioral service & they were not pleased. their child was denied those services so I only gave assign svs. Job told me they would inform parent but instead fired me & contacted other job .
I would certainly find an attorney. Good luck.
I am an attorney licensed to practice law in Ohio and some Federal Courts throughout the United States. I am not answering your question to solicit you as a client and there is a good chance that I am not licensed to practice law in the state that you reside. I hope that you find my assistance beneficial and, at most, use my advise as a finger pointing in the right direction. An attorney client relationship is not established by posting back and forth online. One of the most beneficial aspects of working with an attorney is the attorney client privilege which does not exist when you post personal facts online to faceless strangers. Hire an attorney if you want specific legal advise. If you cannot afford one, call your local bar association or search "(your city) legal aid" online. The fact that you took the time to post your question online likely means that you could use the aid of an attorney. Call around your area and see if any local attorneys offer free consultations.
In any situation involving potential criminal charges, you should not post on sites like avvo or on any social media site information about the potential charges. You should only discuss a potential criminal matter in person or by telephone with an experienced criminal defense attorney in your area.
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Why are you posting on this public forum when you are stating facts which are not protected by any type of privilege and are in some cases a declaration against your interest. the best thing you can do is immediately keep your mouth shut, and consult an attorney, before, the criminal investigation escalates to an actual criminal prosecution.
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There is two things you must immediately do. First, stop all postings on line and secondly, retain an experienced criminal defense attorney who practices in Federal Court. Do not speak to any agents prior to speaking with a lawyer. Good luck.
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