I am going to do a writ of haebus corpus to try to get custody of my child back. The state has custody (CPS in other words). I need to know two things: 1. The procedure, I prepare the paper. And then what? I give it to Family Court at the clerks office and they stamp it and send it to the appellate division? 2. Who decides my writ? The family court judge in my case or the appellate division?
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