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A Question of Justice

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A Question of Justice

     In family court, you are the only one a part of a case who doesn't work for the state, so should a case involving termination of parental rights, should the case be heard before a jury?

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I am a parent-child advocate with the United Parents Network, and I work with families that have complaints of CPS / DCF abuse of power. Our goal is expose this abuse to stop the wrongful removal of children from their homes.
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