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entry 1--legally trying to survive w/no other help...

tara34 started this conversation

REFERENCE: MY BETER-THAN-FICTION, REAL AND TRUE ACCOUNTS OF MY LIFE-UP THRU TODAY. THE LAST YEAR....THE ULTIMATE TRIALS.......(MY OWN BLOG). I COULD REALLY USE INFORMATION, WHETHER IT BE LEGAL, SOCIAL, OR COUNSELLING. I WONT TURN DOWN ANY ADVICE I CAN GET. COURSE IF THERE IS A FOUNDATION THAT CAN HELP ME FIGURE OUT WHAT MY NEXT MOVE IS, ;   IM ALL EARS. RIGHT NOW, THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS TO GET MY CHILDREN BACK FROM FOSTER CARE. I CANT EVEN BELIEVE I AM HAVING TO SAY THAT. THEY WERE TAKEN OUT OF MY HOUSE BECAUSE A COP, WHO DIDNT HAVE RIGHTS TO BE IN MY HOUSE, CALLED DCFS , TOLD HER ID BE GOING TO JAIL. HE ALSO KNEW AT THAT POINT THAT HE WAS NOT TAKING ME TO JAIL. I HAVE NEVER BEEN EITHER. THE THREE SPEEDING TICKETS I HAVE HAD IN THE 19 YEARS IVE DRIVEN IS THE EXTENT OF MY LAW BREAKING EPISODES. THE INTAKER KNEW THAT I WAS NOT IN JAIL 10 MINUTES AFTER SHE TOOK THE REMAINING THREE BABIES FROM ME.       DOES THIS SOUND KOSHER TO ANYONE? GOT ANY ADVICE?       LOTS MORE TO THE STORY, IF UR INTERESTED. TC

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Brighan

A few questions:

1) What State do you live in?

2) What does the police and county report say about your situation?

3) Who was watching the kids while the police dragged you down to the station? Are you married or divorced?

Here, in Minnesota, the police take the children away if they are in need of protection, in which case it includes immediate health care, food, clothes, and safety if the police feel that child services need to evaluate the home life. In most cases the children are returned after a court hearing if there isn't probable cause to keep them in foster care.

Most child protection services will investigate the home within 24 hours if there isn't an immediate danger to the children.

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