You have to follow the existing court orders, unless you can get an emergency order modifying those orders. And, to get that sort of order, you need proof of child abuse. If you think that the knee injuries were caused by abuse and you can get a physician to testify to that, then that would probably be sufficient. But, any physician or nurse who would testify to abuse, would also be obligated to report that abuse to law enforcement. And, if that were to have occurred, then CPS would be involved again.
Therefore, regrettably, and while I understand your angst, you are not presenting facts that rise to the level of child abuse.
Which leaves you back with what I have been saying: if you want to modify custody, then file an OSC, request minor's counsel be appointed, and then hope that your daughter will tell the attorney that she doesn't want to be around mom and/or stepdad anymore.
You can dance around all this for as long as you want, but it won't change the fact that the court needs proof that the best interests of the child are served by a modification of custody. Until you put that sort of evidence in front of the court, the judge will continue to waive off your complaints.
Hope this helps.
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