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Even if their charges are only misdemeanors? See, the middle child had a skull fracture and we have documentation that the little baby experienced drug withdrawl and also had an injury inflicted on her by one of her parents while she was still in the hospital. Also what would you say is the likelihood of a 30-day drug rehab program working for addicts using meth, cocaine, marijuana, haroin, oxycodine, and lsd? I have been told they would need at least a 90-day program by a toxicologist is that true? Lastly, thank you so much for your help the hair folicle is a great idea - do you know how long the drugs can be detected in there and do you think we would have a decent chance at termination and adoption in a few months?
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