I would hope he has an attorney by now. The issue is CPS is very well known for having the reputation of being a malicious, negligent and abusive agency, so it does not surprise me that they had either mistakes or outright lies in their affidavit. His attorney needs to be challenging the statements in the affidavit by presenting actual evidence to the court, BUT the problem is that he does have a sex offense on his record and he does have a burglary type crime, so the court can consider this to be "harmless" misrepresentations because it would not make a difference in the decision. The lack of evidence on the other hand is a bit different and he needs to present some evidence on his behalf showing they have not met their burden of proof against him with these allegations.
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