I dont believe so. I do know the police were contacted for domestic disputes in his previous marriage. He has been treated for leukemia for well over 10 years now and receives Ativan for anxiety which he abuses along with narcotic pain meds. However have been unable to prove the substance abuse. Thank you for responding
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§ 14-10-129. Modification of Parenting Time in applicable part states:
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Thank you very much for hearing me and getting back to me. This helps.
I do have another question but it is a seperate issue all related to the same person and custody. I will contact you later.
I do have another question that I just posted. Would greatly appreciate if you could advice me in some way. It has to with false negative paternity DNA testing done by the father of my child in 2010. First test came back 99.9% false negative. I had to fight to get an order from the courts to have him retest. He even fought the retesting orders. He is Asian and my child has dominant Asian features. He still fought the retest. eventually the courts ordered him to retest and ordered he rinse out his mouth prior to retesting. The second test came back a mixed match. At that point the lab DDC Diagnostics got suspicious. They had cleared lab error on their part . After the mixed match result he was ordered to submit nails, hair and blood. He refused to give blood. He did submit nails which the DNA was a perfect match. This whole process took over a year with the courts involvement. I was treated horribly. I never received a valid reason or an apology from the lab as to all these negative tests. I have spoken with and am ready to retain a DNA investigator who is convinced that fowl play on the part of the father was involved. he can prove this by neutral investigating of the DNA tests performed. He needs an attorney to work with. Please advice me on how to proceed or how to find an attorney. I am unsure as to who to sue or how to go about suing but feel very strongly I have a case. I ultimately want to be able to prove that the father tampered with the tests or bribed someone. Thank you
The concept of “preponderance of the evidence” can be visualized as a scale representing the burden of proof, with the totality of evidence presented by each side resting on the respective trays on either side of the scale. If the scale tips ever so slightly to one side or the other, the weightier side will prevail. If the scale does not tip toward the side of the party bearing the burden of proof, that party cannot prevail.
However, first, you have to have a legal basis to file a lawsuit against the lab. If you have a legal basis, then you have to be able to prove your case by a preponderance of the evidence.
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