The judge would likely view this mother as abusing the system and filing false claims against others to direct attention away from her. If child services found nothing improper, then the false report would appear to be just another shameless act by her.
In fact, the grandparents could have a claim against the mother for making a false affidavit or filing a false report, which can carry criminal consequences.
Because of the history with this judge, and her continued failures to abide by the orders of the court, it is very likely that the judge isn't going to give the mother the benefit of any doubt.
No problem - - I wish you luck with this as I know it's a very tough situation.
No problem. I hope things turn out well.
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