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I would be crying hysterically having to deal with one of those social workers with their buzz cut hair and their army boots. Ignoring a medical expert can be considered abuse of discretion by a court. Thus, presenting the psychiatric information to the court as expert testimony
is indeed the proper way to go with these cases as the court tends to side with expert witnesses over an attorney who has no experience with children compared to the psychiatrist.
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