yes I have proof. my son is 15 and he failed the U/A and told his probation officer it was because his mother made him leave with her and he knew he wasn't supposed to go. So since he was going to violate anyway he might as well get high. That is what he told the officer
I need help finding the forms.
Sir, I have asked the clerk repeatedly for the papers to file contempt and the papers for an emergency modification. They tell me to seek legal advise. i cannot afford it. Cps says it's an on going investigation so i can't get any records and in the meantime my son does drugs and gets gang tattoos(huge tats!). Can you please just show me which papers i need. I'm sure they're online. He's a great kid who's just following the example he's provided. He plays every sport well and he's very smart. But i'm sick and broke. I just need the forms
thanks. I would rate you but it seems to charge me every time i do-even though i have a monthly prescription. I just went an arraignment hearing for my son Bryce, at which his mother had also been arrested for harboring a fugitive( my kid's older brother) even though they're all felons together she still has custody-Amazing! I used to let it all slide because my son had a high(3.8) gpa and no trouble. The last year has been hell! I can't get anyone to listen. It's the worst gang banging wild west nightmare a father could imagine. Anyway thanks, That was helpful. I don't have much money right now but, when i do I'll tip you. This is very important to me. I may not have a lot of time. I am doing experimental chemo(no shit). I have a wonderful healthy smart athletic son to save. I'm trying to do it legally. He loves them. sincerely, bigdad(no real names right?)
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