Thank you for your reply.
If the case was remanded, this means that your case was sent back to the court to be scheduled for another trial, which means the child will not be returned until another trial is held I am afraid. The appeals court ruling simply cancelled the verdict
and this means you need to have your attorney go back to court and fight back in the lower court for the custody of the child to be returned. They do not have to return the child though until they rehear the case on the remand.
Also, the state has 30 days to appeal the remand if they choose to do so or set a new trial
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