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Beverly,This is a situation where if you see that the report and the testimony is somehow incorrect, you or your attorney find the means to dispute and impeach the credibility of the person who made the reports. In your case it appears that two prior courts sided with the parents and with the report that was made against you and that is of course not a good sign but it is still possible to prevail--you just need to have your attorney find holes in testimony and find legitimate inconsistencies with what was reported. The fact that you believe (or know) the report to be untrue is no longer relevant as what is truly relevant is what the courts believe, so the job here is to convince them if possible.Good luck.
Beverly,Then your attorney must object to the language on your behalf and ask that the report be edited or withdrawn from evidence on the fact that the information is untrue or incorrect. But you can only make that argument and make that claim if you have evidence that the information is true. Typically you have to object to the report when it is initially presented, not once it was moved into evidence (that is something your attorney should have done for you).Good luck.