Foster Parents; Breaking News
Connecticut Parents & CPS.
Breaking news; We may have given a hand up, so to speak by an innovative state that has obviously listened to the people, a novel approach.
One of the biggest problems, we as parents experience with Child Protective Services is that the people who work for this organization have no rules, no accountability, they are under the impression that they are above the Constitution, means nothing to them.
Connecticut, has pioneered to pass new ones, with the recent action is stating clearly that they disagree with CPS tactics. On behalf of thousands of parents who suddenly find persons standing at their door demanding entry. Often a police officer accompanies them in order to give the appearance of having legal authority to do so, when in actuality they have none. Parents who have done nothing wrong, wanting to cooperate with this social worker allow them to enter their home. Parents not understanding their rights then give CPS social workers permission to enter, they do not realize they are bypassing their own Constitutional rights. This is true in every state across the nation.
You see, most parents are under the impression this is what they are expected to do, allow them entry into their home, and then this out of control government entity proceeds to remove their children without cause. This Examiner offers a standing ovation, Connecticut, we applaud you for paving the way for other states to put the skids on CPS. Allow us to explain what has taken place, Connecticut just passed a law that say’s CPS will present a written copy of Connecticut Constitutional rights prior to entering the homes, according to this article this new law goes into effect on Oct. 1sr, 2011.Article on mini miranda rights. Link to HB6312
However, be it known, this article does not mention the fact that parents you do not have to allow them into your home unless they have a search warrant, which they seldom obtain, people who think they are above the law tend not to take time to obey the laws. Keep this in mind when they knock on your door and hand you a copy of your rights, ask to see their warrant.
We urge you get ready for this event. Check out our website. Would it not be pleasant to hand the phone to the social worker and/or the police officer and say “here tell my attorney you don’t need a search warrant” think about. Link.
We also, want to mention attorney Michael Arganof for success in this endeavor, on behalf of parents everywhere, thank you Mr. Arganoff for caring and fighting for parents rights.
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