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Asked on: 8/19/13, 6:15 pm

My daughter, who recently had a child, has been taken to a hospital for evaluation for Schizophrenia. In her dillusional state, she has made bizarre allegations about me, prompting Child Protective Services to remove grandson from my care. The allegations are unfounded and untrue, of course. The problem is, I've not been allowed to respond to the allegations. There was an initial hearing about my daughter and her child, but I was not allowed to speak during the hearing. There is another hearing coming up at the end of the week.

How do I get to respond to these false allegations if the judge doesn't let me speak?

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