The state and federal governments have the authority to quarantine individuals. Violation of a quarantine order is a crime.
An allegation of child abuse is a serious, life-altering event in a person’s life. Even if you are acquitted of the accusation, you still have to face the court of public opinion and overcome multiple obstacles to restore your reputation.
Connecticut state law identifies many professions who are required to report suspected child abuse or neglect. Failure to do so is a criminal offense.
If you’ve been accused of breaking a protective order, you may have some questions that need to be answered before you choose an attorney to defend your case.
Child custody disputes are an extremely sensitive subject for everyone. Regardless of how you are involved with the child, your motivations stem from the need to make sure that the child is protected at all costs.
Facing false accusations of child abuse can have devastating consequences on your life. If the Connecticut Department of Children and Families files for substantiation, you may have a chance at getting it appealed so you won’t have to suffer the consequences.