TALK TO CPS or the POLICE. Talk to your attorney. Child Protective
Services, CPS, has the purpose of protecting children from neglect and
abuse. CPS agents often have good intentions, but are overworked, and
make mistakes. Their actions sometimes lead to the removal of children
from their parents, either on a temporary basis, or sometimes permanent
when termination of parental rights is sought. Nor are all CPS worker
equal. It is almost always a highly-charged emotional situation and CPS
agents sometimes get verbally abused by parents and other family
members, many times undeserved. This treatment of CPS workers is wrong
and almost never helps an already bad situation. While they usually
save children from the worst conditions, it is never a good situation.
It is always traumatic on the children. When CPS makes a mistake or
has been misinformed, it is all the worse. All that stands between you
and the loss of your children is your lawyer, the judge and jury. The
first thing you should do is seek an experienced attorney to represent
you, to bring calm rational reason and investigation, to present your
side and protect your rights before your family and case is damages
further. DON'T TALK TO CPS or POLICE. Even truthful answers can be used against you, as can a misstatement by you. Anything you say will not help and may be used against you. DON'T let the police or CPS in your home unless they have a warrant or court order authorizing them to do so.
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CPS child custody and rights termination cases can arise in many different situations generally in divorces and other affecting the parent child relationship, which include adoptions, terminations, modifications and paternity cases, among others. Sometimes a false cps report is made to gain an advantage in a custody case between private parties.
GALVESTON TRIAL COURT SYSTEM
The county seat of Galveston County is in Galveston, Texas, where all the district and county courts for Galveston County, Texas, are located. The Galveston courts handle civil, family, probate and criminal cases, at 600 59th Street, Galveston, Texas . The District Clerk and County Clerks are also located in Galveston. There are municipal(city) courts are located in the city that the particular court is in. Additionally, there a several justice of peace courts throughout the county. The justice of peace courts have a jurisdiction limit of up to $10,000. They also have original jurisdiction for eviction lawsuits. They also handle minor crimes, Class C misdemeanors, including traffic tickets. The municipal courts also handle Class C misdemeanors and violations of city ordinances. The county and district courts handle more serious crimes. Class B and A misdemeanors are in the county courts, and felonies in the district courts. There are 3 county courts at law in Galveston County, County Courts at law nos. 1, 2 and 3. Divorces and suits affecting the parent-child relationship are held in the 3 county courts at law and the 306th Family District Court. The Galveston Probate court handles, estate issue and guardianships.
The Galveston Juvenile Court handles criminal type conduct by children that would be handled by criminal courts if the child were an adult. A child is someone under the age of 17. Certain minor offenses those at the level of class c misdemeanors committed by children are handled by municipal and justice of peace courts.
The principal functions of a Commissioners Court are legislative. Although referred to as a court, Commissioners Courts generally exercise only limited judicial powers in Texas. Those judicial powers in Texas the ability to compel testimony under oath, the ability to issue citations for contempt, and the ability to make findings of fact. The main power of the court is the power of monetary expenditures within the county. The annually makes the county tax rate and the county budget, setting the salary and budget for independent elected officials, outlining expenditures for departments under its control. The court has the power to make county policies, and sometimes to enact legislation by court orders, among other things
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