In December 2019, CPS dismissed its case and dropped all allegations against the Pardo family. Now, CPS has placed the family on the Child Abuse Registry.
About Jeremy NewmanJeremy Newman became Director of Public Policy for THSC in Fall 2013. Jeremy is a home school graduate and was homeschooled from an early age when his family moved to Texas from California. The third of six children, Jeremy now lives with his wife, Addi, and his two sons, Wyatt and Declan, in Dallas. Jeremy got his Juris Doctorate degree from Oak Brook College of Law and he currently teaches Lincoln-Douglas debate in the NCFCA, a national home school speech and debate league.
As with the Pardos, parents who are completely innocent can be dubbed “child abusers” at the will of CPS.
According to the unanimous opinion from SCOTX, the lower district court’s decision to keep Chris and Ann apart wasn’t just a little bit wrong, it was completely wrong.
The enormous force it took for the courts to finally decide a fit father had the constitutional right to the custody of his own daughter was impossible for the average family.
The Supreme Court of Texas’ parental rights ruling corrected an injustice and ensured that parental rights will be protected in future cases.
Report Says Texas Courts are Systematically Abusing Families. Will the Texas Supreme Court Intervene?Jeremy Newman2020-05-19T17:05:25-05:00
We found a stunning and systematic disregard for the rights of Texas families over the last two decades.
The Texas Supreme Court is currently considering a case that could upend a century of constitutional protections for families.
TX Supreme Court: Fiance has not accused Chris of any wrongdoing but argues that he should be able to take custody of Ann away from Chris.
Tarrant County judges will convene for an emergency meeting to consider whether to remove all CPS cases from Judge Alex Kim’s court.