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.
Temporary orders for child custody fail to provide adequate due process protections for Texas children and families.
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.
Chris and his 5-year-old daughter, Ann, are petitioning the state’s highest civil court for an order protecting their parent-child relationship from intrusion by an unrelated man
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.
Recently, “Harvard Magazine” published an article espousing the belief of Harvard Law Professor Elizabeth Bartholet that a "presumptive ban" should be placed on homeschooling. A national uproar ensued.