Judge Orders CPS to Have No Contact with Children They Took from Family

After Michael and Melissa Bright’s infant son fell and hurt his head, they took him to a hospital. The hospital reported the Brights to CPS, which then took both of their children by emergency removal. 

However, after a CPS caseworker pled the Fifth when asked at a “show cause” hearing why he removed the Bright’s children, the Family Court Judge told CPS to have no contact with the Bright children.

According to Dennis Slate, a family law attorney, the affidavit CPS used to remove the children was “full of mistruths, half truths, and outright lies.”

During the three days that the children were in CPS custody, their daughter suffered a black eye and a rash.

A sanctions hearing is scheduled for later this month.

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