Monthly Archives: May 2013

Remembering Memorial Day 2013

Each man is a hero and an oracle to somebody. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson   As we approach Memorial Day, I would like to take the time and ponder a moment on what Memorial Day actually means.  From a historical stand … Continue reading

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Failure to make discovery; motion to compel; sanctions; expenses

O.C.G.A. 9-11-37 (2010)9-11-37. Failure to make discovery; motion to compel; sanctions; expenses (a) Motion for order compelling discovery. A party, upon reasonable notice to other parties and all persons affected thereby, may apply for an order compelling discovery as follows: … Continue reading

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The Coalition’s Visit to the Capitol a success

I know  I haven’t taken the time to update this blog since the Georgia Coalition’s visit to the Governor’s Mansion.  With our stories and knowledge of this broken system we were able to turn a few heads.  The visit was … Continue reading

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§ 19-15-4 – Georgia Child Fatality Review Panel

http://statutes.laws.com/georgia/title-19/chapter-15/19-15-4   O.C.G.A. 19-15-4 (2010)19-15-4. Georgia Child Fatality Review Panel(a) There is created the Georgia Child Fatality Review Panel as defined in paragraph (7) of Code Section 19-15-1.(b) The Office of the Child Advocate for the Protection of Children shall … Continue reading

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The Constitution and Child Protective Services

This test is used as a training tool to teach caseworkers about your rights under the law and how to do their job, without violating your rights. “Full notes can be found here @ Kidjacked.com” Objectives After completing this course, … Continue reading

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Foster care homes cited for unspeakable abuses across Georgia

Paige Roberts In recent years, Georgia has increasingly depended on private agencies to place children in foster homes and group homes. The state has also depended on these private agencies to supervise much of the care the children receive. The … Continue reading

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