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Old 10th February 2020, 01:42 PM   #65
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Originally Posted by Thermal View Post
Seriously. Can't figure out why it doesnt take longer than an hour or so to get the procedural paperwork in order and send out the cavalry. The grandparents surely can fill out the missing juvenile report and have the parents interrogated on the same grounds they were required to present the kids to Idaho courts. Perhaps charge them with failing to report a missing ward, or neglect of welfare, or whatever charge may be fitting. No way they should be sipping Mai Tais as the weeks drag on. Wouldn't not knowing where your minor children were while you left the continent be evidence of neglect on its own?
CPS has a compelling case that they need to locate the children. It should not be an issue to go to the judge to say, "We cannot locate these children and fear for their safety. We need the parents to testify."

Make them properly notified (this is important) and if they don't appear, charge them with contempt.
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