WAMUs’s Kojo Nnamdi Explores With Guest Why Decisions Made, Like Those of Arlington CPS and Family Court, are So Flawed

29 Dec

Find out why they can often be so positive they are correct, just to find out they are wrong— and why “expertise” often has little to do with doing something a lot or a long time.

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One Response to “WAMUs’s Kojo Nnamdi Explores With Guest Why Decisions Made, Like Those of Arlington CPS and Family Court, are So Flawed”

  1. Hilda E. Davis December 30, 2011 at 9:42 am #

    I’ve seen nothing about the harm CPS does to families when a man is fraudulently charged with molesting a child and the damage it can do to him and his family. When you’re found Not Guilty and your record expunged, yet the city won’t give you your job back when you were 25 days short of drawing your 20 yr retirement…they won’t respond to request for references, breaking one law after another. They violate the law in putting you on their Registry prior to your trial, when the law requires they “stay all action until after the trial” yet they didn’t. This all happened in Portsmouth, so Arlington isn’t the only area CPS does wrongful acts and hurts families. If you know someone this has happened to, please leave a reply.

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