Why, who and how long you have.

DO NOT TELL THE SOCIAL WORKERS!

WHY SHOULD I SUE CPS?

  1. Section 1983 (KEEP THIS ON TOP!)
  2. Section 1985 Conspiracy to Deprive Civil Rights
  3. First Amendment Retaliation Claim Intimate Association
  4. First Amendment Right to Redress the Government
  5. Fourteenth Amendment Familial Association Claim
  6. Deprivation of parental rights
  7. COVID-19 Visitation
  8. Harassment/Stalking
  9. Withholding Exculpatory Evidence
  10. Willful Abandonment
  11. Unlawfully harboring a minor
  12. RICO Act
  13. Violating ASFA of 1997
  14. Emotional Distress (IIED)
  15. False Light
  16. Age Discrimination
  17. Racial Discrimination
  18. Gender Discrimination
  19. Disability Discrimination
  20. Negligent Investigation
  21. Negligent Placement
  22. Falsified Documents
  23. Perjury/Forgery
  24. False Misrepresentation
  25. Judicial Bias
  26. Official Misconduct
  27. Making False Certificate
  28. Procedural Due Process Violation
  29. 1st Amendment Violation
  30. 9th Amendment Violation
  31. 4th Amendment Violation
  32. 14th Amendment Violation
  33. 8th Amendment Violation
  34. Signature under Duress
  35. Child Trafficking
  36. Parental Alienation
  37. Sexual Assault
  38. Sexual Harassment
  39. Suborning Perjury
  40. Covering Forgery
  41. Not Making Reasonable Efforts
  42. Willful Negligence
  43. HIPAA Violations
  44. Malicious Prosecution
  45. Miscarriage of Justice
  46. Slander/Libel
  47. Failure to Train
  48. Failure to Protect from Suicidal Action
  49. Failure to Protect from Attack
  50. Denial of Adequate Medical Care
  51. Duty to Protect Child in Foster Care
  52. State Created Danger
  53. Excessive Force
  54. Unlawful Seizure Warrant Application
  55. Liability Through Inadequate Screening
  56. States constitution violations.
  57. Local Court Rules
  58. 18 U.S.C. § 1590 Servitude
  59. 18 U.S.C. § 245(b)(2)
  60. 18 U.S.C. § 1591 Sex Trafficking by Force
  61. 18 U.S.C. § 1589 Trafficking
  62. 18 U.S.C. § 1584 Involuntary Servitude
  63. 18 U.S.C. § 1592 Unlawful Conduct w/documents
  64. 18 U.S.C. § 1593 Mandatory Damage
  65. 18 U.S.C. § 1594(b) and (c) Conspiracy
  66. Defamation
  67. Failure to Intervene
  68. Deliberate Indifference to Medical Condition
  69. Substantial Risk of Harm
  70. Tampering w/Witness
  71. Child Privacy Rights
  72. Misappropriation of Title Funding
  73. Misleading Advertising
  74. Promoting Disorder ADHD

WHO SHOULD I SUE?

  1. No immunity for the City.
  2. Social workers (individual capacity)
  3. Guardian Ad Litem (individual capacity)
  4. Judge (individual capacity)
  5. Commissioner (individual capacity)
  6. Bailiff (individual capacity)
  7. Transcriptionist (individual capacity)
  8. School District (official capacity)
  9. Attorney General (individual capacity)
  10. Police Department (official capacity)
  11. City of ___________ (city is considered a “person”)
  12. County of  __________(official capacity)
  13. Do not name Child Protective Services
  14. Drug and Alcohol Counselor (individual capacity)
  15. CPS Supervisors (individual capacity)
  16. Teacher (individual capacity)
  17. Nurse (individual capacity)
  18. Doctor (individual capacity)
  19. Hospital (official capacity)
  20. Daycare worker (individual capacity)
  21. Court clerk (individual capacity)
  22.  Visitation Monitor (individual capacity)
  23. CPS Area Administrators (individual capacity)
  24. CASA (individual capacity)
  25. Your Attorney (individual capacity)
  26. Foster Parents (individual capacity)
  27. Police Officer (individual capacity)
  28. Police Chief (individual capacity)
  29. Police Detective (individual capacity)
  30. Prosecuting Attorney (individual capacity)
  31. Division of Child Support (official capacity)
  32. College or School (official capacity)
  33. Oversight Agency (official capacity)
  34.  Fireman (individual capacity)
  35.  Volunteer (individual capacity)
  36.  Receptionist (individual capacity)
  37.  Commission for Judicial Conduct (official capacity)
  38. 911 Operator (individual capacity)
  39.  Coroner (individual capacity)
  40.  News Anchor (individual capacity)
  41. Childs Father/Mother (individual capacity)
  42. Prison Guard (Individual Capacity)
  43. Private Investigator (individual Capacity)
  44. Probation Officer (individual Capacity)
  45. Department of Corrections(Official Capacity)
  46. Local Jail (Official Capacity)
  47. _____County Government(Official Capacity)

WHEN SHOULD I SUE?

  1. ALABAMA- 2 YEARS
  2. ARIZONA- 2 YEARS
  3. ALASKA- 2 YEARS
  4. ARKANSAS- 3 YEARS
  5. CONNECTICUT- 2-3 YEARS
  6. CALIFORNIA- 2 YEARS
  7. COLORADO- 2 YEARS
  8. DC- 3 YEARS
  9. DELAWARE- 2 YEARS
  10. FLORIDA- 4 YEARS
  11. GEORGIA- 2 YEARS
  12. HAWAII- 2 YEARS
  13. IDAHO- 2 YEARS
  14. IOWA- 2 YEARS
  15. ILLINOIS- 2 YEARS
  16. INDIANA- 2 YEARS
  17. KENTUCKY- 1 YEAR
  18. KANSAS-2 YEARS
  19. LOUISIANA- 1 YEARS
  20. MAINE- 2-6 YEARS
  21. MASSACHUSETTS- 3 YEARS
  22. MARYLAND- 3 YEARS
  23. MICHIGAN- 3 YEARS
  24. MISSISSIPI-  3 YEARS
  25. MINNESOTA-2 YEARS
  26. MISSOURI- 5 YEARS
  27. MONTANA- 2-3 YEARS
  28. NEBRASKA- 4 YEARS
  29. NEVADA- 2 YEARS
  30. NEW HAMPSHIRE- 3 YEARS
  31. NEW JERSEY- 1 YEARS
  32. NEW MEXICO-4 YEARS
  33. NEW YORK- 3 YEARS
  34. NORTH CAROLINA- 3 YEARS
  35. NORTH DAKOTA- 6 YEARS
  36. OHIO- 2 YEARS
  37. OREGON- 2 YEARS
  38. OKLAHOMA- 2 YEARS
  39. PENNSYLVANIA-  2 YEARS
  40. RHODE ISLAND- 3 YEARS
  41. SOUTH CAROLINA- 3 YEARS
  42. SOUTH DAKOTA- 3 YEARS
  43. TENNESSEE- 1 YEAR
  44. TEXAS- 2 YEARS
  45. UTAH- 4 YEARS
  46. VERMONT- 3 YEARS
  47. WEST VIRGINIA- 2 YEARS
  48. VIRGINIA- 2 YEARS
  49. WASHINGTON- 3 YEARS
  50. WISCONSIN- 3 YEARS
  51. WYOMING- 4 YEARS