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I want to get my name clear from ACS records. Cause it wasn’t done the correct way?

Q: The situation is like this I was indicted on chargers of knowing my niece was using drug and also I didn’t have the right amount of food in my house. Now I can go back to that date it was a day after Father’s Day I just had giving a father day cookout out. For my dad. Who just survive cancer it’s was in 2011 it was a fight with my nieces and there friends. My niece threaten to call acs on me and she did. I already had a work at this time she already knew what was going on. So with that being said. She sent us to this clinic for my niece to get a drug test and when we arrived at the place they didn’t have my niece name down. So the worker was never talked to again. So then after that my niece got into another situation at school acs was called. And that’s when I found out that I was indicted but I had cases before this and they helped us this lady didn’t help do nothing but put the case as indicated now as you see I said I just had a father day cookout. Now why wouldn’t I have food. The next day I had raw food that needed to be cooked. And at that time my nieces wasn’t doing no drugs. So my issues is. This with all that that went on years later acs needed my help with.

A: If your indicated report was from 2011, then it may be too late to move to “unfound” it. Generally one has up to 90 days to file a request to “unfound” a report. This may be waived, however, by either child welfare or the Admin Judge. Schedule a consult with a Westchester Child Abuse defense attorney for a full assessment. 

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