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Appellate Court sides with CPS despite law violation (access required)

Child Protective Services doesn’t have to follow the law when temporarily taking a child from his or her parents until there’s been a hearing to determine whether the child has been abused or neglected, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.

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