According to the FLDS couple's attorney, "the state had already tried to move the case back to West Texas and was denied by the 4th Court in a May 22 ruling." Now the state is heading to the 4th Court of Appeals again to overturn the restraining order.
issued the restraining order, which for now keeps Child Protective Services investigators from continuing their investigation.
“I am not going to allow CPS or any other agency to interfere with parents in this state,” the judge said.
This could be the beginning of a chain of events that could actually shut down CPS' investigation into families where there's no allegation of abuse, whereas the Supreme Court's ruling merely sent the kids home but allowed the investigation to continue. Definitely one to watch.
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