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Desparation in DFCS in Barrow County Ga in Judge Kevin Guidry’s court

January 4, 2011 1 comment

IN THE JUVENILE COURT OF BARROW COUNTY

DFCS in Barrow county which is next to Jackson County which is all in the same District (Piedmont) has totatly gone over the edge. This kid is 17 years old. He can legally leave home in Georgia and the cops will not even look for him. But yet DFCS steps in and accuses him mother of depravation. Please, how insane have they gone. These people are so desparate for money they are now taking grown kids.

STATE OF GEORGIA

IN THE INTEREST OF:

RANDY ALLEN CAIN JR

DOB: 08/13/93

AGE: 17 YEARS

SEX: MALE

A CHILD UNDER THE AGE OF EIGHTEEN

CASE NO. 007-10-J-526

NOTICE OF SUMMONS

TO; PATRICIA LYNN MATHIS, MOTHER OF THE ABOVE-NAMED CHILDREN

By order for service by publication dated the 19th day of November 2010, you are hereby notified that on the 16th day of November 2010, the Barrow County Department of Family and Children Services filed a Petition for Deprivation to Assume Temporary Custody after First Extension and Request for Permanency Hearing against you as to R.C.

This Court will conduct a hearing on the above-styled matter pursuant to O.C.G.A. Section 15-11-39.2 on January 6, 2011 at 9 o’clock A.M. at the Barrow County Juvenile Court, located at the Jackson County Courthouse, 5000 Jackson Parkway, Courtroom 5, Jefferson, Georgia 30549. The findings of fact and interlocutory orders made shall become final without further evidence unless you appear at the hearing.

The child or children and other parties involved may be represented by a lawyer at all stages of these proceedings. If you want a lawyer, you may choose and hire your own lawyer. If you want to hire a lawyer, please contact your lawyer immediately. If you want a lawyer but are not able to hire a lawyer without undue financial hardship, you may ask for a lawyer to be appointed to represent you. The Court would inquire into your financial circumstances and if the Court finds you to be financially unable to hire a lawyer, then a lawyer will be appointed to represent you. If you want a lawyer appointed to represent you, you must let the Court or the officer of this Court handling this case know that you want a lawyer immediately.

WITNESS, the Honorable Kevin J. Guidry, Judge of said Court, this the 19th day of November 2010.

REGINA B. MCINTYRE

CLERK

BY CONNIE Y. MOORE

DEPUTY CLERK

BARROW COUNTY JUVENILE COURT

BARROW COUNTY COURTHOUSE

WINDER GEORGIA

NO.6716

TR49-4-PP-12/28/10-6716

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