More Information on how to Protect Yourself and Children From CPS


Alice Samantha Thomason and her children who were snatched by Jackson County DFCS Autumn Destiny DeShawna Thomason, Carly and Sara Louvelle Texanna Wilfawn


These are the children Jackson County, Ga DFCS are holding hostage.

There are things that you the parent are not told, will not be told and will never know unless you have access to certain material. I have that material. One of the things that you will not be told is that you have the right to have extended family members at any and all of your hearings. They can give valuable insight into your case. Do not allow CPS or the Judge to tell you different. According to “Resources Guidelines Improving Court Practice in Child Abuse and Neglect Cases” printed by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges you have that right.
“Extended Family Members”
“When relatives either are already actively involved with a child or are interested in caring for a child, their presence can be valuable at a preliminary protective hearing. Relatives can provide essential information about the situation can help protect the child in the home (thus allowing the court to return the child home) and can become the immediate caretaker of the child if necessary. It is helpful for the court to observe the child’s relatives and be able to speak to them directly at the hearing.”
I know for a fact this is not done – When my daughter Alice Samantha Thomason went for her preliminary hearing her grandparents were both there to testify on her behalf. Deidra Sands the guardian ad litem found out that Samantha’s grandparents were waiting to go in to testify and she spoke to Judge Guidry who in turn sent his bailiff out to tell them the courtroom was to small and they were not needed. Deidre knew they had no case.

Under the Section “Other Witnesses” it states:
“It should be remembered that critical decisions affecting the lives of children are made at preliminary protective hearings. While continued placement of a child outside the home prior to adjudication may be essential to a child’s safety, in some cases it also may be unnecessary and traumatic to the child. To ensure careful and informed judicial decisions, the court must make it possible for witnesses to testify at the preliminary protective hearing. When appropriate, the court should be prepared to briefly continue the hearing to allow the testimony of witnesses. …”
Again in Jackson County, Judge Guidry has not allowed this to happen in his courtroom.

The Guidelines also state under “What services will allow the child to remain safely at home?”
To decide whether there are available means to allow a child to be maintained safely at home, the court must be made aware of services available in the community. In neglect cases, for example, emergency homemakers, day care, or in-home-baby- sitters can often eliminate immediate danger to the child. In a wide variety of cases, intensive home- bases services in which professionals spend long periods of time in the home sharply reduce danger to the child.”
Jackson County DFCS did not do this and Judge Guidry did not make it known that it was a requirement.

Also stated in the guideline book- “Has the Agency made reasonable efforts to avoid protective placement of the child?”
“In the connection with the decision to remove a child from home, the court also must determine whether the responsible public agency has made reasonable effort to preserve the family. Upon deciding to remove a child, the court must decide both whether the agency has made reasonable efforts to prevent the need for the child’s removal from home and, whether, within the short time available, the agency has made reasonable effort to make it possible for the child to safely return home. The “reasonable efforts” determination is required by federal law, as a condition for state receipt of federal foster care matching funds. It is also required by statute in most states. ….”
This again was not done by Judge Guidry in the Jackson County Court. It was also not done by anyone at Jackson County DFCS not by the Supervisor Mary Mahoney, Samantha’s former Caseworker Stephanie Smith and not by her current caseworker Katie Bice.

Jackson County, Ga. DFCS and The Piedmont Juvenile Count located in Jackson County Ga. with Judge Guidry presiding have broken everyone of these guidelines. They have railroad Samantha and many more like her simply for the money. They have convoluted the system simply for the money.

About yvonnemason

Background:  The eldest of five children, Yvonne was born May 17, 1951 in Atlanta, Georgia. Raised in East Point, Georgia, she moved to Jackson County, Ga. until 2006 then moved to Port St. Lucie, Florida where she currently makes her home.  Licensed bounty hunter for the state of Georgia. Education:  After a 34 year absence, returned to college in 2004. Graduated with honors in Criminal Justice with an Associate’s degree from Lanier Technical College in 2006. Awards:  Nominated for the prestigious GOAL award in 2005 which encompasses all of the technical colleges. This award is based not only on excellence in academics but also leadership, positive attitude and the willingness to excel in one’s major. Affiliations:  Beta Sigma Phi Sorority  Member of The Florida Writer’s Association – Group Leader for St Lucie County The Dream:  Since learning to write at the age of five, Yvonne has wanted to be an author. She wrote her first novel Stan’s Story beginning in 1974 and completed it in 2006. Publication seemed impossible as rejections grew to 10 years. Determined, she continued adding to the story until her dream came true in 2006. The Inspiration:  Yvonne’s brother Stan has been her inspiration and hero in every facet of her life. He was stricken with Encephalitis at the tender age of nine months. He has defied every roadblock placed in his way and has been the driving force in every one of her accomplishments. He is the one who taught her never to give up The Author: Yvonne is currently the author of several novels, including:  Stan’s Story- the true story of her brother’s accomplishments, it has been compared to the style of Capote, and is currently being rewritten with new information for re-release.  Tangled Minds - a riveting story about a young girl’s bad decision and how it taints everyone’s life around her yet still manages to show that hope is always possible. This novel has been compared to the writing of Steinbeck and is currently being written as a screenplay. This novel will be re-released by Kerlak Publishing in 2009  Brilliant Insanity – released by Kerlak Publishing October 2008  Silent Scream – Released by Lulu.com October 2008- Slated to be made into a movie Yvonne’s Philosophy in Life - “Pay it Forward”: “In this life we all have been helped by others to attain our dreams and goals. We cannot pay it back but what we can do is ‘pay it forward’. It is a simple
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