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By Attorney Jennifer Ani

 

A look at the “protective” goals of the child welfare system in light of the growing national acceptance of medical cannabis.

Social workers think a child “might die” from it. They call poison control hotlines to get information about it. An infant is removed from good parents because their home “smells like marijuana.”

A graduate student has four children removed because cannabis plants are found in the home. A Drug Endangered Child Expert testifies as an expert for the County that “CBD” refers to a “new strain of butter or wax” that is being made in that particular county.

Judges think a parent “can get a prescription from any Dr. Feelgood.”

County Counsel worry parents “might get high and drop an infant on the floor.” In chambers, a Judge asks about my cannabis expert, “Is he going to show up in Birkenstocks and a ponytail?” and immediately breaks out in uncontrollable laughter.

Attorney Jennifer Ani is a zealous advocate for her clients rights.

Ani’s law practice includes Juvenile Dependency and Family Law litigation as well as guardianship, adoption, civil rights, juvenile immigration status, marital agreements and dissolution (divorce) mediation, VAWA self-petitions, domestic violence, defense of CPS and child abuse allegations, and legal malpractice.

The Law Office of Jennifer Ani provides reasonably priced, competent, and when appropriate, aggressive legal services.

Jennifer Ani offers a free initial consultation for your Family Law, Divorce, or Juvenile Dependency matter.

 

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1 Comment

  1. Alojamiento web on July 2, 2016 at 12:49 pm

    Should you hire Jen Ani? Definitely. If you do not hire Jen Ani, your children may be at risk from other attorneys not caring about them.