Consumer Protection Division Complaint - Child Custody
KILLEEN, TEXAS -- As a honest consumer from your state, I felt it was my responsibility to bring to your attention the following incident.
I have a copy of an audio taping of my case that has an error made by a state representative for a state agency, and never corrected by the judge who did this hearing or by the person who made the miss statement. Can this be thrown out of court and another hearing be scheduled? I have an affidavit of possession filed by the grandmother, stating she had the child since 2 days of birth but never told the agency the mother had resided with her taking care of the child and was getting state assistant and child support from the Attorney General. Can this affidavit be considered a default? Prior to the affidavit and to the hearing, the child was living with the grandmother under a POA given by the mother. The child was then suppose to have lived with us since I serve in the US Army and we were married prior to the affidavit and the hearing. The grandmother refused to give the child offer and no one of the proper authorities would assist us in getting the child since the grandmother did not have full custody of the child. Can I file kidnapping charges since the child should have been with me prior to any of the documents becoming of existence? How do I get a subpoena without having to get an attorney to get some important documents to support this case?
As a resolution, I would like the following:
I would like for the Office of The Attorney General to go back and review all information that should have been reviewed prior to the affidavit and the court hearing. The key factor is that the child was suppose to have been with us prior to any of these documents came about. This considered kidnapping on the grandmother's part since she refused to give the child over.
Please feel free to contact me if you would like more details regarding this incident.