Child Protective Services wants a do-over.
After months of not providing required evidence of abuse and neglect to lawyers representing parents of the hundreds of children taken in the raid on the Fundamentalist LDS Church’s YFZ Ranch, CPS acknowledged the case is so overwhelmingly big that full evidence discovery is nearly impossible.
“The biggest thing the department is asking for is, basically, a mulligan,” CPS attorney Charles Childress said in a court hearing Thursday in San Angelo. “There was no intentional deceit, no intentional plan to deny evidence to parents or attorneys.”
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