A statewide effort to prepare for what likely will be the biggest family law case in Texas history includes a search to recruit about 100 lawyer volunteers. Their mission will be to represent hundreds of children recently removed by Child Protective Services from a secretive polygamist compound. The removal petitions CPS filed on April 7 will test Texas' civil justice system in an unprecedented way because of the sheer volume of litigants and the difficult issues involved, family lawyers say.
Polygamist Compound Removal Cases to Test Texas Civil Justice System
April 14, 2008
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