For Sandee and Jeff Winkelman, the money to pay lawyers ran out in 2004. But they still had their son Jacob to fight for, so they kept going on their own.

Jacob is their son, now 9 years old, who has autism. At one point for Jacob, says Sandee, “laying on the floor and screaming — that was his day at school.”

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