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Why am I charged with child endangerment when my son wasn’t hurt?

I’m an immigrant and not yet in this country legally. I live alone with my 5 year old son and work under the table at a nearby restaurant. I was called into work unexpectedly and had no one to watch my son, so I took him to my neighbor’s house just for a few hours. I know my neighbor deals drugs but he’s always been good to my son and I’ve never seen anything dangerous happen at his house. While I was at work, the house was raided by the cops. The police are now saying I could be charged with Nevada child endangerment, even though I never laid a hand on my son and even though he wasn’t hurt in any way. They say I could face years in jail and deportation if these charges go through. What do I do to fight this? What would happen to my son if I was deported?
Published on 03/08/21
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Will the state help us with our foster kids’ medical needs?

My husband and I have two foster boys, ages 4 and 7. They are siblings and came from a terrible environment. Both are on the autism spectrum and have some other emotional and medical needs that may be lifelong. The Las Vegas foster care agency we’ve been working with is pushing us to adopt, but we aren’t sure we could meet all of their expenses if our foster care stipend was cut off. We asked several of the social workers about financial assistance after an adoption goes through but they said we need to talk to a lawyer about negotiating it. Does the foster care agency give financial help to adoptive parents if the children have ongoing medical costs?
Published on 03/08/21
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