Queens ACS Lawyer Wins Not Guilty Verdict for Innocent Mother in Family Court

ACS wrongfully accused a mother of harming her sick child. Queens ACS lawyer, Michael Discioarro, was able to prove to the court that the mother was innocent and ACS was trumping up charges against the family.

The case of ACS v. J.H was a difficult one. The child in question was born in a very difficult manner and as a result, sustained childbirth injuries. As a result, the child underwent numerous surgeries to alleviate the injuries to his head. During one of the hospital stays, ACS witness, Dr. Jamie Hoffman-Rosenfeld, determined that the child was intentionally injured by someone. ACS lawyers then drafted a petition that accused both the mother and father of abusing their child.

The child was placed in foster care for 18 months while the court case dragged on. Finally, the case was sent to The Hon. J. Caloras for trial. Because of ACS delays, the trial dragged on for months. ACS was represented by attorney Dafna Schindler. ACS attorney Michael S. Discioarro was able to cross-examine all of ACS's witnesses including Dr. Hoffman-Rosenfeld.

"In the end, we were able to show that ACS simply had no case. They tortured this poor family for almost two years. My client is a loving mother who did nothing but the best for her baby. We appreciate the Court giving us justice," Mr. Discioarro said.

ACS is the New York City agency charged with protecting children. In fact, they fail the children of NYC every day. Dozens of children have died after they failed to help them. "It is shameful," Mr. Discioarro said. If your family has been targeted by ACS, contact The Law Offices of Michael S. Discioarro, LLC at 917-519-8417.

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