Rachel Bruno responded openly when police at the hospital told her that they were there to help her.
Her seven week old son had a serious traumatic brain injury, and might not survive the night.
What happened next would turn her whole family’s lives upside down, and become the subject of a million-plus-dollar lawsuit.
Today, Bruno helps other parents navigate the child protective system through writing and speaking on the topic.
You will learn:
- The child protective services world and rules are vastly different than the criminal justice arena.
- Having a lawyer present when being interrogated for a high-stakes matter can save time and stress for the accused.
- A child’s early separation from his/her parents can create psychological struggles for the child that last long after the separation has resolved.
Bio: Rachel is the author of Fractured Hope: A Mother’s Fight For Justice. She is a graduate of Pepperdine University, has two sons and is an advocate for parental rights.
To find out more about Rachel, connect with her HERE