Brian Claypool is representing Noah Cuatro’s great-grandmother, Eva Hernandez, and they are asking for DCFS employees to be prosecuted if they disregarded a court decision in May to grant the boy’s removal from his parents’ custody in the weeks before his death. Claypool is also asking for a criminal investigation and additional scrutiny of the agency’s operations by state or federal watchdogs.
Read the full article on the LA Times website: https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2019-07-16/noah-cuatro-child-abuse-palmdale-boy-death-dcfs-social-worker
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Since his first case in 2006, Mr. Claypool has taken on numerous child sexual abuse cases, wrongful death cases and excessive force cases throughout Southern California and the Pacific Northwest. Mr. Claypool is passionate about fighting for your rights. Mr. Claypool and the team at Claypool Law Firm are experienced in winning compensation for victims of child sexual abuse, personal injury, discrimination, and more.
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