CM Gilmore made an announced HV to 3208 Marshall Rd Appling Ga 30802 to ensure the safety and well-being of the children are being met. Mr. and Mrs. Rush, Jacob, and their infant son were present at home. Mr. and Mrs. Rush reported the following:
A trial court’s contempt power is an inherent constitutional power, see Walker v. Bentley, 660 So. 2d 313, 317-318 (Fla. 2d DCA 1995), which must be wielded carefully and with restraint. See Moakley v. Smallwood, 826 So. 2d 221, 227 (Fla. 2002) (“the power of contempt, carries with it the obligation of restrained use and due process”). Thus, to the extent that contempt involves the application of judicial discretion, this Court reviews an order of contempt under the abuse of discretion standard. See Merrill Lynch Trust Co. v. Alzheimer’s Lifeliners Ass’n, Inc., 832 So. 2d 948, 953 (Fla. 2d DCA 2002) (quoting Northstar Invs. & Dev., Inc.
On May 22, 2015 a letter from Mr. Gallagher was forwarded to the Command Center. In his letter, Mr. Gallagher stated the following: (Verbatim) On April 28, 1993, Lillian Hudson, who lived and owned 23A Vernon Avenue Brooklyn, NY, passed away with no known next of kin. This property remained uninhabited for many years. Officer Oneal, who lived down the block, was aware that no family came forward to take control of the premises. On December 07, 2008, Officer Oneal alleges that she suffered serious injury at the premises of 23A Vernon Avenue. On January 20, 2009, Officer Oneal started a lawsuit regarding the alleged injury she received at the above property. This was filed in Kings County Supreme Court under index #1362/2009, Blanche Oneal vs. the
He strolled over to the Jim and Mel, not willing to interrupt. He carefully watched their body language. He realized you truly can read people and places just by observing them. She was over the top ecstatic. Odd that a girl would respond so cheerfully when she was going to be working long hours. It works for me, I will take her under my wing.
The circuit court found that the Department had offered Mother significant services to help facilitate reunification, including consistent contact with Mother, transportation subsidies, housing subsidies, providing referrals to various treatment programs and facilitating visitation options, among many other things. The circuit court further found that Mother had completely failed to comply with her case plan that she had entered into with the Department by failing to complaint parenting classes, and failing to visit the children. Indeed, in her brief, Mother does not appear to challenge the circuit court’s conclusions with respect to the FL § 5-323(d)(1)