Click on the “Discovery” pdf link below to learn about acceptable forms of discovery in the state of Texas. This information should be helpful to any forced litigants sui juris, de jure, in propria persona, or, simply and coercively, in “pro se,” especially in child protective services witch hunt cases and those engineered custody-switching scams contrived and solicited by the Office of the Texas Attorney General and Child Support Enforcement, one of many similar criminal enterprises, in this author’s experienced opinion. Good luck! Keep fighting!
Source: DFPS (Department of Family and Protective Services), Section 4 Discovery, November 2013, http://www.dfps.state.tx.us/documents/Child_Protection/Practice_Guide/Section_4_Discovery/Discovery.pdf
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