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What is the chance of the biological father getting custody if a mother has two DUIs and she moved to a different state and will not let the father know the residence?

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2006-03-14 10:52:53
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If a judge has granted you visitation rights, then it's called kidnapping, if you have never been granted visitations, time to get a lawyer, and get your visitations, you have rights too as a father, the DUI will possibly help you get joint or sole custody, good luck!

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