You would be right to assume that these were serious charges that were brought against my husband. I was told that there wasn't any proof towards these accusations, and I myself never believed what this person was accusing him of. In the beginning I wasn't charged with anything but the authorities still removed the children. I assumed this would all be sorted out once they realized their mistake, but unfortunately several months later they decided to accuse me as an accessory - this was also the day that the courts had finally decided to give me back custody of the children. I was subsequently arrested the following day and have been fighting to get that original custody decision to be carried out. My husband was given bad advise regretfully and he decided to plead to try to help return the children to me (another empty promise that no one will own up to). I have been dragged back and forth to court for everything from child support supposedly not being enough (the guardian's notion) to not having health insurance (a completely untrue statement again from the guardian). My lawyer rarely has anything to say about the constant bombardment these days and it makes me wonder about the cold shoulder that I am recieving. Am I just being paranoid where he is concerned or do I need to be cautious?