My question involves civil rights in the State of: Ohio. I am a single father experiencing what I believe is a violation of my civil rights. I have a 9 year old son and originally shared parenting with his mother (a practicing bankruptcy attorney in Ohio) until the presiding Juvenile Court magistrate removed all of my rights. My son was physically abused by his mother which I reported, to not only the police department or the city in which she resides but also the local department of children and family services as well. The case worker came to my home and interviewed me and my son, viewed his injuries, and instructed me to keep him at my home pending further investigation, which I recorded for my records. I then filed a motion for emergency custody with the Court that was ignored by the magistrate who instead recognized a motion filed by the mother requesting that my parenting rights be removed and a warrant issued for my arrest. As a result, I was arrested and spent three days in jail resulting in missing an important work opportunity as well as losing the opportunity to provide a safe environment to my son. Upon researching the particulars of the arrest, I discovered that the reason noted was "neglect and non-support", which was fictitious because there was no order for child support in existence and the only neglect was the injuries my son suffered at the hands of his mother. I have subsequently lost all of my rights with my son and believe that there should be recourse for these actions. Any insight would be appreciated.