Persistence U with Lizbeth

When You're Accused of a Crime You Didn't Commit, What Can You Do? Author and Accused Infant Abuser Rachel Bruno Shares from Experience What Not to Do

June 29, 2022 Lizbeth Meredith, Rachel Bruno Season 1 Episode 77
Persistence U with Lizbeth
When You're Accused of a Crime You Didn't Commit, What Can You Do? Author and Accused Infant Abuser Rachel Bruno Shares from Experience What Not to Do
Show Notes

Rachel Bruno responded openly when police at the hospital told her that they were there to help her.

Her seven week old son had a serious traumatic brain injury, and might not survive the night.
What happened next would turn her whole family's lives upside down, and become the subject of a million-plus-dollar lawsuit.
Today, Bruno helps other parents navigate the child protective system through writing and speaking on the topic.

You will learn:

  • The child protective services world and rules are vastly different than the criminal justice arena.
  • Having a lawyer present when being interrogated for a high-stakes matter can save time and stress for the accused.
  • A child's early separation from his/her parents can create psychological struggles for the child that last long after the separation has resolved.

Rachel is the author of Fractured Hope: A Mother's Fight For Justice.
To find out more about Rachel, connect with her HERE

For show notes, click HERE

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