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Social Worker ‘Fishing Expedition’ Case Dismissed
The Willits family was faithfully homeschooling their eight children in Lenawee County, Michigan. Little did they know the trouble that was around the corner—false allegations, threats, an attempted fishing expedition, an improper court order—and a happy ending with the case dismissed!

More Headlines (2006 Archive)


Social Worker Admits Lack of Fourth Amendment Training


Family Receives Unannounced Home Visit


Judge Threatens Family with $3,500 Fine!


Official: 'We Do Not Talk To Lawyers'


Bad Legislation Looming Ahead


Homeschooler Receives Armed Escort’ Across Town


Truancy Officer Attempts Unlawful Inspection


Special—Needs Student Charged with Truancy