Bob Stevenson

Los Angeles Dependency Lawyers

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Policy director of the Los Angeles Dependency Lawyers, which represents parents; former Los Angeles Superior Court judicial officer

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Every day, 40 infants are reported to be victims of abuse or neglect in Los Angeles County. Twenty thousand kids are in foster care — all too often a road to prison.

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Every day, 40 infants are reported to be victims of abuse or neglect in Los Angeles County. Twenty thousand kids are in foster care — all too often a road to prison.

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