NORTH PORT — A mother trying to regain custody of her children said a Catch-22 in her case plans required her to prove herself drug-free, but made doing so in court impossible.
A June 2013 custody hearing produced a case management plan for Michelle Chiancone, of North Port, to eventually regain custody of her children. However, the plan didn’t require her to undergo random drug tests. When she came back before the court on July 10, 2014, the judge found there was no evidence to show she had been drug-free, as she had maintained.
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