A legal presumption of inadequacy does not prevent somebody from presenting evidence to the contrary and retaining custody of the child. It somply requires the person to present evidence that he or she can -- and will -- provide adequate care for the child in order to retain custody.Frightening. Sounds a lot like "guilty until proven innocent" to me.
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