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Although the mother and her son had been repeatedly displaced and forced to relocate as a result of the father's abuse, NYCCS showed no indication of understanding the circumstances or the holdings of Nicholson.
At the hearing, the NYCCS caseworker testified that the removal of all three children was necessary due to the possibility that the mother would return to the father.
Scoppetta, it noted that "the public policy in this State is to keep families together whenever possible [and to] spare children the trauma of removal and placement in foster care." (227) The court held that NYCCS had not met its burden of proof and had contravened the conclusions of Nicholson.