Second Chance employees and their associates were arrested in June in connection with the case, which cast a spotlight on Missouri’s safety net for vulnerable adults who rely on the government and its contractors for life choices and care.<br><br>Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley’s office asked a judge in June to dismiss the state from the DeBrodie wrongful death lawsuit.<br><br>“Mr. DeBrodie was not in state custody. He resided in a private facility,” the attorney general’s office argued in court records, adding: <br><br>“The state is alleged simply to have licensed and certified Second Chance Homes as a residential care facility and to have contracted with Second Chance Homes and other entities to provide services for Mr. DeBrodie.” 🤔

Second Chance employees and their associates were arrested in June in connection with the case, which cast a spotlight on Missouri’s safety net for vulnerable adults who rely on the government and its contractors for life choices and care.

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley’s office asked a judge in June to dismiss the state from the DeBrodie wrongful death lawsuit.

“Mr. DeBrodie was not in state custody. He resided in a private facility,” the attorney general’s office argued in court records, adding:

“The state is alleged simply to have licensed and certified Second Chance Homes as a residential care facility and to have contracted with Second Chance Homes and other entities to provide services for Mr. DeBrodie.” 🤔

Missouri officials are dropped from wrongful death lawsuit of disabled man found in concrete

Carle DeBrodie’s death has shed light on the safety net for vulnerable Missourians.

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