Father has a five month old Son.
Father seeks visitation and timesharing with Son.
Father is a convicted sex offender.
Father is about to be arrested on new charges, of exposing himself to two children.
Although the new charges are misdemeanors, normally punishable by confinement for no longer than a year, the prosecution is seeking an enhancement that could subject Father to incarceration for life.
Father’s parental rights to two other children of his have previously been terminated.
The family court denies Father visitation with Son.
But sets another hearing regarding psychological counseling Father will be required to undergo before timesharing with Son can be considered.
Mother has supervised visitation with Son.