They let difficult child come home- just assigned a court date and that wsa it. He'll go to court in May and in June now. He got about 5 ours sleep last night after calming in the bath and eating after his "episode", came home after court today, changed clothes, started getting school work together for this afternoon's classes and PO was already calling leaving a message about why he wasn't checked back into school. She was criticizing me before court for having difficult child pick up garbage for community service (not court ordered- just suggestion from arresting officer). She said it gave difficult child too much freedom and fresh air. I said there were times he HAD to get some energy out and that while on suspension, PE class requires "active time" to compensate for the time missed. She repetively asked me about that- I guess she didn't believe me. I told her "it's not like I toook him skating or something fun". Oh well. The attny heard it and thought it was a little obvious too. So, zyprexa will be started tonight. Lithobid had just been raised to 1200 mg/day 3 weeks ago but wasn't doing the trick so psychiatrist said lower back to 900 mg/day. I'll do that much, and keep the depakotee er as is, but it will stay that way until I get better answers from psychiatrist about removing too much of front line mood stabilizers- Thanks for all the input yesterday- it is very helpful to know these things so I can address them with psychiatrist and know a little better about what side effects to look for.