DPW Order Denying Parent’s Request To Expunge Indicated Report Of Child Abuse Reversed For Lack Of Sufficient Evidence Showing Criminal Negligence
Foster Parents Are Not State Actors For Purposes Of Liability Under 42 U.S.C. § 1983
Abstention Doctrine Required The Federal District Court To Deny Parent’s Motion For A Preliminary Injunction To Restrain CYS From Seeking Immediate Custody Of Her Newborn Child
Trial Court Had No Duty To Appoint Counsel For Father In Termination Of Parental Rights Hearing When Father Did Not Petition The Court For Appointment
Grandparents Required To Be Notified Of Grandchildren’s Adoption Proceedings
When Ordering Support, The Trial Court Should Not Be Constrained By Support Guidelines But Should Consider Child Placement Costs
Court Granted Defendant CYS’ Motion For Summary Judgment When Plaintiff Failed To Show Placement In A Foster Home Where She Was Sexually Abused Was A Violation Of Substantive Due Process
Trial Court Properly Treated Prior Placement in a Residential Program for Delinquent Youth as a “Juvenile Sentence of Confinement” in Determining Adult Defendant’s Criminal History Category
Child and Youth Services’ Founded Report of Child Abuse Naming Mother as the Abuser Affirmed Even Though the Dependency Trial Court Did Not Name Mother as the Abuser
Dependency Adjudication Upheld Where Evidence Established That Mother Could Not Be Relied Upon to Enforce a Stay-Away Order Entered Against Her Paramour Who Had Made Sexual Advances Toward Her Other Daughter
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