Juvenile Court Erred in Denying Youth’s Motion to Suppress a Firearm Found Pursuant to Search of Youth Where Probation Officer Lacked Reasonable Suspicion
Order Terminating Parental Rights Reversed Where Termination Would Not Change the Teenage Children’s Situation and Permanency Had Already Been Achieved to the Fullest Extent Possible.
Superior Court Reversed Suppression of Evidence Obtained During Investigative Roadblock Stop
Plaintiffs’ § 1983 Claims and Portions of Plaintiffs’ State Law Claims Dismissed Where Plaintiffs’ Foster Child Allegedly Sexually Assaulted Plaintiffs’ Son
Having Failed to Prove His Amenability to the Juvenile System, Juvenile Should Have Been Certified as an Adult
Goal Change from Reunification to Adoption Affirmed Despite Mother’s Substantial Compliance with Permanency Plan.
Adult Defendant’s Prior Delinquency Adjudication Did Not Constitute A "Prior Conviction" For Purposes Of Applying Statutory Sentencing Enhancement
Motion To Dismiss Plaintiff’s Complaint Alleging That She Was Deprived of Constitutional Rights In Connection With The Removal Of Her Children Granted In Part And Denied In Part
District Court Did Not Err By Attributing Points To Defendant’s Criminal History Score Based On Juvenile Placement
Child Abuse Expungement Adjudication Remanded
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