Premature child's loss of 2 ounces over a period of 2 months, while in mother's care, did not amount to physical child abuse or indicate a failure to thrive
DPW Order Denying Request to Expunge Indicated Report of Child Abuse Affirmed in Light of Substantial Evidence Indicating Abuse
Removal And Medical Examination Of Children Without A Court Order Upheld When There Was Reasonable And Articulable Evidence That The Children Were In Imminent Danger
Despite Delayed Post-Deprivation Hearing, CYS Caseworker and Her Supervisor Were Entitled to Qualified Immunity Because They Advanced the Case to the Point Where Hearing Could Take Place Within Constitutionally-Prescribed Timeframe
Defendants' Motion For Summary Judgment Was Granted In Part And Denied In Part Where Plaintiff Alleged Violations Stemming From Removal Of Children From Home Pending Child Abuse Investigation
When Ordering Support, The Trial Court Should Not Be Constrained By Support Guidelines But Should Consider Child Placement Costs
Summary Judgment Entered In Favor of Defendant City and Social Worker On Plaintiffs’ Substantive Due Process Claims Brought Under the State-Created Danger Doctrine, Conspiracy Claim, and Tort Claims
Petitioners Must Allege Affirmative State Actions That Were The "But For Cause" Of The Risks They Face; Failures On The Part Of The State To Act Cannot Form The Basis Of A Valid 42 U.S.C. § 1983 Claim
When a parent in bad faith demands repetitive and arbitrary due process hearings under the IDEA, the school district can sue the parent to recover attorneys' fees.
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