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Unfit to parent: American and Jewish legal perspectives.
(Touro College Fuchsberg Law Center, 2020-06)
When do parents become unfit to parent their children? Broadly speaking, parental unfitness may be determined by considering such factors as a parent’s conduct and capacity to provide for their child’s needs. Parents who ...
Codifying the Use of Dolls and Diagrams as Testifying Aids for Children in Abuse Cases.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2018-04)
The Legal Contours of Child Endangerment.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2018-08)
Rethink the Label Insular Communities When Referring to Child Abuse.
(The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC), 2017-07-24)
Understanding Sexual Grooming in Child Abuse Cases.
(American Bar Association, 2015-11)
In many child sexual abuse cases, the abuse is preceded by sexual grooming.1 Sexual grooming is a preparatory process in which a perpetrator gradually gains a person’s or organization’s trust with the intent to be sexually ...
Children Testifying About Abuse in the Context of Custody.
(ALM (formerly American Lawyer Media), 2020-02-21)
Many attorneys are reluctant to ever consider allowing a child to testify in a matter. In this Family Law column, Toby Kleinman and Daniel Pollack discuss various considerations that factor into the decision.
When a child discloses abuse.
(Exchange Press, 2019-07)
How To Select an Expert in a Custody Case.
(ALM (formerly American Lawyer Media), 2019-11-18)
The legal obligation of an expert witness is to provide independent advice to the court by presenting impartial, unbiased opinions about matters within their field of expertise. This duty is owed singularly to the court ...
The Credibility of Child Protective Services Rests on the Integrity of the Department Director.
(APSAC: American Professional Society Abuse Children, 2019)
The role of law enforcement in child welfare checks.
(Los Angeles County Bar Association., 2020-01)
Police welfare checks of residences without a warrant generally are permissible if police officers have reasonable grounds to believe an inhabitant inside a residence is in imminent danger.