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Posted: Apr 21, 2021, 11:10 AM
The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that the Kalamazoo County Circuit Court improperly took jurisdiction over a father’s children and placed them in foster care because there was insufficient evidence of “educational neglect.”
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Posted: Apr 20, 2018, 12:00 PM
A trial court properly took jurisdiction over a mother’s three children after she allegedly coerced one of them into a gender role with which the child did not identify, the Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled, finding that the mother’s actions constituted “abuse.”
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Posted: Aug 18, 2009, 12:55 PM
In In re ALNW, Minor, the Court of Appeals reversed an order terminating parental rights to both parents of the minor child. When the child's mother, then 20 years-old, noticed a popping sound in the four month old's chest, she immediately called her doctor seeking advice. Since the child was not experiencing other symptoms, the doctor advised the mother to wait until the child's next check-up to have the child looked at. After x-rays revealed that the child had suffered several broken ribs, DHS became involved.
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