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Posted: Aug 7, 2019, 10:50 AM
The petitioners appealed, arguing their case was timely brought before the ALJ. They claimed an evidentiary hearing would have shown this to be true, but the ALJ made factual findings against them without giving them the opportunity to present their evidence.
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Posted: Jan 18, 2019, 1:05 PM
Even though a temporary detention order did not include a “contrary to the welfare” finding, as required by law, this did not preclude the plaintiff’s eligibility for Title IV-E foster-care funding because the temporary detention order was not an order removing the plaintiff from his home and “into foster care,” the Michigan Court of Appeals has unanimously ruled.
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