child in custody, child in guardianship
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Some states set 16 as the age when courts must follow the wishes of children in custody disputes between two parents.
At the time, the Senate was considering a bill governing procedures for keeping immigrant children in custody.
Her motion described how children in custody battles are kidnapped by their parents and brought abroad.
Typical procedures are identified and statistics of children in custody during 2001 are highlighted.
To loud applause, she criticized judges' reliance on recommendations from law guardians, court-appointed lawyers who represent children in custody cases.
Children in custody must be given "suitable accommodation," the terms of which must be settled within a month of any dispute.
Child Advocacy Clinic - Students represent children in custody disputes, domestic violence situations, and in issues involving the public school system.
That would be followed by an emergency shelter care hearing to determine whether there was probable cause to put the children in custody of the DHS.
I have practiced law in Westchester for 18 years and was a law guardian who represented children in custody cases for nine years.
She first represented battered women and children in custody, visitation, child support, and restraining order cases in a high-volume practice legal services practice.
Twenty-seven states now permit lawyers or guardians, who may or may not be lawyers, to be assigned to children in custody disputes.
The Immigration and Naturalization Service had held all the deaf Mexicans and their children in custody since the ring was exposed last July.
Health Star Plus has administered health care to children in custody, but the Juvenile Justice Department sets the policies and standards for that care.
Children in Custody Battle Since their parents' divorce in April 1988, the two children had been at the center of a feud over custody and visiting rights.
Under state regulations, leg shackles and handcuffs are to be used on children in custody only when they are out of control and pose a danger to themselves or others.
The 2002 report of the Committee expressed similar concerns, including the welfare of children in custody, unequal treatment of asylum seekers, and the negative impact of poverty on children's rights.
A 1986 article in The Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry found that among allegations of sexual abuse made by children in custody disputes, 36 percent were false.
According to reports, the FARC had placed the child in custody of a peasant family and he could not be found in time for the target day of release of the hostages.
After holding a large number of TFI children in custody and conducting many physical and psychological examinations on the children, the court returned the children to their parents, citing lack of evidence.
Although most interstate extradition requests are routinely honored, some generate resistance, especially in cases with political or racial overtones and in the increasingly frequent instances of parental kidnapping of children in custody disputes.
Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Democrat of Massachusetts and chairman of the immigration subcommittee of the Judiciary Committee, says more than 30 percent of children in custody are in juvenile jails.
They are not hardened criminals, and if the goal is to make sure they stay that way, the county urgently needs to find a way to keep children in custody that is safe, humane and more accommodating to the particular needs of young defendants.
The charity has secured a contract with the Legal Services Commission to provide legal advice to children in custody and has taken a number of successful judicial reviews that have improved the treatment of children and young people in custody and on release.
The International Committee of the Red Cross and UNICEF state that there are more than 100 Iraqi children in custody of the US-led coalition, and a US soldier reports of child harassment in Abu Ghraib.