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by T. Schmidt

Clarify state role for when a child can be placed with noncustodial parent.

A dispositional order must be made after a dispositional hearing that is separate from the adjudicatory hearing under 41-3-437. The hearing process must be scheduled and structured so that dispositional issues are specifically addressed apart from adjudicatory issues. Hearsay evidence is admissible at the dispositional hearing.

data.opi.mt.gov

December 17, 2006

by David R. Usher

America's most urgent home-front problem went entirely unaddressed at both the Democratic and Republican conventions. This is very bad news for the plebiscite for billions of reasons.

Even in the early days of the welfare state, Daniel Patrick Moynihan mentioned the danger that it would destroy marriage. Today, perhaps half of marriages are aborted before they happen, and another half are terminated midstream, because federal expenditures (and pass-through funding requirements imposed on states) entitle everything but marriage -- and at the direct expense of marriage.

American Daily

September 8, 2008

by Martin Kaiser

The best journalism makes a community a better place. When I look back at 2009, there are more stories that changed public policy than any year in my 13 years as editor, thanks in large part to reaction from readers.

The stories this year by Crocker Stephenson and Gina Barton, which we called "Fatal Care," not only reported on the children who died, but also revealed chronic mistakes in the child welfare system. The Journal Sentinel launched the investigation after the November 2008 death of 13-month-old Christopher Thomas...

Journal Sentinel

December 27, 2009

There is no telling what Mario remembers. He and his brothers were removed from their parents' care by Child Protective Services and placed with their grandmother, Pinky.

The family represents thousands who will be helped by the Caller-Times Children's Christmas Appeal. The names of the families profiled have been changed to protect their privacy. All money donated to the drive benefits the children; all overhead costs are borne by the Caller-Times and participating agencies.

Corpus Christi Caller-Times

November 27, 2010

Many states spent 2009 passing some new and often times surprising laws. Many are expected to take effect this year.

One of the most surprising laws North Carolina's ban on smoking ban in bars and restaurants. The state is the largest tobacco producer in the U.S.

CBN News

January 1, 2010

by Richard DuPertuis

Dunsmuir is first on the 2012 rabies vaccination schedule. Local veterinarians will administer the first shots next Wednesday, April 25, from 6 to 7 p.m. at the downtown Fire Hall.

Dogs on leashes and cats in carriers can receive protection from the dread disease for another year for a cash payment of $6 per pet. For more information, call Siskiyou County Public Health at 841-2100.

mtshastanews.com

April 16, 2012

A spokesperson for the Jasper County Sheriff's Office told 12News that deputies are working to find out why a baby was left alone inside a home located on County Road 421 in Kirbyville.

Sheriff Mitchel Newman said that on Saturday morning dispatchers received a call about a baby being left inside a home alone. Lt. Kenneth Stanley and Kirbyville Police Officer Hancock went to the house. They said no one would come to the door, so they walked around the home looking in windows. They said they saw a 22-month-old baby girl inside a bedroom.

12newsnow.com

May 20, 2013

by Barton Deiters

GRAND RAPIDS - The attorney for 23-year-old Timothy Kaminski said his client operates with the mental capacity of a young child and did not understand the consequences of telling a cop that he violated a 3-year-old relative.

The Wyoming man pleaded guilty to raping a child, avoiding a trial that could have resulted in the child and her mother taking the stand in Kent County Circuit Court. Kaminski agreed to plead guilty to one count of third-degree criminal sexual conduct and faces a maximum of between 10 and 15 years in prison.

mlive.com

June 21, 2011

by Knowles Adkisson

A DUI checkpoint at Carbon Canyon Road and Pacific Coast Highway resulted in 25 arrests Friday night, five of which were alcohol-related.

One driver was arrested for driving under the influence, while four suspects were arrested for open alcohol containers and sent to court, according to a Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff's Station press release. 17 unlicensed drivers were arrested and sent to court. Two suspects were arrested for outstanding warrants, while another person driving with a suspended/revoked license was arrested and sent to court.

malibutimes.com

July 1, 2013

by Dave Hendricks

Crayon still covers the bedroom walls at 2691 Snyder Court, the only sign that three children once played in the now-empty North Side apartment.

The 4-month-old, Izabella Fields, is dead. Two other children, a boy and a girl, are in foster care. Richard A. Davidson, 25, who watched Izabella while her mom, a family friend, was at work, was charged Wednesday with murder and felonious assault in her death.

The Columbus Dispatch

August 14, 2009

      

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