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References to -- temporary custody hearing

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Safety and the Legal Process

Postby Marina » Sat Jul 01, 2006 6:10 pm

Action for Child Protection

monthly article for January 2005

Safety and the Legal Process Part 1: The Temporary Custody Hearing


http://www.actionchildprotection.org/ar ... le0105.htm

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Postby Marina » Sun Jul 02, 2006 10:35 am

NO. 4-04-0556

IN THE APPELLATE COURT

OF ILLINOIS

FOURTH DISTRICT

In re: D.S., a Minor,

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS,

Petitioner-Appellee,

v.

IVA SUE HOLLIS,

Respondent-Appellant



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decided to leave Illinois immediately preceding D.S.'s birth out of fear Illinois authorities would take D.S. should he be born in Illinois. Respondent left for Tennessee despite the fact her doctor ...

the court found D.S. was neglected due to an injurious environment based on respondent's behavior around the time of D.S.'s birth--fleeing Illinois instead of checking into the hospital.

Dissent
D.S. was born in Indiana, and the case before us concerns only the first 24 hours of his life. At his birth in Crawfordsville, Indiana, and for the length of his life until he was placed into the custody of DCFS, he had never lived in the State of Illinois. His only state of residence was Indiana. The majority cannot use the general language quoted...

D. S. had a home state at his birth--the State of Indiana. It was the only state in which he had ever resided. This determination is buttressed by the definitions found in this same Uniform Act:

"In the case of a child less than six months of age, the term ['home state'] means the state in which the child lived from birth with [a parent]." 750 ILCS 36/102(7) (West Supp. 2003).

Here, the child lived for 24 hours with his mother in Indiana.

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Postby Marina » Sun Jul 02, 2006 10:43 am

Cite as In re D. H., 2003-Ohio-6478.]


COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH DISTRICT COUNTY OF CUYAHOGA No. 82533
IN RE: : D.H. : JOURNAL ENTRY : AND : OPINION : : DATE OF ANNOUNCEMENT
OF DECISION
: DECEMBER 4, 2003 :


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Postby Marina » Sun Jul 02, 2006 10:46 am

In re Interest of Melvin W., a child under 18 years of age.
State of Nebraska, Douglas County, appellee, v.
Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, appellant.

In re Interest of Melvin W.
(not designated for permanent publication)

Filed May 29, 2001. Nos. A-00-979, A-00-980.


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Postby Marina » Sun Jul 02, 2006 10:50 am

Cite as In re Nibert, 2005-Ohio-2797.]



IN THE COURT OF APPEALS FOURTH APPELLATE DISTRICT GALLIA COUNTY, OHIO



:
IN THE MATTER OF: : CASE NO. 04CA15 JONATHAN NIBERT, :
ADJUDGED DEPENDENT CHILD. DECISION AND JUDGMENT ENTRY
:

DATE JOURNALIZED: 5-24-05



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