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Court decision puts parents in legal bind

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The Court of Appeals has just decided that parents whose children are taken away and put up for adoption can be given the right to visit those children only if they agreed to the children’s being taken in the first place. If they fought it, they’re out of luck. A county Family Court judge cannot afford them visitation even if he thinks it would be in the children’s best interest. The decision came in the ...

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wmarincic
June 14, 2012
9:26 p.m.

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More government intrusion into the lives of parents. Social Service workers are out of control as are these liberal judges.

mezz3131
June 15, 2012
2:23 p.m.

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Your article is not fair. This is another bad piece of reporting! And quoting a hack like Trachtenberg? You got to be kiding me!! Hang it up Carl

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