From FB; Conn. decision makes it easy for govt to remove kids from decent parents

MaryGSykes.com

take a look at what a 2013 Conn. case says about removing children from parents. They claim only a 10% predicative risk to a child should establish child removal.  This comes at at time when studies show risk of physical, emotional and even sexual abuse is many times higher when kids are removed and placed in a foster environment or even a  group home for older kids.

Supreme Court Establishes New Standard in Predictive Neglect Cases

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In a recent decision involving the Department of Children and Families, the Connecticut Supreme Court established a new standard governing the doctrine…

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