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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

C.F. v. Commonwealth of Kentucky

 

Trial court committed a minor to the Cabinet for Health and Family Services for habitual truancy at a dispositional hearing. The minor argued that his due process rights were violated when the Trial Court failed to take any sworn testimony and the parties were not given the opportunity to present any evidence or cross-examine witnesses during the proceedings.

 

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

N.B.D. v. Cabinet for Health and Family Services; N.M.D.J., A Minor Child; R.D.; and F.J.

 

Under the Immigration and Nationality Act, an undocumented juvenile immigrant may apply for permanent residency by obtaining special immigration status. To obtain special immigration status, the immigrant child must present findings to a state juvenile court that satisfy certain criteria.

 

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

N.B.D. v. Cabinet for Health and Family Services; N.M.D.J., A Minor Child; R.D.; and F.J.

 

Under the Immigration and Nationality Act, an undocumented juvenile immigrant may apply for permanent residency by obtaining special immigration status. To obtain special immigration status, the immigrant child must present findings to a state juvenile court that satisfy certain criteria.