Category Archives: Case Law

Government officials performing discretionary functions are shielded from liability for civil damages insofar as their conduct does not violate clearly established statutory or constitutional rights of which a reasonable person would have known. Harlow v. Fitzgerald, 457 U.S. 800, 818, 102 S.Ct. 2727-38, 73 L.Ed.2d 396 (1982).

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DOWNLOAD COVERSHEET USCOURTS.GOV js_044 Even if your case with CPS is closed leave the kids name out. Refer to them as "child" if needed. Mark number 440 "Other civil rights complaint" On this form you do not have to make a separate one for each defendant you can use the same one for all. Mark [...]
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Source: WalletHub States with the Most Underprivileged Children
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Wallis by Through Wallis v. Spencer
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Searle v. County of San Diego
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Moore v. Cnty. of Orange
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M.W. v. Dept. of Social Health Servs
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Lahey v. Contra Costa County Dep't of Children
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In re AdoptionGuardianship of M.K
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Hernandez v. Texas Dept. of Protective Regulatory Serv
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Garcia v. Cnty. of San Diego
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Dupuy v. McDonald
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Demaree v. Pederson NO ORDER
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175802539-Fox-v-Tulare-Complaint-for-Damages
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Out of California this case involves CPS and their removal of a child.

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Harlow v. Fitzgerald __ 457 U.S. 800 (1982) __ Justia US Supreme Court Center
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They are offering foster children to adopt for a fee directly from your US Government. This must be stopped! Why? Because when 80% of removals are for neglect then you can bet that those parents were violated of their basic fundamental rights in an attempt for government profit.  

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Arguing on whether state officials should be immune from being held liable after not providing a warrant for entry.

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The decision in the case of Doe et al, v. Heck et al (No. 01-3648, 2003 US App. Lexis 7144) will affect the manner in which law enforcement and child protective services investigations of alleged child abuse or neglect are conducted. The decision of the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals found that this practice, that […]

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In order to win in any case you are required to bring up past cases and their relevance to yours. This is not a “requirement” for the Ninth Circuit however it will help your case.

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Court cases that changed the law are mostly from the Supreme Court of the United States.

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Laws and policy changes as a result of a case or lawsuit requesting injunctive relief.

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