1 Nat'l Juv. L. Rep. 1 (1982)

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Septmber   15, 1982                                       Featured  Inside:
                                               Emrgency   Removal  of  the Child  From
   VOL.  I NO.  1                               the  Ikan - The  Du~e Process RIights
   Pages  1-19.                                   of Parents  and Their  Children.
                                                             See page  2.


   CIVIL  RIGHTS  AN  LiBFrl~h

First   Circuit   Ilpepoes Limited  Due
Process   Obligations Upon School
Board   for   Disciplinary  Suspension
of  School Bus  Transportation.

Bae v. Nashua Board of Education,
    679 F.2d  279  (1st Cir. 1982) .

      New  Hampshire state law re-
quires   school  districts  to provide
free   school   bus  transportation  to
mnost  pupils   under   the age of  14.
After   bus   service  had been  tempo-
(Cont 'd at  pg. 6)

           SPFECIAL INSERT:
      INTRķA-FAMILY TORY  ISSDES

Arkansas   Sulpreme   ourt  Holds  That
Minor   May   Sue Parent!' s Estate for
Injuries Suffered As Result of
Parent's Insrud~ent, Intoxicated
Driving.

Attwo~od  v. Estate  of Attwood,__
  Ark. , 633 S.W.2d 366 (1L982) .


The mother of a child injured
an autonobile   accident  appealed
trial court's ruling that the
doctrine of family immnunity


barred
ther's
(Cont' d


an   action  against  the  fa-
estate. The Arkansas su-
at pg.  10)


           atWIfallE JOSICE~

Court   Finds   No Prejud~ice to Juie
nile  ~Defendant   as Result  of Guar-
dian   Ad  Litm's   Failure  to Assent
to Guilty  Plea.

     In re Reuschel,   __Vt.,
          446  A.2d 343  (1982) .

      The   juvenile, convicted of
first-deqree murder and sentenced
to   life  imprisonment, brought a
second  petition  for post-conviction
(Cont'd  at p.  12)



Children  of Coumon  Law  Marriage  Are
Entitled   to   Survivina   Children  s
Social  Security  Benef its under  ?en-
asylvania  Law.

         Mdrenzie  v. Harris
    679 F.2d  8 (3rd Cir.  1982) .


     Afte-r
istrative
(Cont'd  at


losinci~ before  a.n adin
law   judge   and the dis-
p. 14)


A  BIWEEKLY  REVIEW  OF COURT   DECISIONS WHICH   AFFECT  THE RIGHTS  AND  INTERESTS OF  CHILDREN
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