2 Nat'l Juv. L. Rep. 1 (1983)

handle is hein.journals/chilawpt2 and id is 1 raw text is: January 15, 1983

Vol. II, No. 1
Pages 1 - 19.
CIVIL RI(TS AND LIEERTh
New Jersey May Not Deny Education
to Resident Handicapped Child Whose
Parents are Domiciles of New York.
Rabinoitz v. New Jersey
State Bd. of Education,
550 F.Supp. 481 (D.N.J. 1982).
In Rabinowitz, an eleven year
old, handicapped child sought and
was denied  education  in the New
Jersey public schools. Her request
was denied on the ground  that, by
reason of her parents' domicile in
New York, she was not domiciled
within the school district as re-
(Cont'd at pg. 6)
JUVENILE JUSTICE
Inability of the Minor and His Fam-
ily to Make Restitution May Not
Serve as a Ground for the Denial of
Informal Probation.
Charles S. v. Superior Court
of Los Angeles, __ Cal. 3d__
187 Cal. Rptr. 144, 653 P.2d
648 (1982).
A juvenile court petition was
filed against the peititoner charg-

The Juvenile Right to
Treatment - A Viable Doctrine
for the 1980's?
See page 2.
ing him with the theft of go-carts
valued at $2,500. At his arraign-
ment, the juvenile was referred to
the probation officer for an inves-
tigation into his suitability   for
voluntary    informal    probation.
(Cont'd at pg. 10)
C(In  WELFARE AND CUSI=
Parents Who Have Not Abused and Who
Have Continuously Sought the Return
of Their Child May Not Be Required
to Provide Financial Support for
Foster Care Placement.
Rosell v. Dep't of Social and
Health Services,     Wash. App.
, 652 P.2d 1360 (1982).
In 1979, a petition was filed
in   the  Spokane County Juvenile
Court on behalf of the appellants'
child requesting approval of an al-
ternative   residential placement.
The petition alleged  physical and
sexual abuse by the child's father.
The  juvenile  court approved   the
placement petition and placed   the
minor in a foster home.    Thereaf-
ter, the Department of Social and
Health Services (DSHS) served   no-
tice   on  the  appellants  seeking
(Cont'd at pg. 14)

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