3 Nat'l Juv. L. Rep. 1 (1984)

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V01. III, No. I
Pages 1-17
CIVIL RIGEITS AND LI  IES
Ordinance Prohibiting The Promotio
of Sexually Oriented    and Harmful
Materials to Minors Is Ruled Con-
stitutional.
M.S. News Oumpany v. Casao,
no. 80-2093, slip op.
(10th Cir., Nov. 16, 1983).
Plaintiff, a news company, filed
an   action   for   injunctive   and
declaratory relief against the en-
forcement of a portion of a Wichita
ordinance  which  was   designed  to
prevent minors from being exposed
to  sexually  oriented  and harmful
materials.    The ordinance defined
(cont'd at pg. 3)
JUVENILE JLSTICE
Due Process Does Not Require Juve-
nile Transfer Criteria To Be Proven
Beyond A Reasonable Doubt.
In the Matter of the Appeal In
Maricopa County Juvenile Action
No. j-84984, no. 1 CA-JUV 181,
slip op. (Ariz. Nov. 9, 1983).

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The juvenile court transferred
the appellant to be tried      as an
adult in criminal court.      Before
the court of appeals, the youth ar-
gued  that the juvenile court had
used  an  unlawful  and  unconstitu-
tional standard for transfer.    The
court   agreed,  finding   that   the
(cont'd at pg. 7)
QCIED WELFARE AND CTY
Juvenile Court Was Not Obliged To
Unilaterally Appoint Guardian Ad
Litan For Parent with   Thought Dis-
order.
In re C.L.,    Vt.__
468 A.2d 5671983).
The mother and    her children
first became involved with Depart-
ment of Social and Rehabilitation
Services in 1977. Two years later,
the district court found that the
mother was unable to provide ade-
quate care for the children and or-
dered  their temporary care to be
transferred  to   the  agency.     In
making this ruling, the court enig-
matically mentioned that the mother
(cont'd at pg. 12)

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