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

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V01. III, No. I
Pages 1-17
Ordinance Prohibiting The Promotio
of Sexually Oriented    and Harmful
Materials to Minors Is Ruled Con-
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)
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)
Juvenile Court Was Not Obliged To
Unilaterally Appoint Guardian Ad
Litan For Parent with   Thought Dis-
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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