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Filed on
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
SUMMARY: In adjudication cases, the proof required for active efforts under ICWA is by a preponderance of the evidence. Active efforts were provided in this case; however, removal of the children was improper because there was not evidence of serious emotional damage as required under ICWA. A court...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
SUMMARY: Evidence was sufficient to establish educational neglect under the juvenile code. A school has no duty to provide reasonable efforts to ensure child attendance when the filing is done as educational neglect under N.R.S. 43-247(3)(a). Laticia was 6 years old during the 2011-12 school year...Read more
Filed on
Friday, March 7, 2014
Summary: The Nebraska Supreme Court rejected minor child’s argument that the State failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that she was habitually truant from school under Neb. Rev. Stat. 43-247(3)(b), and the argument that the remedial measures schools are to take to address absenteeism as laid...Read more
Filed on
Friday, December 21, 2007
SUMMARY: If a child no longer comes within the meaning of the statute under which he was adjudicated, a juvenile court may terminate jurisdiction without consideration of the best interests of the child. Kevin K. was adjudicated on April 22, 2005 under N.R.S. 43-247(3)(b) upon a finding that he had...Read more
Filed on
Friday, December 21, 2007
SUMMARY: If a child no longer comes within the meaning of the statute under which he was adjudicated, a juvenile court may terminate jurisdiction without consideration of the best interests of the child. Kevin K. was adjudicated on April 22, 2005 under N.R.S. 43-247(3)(b) upon a finding that he had...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, July 31, 2007
SUMMARY: Jurisdiction over a truant juvenile was continued even though she had attended all her classes at the Youth Rehabilitation and Treatment Center. The court ruled that “the simple fact that [she] ha[d] not been truant… [was] not enough to terminate the court’s jurisdiction, because the...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, June 5, 2007
SUMMARY: A juvenile court is not required to terminate jurisdiction over a minor child even though the basis for acquiring jurisdiction no longer exists. Majority Opinion On April 25, 2005, Kevin was adjudicated under § 43-247(3)(b) for being habitually truant from school. The court ordered Kevin...Read more
 
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