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Juvenile Law

Publications Related to Abuse, Neglect, Dependency & TPR

Books:

Abuse, Neglect, Dependency, and Termination of Parental Rights Proceedings in North Carolina by Sara DePasquale and Jan S. Simmons (UNC School of Government, 2017)

  • This fourteen-chapter manual explains and presents laws, cases, concepts, and practical situations related to juvenile law proceedings and is a good starting point to understand and research stages of proceedings and specific topics.

Fathers and Paternity: Applying the Law in North Carolina Child Welfare Cases by Sara DePasquale (UNC School of Government, 2016)

Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect in North Carolina by Janet Mason (UNC School of Government, 2013)

Disclosing Protective Services Information: A Guide for North Carolina Social Services Agencies by Aimee Wall (UNC School of Government, 2015)

Primer (with Flowchart):

Bulletins:

Delinquency and DSS Custody without Abuse, Neglect, or Dependency: How Does That Work? by Sara DePasquale and Jacquelyn Greene (June 2019)

Childhood Immunizations and the Role of a County Department of Social Services by Sara DePasquale (January 2015)

Guardian ad Litem for Respondent Parents in Juvenile Cases by Janet Mason (Jan. 2014)

2013 Legislation Affecting Abuse, Neglect, Dependency, and Termination of Parental Rights by Sara DePasquale (Nov. 2013) 

Drafting Good Court Orders in Juvenile Cases by Janet Mason (2013)

Evidence Issues in Criminal Cases Involving Child Victims and Child Witnesses by Jessica Smith (December 2008)