Court: Parental rights rules create challenges
The state appeals court in the past few months, in accordance with its recent opinions, as well as those from the Supreme Court, has been vacating parental termination orders and sending the cases back to the county judges who issued the rulings for clarification as to whether the children were properly represented by attorneys. On Monday, the Superior Court sent another case back to Cambria County for clarification, and in the process, reasoned that "eventually, the legal counsel growing pains will ease as local jurisdictions enforce as it was intended.
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