Due Process Confers a Right to Counsel for Children in Some Cases

Vol 31 No 4

Trial court did not err in terminating mother’s parental rights where it did not appoint an attorney for her children. Statute that gave court the discretion to appoint a child’s attorney on a case by case basis was not unconstitutional and mother did request an attorney for them at trial.

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