Child Born to Parent in Agency Custody Was Not Presumed Neglected

Vol 31 No 7

The Georgia Court of Appeals reversed an order finding a child neglected because teenaged mother was herself in agency custody. No evidence was presented that the mother lacked an ability to adequately parent child or that child was being deprived of any necessities because of the circumstances.

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