Government Officials Had Duty to Protect Foster Children from Systemic Failures

Vol 31 No 6

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals found the district court erred in dismissing case on qualified immunity grounds and that foster children’s statutory and due process rights were violated. The allegations met qualified immunity exceptions and some allegations were regarding privately enforceable child welfare statutory provisions.

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