Children and the Law: Child vs. state, Volume 3

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Janet W. Steverson
Taylor & Francis US, 2002 - Law - 414 pages
Annotation This is the third volume in the three volume collection i Children and the Law /i . Volume three, i Child v.s. State /i, explores the rights of children against the state. Areas treated in this volume include freedom of speech, (the restriction of newspapers, music, arm-bands, etc.) the right of a minor to refuse medical treatment, and a minor's right to contraception and abortion with ad without parental consent. This volume also includes the rights of minors to separate from their legal parents; the rights of children to know their biological parents in the case of adoption; and the rights of children resisting repatriation to relatives outside the United States.

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Contents

Medical Rights
27
Carey v Population Services International
62
Abortion Rights of Minors Parental Consent
104
The Pregnant Childs Right to SelfDetermination
199
Juvenile Curfews
247
Go to the Mall with My Parents?? A Constitutional Analysis of
277
Curfew Laws Freedom of Movement and the Rights of Juveniles
335
Hutchins v District of Columbia
383
Sasse
403
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