Constitutional Law -- Due Process -- Juveniles Committed to State Mental Hospitals Upon Application of Parents or Guardians Are Not Entitled to Adversarial Hearing to Determine Their Need for Institutionalization
Secrest, Leslie Fuller
EMORY LAW JOURNAL 29(2): 517-563, Spring 1980
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Constitutional Law-the Interinstitutional Transfer of Involuntarily Committed Mental Patients to More Restrictive Facilities Without Notice or a Hearing Constitutes a Violation of the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment-Eubanks V. Clarke, 434 F. Supp. 1022 (E.D. Pa. 1977) Eisenberg, Lauren Hope (1978)
Constitutional Law -- Due Process -- Prior to Voluntary Commitment by a Parent or Guardian to a State Mental Institution, Children Under the Age of 18 Are Entitled to Specific Procedural Due Process Rights Which Cannot Be Waived by The Committing Adult. Bartley v. Kremens (E.D. Pa. 1975) Garrity, James J. (1976-08)