Abortion Rights -- Parental Consent Requirement -- Arizona Court of Appeals Holds That a Minor Must Show Fitness by Clear and Convincing Evidence to Bypass the State's Parental Consent Requirement -- in Re B.S., 74 P.3d 285 (Ariz. Ct. App. 2003)
Harvard Law Review 2004 June; 117(8): 2785-2790
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Involuntary Medication to Restore Competence to Stand Trial: Sell Applied -- New Mexico Supreme Court Clarifies the Second Sell Criterion as a "Mixed Question of Law and Fact" and That the State's Evidentiary Burden in Sell Cases Must Meet The Clear and Convincing Standard Lundgren, Janell; Jones, Joshua (2009)
Poe v. Gerstein: Constitutional Right of Privacy -- Minor's Right to an Abortion -- Statutory Requirement of Spousal Consent, or Parental Consent in the Case of an Unmarried, Minor Female, Is a Unconstitutional Deprivation of a Woman's Right To Determine Whether to Undergo an Abortion Sanders, Arthur David (1976-12)