Nebraska Journal Articles
Nebraska Journal Articles
The following articles are related to Nebraska juvenile court issues:
- The Intervening Variable: Grandparental Intervention in Juvenile Court Proceedings, Christine Costantakos, The Nebraska Lawyer, January/February 2012, Addresses statutory and caselaw bases for grandparent intervention
- A Legal Practitioner's Call for a Unified Family Court System in Nebraska, Jackie Madara-Campbell, The Nebraska Lawyer, January/February 2012, Discusses problems with having a fragmented family and juvenile court system
- Parents, Children and Deportation, Christine A. Lustgarten, The Nebraska Lawyer, May 2010, Discusses court practices when parental deportation occurs
- Nebraska Appleseed has released the Policy Brief Early Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT): Children's rights to preventative screening, diagnosis and treatment under Medicaid in Nebraska. EPSDT is a federal law that requires states receiving Medicaid funding to regularly screen and treat all children under 21 who are eligible for Medicaid. Because all children in foster care are eligible for medicaid, EPSDT requirements apply broadly to cases in the Nebraska abuse/ngeglect court system.
- Policy Brief: Reasonable Efforts in Nebraska, Nebraska Appleseed, December 2009, Provides an overview of federal and state law requiring reasonable efforts, exceptions to reasonable efforts and caselaw addressing the provision of reasonable efforts.
- Rights and Responsibilities of Foster Parents in the Courtroom, Hon. Douglas Johnson, The Judges Page, Discusses the recent federal law requiring foster parents and caregivers to receive notice of hearings and providing them the opportunity to be heard in proceedings
- Babies Cry for Judicial Leadership: Reasonable Efforts for Infants and Toddlers in Foster Care, Hon. Douglas Johnson, The Judges Page, October 2007, Focuses on what juvenile judges can do to improve the lives of infants and toddlers in foster care
- An Invitation to Success: Creighton Alumnus Douglas Johnson Helps Families Reunite with Zero to Five Family Drug Treatment Court, Eugene Curtin, The Creighton Lawyer Magazine, Fall 2007, Highlights Judge Douglas Johnson's Family Drug Treatment Court for Infants and Toddlers
- Confidentiality in Child Protection Proceedings: Closed Versus Open Hearings-Is There a Better Way?, Hon. Douglas Johnson, The Judges Page, March 2007, Promotes open hearings with judicial discretion to close
- 2008 Juvenile Court Annual Caseload Report, Nebraska Supreme Court Administrative Office of the Courts
- 2007 Juvenile Court Annual Caseload Report, Nebraska Supreme Court Administrative Office of the Courts