The inability of child protective services to identify exactly when during a three-month period an infant sustained multiple injuries did not doom a judge's finding of abuse and neglect against both the baby's parents and her nanny, an appellate court ruled yesterday.
Both Parents and Nanny Ruled Responsible for Baby's Injuries
New York Law Journal
December 14, 2012
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