Father Who Watched Child's Abuse Barred From Visitation

, New York Law Journal

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Judge Alan Beckoff was also critical of the Brooklyn Defenders, which represented the father, for "conspicuously and curiously" failing to advise the court that a prior judge had relieved the Administration of Children's Services from its usual duty to attempt family reunification.

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