A Quiet Revolution How Judicial Discipline Essentially Eliminated Foster Care and Nearly Went Unnoticed
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This Article argues that juvenile court judges can safely reduce the number of children entering foster care by faithfully and rigorously applying the law. Judges often fail to perform this core functon when a state child welfare agency separates a child from their family. Judges must perform their role as impartial gatekeeper despite the temptation to be "omnipotent moral busybodies".
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Carter, M., Church, C., & Sankaran, V. (2022). A Quiet Revolution: How Judicial Discipline Essentially Eliminated Foster Care and Nearly Went Unnoticed. Columbia Journal of Race and Law, 12(1). https://doi.org/10.52214/cjrl.v12i1.9923