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What if a Parent Confesses to Shaking a Baby? – Part Two. Cronkright Law.

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What if a Parent Confesses to Shaking a Baby? – Part Two

Trial lawyers know something that medical doctors cannot seem to figure out: There is such a thing as a false confession. This is not speculation;...
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What if a Parent Confesses to Shaking a Baby? – Part One

Defending a Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) case in Michigan courts can be extremely difficult. In fact, this is a true statement anywhere in the USA...
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What is a Father under Michigan Child Protection Law?

The Michigan Court of Appeals recently revisited the question of “What is a father?” in child protective proceedings. Ruling on a case that started in...
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Mary, Joseph and Children’s Protective Services – Part One

Christians all over the world celebrate the birth of Jesus at Christmastime. Reading the Christmas story, as a parent defense lawyer I thought, “What if...
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Bonding and the Competition with Foster Parents – Part Four

I don’t usually do lengthy series, but what I have to share about keeping that strong bond while your children are in foster care is...
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Bonding and the Competition with Foster Parents – Part Three

It is important to keep bonded with your children even when they are in foster care. InPart One, we focused on the big picture strategy...
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Bonding and the Competition with Foster Parents – Part Two

In Part One, we talked about how foster parents are almost always seen in a favorable light. Parents should think about the fact that a large...
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Bonding and the Competition with Foster Parents – Part One

The most recent termination of parental rights decision coming out of the Michigan Court of Appeals has me thinking about bonding as a means to...
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