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Do Open Courts Re-Abuse Child Abuse Victims?

Posted by Sandra On February - 18 - 2011

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Child and adolescent psychiatrists who treat emotionally vulnerable child abuse victims have stated in three surveys that publicity of these children’s stories may increase their mental health problems and make treatment more difficult and protracted. After a year of studying other open court systems as well as its own, the Connecticut Juvenile Access Pilot Program Advisory Board on Dec. 31 recommended against presumptively open juvenile courts.

The world’s largest organization of children’s attorneys, the National Association of Council for Children, opposes open juvenile courts like those envisioned in the pilot project proposed by California’s AB 73.

Why?

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http://www.mercurynews.com/opinion/ci_17416646?nclick_check=1










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