Hearings: A Delay on Education Plans Stalls Hopes for Permanency
It did not take long for the March 14 docket in Judge Tracy Green’s small third floor Detroit courtroom to go sideways. In the first case of the morning, Judge Green checks on the case of a 10-year-old child named Ricky* living with a foster parent, Rashida Witt, who is moving toward adopting him.
Hearings: In One Michigan County, Native American Rights are Often Claimed But Rarely Apply
There was an uncommon lag in the action in Courtroom 3B of the Lincoln Hall of Justice, the building where most of Wayne County’s child welfare and juvenile justice decisions are made.