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DecisionsExposing child to domestic violence is still neglect

June 25, 2020

The case is Matter of Sincere L. (Romone L.) and the appellate court upheld the finding of neglect by the trial court as the evidence presented that the father punched the mother in the face in the presence of the child.

Various arguments are usually levied in these cases (where the children are present) – including “one time incident” and lack of impact – however the appellate court doesn’t squarely address these, merely citing cases where those issues were also argued and neglect findings upheld.

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