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St Helens Council v M and F (Baby with Multiple Fractures - Rehearing) [2018] EWFC 1

Sep 29, 2018, 22:06 PM
Public law children – Fact-finding hearing – Rehearing – Medical evidence – Inflicted injury or undiagnosed medical condition
The local authority had proved its case that inflicted injury was more likely than not the cause of the child’s fractures.
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(Family Court, Peter Jackson LJ, 22 January 2018)

Public law children – Fact-finding hearing – Rehearing – Medical evidence – Inflicted injury or undiagnosed medical condition

The local authority had proved its case that inflicted injury was more likely than not the cause of the child’s fractures.




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Case No: LV14C01661
Neutral Citation Number: [2018] EWFC 1
IN THE FAMILY COURT

22 January 2018

Before :

THE RT. HON. LORD JUSTICE PETER JACKSON
Sitting as a Judge of the Family Court 
at the Royal Courts of Justice

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Between :

M
Applicant

-and-

ST HELENS BOROUGH COUNCIL

-and-

F

-and-

C (a child)
Respondents

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Karl Rowley QC and Tammi Bannon (instructed by Stephenson’s Solicitors) for the Mother
Andrew Loveridge (instructed by St Helens Borough Council) for the Local Authority
Frank Feehan QC and Janet Reaney (instructed by Berkson Family Law Solicitors) for the Father
Clive Baker (instructed by Morecrofts LLP) for the Child


Hearing dates: 6-10, 13-14 November 2017 Judgment date: 22 January 2018

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JUDGMENT


Judgment: St Helens Council v M and F (Baby with Multiple Fractures_Rehearing) [2018] EWFC 1.rtf
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