“The contumacious posture of District officials has become a troubling theme here,” the judge wrote.
Hogan’s order did not specify a punishment for Fenty or the District. However, he asked the parties to attend a currently unscheduled hearing to discuss possible sanctions and remedies. He also ordered them to produce a new action plan for the CFSA covering its operations in 2011.
Another reason Fenty has to goPublished April 6, 2010 Child Welfare , DC , justice Leave a Comment
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