Shenandoah Valley Juvenile Center Commission v. Doe
ICAP helped preserve a win for unaccompanied migrant children suing a juvenile detention center for inadequate mental health care. The Fourth Circuit ruled that the adequacy of care should be judged by the standard of professional judgment, and the Supreme Court declined to grant certiorari on the case.
- 10/29/21 – Filed a brief in opposition to a grant of certiorari
In the News
12/7/21 – Law360 covers Supreme Court’s denial of a writ of certiorari to review a Fourth Circuit case ruling that the adequacy of mental health care in a juvenile detention center should be judged by the standard of professional judgment