September 2015 | 423 N.W.2d 757 (Neb. 1988)

Carroll v. Moore (Nebraska 1988)

Court-appointed counsel will be provided to indigent defendants in paternity cases. The risk of a loss of liberty exists at later stages of a child support case and the ongoing proceedings exist because of the initial determination of paternity.

Carroll v. Moore.pdf

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