[2019] EWCA Civ 56

31/01/2019

Barrister

Cyrus Larizadeh QC

Court

Court of Appeal

Practice Areas

Public Children Law

A judge had not erred in making findings that a childminder had been responsible for inflicting head injuries and bruises upon a two-year-old child. The case was unusual in that the judge had also made findings that the child was at risk of emotional and physical harm from her parents, but the judge had clearly explained why the findings against the parents were of a different order to findings of direct physical injury, so that the former did not inform her conclusions about the latter.

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