The court gave guidance on the principles to be followed by experts providing evidence in children cases.
 1 FLR 291
England and Wales
Cited – Re X (Non-Accidental Injury: Expert Evidence) FD 11-Apr-2001
A child had been injured, and the local authority sought a care order. An expert witness for the parents had argued that the child may have suffered a condition of Temporary Brittle Bone Disease (TBBD).
Held: Though the parents had been . .
Cited – A and D v B and E FD 13-Jun-2003
In two separate actions, fathers with parental responsibility sought orders requiring the mothers of their children to ensure they received the MMR vaccine. Each mother objected, having suspicions as to the safety of the treatment. Specific issue . .
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Updated: 27 April 2022; Ref: scu.180856