Dilemma of Ferguson vs. City of Charleston
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February 17, 2017
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Normal maternal-infant bonding is difficult in the case of an irritable poorly responding newborn and a mother dealing with the guilt, low self-esteem, poverty, inadequate housing, and an abusive or absent partner or parent, which often accompany her own drug addiction. Sometimes a referral to child protection services may be given but nothing further can be done...
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Sometimes a referral to child protection services may be given but nothing further can be done. The law decided not action could be taken against pregnant women using drug in the 2002 verdict of the 1999 case of Ferguson v. City of Charleston.
Case of Ferguson v. City of Charleston
The Medical University of South Carolina and the City of Charleston created a policy to test all pregnant mothers without consent due to the increase in use of cocaine by patients...
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