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RCSA §17a-11-18(e), and the admission and restriction criteria of RCSA §17a-11-7 and §17a-11-8, violate plaintiff’s due process rights because they create an impermissible irrebuttable presumption that parents who have matters pending in other courts are not fit to maintain custody of their children in order to access mental health services.

RCSA §17a-11-18(e) and the admission criteria and restrictions of RCSA  §17a-11-7 and §17a-11-8 violate Conn. Gen. Stat. §17a-129 and the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment because they are arbitrary and capricious on their face and as applied to plaintiff in this case

Strict scrutiny and equal protection for children with disabilities:  substantive due process claims.

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