|CALENDAR STATUS: Active|
|A171589, A171591, A171590, A171592|
|Department of Human Services v. J.S.|
|Via Video Case 1|
|Tiffany Keast on behalf of Johdon Smith |
Inge D Wells on behalf of Department of Human Services
|Consolidated for purposes of oral argument only with DHS v. J.J., S068041|
Statement of Issues:
|(1) Does ORS 109.751(2) govern the breadth of a court's authority when it exercises temporary emergency jurisdiction under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA)?|
(2) Does an Oregon court's exercise of temporary emergency jurisdiction over a child who is temporarily present in Oregon, under ORS 109.751(1) of the UCCJEA, give rise to authority to adjudicate a dependency petition and to rule that child is within the Oregon court's dependency jurisdiction under ORS 419B.100(1)?
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