Pregnancy and Alcohol

Legal Significance for Child Abuse/Child Neglect

Laws that clarify the admissibility of evidence in child welfare proceedings regarding prenatal alcohol exposure as it pertains to allegations of child abuse, child neglect, child deprivation, or child dependence, or proceedings seeking termination of parental rights.

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Maps & Charts: Legal Significance for Child Abuse/Child Neglect

Jurisdiction

Value

Alabama

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Alaska

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Arizona

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Arkansas

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

California

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Colorado

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Connecticut

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Delaware

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

District of Columbia

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Florida

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Georgia

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Hawaii

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Idaho

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Illinois

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Indiana

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Iowa

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Kansas

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Kentucky

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Louisiana

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Maine

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Maryland

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Massachusetts

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Michigan

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Minnesota

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Mississippi

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Missouri

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Montana

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Nebraska

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Nevada

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

New Hampshire

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

New Jersey

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

New Mexico

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

New York

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

North Carolina

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

North Dakota

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Ohio

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Oklahoma

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Oregon

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Pennsylvania

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Rhode Island

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

South Carolina

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

South Dakota

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Tennessee

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Texas

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Utah

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Vermont

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Virginia

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Washington

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

West Virginia

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Wisconsin

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Wyoming

No Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

Year

Provisions Pertaining to Child Abuse/Neglect

2003

14 states

2004

17 states

2005

19 states

2006

19 states

2007

19 states

2008

20 states

2009

20 states

2010

20 states

2011

20 states

2012

20 states

2013

20 states

2014

21 states

2015

21 states

2016

21 states

2017

21 states

2018

21 states