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N. DICKONREPPUCCI • University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903. MARGARETS. MITCHEll • College of Charleston, Charleston , South Carolina 29401. Handbook ofChild Abuse Research and Treatment, edited by Lutzker. Plenum Press, New York. 1998. 31 32 SHARON G. PORTWOOD et al. and outside the courtroom, will be addressed. Throughout this discussion, issues related to the rights of both children and defendants will be highlighted. As noted, child maltreatment cases may arise under criminal laws subjecting an offender to criminal penalties, as well as under civil laws which may entitle a party successful in prosecuting such an action to monetary damages.
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