Hollingsworth v. Robinson

Hollingsworth v. Robinson

Hollingsworth v. Robinson, 901 F. Supp. 565 (E.D.N.Y. case opinion from the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
Baker 120, 121 Paramore v. Robinson 240 Parkehurst, Hollingsworth v. 188 Parker, Barbe v. 238 Parr v. Eliason 132, 173 Parris's case 244 Parry, Benson v.
On the other was Angelia Robinson, Donald Hollingsworth's sister, who agreed to serve as a surrogate, ultimately giving birth to the girls.

Hollingsworth v. Robinson - state:

The defendants next assail the amended complaint's allegations that the plaintiff was deprived of a liberty interest without due process of law as a result of his confinement at Sing Sing Correctional Facility. First Cause of Action: Removal of Plaintiff from Temporary Release Program without Timely Hearing or Disciplinary Proceeding. After the girls were born following near-fatal complications for the mother and the infants, the two men took custody of the children. The defendants set forth three arguments in support of their motion to dismiss. Plaintiff reported the threats made by his estranged wife to his parole officer, Mr.