||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 272 (Jan)
|| EWHC 140 (Fam)
||The father and L appeared in person.
||John Tughan for the local authority
||Kahatun Sapnara for A's Guardian.
||30 January 2009
Family proceedings - Evidence - Expert evidence - Expert and district judge concluding non-accidental injury caused to child Y - Child A subsequently taken into care by local authority - Fresh medical evidence challenging cause of injuries to Y - Whether district judge erring in original findings.
Family proceedings Evidence. A judge of the Family Division held that, on the balance of probabilities, the district judge had been correct to find that serious brain damage suffered by a child of the father's former marriage had been a non-accidental head injury.
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