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4 to provide care to their child; thus, the failure to act when someone else is hurting the child creates criminal liability. Statutory duties may include: N The duty to stop and render assistance if involved in a traffic accident N The duty to care for a minor child N The duty of “mandated reporters” to report child abuse to law enforcement N The duty to render assistance to someone in danger (“Good Samaritan” statutes) It should be noted that, although they are fairly common in Europe, most states do not have “Good Samaritan” laws that create a duty to render assistance when one citizen sees another in distress.
358, 49 L. Ed. 643 (1904). 16 District of Columbia v. S. 138, 29 S. Ct. 560, 53 L. Ed. 941 (1909). 17 Ameritech Corp. v. McCann, 176 F. Supp. D. Wis. 2001). 18 United States v. S. 41, 19 L. Ed. 593 (1869). 19 See generally, KANOVITZ & KANOVITZ, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (10th ed. 2006). 20 United States v. S. 549 (1995). 21 Bissell v. S. 287, 16 L. Ed. 664 (1861); City of Owensboro v. Commonwealth, 105 Ky. W. 320 (1899). 22 Salt Lake City v. Young, 45 Utah 349, 145 P. 1047 (1915); Akron v. W. 773 (1914).
Ct. App. 2001). 30 Loving v. S. 1 (1967). 31 Craig v. S. S. 464 (1981). S. CONST. art. I, §§ 9 and 10, cl. 1. 33 Duncan v. S. 377, 14 S. Ct. 570, 38 L. Ed. 485 (1894). 12 34 United States v. 3d 1003 (6th Cir. 1998); Myers v. 2d 791 (Pa. 1998). 35 Jones v. 3d 1145 (11th Cir. 1995); Allison v. 3d 71 (5th Cir. 1995), and Kruger v. Erickson, 875 F. Supp. 583 (D. Minn. 1995). For a thorough discussion of ex post facto law and parole hearings, see California Dept. of Corrections v. S. 499, 115 S. Ct.