Orville v. Division of Family Services

In Orville v. Division of Family Services, 759 A.2d 595 (Del. Super. 2000), the Delaware Supreme Court held that the lower court did not afford an incarcerated parent her constitutional right to due process because it failed to provide her an opportunity to participate in a meaningful manner, either by telephone during the entire termination hearing or by permitting her to review a reproduction of the case against her before presenting her own case.