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Daniel Pollack and Kathryn Krase are both attorneys and professors at the Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University in New York City. Courtesy photo

A week ago, an 8-month-old girl, severely burned and left in a dumpster in New Haven, Connecticut by her babysitter was released from the hospital. Among the criminal charges her alleged assailant faces is reckless endangerment, first degree. Due to the alleged assailants existing childcare relationship with the child, she could also face allegations of child abuse and neglect under Connecticut General Statutes, Chapter 815t.

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