A state appeals court reversed a ruling against an indigent woman who was denied counsel when defending herself against accusations of abuse and neglect of her daughter during administrative proceedings.

The Appellate Division said the defendant, known only as “L.O.” and “Lola” (a fictitious name) in court documents, should have been provided counsel, both at the administrative level and also if she chooses to appeal.

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