The court held that in an abuse and neglect case, when the district court establishes a case plan which includes an action step not related to a specific allegation in the abuse and neglect petition, the court must make “specific factual findings that justify the action step with which the parent must comply.” In the present case, the district court did not make such findings as to its requirement that petitioner, Manuela H., submit to drug testing, thus the supreme court granted her petition for a writ of mandamus challenging the district court’s order.
Powell, Audra, "Manuela H. v. The Eight Judicial District Court of Nevada, in and for the County of Clark; and the Honorable Robert Teuton and The State of Nevada, 132 Nev., Adv. Op. 1 (Jan 7, 2016)" (2016). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 938.