Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl is a Supreme Court case relating to child custody proceedings involving Indian (Native American) children. At the heart of the case is a fourteen year old child and their family.
"Assuming for the sake of argument that the biological father is a parent under the Indian Child Welfare Act, neither of the two sections at issue bars the termination of his parental rights," writes Amy Hose from SCOTUSblog. "This is a victory for the adoptive parents."
The full opinion can be accessed below.