Feds should have better supervised her captor, convicted sex offender Phillip Garrido, the lawsuit says
Jaycee Dugard filed a complaint against the federal government Thursday, seeking compensation for what she called its failures to track the man who held her captive for 18 years.
A video shows a parole officer searching the Garrido home without knowing Jaycee Dugard was being held captive.
Phillip and Nancy Garrido secretly shot footage of young children playing in public
In a shaky videotape released Tuesday, the couple who kidnapped Jaycee Lee Dugard can be heard discussing how to operate their new camera as they zoom in to capture images of children in a playground.
Jaycee Dugard recounts her 18 years in captivity including the vivid sounds she most remembers and how long she cried.
U.S. kidnapping victim Jaycee Dugard, who gave birth to two children during her 18 years in captivity, said she did what she had to do to survive.
"Everything she says makes you stop and examine yourself and your life," says the ABC anchor
A report from federal judicial authorities released this week blasted federal probation officers in northern California for their handling of the case of Phillip Garrido, who admitted to kidnapping and sexually assaulting Jaycee Dugard over 18 years.
"I didn't know I was in labor," she tells Diane Sawyer in a new interview
In a new memoir, the 31-year-old says she's slowly healing from the abuse she endured for 18 years
Phillip and Nancy Garrido have started serving sentences in separate California prisons for their roles in the abduction and rape of Jaycee Dugard, the state's corrections department announced Thursday.
She was paralyzed by a stun gun, wrapped in a blanket and threatened with Dobermans, she tells a grand jury
She breaks her silence in a statement read at her abductors' sentencing
In April, Phillip and Nancy Garrido pleaded guilty to the kidnapping and sexual assault of Jaycee Dugard.
Phillip Garrido was sentenced Thursday to 431 years to life in prison in the kidnapping and sexual assault of Jaycee Dugard, who was held captive from age 11 to 29 by Garrido and his wife, according to the El Dorado County, California, district attorney's office.
A Stolen Life will detail "the full story of her ordeal" from her 1991 abduction to the present
Phillip and Nancy Garrido gave full confessions and will serve life sentences
Phillip and Nancy Garrido pleaded guilty Thursday to the kidnapping and sexual assault of Jaycee Dugard, whom they held captive from age 11 through 29, the El Dorado County, California, district attorney said.
His lawyer cities issues over a grand jury for scuttling the expected plea
The repeat sex offender is likely to be sentenced to more than 500 years
A northern California couple have offered a "full confession" for their role in kidnapping Jaycee Dugard and holding her for 18 years, a defense lawyer said Monday.
The case of Phillip Garrido moves toward a possible resolution - and a plea deal
A man accused of kidnapping then-11-year-old Jaycee Dugard and holding her captive for nearly two decades is competent to stand trial, a California judge ruled Thursday.
The couple are charged with kidnapping, forcible rape, lewd acts on a child and more
A grand jury has indicted a northern California couple accused of holding Jaycee Dugard captive for nearly two decades, authorities said Friday.
Her tale of abduction, survival and rescue will be published by Simon & Schuster in 2011
Phillip and Nancy Garrido will soon be arraigned on multiple charges
"It's a happy time," a relative says. "Jaycee continues her life in private"
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Friday signed a $20 million settlement for Jaycee Dugard, a woman who was held captive for 18 years by a convicted rapist who had been under the supervision of the state.
Parole officers saw and spoke to Jaycee Dugard during visits to the home of the man accused of holding her captive for 18 years, but they never questioned why she was there, California officials disclose in newly released documents.
Dugard reportedly mentioned the visit, which led to the approval of a $20 million settlement
The Dugard family filed claims alleging kidnapper Phillip Garrido wasn't supervised while on parole
The California Assembly on Thursday passed a bill appropriating $20 million to kidnapping victim Jaycee Dugard to settle her claims against the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, according to the chief clerk's office.
Jane Velez-Mitchell speaks with Ken Slayton, Jaycee Dugard's biological father, in a primetime exclusive interview.
Kenneth Slayton wants to get a message to Jaycee Dugard, the California woman kidnapped as a child and held captive for 18 years.
A court hearing is scheduled Thursday in the case of a northern California couple accused of abducting Jaycee Dugard and holding her captive for more than 18 years in a ramshackle backyard compound.
Jaycee Dugard, who police say was kidnapped at 11 and held captive for 18 years, said she is "doing well" as she speaks out in a new home video.
Ed Smart and Katie Callaway Hall react to new video of Jaycee Dugard shown on "Good Morning America".
Kidnap victim Dugard says she's "getting there" while her mother pleads for privacy
A California sex offender suspected of abducting a girl in 1991 and keeping her captive for 18 years is suffering from "serious mental illness," defense attorneys say in court papers.
The man charged with abducting her when she was 11 is a "master manipulator," say prosecutors
"How can I ever tell him how I want to be free," she wrote in her secret journal
Jaycee Dugard kept a journal during 18 years of captivity, at times writing about how she yearned for freedom, court documents filed Thursday reveal.
Phillip Garrido, who is accused of kidnapping and raping an 11-year-old and then holding her captive for 18 years, apologized in a jailhouse letter sent to a television station, the California station said Thursday.
In a jailhouse letter sent to a television station, Phillip Garrido apologizes. Affiliate KCRA reports.
The frightened victim initially told authorities she was hiding from an abusive husband
California parole officers "missed numerous opportunities" to discover long-missing Jaycee Dugard while supervising the man now accused of kidnapping and raping her, a state review of the case concludes.
A captive for 18 years, the 29-year-old mother of two is rebuilding her life, one step at a time
The first images are emerging of an adult Jaycee Dugard, the woman who was kidnapped when she was 11 and allegedly held captive for 18 years by a couple in an elaborate compound hidden in the backyard.
David Caplan from People Magazine talks about how his magazine got the first pictures of Jaycee Dugard.
Jaycee Dugard will testify against the couple that allegedly held her captive in an elaborate compound hidden in their backyard for 18 years if there is a trial, a lawyer for her family said at a news conference Thursday.
Her new lawyer says Dugard understands that "some absolutely terrible things were done to her"
Terry Probyn says her family is "doing well" and expresses hope their story focuses attention on other missing children
Animal control officials are arranging to return the abducted woman's "well-cared-for" cats, dogs and birds
Two cadaver dogs working separately each showed interest in the same area of property belonging to kidnapping suspects Phillip and Nancy Garrido, a possible indication of human remains, police said Thursday.
Jaycee Dugard and her daughters are preparing for another happy homecoming: with their animals.
Investigators have found bones on the property where kidnapping suspects Phillip and Nancy Garrido lived for 18 years with Jaycee Dugard and her two daughters, police said Wednesday.
The mother of a missing girl, whose 20-year-old case authorities now say may be linked to the Jaycee Dugard kidnapping suspects, said Tuesday that she holds out hope that her daughter will be found alive.
The prosecutor discusses trial plans after a judge holds Phillip and Nancy Garrido on $30 million bail
A California couple charged with a combined 29 felony counts in connection with the kidnapping and rape of Jaycee Dugard appeared in court for a bond hearing Monday.
CNN.com's Mallory Simon says Phillip Garrido, charged in the 1991 kidnapping of Jaycee Dugard, was convicted of kidnapping before.
Facing the world after an isolating and traumatic experience is often stressful, especially for those who have been away for a long time.
Her aunt wishes the same joy she's feeling for those with children still missing
The bone fragment found near the California home where Jaycee Dugard is said to have been confined for 18 years is "probably human," a sheriff's spokesman said Tuesday.
Police say the man charged with kidnapping Jaycee Dugard is suspected of raping a 14-year-old girl in 1972.
More than two dozen times in the past three years, authorities came to Phillip and Nancy Garrido's ramshackle home at 1554 Walnut Ave. in Antioch, California, a rural property where Jaycee Dugard is said to have been confined for 18 years.
Kara Finnstrom reports on a parade in South Lake Tahoe in honor of a family reunited after years of pain and separation.
It was an eerily familiar sight -- the townspeople of South Lake Tahoe, California, walking arm in arm down the street in support of kidnap victim Jaycee Dugard. But this time, things were different.
"Everybody was scared," a former student recalls, "and the parents were even more scared than the kids"
Abducted for four years as a child, Hornbeck gives insight on Jaycee's ordeal - and how she can overcome it
A California woman who turned up alive 18 years after being kidnapped at age 11 is reconnecting with her family after nearly two decades apart, her aunt said Thursday.
The attorney for Nancy Garrido, charged in the Jaycee Lee Dugard abduction case, expressed concern Wednesday that intense media coverage may prejudice his client's ability to get a fair trial.
News of Jaycee Dugard's safe return after 18 years in captivity gives Patty Wetterling hope.
Patty Wetterling talks to CNN's Chris Welch about her son Jacob, abducted at age 11 in 1989.
The garbage-strewn half-acre smells of mold and has cages for dogs - or humans - a source tells PEOPLE
"They thought Jaycee was their sister," their step-grandfather tells PEOPLE. "This will take years of therapy"