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Filed on
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
SUMMARY: Termination of parental rights was proper where the child had multiple injuries over several years, where he was diagnosed with psycho-social dwarfism, where he was severely delayed in multiple areas but made quick improvements after being placed in foster care and where the parents failed...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
SUMMARY: Holding the adjudication hearing 8 months after the petition was filed where the child is 17 years of age and the abuser already sentenced for sexual assault is hardly ideal but not grounds for reversal. Evidence establishing that the interpreter at the therapy sessions was fluent in...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
SUMMARY: The mother’s consistent and substantial progress in the 17 months between the filing of the termination petition and the completion of the TPR trial make it error to terminate her parental rights. Dannie, DOB 10/30/02, was removed from her mother Michelle on April 26, 2004, after she...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
SUMMARY: An 18-day delay between the ex parte order and the detention hearing is “on the outer edge of reasonableness” but is not unreasonable. The evidentiary basis of an ex parte temporary detention order is not appealable because the ex parte order is not a final order. On November 5, 2007, the...Read more
Filed on
Friday, September 26, 2003
SUMMARY: To establish that reasonable efforts to reunify are not required, the State must provide clear and convincing evidence. The nature and severity of the abuse, the delay in seeking treatment and the ongoing denial by the parents in this case establish that reasonable efforts are not required...Read more
Filed on
Friday, May 31, 1985
SUMMARY: The rehabilitation plan must be reasonable and under the direction of the juvenile court. Siblings have the right to know each other. Delays in progression of the case due to court or agency conduct cannot be used to justify termination of parental rights due to the child’s bonding with...Read more
 
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