Adoption & Guardianship

IN RE: ADOPTION/GUARDIANSHIP OF M.C.

CINA — Termination of parental rights — Exceptional circumstances This is the second appeal from an order of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City terminating appellant’s parental rights to child, M.C. In this appeal, appellant challenges the circuit court’s findings ...

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IN THE MATTER OF J.A.

Guardianship — Special immigrant juvenile status — Return of child to native country J.A., the immigrant child in this case, was born in San Miguel, El Salvador. After illegally entering the United States, he was detained by immigration officers and ...

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IN RE: ADOPTION/GUARDIANSHIP OF S.E. and N.I.

CINA — Termination of parental rights — Admission of department reports Following a three-day trial, the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, sitting as the Juvenile Court, terminated the parental rights of Andrea L. (“Mother”), appellant, with respect to her minor ...

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IN RE: ADOPTION/GUARDIANSHIP OF N.A

CINA — Termination of parental rights — Sufficiency of the evidence N.A. (hereinafter “Child”) was born, prematurely, in Alexandria, Virginia on May 11, 2011. The Child’s parents are T.J. (hereinafter “Mother”) and appellant, K.A. (hereinafter “appellant” or “Father”). On May ...

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IN RE: ADOPTION/ GUARDIANSHIP OF J.B.

CINA — Termination of Parental Rights — Unfitness and exceptional circumstances This case involves an order of the Circuit Court for Baltimore County (the “juvenile court”) terminating the parental rights of Mr. B. (the “father”) and Ms. B. (the “mother”) ...

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IN RE: T.D.

Child custody — Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act — Juvenile-court jurisdiction Appellant, A.M., appeals from a Concurrent Plan of Unification and Custody and Guardianship to a Relative decreed by the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County sitting as ...

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IN RE: ADOPTION/GUARDIANSHIP OF T.A., JR.

CINA — Termination of parental rights — Admissibility of reports This appeal stems from the erroneous admission of hearsay evidence (Exhibit 91) during proceedings that terminated the rights of T.A.’s biological parents. Mother did not appeal. Father has brought this ...

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