Unreported

IN RE: T.T. AND L.M.

CINA — Change in permanency plan — From reunification to adoption by non-relative Mr. T., appellant, appeals from an order of the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, sitting as a juvenile court, changing the permanency plan for his two sons, ...

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IN RE: J.D. & S.D.

CINA — Removal from mother’s custody — Likelihood of further abuse or neglect The Circuit Court for Montgomery County, sitting as a juvenile court, declared J.D. and S.D. (the “children”) to both be Children in Need of Assistance (“CINA1 ”). ...

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IN RE: ADOPTION/ GUARDIANSHIP OF J.B.

CINA — Termination of parental rights — Parental 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 ...

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IN RE: A.B.

CINA — Termination of parental rights — Exceptional circumstances Appellant, Byron L.-R. (“Father”), challenges a judgment of the Circuit Court for Harford County, sitting as a juvenile court, terminating his parental rights with respect to his son, A.B., and granting ...

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IN RE: A.H.

CINA — Change in permanency plan — Reunification with mother On July 8, 2014, the Worcester County Circuit Court, sitting as a juvenile court, declared A.H. (“the child”), born in 2010, to be a child in need of assistance (“CINA”). ...

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IN RE: E.O. AND E.O.

CINA — Change in permanency plan — From adoption and reunification to adoption In November 2014, the Harford County Department of Social Services (the “Department”) received notification that two siblings, Es. O. and Em. O. aged 14 and 12, were ...

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IN RE: S.B. & IN RE: C.T.

CINA — Neglect by mother — Inability to prove care and attention This appeal involves the consolidated child in need of assistance (“CINA”) cases of S.B. and C.T. The Circuit Court for Washington County, which sat as a juvenile court, ...

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IN RE: C.E.

CINA — Termination of parental rights — Waiver of obligation to make reasonable reunification efforts Appellant, Crystal D., is the biological mother of respondent child C.E. Appellant appeals an order from a Child In Need of Assistance (“CINA”) proceeding,1 where ...

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