Reported

IN RE: ADOPTION/GUARDIANSHIP OF C.E.

CINA — Non-termination of parental rights — Third-party custody We consider here whether allowing a child to remain indefinitely in the custody of a third party, without terminating the parental rights of both parents, constitutes a proper exercise of judicial ...

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IN RE: ADOPTION/GUARDIANSHIP OF C.E.

CINA — Rights of child — Timely permanency plan C.E. (“C.E.” or “the child”) is a male child, born in May 2014, to Mother and Father. All of Mother’s six other children have entered the foster care system through removal ...

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IN RE: ADOPTION/GUARDIANSHIP OF H.W.

Termination of parental rights — Exceptional circumstances — Consideration of non-statutory factors Proceedings to terminate parental rights necessitate maintaining a delicate balance between a parent’s constitutional right to raise their children, the State’s interest in protecting children, and the child’s ...

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IN RE B.C., IN RE ADOPTION/GUARDIANSHIP OF B.C.

CINA — Termination of parental rights — Disestablishment of paternity On September 16, 2016, the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, sitting as a juvenile court (“the juvenile court”), disestablished and terminated the presumptive paternity of G.C. (“Appellant”) to minor B.C. ...

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IN RE: B.C.

CINA — Presumptive paternity of husband — Best interest of child On September 16, 2016, the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, sitting as a juvenile court (“the juvenile court”), disestablished and terminated the presumptive paternity of G.C. (“Appellant”) to minor ...

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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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