CINA

IN RE: ANDRE B. (access required)

CINA — Award of custody to father — Father’s presence at hearing Appellant, Victoria B. appeals an order of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City that: (1) sustained facts stipulated to at a child in need of assistance (“CINA”) adjudicatory ...

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IN RE: T.J. (access required)

CINA — Reduction in contact with mother — From unsupervised to supervised visits On December 16, 2014, the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, sitting as a juvenile court, found that the appellant’s six-year-old daughter, T.J., was a Child in ...

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IN RE: CONSUELO R.-C. (access required)

CINA — Appeal by father seeking custody — Mootness This CINA case comes to us from the Circuit Court for Montgomery County (sitting as a juvenile court), which denied Carlos R.’s petition to dismiss CINA proceedings and grant him custody ...

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IN RE: L.B. AND D.B. (access required)

CINA — Motion to suppress evidence — Child’s statement that parents were abusive In this child in need of assistance (“CINA”) proceeding, appellant s Deja B. (“Ms. B.”), mother of appellees L.B. and D . B., and Lawrence B. (“Mr. ...

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IN RE: BRIANNA L. (access required)

CINA — Paternity test order — Abuse of discretion On January 7, 2015, Brianna L., the minor child, was found to be a Child in Need of Assistance (“CINA”) by the Circuit Court for Cecil County, sitting as a juvenile ...

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IN RE: D.B., K.T., AND D.C. (access required)

CINA — Change in permanency plan — Reunification to adoption by relative Latisha B., appellant, is the mother of three children: “D.B.” (born in 2003), “K.T.” (born in 2006), and “D.C.” (born in 2010) (collectively the “Children”). On May 30, ...

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IN RE: A.C., M.V., D.N. AND D.N. (access required)

CINA — Change in permanency plan — From reunification to adoption by non-relative Ms. N., appellant, appeals from an order of the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, sitting as a juvenile court, changing the permanency plans for Ms. N.’s children ...

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