Unreported

IN RE: J.J.

CINA — Change in permanency plan — Custody/guardianship to adoption This appeal arises from an order issued by the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, sitting as a juvenile court, which changed the permanency plan for J.J. (born November 2012), ...

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IN RE: C.H. AND J.H.

CINA — Dismissal by Social Services — Need for a hearing Whenever the placement of a minor is at issue, the guiding light of our analysis is the best interests of the child. In this appeal, we are asked to ...

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IN RE: R.V., JR.

CINA — Trial home visit — Documentation In September 2018, the Circuit Court for Calvert County, sitting as the juvenile court, found that R.V., Jr. (“Child”) was a child in need of assistance and placed him in the care and ...

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IN RE: O. Y.

CINA — Termination of parental rights — Aggressive and criminal conduct On August 1, 2019, the Circuit Court for Harford County granted guardianship of one-year-old O. to the Harford County Department of Social Services, with the right to consent to ...

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IN RE: A. K.

CINA — Neglect — Sufficiency of the evidence In an order dated May 16, 2019, and docketed on May 20, 2019, the Circuit Court for Frederick County, sitting as a juvenile court, found that 11-year-old A. was a child in ...

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In Re: J.R.

CINA — Ineffective assistance of counsel — Failure to raise due process concerns Following the adjudicatory and dispositional hearings, the Circuit Court for Cecil County, sitting as a juvenile court, found J.R.1 to be a Child in Need of Assistance ...

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IN RE: K.W., JR.

CINA — Award to maternal grandparents — Factual findings Sitting as a juvenile court, the Circuit Court for Baltimore County ordered custody and guardianship of K.W., Jr. (“K.W.”)—who had previously been found to be a Child in Need of Assistance ...

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IN RE: T.G.

CINA — Mother’s 5th Amendment privilege — Negative inference This appeal arises from an order of the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, sitting as a juvenile court, finding respondent child T.G. to be a Child in Need of Assistance (“CINA”)1 ...

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