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Filed on
Friday, January 28, 2005
SUMMARY: Because the testimony of the sole witness for the State was primarily based on hearsay and the testimony from the mother’s therapist that the mother was improving her parenting skills and that the child would be harmed by termination was not contradicted, the State did not prove that...Read more
Filed on
Friday, January 25, 2002
SUMMARY: A separate hearing is not required when a parent challenges the provision of reasonable efforts under Neb. Rev. Stat. section 43-283.01. Although incarceration cannot alone be a basis for termination, the court may consider the facts that led to the incarceration and the parent’s inability...Read more
Filed on
Friday, April 3, 1992
SUMMARY: The physical presence of a parent at the hearing to terminate parental rights is unnecessary so long as the parent has been provided procedural due process. Parental incarceration may be considered in reference to abandonment as a basis for termination of parental rights under 43-292(1). L...Read more
Filed on
Friday, May 4, 1990
SUMMARY: The statutory time limit to hold an adjudication hearing is directory, not mandatory. The mother’s failure to protect her child from abuse by the father by allowing her to live with him when she knew he was abusive was sufficient cause for termination of parental rights. C.P, DOB 9/22/83,...Read more


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