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SUMMARY: Corwyn D. appeals the order of an order of the Separate Juvenile Court of Lancaster County finding that his children, Sebastian D. and Lillian-Jo D. were within the meaning of Neb. Rev. Stat. § 43-247(3)(a). The Court of Appeals affirms the decision of the Juvenile Court. On September 26...
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SUMMARY: Jackson E.’s former foster parents attempt to appeal an order of the County Court of Holt County declining to grant them a new trial on Jackson’s placement changing. Because they do not have standing, the appeal is dismissed for lack of jurisdiction. Jackson came to the Court’s attention in...
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SUMMARY: The State appeals an order of the County Court for Madison County to not terminate Charles J.'s parental rights to his son, K.J. because it had not provided counsel for Charles in the proceedings leading up to the adjudication of K.J. The Supreme Court reverses and remands with directions...
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SUMMARY: DeKarlos H. appeals from two separate orders of the Lancaster Juvenile Court. In A-15-247 the Court ordered DeKarlos to attend domestic violence batterers’ intervention course and a victims’ impact group prior to becoming a viable placement for his daughter, DeKandyce. In A-16-694, the...
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SUMMARY: Joseph B. appeals from an order of the Separate Juvenile Court of Lancaster County. The Supreme Court reverses and remands with instructions. Tavian B. was found to be a child within the meeting of Neb. Rev. Stat. § 43-2417(3)(a). Sixteen months later the state moved to terminate the...
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SUMMARY: Dana H., appeals the order from the Lancaster Juvenile Court overruling his motion to suppress a switch-blade uncovered during a warrantless search of his backpack. The Court adjudicated him a child within the meaning of Neb. Rev. Stat. § 43-247(1) for having “possession, custody, or...
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SUMMARY: Debi B. appeals from the order of the Juvenile Court in Lancaster County adjudicating her child, Grace H., to be within the meaning of Neb. Rev. Stat. § 43-247(3)(a). The Court of Appeals finds that the State did not prove the allegations by a preponderance of the evidence, and so reverses...
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SUMMARY: Mother, Lacy S. appeals, and father, Daniel S. cross-appeal from an order by the Juvenile Court of Lancaster County adjudicating their two children, Gavin and Jordan, to be within the meaning of Neb. Rev. Stat. § 43-247(a) and terminating their rights to the children. Both parents assign...
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SUMMARY: In re Interest of Mya C., et al. 23 Neb. App. 383 No. A-15-204 Filed on November 17, 2015 The father, David M. Sr., appealed from an order terminating his parental rights to his children LaToya M. and David M. Jr., by the Lancaster County Juvenile Court. The termination was reversed and...
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