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In re B.C. 2014 ME 99

Justia.com Opinion Summary: When Mother's child was one year old, the district court found that Mother had placed her child in circumstances of jeopardy. Subsequently, after an evidentiary hearing, the district court entered judgment terminating Mother's parental rights, finding Mother unfit on the ground that she was unwilling or unable to protect the child from jeopardy and that termination of Mother's rights was in the child's best interest. The Supreme Court affirmed the judgment, holding that the district court did err or abuse its discretion by imposing in the dispositional portion of the jeopardy order certain conditions that Mother was required to meet before the court would consider her to have alleviated the circumstances that led to the jeopardy finding.

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