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In re M.E. 2014 ME 98

Justia.com Opinion Summary: Mother and Father's child was placed in the custody of the Department of Health and Human Services after the district court found the child had severe failure to thrive, needed consistent feeding by mouth and feeding tube, and that the parents had not followed medical advice for treating the child's condition. After a jeopardy hearing, the district court found that jeopardy existed as to both Mother and Father and ordered that the child remain in the Department's custody. The Supreme Court affirmed, holding that there was sufficient evidence in the record to establish that the child was in circumstances of jeopardy while in the parents' care, requiring the child's removal from her parents' home in order to receive the medical care and treatment she required.

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