New Cases – Sex Offenders and TPR

Posted on | April 19, 2012 | No Comments | megbishop

Dept. of Human Services v. B.B. – A father who may have had a really bad history of child abuse and sex offenses against children and has not completed sex offender treatment is not a current threat of harm to his children if he hasn’t offended against them or any other children in 16 years. And because father is not a threat, it follows that mother did not expose the children or fail to protect them from an unsafe individual.

Dept. of Human Services v. B.L.P. – The court, declining to recite the facts, affirmed the trial court’s finding that mother’s rights should be terminated due to unfitness.


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