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In re C.S.K.

Supreme Court of North Dakota

August 6, 2014

In the Interest of C.S.K., a Child; State of North Dakota, Petitioner and Appellee
v.
C.S.K., a child, D.M.K., mother, and C.O.A., father, Respondents C.O.A., father, Appellant; In the Interest of K.L.A.B., a Child; State of North Dakota, Petitioner and Appellee
v.
K.L.A.B., a child, D.M.K., mother, and D.J.B., Jr., father, Respondents, D.M.K., mother, Appellant; In the Interest of C.S.K., a Child State of North Dakota, Petitioner and Appellee
v.
C.S.K., a child, D.M.K., mother, and C.O.A., father, Respondents D.M.K., mother, Appellant

Appeal from the Juvenile Court of Grand Forks County, Northeast Central Judicial District, the Honorable Debbie Gordon Kleven, Judge.

For petitioner and appellee (No. 20140205, No. 20140234, No. 20140235): Jacqueline Ann Gaddie(appeared), Assistant State's Attorney, and Anthony Probasco (argued), third-year law student, under the Rule on Limited Practice of Law by Law Students, Grand Forks, ND.

For C.O.A, respondent and appellant (No. 20140205): Jessica Johanna Ahrendt, Grand Forks Public Defender Office, Grand Forks, ND.

For D.M.K, respondent and appellant (No. 20140234, No. 20140235): Rhiannon Lorraine Gorham, Grand Forks, ND.

Daniel J. Crothers, Lisa Fair McEvers, Carol Ronning Kapsner, Dale V. Sandstrom, Gerald W. VandeWalle, C.J.

OPINION

Per Curiam.

[¶1] D.M.K., the mother of C.S.K. and K.L.A.B., appeals from a district court judgment terminating her parental rights. C.O.A., the father of C.S.K., appeals from a district court judgment terminating his parental rights. D.M.K. argues the district court erred by finding the children are deprived, deprivation likely will continue and the children likely will suffer serious physical, mental, moral or emotional harm if placed in D.M.K.'s custody. C.O.A. argues the district court erred by finding deprivation likely will continue and reasonable efforts were made to reunify the family after the children were removed. We summarily affirm under Rule 35.1(a)(2), N.D.R.App.P., concluding the district court was not clearly erroneous in finding the children are deprived, deprivation likely will continue, the children likely will suffer serious physical, mental, moral or emotional harm and reasonable efforts were made to reunite the children with their family.

[¶2] Daniel J. Crothers, Lisa Fair McEvers, Carol Ronning Kapsner, Dale V. Sandstrom, Gerald W. VandeWalle, C.J.


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