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November 26, 2012


This case begins a terrible slippery slope weakening a critical right of parents to their children. A defendant in a traffic case has more rights to have a waiver be specifically made than these parents had as the old common law doctine of "silence betokens consent" appears to be what is being applied. These parents may be different people today than they were four years ago. Also, there was never a specific finding of unfitness at the time and no finding of unfitness in the present. I hope this ruling will be appealed.

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