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Tuesday, December 20, 2005

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The background of this case is: in 1998 A. S. W. was born. His biological father suffered a brain injury from a fall at work in 2000 and had to spend time in rehabilitation. In 2001 the juvenile office filed a petition to take jurisdiction and custody of A. S. W. because of neglect by the mother. The juvenile court decided that the father was in no condition physically or mentally to be able to take care of A. S. W. at that time. In 2002 the juvenile office petitioned to have the parental rights of both...

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