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Juvenile Law Appellate Court Slip Opinion

by Carey, Sean


AC46551 - In re Angelina S. (“The respondent father, Troy S., appeals from the judgments of the trial court, rendered in favor of the petitioner, the Commissioner of Children and Families, terminating his parental rights with respect to his minor children, A and M, pursuant to General Statutes § 17a-112 (j) (3) (B) (i). On appeal, the respondent claims that the trial court improperly determined that the Department of Children and Families (department) made reasonable efforts to reunify him with his children, he was unable or unwilling to benefit from reunification services, and he failed to achieve such a degree of personal rehabilitation as would encourage the belief that, within a reasonable period of time, considering the ages and needs of the children, he could assume a responsible position in the children’s lives. We affirm the judgments of the trial court.”)