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Juvenile Law Appellate Court Slip Opinion

by Roy, Christopher


AC45357 - In re A'vion A. (The respondent mother appeals from the judgments of the trial court rendered in favor of the petitioner, the Commissioner of Children and Families, terminating her parental rights as to A'vion, Aaliyah, and Azra, her minor children. On appeal, the respondent claims that the court improperly (1) denied her October 2, 2019 motion to compel the Department of Children and Families (department) to provide additional reunification services, (2) concluded that she failed to achieve the requisite degree of personal rehabilitation required by General Statutes § 17a-112 (j) (3) (B) with respect to Azra, and (3) determined that the department made reasonable efforts to reunify her with the minor children pursuant to § 17a-112 (j) (1).We conclude that the appeal is moot as to the final claim and dismiss that portion of the appeal. We otherwise affirm the judgments of the trial court.")