Sign the Petition to WV judicial Review Board

This petition closed 11 months ago

We need to protect our children from abusive parents and stop placing them back into homes where the abuse continues and escalates.Stop worrying about the voters and start caring for the children who are suffering at the hands of monsters, and being ignored by the system that is suppose to protect them. One child has already died due to this Judge's poor judgment and lack of concern for the innocent children 

 State Statutes ResultsWest VirginiaChild WelfareGrounds for Involuntary Termination of Parental RightsTo better understand this issue and to view it across States, download the PDF (445 KB) of this publication.Circumstances That Are Grounds for Termination of Parental RightsAnn. Code § 49-6-5The court shall terminate the parental rights of an abusing parent when:The parent has subjected any child in the household to aggravated circumstances that include, but are not limited to, abandonment, torture, chronic abuse, and sexual abuse.The parent has:Committed murder or voluntary manslaughter of the child's other parent, another child of the parent, or any other child residing in the same householdAttempted or conspired to commit such a murder or voluntary manslaughterCommitted a felonious assault that results in serious bodily injury to the child, the child's other parent, or any other child residing in the same householdThe parental rights of the parent to another child have been terminated involuntarily.The abusing parent has habitually abused or is addicted to alcohol, controlled substances, or drugs to the extent that proper parenting skills have been seriously impaired and such person or persons have not responded to or followed through the recommended and appropriate treatment.The abusing parent has willfully refused to cooperate in the development of a reasonable family case plan designed to lead to the child's return to their care, custody, and control.The abusing parent has not responded to or followed through with a reasonable family case plan designed to reduce or prevent the abuse or neglect of the child.The parent has abandoned the child.The parent has repeatedly or seriously injured the child physically or emotionally or has sexually abused or sexually exploited the child. The parent suffers from emotional illness, mental illness, or mental deficiency of such duration or nature as to render the parent incapable of exercising proper parenting skills or sufficiently improving the adequacy of such skills.A battered parent's parenting skills have been seriously impaired, and he or she has willfully refused or is presently unwilling or unable to cooperate in the development of a reasonable treatment plan or has not adequately responded to or followed through with the recommended and appropriate treatment plan

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