In re T.G.Annotate this Case
Natasha B. appealed a juvenile court order that terminated her parental rights to her daughter, T.G. At a dispositional hearing, Natasha was bypassed for reunification services because her rights to her other children had previously been terminated. On appeal, Natasha argued that bypassing her for reunification was improper because the orders terminating services and parental rights with respect to T.G.'s half siblings were on appeal at the time of T.G.'s dispositional hearing, and therefore were not an appropriate basis for bypass. The Court of Appeal found the decision to bypass Natasha for reunification was not improper, and affirmed the juvenile court.