State of Utah, in the interest of B.D.

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T.D. v. State. Filed February 19, 1999 IN THE UTAH COURT OF APPEALS
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State of Utah, in the interest of B.D., a person under eighteen years of age.
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T.D.,
Appellant,

v.

State of Utah,
Appellee.

MEMORANDUM DECISION
(Not For Official Publication)

Case No. 981263-CA

F I L E D
(February 19, 1999)
  1999 UT App 049

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Third District Juvenile, Salt Lake Department
The Honorable Olof A. Johansson

Attorneys:
Sam N. Pappas, Salt Lake City, for Appellant

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Before Judges Wilkins, Davis, and Jackson.

PER CURIAM:

Appellant appeals from an order of the juvenile court terminating his parental rights to B.D. He asserts that there was insufficient evidence to support the court's findings that he was an unfit parent, that he failed to support or contact his child, that he failed to comply with court ordered treatment plans, and that he is a pedophile.

Appellant's attorney has filed an Anders-type brief and has asked to withdraw as counsel. We find the Anders-type brief sufficient and, having independently examined the issues raised therein, find them to be wholly frivolous. Therefore, we grant appellant's counsel permission to withdraw from the appeal, and we affirm the juvenile court.
 

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Michael J. Wilkins,
Presiding Judge
 

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James Z. Davis, Judge
 

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Norman H. Jackson, Judge