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JDR ‘Dispositional Order’ Was Final (access required)

A “dispositional order” transferring legal and physical custody of appellant’s grandchild to DSS and granting visitation to the child’s mother, after appellant was observed passing fraudulent prescriptions in the child’s presence and was charged with prescription fraud, was a “final order” and the circuit court had no jurisdiction to review the JDR order because appellant ...

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