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No due process denial when mom consented to adoption (access required)

Even though an incarcerated mother did not have a guardian ad litem when she consented to have her parents adopt her child, the evidence does not support her argument that she was denied due process. The record shows that she understood the nature and consequences of consenting to the adoption. Overview Mother and J.H. married and had ...