D.J.C.
v.
Juvenile Officer

Not overruled or negatively treated on appealinfoCoverage
Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District.Aug 7, 2012
372 S.W.3d 912 (Mo. Ct. App. 2012)

No. WD 74476.

2012-08-7

In The Interest of D.J.C., S.W. (Natural Mother), Appellant, v. Juvenile Officer; MISSOURI CHILDREN'S DIVISION, Respondent.

Appeal from the Circuit Court of Miller County, G. Stanley Moore, Judge. Nicholas E. Mebruer, Lebanon, MO; Guardian; Christian J. Rasmussen, Camdenton, MO, for appellant. Robert J. Seek, Eldon, MO, Juvenile Officer; Gary L. Gardner, Jefferson City, MO, for respondent.


Appeal from the Circuit Court of Miller County, G. Stanley Moore, Judge.
Nicholas E. Mebruer, Lebanon, MO; Guardian; Christian J. Rasmussen, Camdenton, MO, for appellant. Robert J. Seek, Eldon, MO, Juvenile Officer; Gary L. Gardner, Jefferson City, MO, for respondent.
Before Division One: JAMES M. SMART, Presiding Judge, LISA WHITE HARDWICK and GARY D. WITT, Judges.


ORDER


S.W. appeals the juvenile court's judgment assuming jurisdiction over her daughter, D.J.C., and committing her to the custody of the Miller County Children's Division for placement in foster care. S.W. claims the evidence is insufficient to support the court's finding that D.J.C. is in need of care and treatment. For reasons explained in a Memorandum provided to the parties, we find no error and affirm the judgment.

AFFIRMED. Rule 84.16(b).