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Darla R. v. Superior Court
A. M., born in November 2005, was made a dependent of the Contra Costa Juvenile Court in October 2006. (Welf. & Inst. Code, 300.)[1] Pursuant to rule 8.452 of the California Rules of Court, his mother, Darla R. (petitioner), has filed a petition for extraordinary writ review of an order setting a hearing to select and implement a permanent plan pursuant to section 366.26 (hereafter .26 hearing). She contends reasonable services were not provided to her as a developmentally delayed parent and Contra Costa County Bureau of Children and Family Services (Bureau) did not establish that return of A. M. to her would create a substantial risk of harm to him. The petition is denied on the merits.

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