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In re Hanna F. CA2/2
Saulo F. (father) appeals from the juvenile court’s jurisdictional findings and removal order concerning his children Hanna F. (born September 2015) and Rachelle F. (born October 2016). The children had previously been in the custody of H.B. (mother), thus father was a noncustodial parent at the time of the removal. In making its removal order, the juvenile court relied on Welfare and Institutions Code section 361, subdivisions (a)(1), (c), and (d), and section 362, subdivision (a). Father argues that substantial evidence does not support the juvenile court’s finding that, as a noncustodial parent, father caused the children serious harm or put them at risk of suffering serious harm. Father further argues that the juvenile court improperly assessed removal of Hanna and Rachelle from his custody under section 361, subdivision (d).

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