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Case No. 19-1261

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In the Interest of B.N. and I.N., Minor Children

A.N., Father-Appellant

Attorney for Appellant Father

J. Joseph Narmi

Attorney for Appellee State

Mary A. Triick, Assistant Attorney General

Guardian ad Litem

Roberta J. Megel

Court of Appeals

Court of Appeals Opinion

Opinion Number:
19-1261
Date Published:
Oct 09, 2019
Summary

            Appeal from the Iowa District Court for Pottawattamie County, Eric J. Nelson, District Associate Judge.  AFFIRMED.  Considered by Tabor, P.J., and Mullins and May, JJ.  Opinion by Tabor, P.J.  (9 pages)

            A father appeals the juvenile court order adjudicating his two daughters as children in need of assistance.  He contends the court erred in several evidentiary rulings and the State failed to present clear and convincing evidence to prove the grounds for adjudication.  OPINION HOLDS: We find the evidentiary rulings did not prejudice the father in these proceedings.  The State presented sufficient proof of the grounds for the adjudication.  Accordingly, we affirm. 

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