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(Published In THE TIMES, Mayes County, Oklahoma April 30, 2017)
PUBLICATION NOTICE
JD-2016-30
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: ANGELA OWENS, MOTHER
YOU AND EACH OF YOU, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, the State of Oklahoma through Matthew J. Ballard, District Attorney in and for the Twelfth Judicial District for the State of Oklahoma, has filed a PETITION stating with particularity, the facts, which being the children under and within the purview of the statutes of the State of Oklahoma relating to the children, and the relief requested, specifically praying for the PERMANENCY REVIEW of the case involving the above named child and that control and custody of said juvenile be vested in such person, state agency or institution as the Court may deem to be in the best interest of said juvenile.
Information of child, K.D., dob: 07/26/2006 was born at St. Francis Hospital, Tulsa, OK; D.D., dob: 03/10/2010 was born St. Francis Hospital, Tulsa, OK; B.D., dob: 05/08/2013 was born at St. Francis Hospital, Tulsa, Oklahoma The father of the above named child is Matthew Duncan and the mother is Angela Owens.
FURTHER, that the above named parents, guardians and any interested persons must appear before the District Court in and for Mayes County, Juvenile Division thereof, in the Courtroom at Pryor, Mayes County, Oklahoma, at the hour of 9:30 a.m. on the 18th day of July, 2017, for PERMANENCY HEARING when and where the Court will proceed to hear the merits of said application and grant such relief or make such orders as the Court deems necessary and proper in these premises.
You are advised that the respondents, parents, guardians, custodians each other interested parties, and each responded juveniles are entitled to be responded juvenile are entitled to be represented by an Attorney at each and every stage of these proceedings. If a state of indigence exists, such parties are entitled to a Court appointed attorney, at public expense.
FURTHER, THAT IN THE EVENT, the parents, guardians or any interested persons (other than the children concerned) fail to appear as summoned herein, the Court will receive the testimony and evidence produced by the State on the date and at the time so indicated, and will proceed to grant such relief and make such orders as the Court deems to be necessary and proper in said cause, as supported by the findings on the merits of said cause of action.
FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THIS HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE ADJUDICATION OF THIS CHILD AS A DEPRIVED CHILD AND MAY ULTIMATELY RESULT IN LOSS OF CUSTODY OF THIS CHILD OR THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD.
Dated this 19th day of April, 2017.
s/Rebecca J. Gore
REBECCA J. GORE
SPECIAL DISTRICT JUDGE
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PostedApril 30, 2017