OR: Appeal of order of mother in juvenile case to provide UAs affirmed for an insufficient appellate record

The mother of a juvenile was ordered to give observed UAs as a part of a dependency-neglect proceeding. She didn’t provide a sufficient appellate record to decide whether the trial court’s order violated the state constitution, so it’s affirmed. Dep’t of Human Servs. v. A.M.B. (In re K.R.M.), 299 Ore. App. 361, 2019 Ore. App. LEXIS 1132 (Sept. 11, 2019).

Defendant’s driving and her condition and admissions after the stop were reasonable suspicion to continue the detention for DUI. City of Westlake v. Blakley, 2019-Ohio-3670, 2019 Ohio App. LEXIS 3755 (8th Dist. Sept. 12, 2019).*

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