Court: Michigan Court of Appeals (Unpublished)
Case Name: In re Webb
Respondent was a known sex offender who had sexually abused his two younger sisters when they were five and six years old. The court held that “given the evidence that respondent was a known sex offender who sexually abused his two sisters when they were young, that a sexual abuse risk assessment showed that respondent presented at least a moderate risk of re-offending, and he was unwilling to engage in recommended counseling to address, among other things, ‘controlling sexual impulses, and cultivating healthier attitudes about sex’,” the trial court did not clearly err in finding that the children, who were not that much younger than respondent’s sisters when he abused them, were reasonably likely to be harmed if placed in his home. Affirmed. Full Text Opinion
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