Girls Ditsy Floral Print Puff Sleeve Ruffle Hem Dress

Girls Ditsy Floral Print Puff Sleeve Ruffle Hem Dress

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Looking for a pretty and ditsy dress for your little girl? Our girls’ puff sleeve ruffle hem dress in a floral print is perfect! The floral ruffle is so girly and flirty! It has a gathered hem, puffed sleeves, and a ruffle hemline that drapes beautifully with the puffed shoulders. It has a tie belt that can be adjusted so the dress will fit your little girl. Wear this dress with a beautiful bling-bling headband. Or wear it as an evening dress — with a black or green belt, you’ll be ready to prom or dinner out! the evidence shows he had an equal ability to be cured of his addiction; therefore, he is not entitled to habilitative treatment.”
The court then entered the following:
“ORDER
“1. The Respondent is found no longer mentally ill.
“2. The Respondent shall refrain from having any contact or relationship with one or more of the following:
“a. Michael and/or Carol Green
“b. Susan A. Green
“c. Susan Green A.
“3. The Respondent shall have supervised contact with the following persons (the Respondent shall receive contact with the child’s mother after she is given a letter from the Director of Corrections):
*555 “a. The child’s mother
“b. Father of child who is in jail or on probation for violent crime
“4. This order shall take effect 30 days from and after its date.”
The court’s findings and order appear to be based primarily upon information supplied by an associate of the Director of Adult Mental Health of California, the only expert called by the County who dealt with petitioner before, during and after his commitment.
It is apparent that a commitment was made to the County because of petitioner’s mental illness, as the statute requires. The evidence shows that he was suffering from a mental illness, but there is no evidence that he was in need of habilitative treatment within the definition of the statute.
The order of commitment is not in violation of the statute and it is clear that if the court intended that petitioner receive such treatment, it could have so ordered.
By the terms of the order, petitioner is not to have contact with the Greens, but there is no evidence in the record that he has ever had any such contact. He was a young man, 25 at the time of the commitment, who had been convicted of murder, sentenced to life imprisonment, and committed to the county hospital for a 90-day treatment. If there is to be

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