Terminated the right's of a fictitious man and lied in his decision stating he never received an affidavit from the mother, which was in an objection brief filed by the AG's office. Four day's after the affidavit was submitted to the court, Judge Patten granted adoption of the child to the foster stranger's. The REAL father was denied paternity testing and custody.
Judge Patten terminated another fictitious man's right's of another child, knowing he had the wrong man.
DCYF and the court had the father's name, address, SS number, phone number and the father's name and birth date were on the child's birth certificate. Judge Patten terminated a man's right's sixteen year's younger than the real father.
These are not the only termination of Parental rights of fictitious men in the Nashua area.
There have been many more.
He also granted name change of a nine year old boy four week's after he was placed in a foster/preadoptive home.