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Judge denies Bloomfield Hills mother’s appeal of recusal motion in contentious custody case

In domestic law on November 21, 2015 at 12:48 am

A St. Clair County circuit judge has ruled against a Bloomfield Hills woman

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His 1-year-old daughter was killed, complete brain damage & bruising all over her body, because she fell out of bed? And the jury believed this crap?Father found not guilty in death of 1-year-old …

In domestic law on November 21, 2015 at 12:48 am

An Indianapolis man charged last year with murder and neglect in connection to the death of his 1-year-old daughter has been found not guilty.

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His 1-year-old daughter was killed, complete with brain damage and bruising all over her body, because she fell out of bed? And the jury believed this crap?

DA: Father to be charged with homicide after baby died from injuries

In domestic law on November 21, 2015 at 12:40 am

For the second time in roughly a month, Cumberland County District Attorney David Freed and the district attorney’s office dealt with a case they have never before encountered.

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Dad was “sole caretaker” for 48 hours leading up to baby’s death. Custody/visitation situation?

Guatemalan court orders Guat baby taken from Belize mother

In domestic law on November 21, 2015 at 12:39 am

ORANGE WALK, Tues. Nov. 17, 2015–Based on information from “Guatemalan central authorities,” Judith Alpuche, CEO in the Ministry of Human Development, says her department moved in on 22-year-old Analiz Perez Gutierrez and removed her 2-year-old child from her custody. Gutierrez said that she had been napping with her daughter at her Orange Walk residence on Friday, November 13, when a woman, accompanied by a uniformed male police officer, informed her that she was a social worker authorized to immediately take the child into custody, based on a ruling in a Guatemalan Court, which granted custody of the child to her biological father, a Guatemalan national. According to Gutierrez, the woman stated that the Office of Human Development, had been ordered by the Guatemalan Embassy in Belize to locate the child and remove her from her mother’s custody. The story might not have made the news had the desperate mother not posted on Facebook that her “baby had […]

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