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The Capobiancos had long wanted to be parents and after seven failed in vitro fertilization attempts, made the decision to enter into an “open adoption†of Baby Veronica. On all accounts. Veronica was a happy, thriving, child residing in a ...
Blogger News Network · 4/14/2013
The Supreme Court Chief Justice denied an application to stay the adoption of Veronica. The South Carolina Supreme Court has ruled that Baby Veronica must be returned to her adoptive parents in July, however a petition was filed to stay the decision.
ABC 7 KATV · 8/3/2013
The biological father of baby Veronica said he will end any litigation in the custody case for his 4-year-old daughter. Dusten Brown and the Cherokee Nation's assistant attorney general Chrissi Nimmo held a news conference Thursday in Tulsa where they …
FOX Carolina · 10/10/2013
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An Oklahoma state court goes against the decision of the United States Supreme Court and decides the biological father of "Baby Veronica" can keep custody of the girl for now. CNN's Randi Kaye reports. Dusten Brown, the biological father, has always …
newday.blogs.cnn.com · 9/4/2013
This week, Baby Veronica finally went home — for good. She was adopted at birth by a South Carolina couple who raised her until she was just over 2 years old. Then she was sent back to live with her biological father, Dusten Brown, who had signed away ...
Yahoo News · BySusan Estrich · 9/25/2013
The last week of June ushered forth a history changing Supreme Court decision embroiled in controversy. While most in the United States were keenly aware of the repeal of DOMA, it was actually a decision made the previous day which held major …
modvive.com · 7/6/2013
The Tulsa World reports the contempt case was dropped Thursday after Dusten Brown and the Cherokee Nation reached an agreement with Matt and Melanie Capobianco, who are the adoptive parents of 4-year-old Veronica. Brown faced contempt charges …
KOCO Oklahoma City · 1/17/2014
In summer 2009, I made the most difficult decision of my life: to place my baby, Veronica Rose, with adoptive parents. Many know her as "Baby Girl" or "Baby Veronica" because her adoptive parents and I fought all the way to the Supreme Court for …
Lincoln Journal Star · 7/18/2013
In a custody battle that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, Matt Capobianco, a former longtime employee of Glasspro in Charleston, S.C., and his wife, Melanie, have won custody of the daughter they have sought to adopt for more than two years ...
glassBYTEs · 8/16/2013
Now we turn to the Supreme Court. The country is waiting on several rulings, important cases dealing with affirmative action, voting rights, and same-sex marriage. But there are other pending cases with lower profiles that still carry really profound ...
KCUR 89.3 FM · 6/21/2013