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Baby Girl involves an Indian child, Veronica Capobianco, who was placed for adoption with the Capobianco’s at birth. Her biological father, Dusten Brown, never agreed to the adoption—he says he gave up his parental rights without knowing that the child ...
Slate · 6/26/2013
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Tulsa World · 5/15/2015
Last spring, when the Supreme Court heard a custody battle involving a young child, her biological father and an adoptive couple, Justice Sonia Sotomayor anticipated that even after the Court ruled, the heartbreaking saga would be far from over. Sotomayor ...
ABC News · ByAriane De Vogue andAriane De · 9/11/2013
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UPDATE: Baby Veronica is now back with her adoptive parents. She is the child of Cherokee descent caught in a custody battle that has garnered national attention. Veronica went back to her legal adoptive parents, Matt and Melanie Capobianco around 7 …
KFOR-TV · 9/23/2013
Christy Maldonado lives in Oklahoma. This month she filed a brief urging the Supreme Court of South Carolina to finalize her birth daughter’s adoption by Matt and Melanie Capobianco. In the summer of 2009, I made the most difficult decision of my life ...
Washington Post · 7/12/2013
The South Carolina Supreme Court declined Wednesday to rehear the case of Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, a court battle that began in South Carolina and made its way to the U.S. Supreme Court before being remanded to South Carolina for a final ruling.
FITSNews · 7/25/2013
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court decided to “save Baby Veronica” by ruling the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) does not protect the parental rights of her Cherokee father, in the case Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl. I say “save” because that’s what ...
New America Media · 6/28/2013
'Baby Veronica' trick-or-treating in Charleston, S.C., in 2011. The Supreme Court ruled she will leave her biological father in Oklahoma to go back to her adoptive parents. (Photo: Anonymous AP) WASHINGTON -- A sharply divided Supreme Court sided with …
USA Today · ByRichard Wolf · 6/26/2013
The Oklahoma Supreme Court said it won't intervene in an adoption dispute involving Veronica, a Cherokee girl, and dissolved a court order that was keeping her with Dusten Brown, her biological father. OKLAHOMA CITY — The South Carolina couple who ...
New York Daily News · 9/24/2013
On Tuesday, the Oklahoma Supreme Court announced it had issued a stay in the adoption of a young Cherokee girl known as Baby Veronica, calling into question an order from a South Carolina court ordering the girl be turned over immediately to her …
RH Reality Check · ByJessica Mason Pieklo · 9/4/2013