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TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - A resolution could be in the works in the "Baby Veronica" adoption involving a South Carolina couple and the toddler's biological father. Court records show a mediation agreement was entered into Friday after back-to-back hearings with ...
kjrh.com · 8/16/2013
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 adoptive parents of 4-year-old Veronica took custody of the girl from her biological father Monday evening. Mediation talks in a Tulsa courtroom between Matt and Melanie Capobianco and Brown ended without an agreement after the two sides could not ...
WLTX · 9/24/2013
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
Veronica's biological father, Dusten Brown, and adoptive parents, Matt and Melanie Capobianco, met before a Cherokee County District Judge in Tahlequah, Okla. A mediation agreement was reached, but the details will not be made public because the judge ...
Yahoo News · 1/29/2016
Much has been made this week of the Supreme Court’s decision that the Indian Child Welfare Act did not apply in the case of Baby Veronica. South Carolina later reversed its earlier decision and returned Veronica to her adopted parents, removing her ...
Patheos · 9/27/2013
Corrected: The 4-year-old girl known as Baby Veronica is back with her adoptive parents after the Oklahoma Supreme Court lifted a stay (PDF) that had kept the child with her father, Dusten Brown. Matt and Melanie Capobianco of Charleston, S.C., initiated ...
ABA Journal · ByDebra Cassens · 9/24/2013
The custody battle over "Baby Veronica," a one percent Cherokee girl who was adopted by non-Cherokee parents, continues as a divided Supreme Court decided to give her back to her adoptive parents, thus violating the 1978 federal law that prevents the ...
United Press International · 6/25/2013
Broken Home: The Save Veronica Story originally ran as a cover story on September 26, 2012. Ten months after Matt and Melanie Capobianco were ordered by a Charleston family court judge to turn over their two-year old adopted daughter Veronica to her …
Charleston City Paper · 10/5/2012
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