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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
From the beginning, it's been hard to read (or write) about the story of Baby Veronica without using words like ... In an email between Bazelon and U.C. Berkeley's Joan Heifetz Hollinger, the family law prof said she believes the order "gives a VERY ...
Charleston City Paper · 7/24/2013
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 Supreme Court has decided to take on the case of Baby Veronica, a 3-year-girl caught up in the custody battle between her Native American father and adoptive parents. Matt and Melanie Capobianco witnessed the birth of their adoptive daughter and for ...
The Christian Post · ByBrittney R. Villalva · 1/6/2013
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 · 8/2/2013
Dusten Brown, the biological father of the 3-year-old toddler who is known as Baby Veronica, filed for a second appeal with the Oklahoma Supreme Court on Friday asking it to block Veronica’s return to her adoptive family. Brown was ordered to turn over ...
WebProNews · 9/8/2013
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 ...
Yahoo GMA · ByAriane De · 9/11/2013
Baby Veronica – the four-year-old Cherokee Indian girl at the heart of a contentious custody dpute between her paternal father and adoptive parents – on her way to South Carolina after an Oklahoma court declined to intervene in the case. The Oklahoma ...
FITSNews · 9/24/2013
The Baby Veronica case, named for the girl at the center of a contentious child custody dispute, has stirred powerful emotional responses from many groups, including some Christian evangelicals. Motivated by their faith in God and a distrust of federal ...
The State South Carolina's Homepage · 9/13/2013
On the surface, it appears from reading the Journal Star on July 18 that after a long legal ordeal, Baby Veronica is back where she belongs -- with the Capobiancos, the adoptive parents her birth mother, Christy Maldonado, chose for her. But the Associated ...
Lincoln Journal Star · 7/20/2013