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Dusten Brown, biological father of "Baby Veronica," held a news conference on Thursday to publicly state he would no longer be seeking legal custody of his daughter. Brown released the following statement on the "Standing our Ground for Veronica Brown ...
HNGN · 10/10/2013
Dusten Brown, father of “Baby Veronica,” as the media has dubbed her, and over whom there is an adoption dispute, turned himself to the Sequoyah County Sheriff’s Department in Oklahoma on Monday morning. He also declined to be extradited …
Guardian LV · 8/14/2013
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
While the nation’s eyes were turned towards the nightmare that unfolded in Boston last week, a very different kind of mess was being argued before the Supreme Court in Washington D.C. The Baby Veronica case, as it’s called, involves a biological father ...
BabyCenter Blog · 4/23/2013
A South Carolina court might decide who will raise baby Veronica after the nation's top justices ruled Tuesday in favor of the James Island couple who tried to adopt her. The S.C. Supreme Court must take up the remanded case within 25 days, attorneys said.
The Post and Courier · 6/25/2013
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
UPDATE: TAHLEQUAH - A custody hearing has begun at the Cherokee County courthouse in the ongoing court battle over the child known as Baby Veronica. It's the first of two scheduled court hearings today. The second will be in Cherokee Nation tribal …
Oklahoma News · 8/16/2013
The adoptive parents in this case, Matt and Melanie Capobianco, adopted baby Veronica from Christina Maldonado, a non-Native American woman from Oklahoma. Prior to giving birth to the baby, Maldonado cut off all contact with the biological father ...
Jezebel · 4/18/2013
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
Baby Veronica, the 4-year-old Cherokee child at the center of a years-long adoption battle, was returned to her adoptive parents Monday after the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled it did not have legal standing to decide the child's custody arrangement.
News Max · 9/24/2013