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“I am: Newbold Noyes, son of the late editor of the Washington Evening Star…”

Family Court in America

In the following account, Mr. Noyes vividly describes a family court hearing held last January. 

In describing what happened in Mila’s case, he also describes what happens in most family court hearings after a mother discovers that the father of her child has abused her child.   

This same hearing has been held Monday through Friday in most every state in the nation during the course of the last 30 years.  Of course, each case has different names, different dates and different details – and each case is the same.

The following was on the website, Saving Mila, before a judge in Maine ordered a censoring of that site.

Lori,

I didn’t see the following on your web page, it’s from last January’s hearing. Feel free to use it if you want, or not. … This account was taken from my handwritten notes made in court that day, and typed into an email a few days later.

The last paragraphs…

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