Court asked to suspend visits between Veronica and her adoptive parents; judge recuses herself

By MICHAEL OVERALL Modified: August 26, 2013 at 6:46 am •  Published: August 26, 2013
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Confirming that her adoptive parents are being allowed to see Baby Veronica, a Cherokee County court has been asked to suspend their visits until further hearings can be held.

Meanwhile, Special Judge Holli Wells entered an "order of recusal," removing herself from the case, according to a court docket that was available Sunday.

Arriving from South Carolina two weeks ago, Matt and Melanie Capobianco had not seen Veronica since losing custody of her on New Year's Eve 2011. In a flurry of activity that came Friday at the Cherokee County courthouse, the Capobiancos appear to be objecting to the appointment of a guardian ad litem to represent their adoptive daughter's "best interests" during the court proceedings.

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