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February 11, 2007
North Carolina Court must Decide Whether Child may Visit Mother who is in Prison for Having Murdered the Child's Father
The parents of a Raleigh, North Carolina man who was poisoned by his wife are trying to keep their granddaughter away from the her mother. An expert took the stand and presented the other side of the case. That expert was another psychologist with a different view. The psychologist thinks the court's ban on Clare Miller visiting her mother, Ann Miller Kontz, in prison has not been good for the child.
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