Court decision is 'travesty of justice,' lawyers say in adoption showdown
Though his birth mother desperately wants him back, "Baby J" will be raised by his adoptive parents, a New Jersey appellate court ruled last week in a heart-wrenching adoption case that has left two families in turmoil for months. Gloria Roman, a 20-year-old receptionist from Union County, went to court last year to try to get back her newborn son after she said the adoption agency misled her and failed to inform her about alternatives to adoption, as required by New Jersey law.
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