Miami-Dade Judge Maria Sampedro-Iglesia conducted a ‘show cause’ hearing on last month. The hearing was to determine if the state’s regional child welfare legal director, Clarissa Cabreja, may have lied to her about what actions the state took on behalf of two foster children who may have witnessed the suicide of Naika Venant.
Miami-Dade Judge Maria Sampedro-Iglesia conducted a ‘show cause’ hearing on last month. The hearing was to determine if the state’s regional child welfare legal director, Clarissa Cabreja, may have lied to her about what actions the state took on behalf of two foster children who may have witnessed the suicide of Naika Venant. Emily Michot MIAMI HERALD
Miami-Dade Judge Maria Sampedro-Iglesia conducted a ‘show cause’ hearing on last month. The hearing was to determine if the state’s regional child welfare legal director, Clarissa Cabreja, may have lied to her about what actions the state took on behalf of two foster children who may have witnessed the suicide of Naika Venant. Emily Michot MIAMI HERALD

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April 08, 2017 1:33 AM