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Criminal – Custody – Abduction Conviction – Jurisdiction (access required)

A trial court did not have subject matter jurisdiction to impose an order requiring a mother not to take any action to seek custody or visitation of her daughter through any court, any jurisdiction or country, and the Court of Appeals reverses the trial court order. In 2002, the mother was convicted of abduction, conspiracy to ...

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