The details of the interview were released during the trial, which the judge ordered to visit Maya Millet’s family.
San Diego – Missing mother Maya Millet The three children are now in the custody of their grandparents in Chula Vista.
On Wednesday, San Diego Superior Court Judge Julia Kelti refused to rule on the custody of the children of Aunt Marie Cris Drouaillet.
However, the judge ordered a weekly visit between the children and Maya’s family, including Drought and grandparents.
His father, Larry Millet, has been charged with felony criminal mischief for killing his wife and is being held without bail. Maya Militia’s body not found.
No cameras were allowed during Wednesday’s court hearing, which required a temporary custody order for Drouaillet.
“It is no wonder that the court’s first impression in the event of an accident is to continue the situation today,” said San George, a family lawyer who did not take part in the case.
“It is a conservative decision by the court, but the court must be conservative here. Keeping the children safe is the first step in the court and also to ensure their safety, ”said Giorgio.
In this case alone, La Mesa’s attorney, Kelly James, represented the children.
Judge James ordered a copy of the “forensic interview” of the three children, which was previously held at the Kardney Mesa Radi Children’s Hospital in Chadwick.
“When the term ‘forensic’ is used, it means an official investigation,” says George. “So you have an investigator, you have someone [Child Welfare Services] Asking His Son ”
The family lawyer believes that the children’s forensic interview focused on the situation surrounding the Maya Militia disappearance, as well as the relationship between different family members.
“I’m sure the children were asked not only about what happened on a particular day, but also about the family as a whole,” Giorgio said. “So when the wife is gone, the investigation is not just about the husband, it is about everyone in the family.”
The judge ordered that the guardian, Larry Milete, violate the restraining order and give a copy of the phone call to his three children from prison.
Court attorney James said the Maltese children were doing well at school and did not show any behavioral problems.
James told the court there was an active, ongoing child welfare service investigation into the children’s safety. She also said that her father’s ancestors, Benito and Judith Millet, had received certificates of caregivers’ plans to apply to the court for regular guardianship before the next hearing.
Judge Cletti ordered Larry Millet’s parents to visit the mother’s family and work with the children for mental health services. The visits come with a celestial order barring relatives from discussing any details of ongoing criminal or court proceedings with children.
Although the judge refused to rule on custody on Wednesday, a January 19 hearing was rescheduled.
However, Kelety Drouaillet asked if it would be better to remove the children from their home and from Chula Vista School. Drouaillet currently resides in Riverside County.
Old Trafford attorney Scott Finkbeiner said the judge would be willing to move to San Diego County to give his client as much stability as possible.
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