Bergeron vs. Bergeron Moy 17,2OlO Docket # 31, 619 1
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hafted until concerns rf your children o' are sick and on meclication, do you f ee"l f ike they can go to their dad's house rt you telf him everything that he's supposed to do? A. Absolutely, but when he's leaving them with somebody eIse, how do I know they're being Lal<inq care ol? tllls
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O. Now, 1et me asJ< you this: If the judge orders Ihat my client gets visitabion this weekend, and in accordance wlth it, are you going to honor that order? 1\ " f s somebody going to listen to my concerns that's what the judqe is Coing O. I believe r:jght now.
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" O1<ay, what are your concerns ? your concerns are.
Move ofl, Ms. Li re tte. Le-t' s move on f wanL to know whether or not .she gave L.he ch i ldren to him be f ore 4 o' c-Lock on Decembe r 2i"L That, s what I want to know.
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23'd Judicia]. District. Court Judg:e Thomas J. Kliebert , Jr.
December 2Lst 4rF.1