Augusta woman convicted on questionable evidence heading home
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Medical Examiner should be cited. Bad Call then. Correct call now. Should never have gone to trial.
What a horrible situation…for both the mother and son. A lot to “unpack” here. So much that it would be very hard to point fingers and judge this woman. We can say we know what we’d do here, but we don’t.
This poor woman! Thankful she has been released.
when doctors tell a mother nothing more to be done, continue to take them to doctor! you are their voice. I know. keep fighting for your child. sad, all the way around, system failed, as usual.