Precedent-Setting Case Involves Watertown Man
A Watertown man is at the center of a precedent-setting child visitation ruling.
"It's major. There's been no Court of Appeals ruling on it before," said Melissa Koffs, the lawyer who represented the child.
Granger's attorney sued after the child's mother refused to bring him.
The boy's lawyer said the child didn't want the visits.
"The burden would be on the custodial parent to show why the visits would be inappropriate," said Granger's lawyer Charles Greenberg.
Thursday, November 27, 2014, Watertown, NY
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