Judge Removed in Case as TX Father Fights to Keep Ex from Turning Their 7-Year-Old Son into a Girl
Added 12-13-19 08:05:02am EST - “The Texas judge who has presided over the case of James Younger, the seven-year-old boy caught in a transgender transition custody fight, has been removed from the case.” - Www1.cbn.com
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The Texas judge who has presided over the case of James Younger, the seven-year-old boy caught in a transgender transition custody fight, has been removed from the case.
Little James is in the middle of a legal battle between his parents that made national headlines after it was revealed the boy's mother intended to publicly gender-transition him into a girl against the father's wishes. Even the seven-year-old boy has reportedly been conflicted about the transition, too.
The Texan reports last month Anne Georgulas, the boy's mother, filed a motion for recusal against Judge Kim Cooks of the 255th district.
In October, Cooks set aside a jury's verdict that would have awarded Georgulas sole conservatorship over James. The jury's verdict caused a massive public outcry garnering national media attention and an investigation from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott. In her final decision, Cooks ruled that the present joint conservatorship would remain in place and the father Jeffrey Younger would share any medical decisions made for the boy.
Georgulas' attorneys filed a motion to have the judge replaced after Cooks shared a Facebook post in which she shared an article from The Dallas Morning News, writing: "The governor nor any legislature (sic) had any influence on the Court's Decision."
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