Mother Ghosted On Previous DNA Tests (Full Episode) | Paternity CourtJan 27, 2022
Communications with her for... For a reason. I don't know if she's my baby, so I won't take care of something that isn't my job. JUDGE LAKE: But, but, okay, but… You also have to take into account, because there was a question of her conception dates, and you say that you slept with her without using protection. What if Jeremiah is your son? If Jeremiah is my son, at the end of the day, I'm going to take care of my son. And you understand that you've missed his birth, you've missed the first six months of his life, the union of that, because of doubt.
Are you willing to accept the fact that you've missed out on that part of his life? I can't do anything but accept it. But if he's my son, all I have to do is make it up to him. If he is my son, I must take care of my responsibilities. I live alone and have two jobs. If he's my son, I'm not going to leave him out there like my dad left me. JUDGE LAKE: Amen. So you've never seen this kid? No ma'am. Have you never had a chance? You haven't even said, "Hey, do you want to see Jeremiah?" She texted me and said I can see Jeremiah.
I've done it but he doesn't want to because he doesn't want to, he's not here... Like he said, he's not sure, so he never came. He's fine, you know what? It's time to get to the bottom of this. Jerome, I'm ready for the results. (AUDIENCE APPLAUDES) There he is. These results were prepared by DNA Diagnostics and are as follows. so I'm not going to deal with something that is not my job. JUDGE LAKE: In the case of Johnson v. Rice, relating to whether Mr. Williams or Mr. Rice is the father of six-month-old Jeremiah Johnson, has been determined by this
The biological father is... Mr. Rice. JUDGE LAKE: You are the father. How does it feel to know for sure? I feel better knowing that he is mine. I know I can move on now and I know I have a responsibility to take care of. Mmm-hmm. He needs that. And I know that from his experience, as he's been so honest in this
courtroom about growing up without his father and saying in his mind, be determined that if he ever has a child, he'll be there to he. He needs you there. So now, we have to break this cycle, Mr.
Rice. KESTON: Yes, his Honor. Right? Yes ma'am. (AUDIENCE APPLAUDES) Mrs. Johnson, I have to ask you, for baby Jeremiah's sake. Would it be okay if Mr. Rice saw his son in my room for the first time? I mean, I've never had a problem with it because he knew it from the beginning. Would you like to see your son? I would like. JUDGE LAKE: Good. I'll meet you in my chambers. The trial is suspended.
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