Parents reunited with baby after court rules fractures were caused by rickets - Goodman Ray
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Today, the Principal Registry in London ordered a toddler be returned to his parents after he was removed from them, when he was discovered to have suffered 17 fractures.

Kevin Skinner of Goodman Ray, representing mother, said: “After the miscarriage of justice suffered by Jayden’s parents, it is sad and frustrating to have other clients going through a similar experience just because their child is suffering from a relatively common medical condition. To be accused of abusing a child is terrible for any parent.

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