There was another hearing in the case of Baby Veronica on Friday, and still no solution as to whether her biological father, Dusten Brown, or her adoptive parents, the Capobiancos, will win custody of the girl.
FOX23's Ian Silver was at the Nowata County Courthouse for the hearing, but a lot of details about what happened are not available because a judge issued a gag order on the case weeks ago.
Matt and Melanie Capobianco arrived at the courthouse around 8:30 a.m. and went in through the back door. About 10 minutes later, Dusten Brown and his wife showed up and went through the same door.
Media was not allowed in the courtroom, so we don't know what was discussed. After about an hour, both families walked out of the courtroom, and each went into a separate meeting room.
During this time, two women stood outside the courthouse holding signs in support of Brown keeping Veronica in Nowata.
Around10 o'clock, Brown and his wife left, showing no emotion, and without making any comments and neither did his attorneys.
An hour later, the Capobiancos also left without saying anything, but they snuck through a back hallway to avoid being seen by cameras.