For those who like their family law disputes with a little Cuban flavor, there is this story from NPR:
A child custody trial begins Monday in Miami that threatens tobecome a repeat of the Elian Gonzalez case.
Afarmer from Cuba is trying to get his 5-year-old daughter returned tohim there. Her mother brought her to the U.S. but was declaredincompetent after trying to commit suicide. A Cuban-American fosterfamily in Miami, where the father is a well-known sports agent, wantscustody of the girl.
The judge hasremoved a gag order, but so far the case is not the talk of the city,in part because Cuban-Americans are still sheepish over how the Elianstory made them look to the rest of the nation.