Brooker v. Brown, A10A1585
*All courts mentioned are at the state level.
- Trial court properly denied petition to modify custody and child support.
- Evidence was not sufficient to find that defendant, the primary custodian, was negligent in caring for the child or deficient in meeting child’s medical needs.
- Trial court did not err in declining to strike defendant’s testimony on the grounds that she was guilty of false swearing, as there was no evidence that defendant acted with manifest purpose to testify falsely.