Lackawanna County Common Pleas Court Judge Trish Corbett has explained her reasoning behind refusing to remove Lackawanna County guardian ad litem Danielle M. Ross from a custody case after an attorney raised concerns about media reports of a federal investigation into the county’s guardian ad litem program.

The petition came from Carbondale, Pa.-based attorney John J. Cerra in November, following local news reports that federal authorities had subpoenaed records related to the amount of money the county had spent on Ross’ guardian ad litem services.

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