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In court filings, Lindsay Mathews has asked a judge to block the release of her son George Griffin's medical and treatment records to the private contractor. In response, the Department of Developmental Services went to probate court and asked that a medical guardian be appointed for Griffin and the records released.
DDS confirmed Tuesday that the motion has been withdrawn.
"We did not see the need to pursue this remedy and we look forward to working with Mr. Griffin and his mother to ensure he continues to receive the best possible supports," DDS's Kathryn Rock-Burns told The Courant.
"We were surprised when they did it, and we were surprised when they withdrew it," said Mathews' lawyer, Norman J. Pattis of Bethany. "When they decide where they're going, I hope they let the rest of us know. This has been enormously anxiety-provoking for my client and her son." (Click to Continue)
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