Sandra Smith, left, an attorney for a Tennessee woman who abruptly sent her adopted son back to his Russian homeland in April 2010, speaks to Holly Spann, a Tennessee representative for the American Adoption Congress, following a court hearing Monday Nov. 21 in Shelbyville, Tenn., on a lawsuit related to the adoption dispute. (AP Photo/Bill Poovey)
Sandra Smith, left, an attorney for a Tennessee woman who abruptly sent her adopted son back to his Russian homeland in April 2010, speaks to Holly Spann, a Tennessee representative for the American Adoption Congress, following a court hearing Monday Nov. 21 in Shelbyville, Tenn., on a lawsuit related to the adoption dispute. (AP Photo/Bill Poovey)
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published Monday, November 21st, 2011
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SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. — A 9-year-old Russian boy abruptly returned to his home country by a Tennessee woman who adopted him will get his day in court with the public and media watching when a lawsuit seeking child support goes to trial, a judge ruled Monday.

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