A Sanilac County man convicted of rape will not get parental rights and parenting time. Instead, he will have to pay child support.
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Judge Gregory Ross read a statement in court saying he was not informed that the 8-year-old boy in the case was born from rape.
The boy's mother, Tiffany, was in court. The father, Christopher Mirasolo, was not.
Prosecutor Jim Young apologized and said his office made a mistake not establishing who the mother and father were in this case.