DNA testing is ordered in Flint judge’s paternity case

An Oakland County judge has ordered DNA testing to determine whether Genesee County Circuit Judge Archie Hayman is the biological father of the children of a Flint attorney.

Mlive reported that Judge Cheryl Matthews also rejected a motion from Hayman’s attorney to seal records in the case, and suggested Hayman and Flint attorney Denise Ketchmark keep their focus on the two children at the heart of the complaint.

Ketchmark claims Hayman, an outspoken advocate of the role of fathers in their children’s lives, neglected and failed to support Ketchmark’s two children before and after signing affidavits of parentage for each.

Her lawsuit seeks more than $4 million in damages and support.

Matthews ruled against a motion from Hayman’s attorney to seal records in the case from public view.

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