When Astrid Galván entered the Phoenix courtroom at 8:15 a.m. Friday, the AP reporter didn't know what to expect. She had no clue or expectation that she’d soon encounter a story that would turn out to be the biggest of her career.
Fifteen minutes later, a toddler was brought in.
“He was sitting really close to me. It’s hard not to look at a really cute baby,” Galván said on Monday. “He looked to be in good shape. He looked clean. His hair was combed. He was in dress clothes.”