According to a lawsuit against the Department for Children and Families and according to an autopsy report, 18-month-old Jayla Haag was born testing positive for meth and died testing positive for meth after she was brought to a hospital with fatal head injuries in March 2012.
According to a lawsuit against the Department for Children and Families and according to an autopsy report, 18-month-old Jayla Haag was born testing positive for meth and died testing positive for meth after she was brought to a hospital with fatal head injuries in March 2012. Courtesy photo File photo
According to a lawsuit against the Department for Children and Families and according to an autopsy report, 18-month-old Jayla Haag was born testing positive for meth and died testing positive for meth after she was brought to a hospital with fatal head injuries in March 2012. Courtesy photo File photo

Lawsuit over killing of El Dorado toddler being sent back to court

January 06, 2016 6:42 AM