"I really can't say anything," said Kelly J. Ellis, the girl's attorney.
The girl initially pleaded the Fifth Amendment when asked whether the baby stayed with her
given address in San Antonio, but after consultation with Ellis
answered that the child at one time did stay with her
at that location but was not there anymore.
then consulted with the girl again, and the attorney quietly told Walther the girl knew the potential repercussions of refusing to answer a question when instructed to by the court.