Just wondering if there are legal restrictions preventing the attorney from speaking with the author? This also makes me ponder if any court order was violated by this mother going to the press. Just asking.
Ever think that there might be a court order restricting both sides from talking to the media? Just wondering if that is the reason for the attorney's silence.
LGBT parents should have the same federal rights. There are, however, two sides to every story. I'm sorry the rush to press could/would not wait for the other mother's or attorney's input. Certainly custody disputes in any family are tough, but the author/editors have presented only one side. There are probably other issues than the difficulty with being gay parents that are impacting this struggle.
Also, trying a custody battle in the press - the TW should know better than to get caught in the middle with limited data.
"Legislative immunity enjoyed by lawmakers precluded any kind of arrest." Beat up on you partner, skate. WTG Arizona! Treat your partner like you treat the rest of us.
Agreed that resident hours are inhuman (having gone through a program in the 80's where I worked every 3rd night for 3 years). But, wait 'til they get into practice and pull even longer hours. Who is monitoring patient safety then?
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