Corporal Punishment in U.S. Schools

By: Gillian Grant Earlier this year, a startling video that depicted a Hendry County, Florida school principal repeatedly paddling a six-year-old student was released to a local news station by the student’s mother. An investigation by the local police department and the State Attorney’s Office concluded that no crime had been committed by the principal … Continue reading Corporal Punishment in U.S. Schools

Breaking Up is Hard To Do

by: ANTHONY GREEN Family law is messy. The divorce rate in the United States is roughly half of the marriage rate, and the load on municipal courts is overwhelming. Parties lack the resources for extended court battles, family courts receive considerable discretion from appellate courts, and the huge number of cases going through the courts … Continue reading Breaking Up is Hard To Do