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Evaluating the evaluator: Implicit bias in determining parental judgment
Forensic psychologists are called upon to make recommendations to courts about the fitness of parents. Their evaluations can take place in the context of adoptions, custody disputes, and cases involving termination of ...
Combating sexual grooming
(AANLCP: American Association of Life Care Planning, 2023-02)
Unfortunately, sexual grooming is more obvious in hindsight than in real time. And so, the best policy is the ‘roach approach’ – turn on the light!
Is it ethical for a family court judge to make decisions after a custody trial?
Where a judge, absent a jury has listened to the testimony, heard the evidence, determined the credibility of parties and witnesses, and made a determination in a child custody case, one may wonder if continuing on a case ...