A California Supreme Court decision could have major implications for a law requiring psychotherapists to crireport patients who, in the course of therapy, admit to having viewed or downloaded child pornography. Since 2014, the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA) requires therapistds to contact law enforcement anytime a patient admits to these acts–due to …
The laws regarding spanking your child are not black and white. Some parents are hesitant to physically discipline their child because they are unsure if it is legal. Other parents are entirely against the idea.
Child endangerment and child abuse laws in California are often confused by they are not the same. Our child abuse attorneys help explain the differences between child abuse and child endangerment.
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