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The "Baby Mama Syndrome": Book Review

Robert Doyel is concerned about the babies born to unmarried moms - so concerned, in reality, he's written a novel about the issue. His view is an odd one: He spent 16 years as a Florida judge, largely at family court, in which he had been involved in over 15,000 restraining order cases, in addition to thousands of addiction, custody, and paternity cases.What worries him , he states is that"there is not any concerted effort anyplace even to report on the problem, let alone attempt to do somethin...

Book Review: The Ten Prison Coach Commandments

Definitive Psychological Insight to the Prison SystemsThere's nothing back in this crude portrait of the criminal justice program's ending point. Who'd have believed there were numerous rules to learn how to endure daily prison life? A number of those rules might sound familiar, like"do not be a snitch," but others are very particular and complicated, rather than something one could have understood until they've crossed the line. For instance who could have envisioned that the mere act of accomp...

Book Review: Don't Alienate The Kids! By Bill Eddy

I lately read Do Not Alienate the Kids! Here is the second publication by Eddy I have read and that I really do enjoy his style of composing - guide, but casual, he takes responsibility for errors he's made too, he clarifies conditions and ideas in a way everyone can know, and he provides specific examples and hints for working through battle for both professionals and parents.As a licensed clinical social worker (therapist), lawyer, and mediator, Eddy includes plenty of knowledge and expertise ...

Book Review: Bully by Emme Dun

Though this book is all about the legal system, the LGBT community and its battles... though this novel is about many matters, the fundamental motif is that the sacred bond between a child and mother. Emme Dun presents two mirrored tales of custody lawsuits created from revenge. Here is the only series that ties together these entirely different folks residing in their individual worlds. Wendy White is a lesbian vet who gave up on the concept of finding true love settled and again (from relaxati...

Powerful Book Blind Injustice Should Open Eyes To False Imprisonment

Whenever it's proven that an innocent person was convicted, which happens way more often than some of us would love to acknowledge, we're quick to pin the blame on a wicked authority figure. Based on Mark Godsey, a former prosecutor currently heading the Ohio Innocence Project, there's not any such menacing antagonist, only people behaving as people.The motives for numerous horrible miscarriages of justice are mostly political and psychological, as stated by the publication. Prosecutors, togethe...