Sunday, June 13, 2010

Custody and Religion Part 4: Something in the Water in Chicago?

I won't really get incensed (pun intended) until I read a clearer and more definitive description of the facts and order in the underlying case, but a recent report suggests that Chicago judges are willing to make intrusive orders not only against divorced parents, but against new step-parents, in regard to issues of religious upbringing, seemingly pretty much ignoring that stuff about "establishment of religion" it mentions in my pocket Constitution.

. . .and another hat tip (diamond-crown two-tone straw) to Howard Friedman at Religion Clause for the pointer.

2 comments:

Steven said...

Good post Richard (speaking as a Chicagoan!) But it begs the question, what is the proper role of a family court? Are they to micromanage families or back. Like so many things, the golden mean is difficult. Steve Peskind

vinsel said...

oh, that's why you wanted a pocket constitution?

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