Offbeat: US judge orders woman not to have any more children

In a decision of apparent doubtful constitutionality, Texan Judge Charlie Baird has ordered that as a condition of her probation that Felicia Salazar not conceive or bear any more children. Salazar ” admitted to failing to provide protection and medical care to her then-19-month-old daughter, who suffered broken bones and other injuries when she was… Read More »Custom Single Post Header

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Offbeat: US judge orders woman not to have any more children

In a decision of apparent doubtful constitutionality, Texan Judge Charlie Baird has ordered that as a condition of her probation that Felicia Salazar not conceive or bear any more children.

Salazar ” admitted to failing to provide protection and medical care to her then-19-month-old daughter, who suffered broken bones and other injuries when she was beaten by her father. Both Salazar and the father relinquished their parental rights, and the daughter was placed in foster care.”

For the full story, on the Wall Street Journal Law Blog click here.

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