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Saturday, April 30, 2011


This makes me uncomfortable for numerous reasons. But the one that is most disquieting is the standing rule of due process, giving the accused the right to confront his/her/their accuser(s). How does one confront someone who is severely developmentally disabled and whose communication skills are tentative at best?
Moreover, how does one do this when the accuser is one's child?

I find this a paradox, without any obvious solution

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