The court found that the mother had committed the acts of domestic violence
September 29, 2011, the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York heard an appeal of the mother of three children who was charged with neglecting them by committing acts of domestic violence against their father. The court found that the mother had committed the acts of domestic violence and two of the three children were already released into their father’s care. The father has taken numerous steps to ensure that he provides a stable and loving home for his children. He requests from the court that he be allowed to relocate to Pennsylvania to raise his children in his sister’s home away from the stigma of domestic violence that they are currently living in.
The Pennsylvania Administration for Children’s Services found that the sister’s home was a safe environment for the children and New York County Family Court gave their permission for all of the children to be relocated to their father’s care and allowed to move out of state to Pennsylvania.
The last charge that the court was asked to review was the charge against the mother of educational neglect as to one of the children. The court was provided with records from the school that showed that for the 2008-2009 school year, that the child in question had been absent from school 64 out of 181 days. Of the days that the child was in attendance, the court was informed that he was late 38 out of the 181 days. So out of the entire school year, the child was only present and on time 79 days. The mother was contacted numerous times in regards to the school situation and did not demonstrate a desire to alter the situation.
The court ruled that the mother was guilty of educational child neglect.
In many cases, it is difficult for a person to understand that incidents that occur within hearing of a child constitute neglect. A parent who threatens to kill the other parent is in effect neglecting the mental wellbeing of the child. Any act of outright domestic violence, hitting, slapping, pinching, verbal abuse, all constitute a criminal act. If they are done in front of a child then it constitutes neglect.
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