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Old January 13, 2019, 04:31 PM   #80
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Does the prosecution of the parent serve as a deterrent for others?

Is just watching an upset parent on social media serve the same purpose?

Is feeling bad about an action sufficient to avoid legal consequences? If it were someone else's child that you did this to and felt bad, would regret suffice in that situation?
When you see abuse day in and day out, it creates a sense of compassion in you when someone tries and just makes a mistake. Jurors also have compassion and think, "could that happen to me?".
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