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Suffolk County father found not guilty of corporal punishment after spanking son

According to state law, a parent, guardian or

According to state law, a parent, guardian or other person with care and supervision of a person under 21, can use non-deadly physical force to maintain discipline or promote the welfare of person." (Credit: News 12)

A state appeals court found a Suffolk County father not guilty of corporal punishment after spanking his 8-year-old son for using foul language.

According to state law, a parent, guardian or other person with care and supervision of a person under 21, can use non-deadly physical force to maintain discipline or promote the welfare of person."

Family therapist Irene Korolzcuk says she...

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