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." (July 21, 2014 5:57 PM)

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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