The rationale underlying proposed criminal reform legislation in Idaho mirrors what is similarly stated in many other states also serving up reform measures these days.
Given that -- unless we're Bill Gates or another select member of the extreme-wealth club -- we all need money and a continuing source of income, it is completely unsurprising that property- and asset-related issues are a big deal in most divorce matters.
Idaho law enforcers aren't particularly amenable to compromise and soft treatment of any individual they interact with who is accused or convicted of a criminal offense inside the state, and that is especially true regarding sex offenders.
Being the customary caregivers for their children, parents are logically given considerable leeway -- pursuant to both social opinions and mores and legal license -- to engage in child-rearing practices they deem appropriate to provide for their offspring and promote their development.
In a few short days, it's -- drum roll -- Super Bowl Sunday.