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Even If You Think You Are Doing The Right Thing, Breaking The Law Could Cost You Your Children

A Gooding mother recently lost custody of her children to her ex-husband after she used butter infused with marijuana to help her three-year old daughter deal with symptoms related to seizures. The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (IDHW) removed her daughter and son and placed them in the custody of her former husband after the daughter tested positive for marijuana during a doctor's visit.

Court walks a fine line re parenting in this family law case

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.

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