The Kate Hopkins Case And A Parent’s Constitutional Rights
Guest host, Spencer Williams, JD of Cordell & Cordell, PC, interviews Stanley Thorne, Esq., a consulting attorney in the very important Kate Hopkins custody case.
Mr. Thorne describes how constitutional issues must be examined whenever a “blanket” lopsided custody arrangements are routinely employed by a court system. Mr. Thorne explains how his client is challenging the Tennessee Family Code because one parent is automatically relegated to the role of occasional or every other weekend visitor.
Watch the interview, and find additional links to the case after the jump.