A Day in Part 15 by Judge Richard Ross
Law and Order in Family Court

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A family court judge in the Bronx, New York, chronicles a typical day in the nation's busiest family court, offering a play-by-play description of the adoption, paternity, child abuse, and other cases that threaten to overwhelm the system. IP. "
 

About Judge Richard Ross

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Richard Ross has been a New York City Family Court judge since 1991.
 
Published May 1, 1997 by Four Walls Eight Windows. 160 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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A few of his cases are particularly haunting, such as that of the eight-year-old girl sexually abused by her grandfather, and the case of the four-year old cerebral- palsy patient tortured by her adoptive parents, but all Ross offers in the way of jurisprudence is a tip of the hat to due process ...

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Presently a supervising judge in Manhattan's Family Court, Ross, in 1991, was appointed to his first judgeship in the Bronx Family Court, known for its large volume of cases. It was his responsibility

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Presently a supervising judge in Manhattan's Family Court, Ross, in 1991, was appointed to his first judgeship in the Bronx Family Court, known for its large volume of cases. It was his responsibility

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