Family Law

Season 1 Episode 19

Playing God

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Mar 20, 2000 on CBS
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Playing God
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Lynn defends a woman, who runs a foundation for children born to crack-addicted mothers, when the woman pays an addict $200 to be sterilized so she wouldn't have any more crack addicted babies; Danni represents a mother who wants to send her son to Bhutan because she believes he is reincarnation of the High Lama; Michael attempts a reconciliation.moreless

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      • Connie: If I want to send my son to boarding school I should be able to do that right?
        Danni: How old is your son?
        Connie: He turns six in July.
        Danni: I'm sorry, how old?
        Connie: He's six. Noel doesn't have the right to try and stop this. I have full legal custody. He moved to San Francisco when Brian was three. Since then Noel maybe sees him three, four times a year.
        Danni: Then he's not going to have a lot of standing with the court. I didn't know they had boarding schools for kids that age.
        Connie: I know it's young but it's a very nurturing school. it's a religious school, I'm a Buddhist and it's very important to me that my son have a proper religious education.
        Danni: Well, I don't think there's going to be much of a problem. I mean, as long as you're not sending him to some monastery in Tibet, there's really nothing your ex-husband can do to stop you.
        Connie: Actually, it's in Nepal.

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