The woman has been married to her husband for 20 years, however social workers responsible for her care believe her mental capacity has deteriorated to a point where she can no longer give informed consent and has called on the court to decide the matter. Lawyers at a preliminary hearing in the Court of Protection, which rules on whether people have the mental capacity to make certain decisions, suggested the man may have to be barred from having sex with the woman to prevent her being raped, The Independent reported. If the order is granted — while it would be hard to police — her husband would face jail if he continued having sex with her.
The Commission on Judicial Conduct wants Estes to be suspended indefinitely to give lawmakers time to decide whether to remove him from the bench. The last time Massachusetts lawmakers ousted a judge was in Cagle has accused Estes of pressuring her into performing oral sex on him in his chambers and her home.
A court will decide whether the man can continue having sex with his wife who has learning difficulties as her carers raise concerns over her mental capacity. A judge in a specialist court might have to decide whether a man can keep making love to his wife of more than 20 years. The woman has learning difficulties, and social services bosses with responsibility for her care say there is evidence that her mental health has reached a stage which means that she no longer has the capacity to make decisions about whether she wants to have sex.
Mr Justice Hayden made the remarks as he weighed up whether a man can keep making love to his wife who has learning difficulties. Sex is not a human right. Bodily autonomy, however, most definitely is.
The year-old girl was visibly intoxicated, her speech slurred, when a drunk year-old boy sexually assaulted her in a dark basement during an alcohol-fueled pajama party in New Jersey, prosecutors said. The boy filmed himself penetrating her from behind, her torso exposed, her head hanging down, prosecutors said. Instead, he wondered aloud if it was sexual assault, defining rape as something reserved for an attack at gunpoint by strangers.
A man could be banned from having sex with his wife of 20 years because it is claimed she no longer has the mental capacity to consent. The woman has learning difficulties, and social services bosses with responsibility for her care say there is evidence that her mental health has deteriorated to the point that she no longer has the ability to make decisions about whether she wants to have sex. A judge in the Court of Protection in London - a specialist court which looks at issues involving people who lack the mental capacity to make decisions - has been asked to consider the case.
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A British man may reportedly be barred from having sex with his wife of 20 years because social services bosses claim she no longer has the mental capacity to consent. Judge Sir Anthony Hayden said the couple could not be identified in media reports, so it was not clear how old either the husband or wife is or what the wife's mental health issue is. The man reportedly told the judge at a preliminary hearing that he would give his pledge not to have sex with his wife. Study claims digital assistants will be able to predict the future of your relationship with 75 percent accuracy by
A New Jersey judge is under fire after he rejected a request from prosecutors to charge a year-old suspect in an alleged sexual assault as an adult, writing in a controversial ruling that the teen "comes from a good family" and is a candidate for a "good college. The Superior Court of New Jersey Appellate Division overturned the decision of Judge James Troiano, writing in a page opinion obtained by ABC News that Troiano overstepped his authority by making "an independent assessment of the juvenile's culpability. Monmouth County prosecutors had argued for a waiver to send the case to adult court, saying the teen's alleged "behavior was calculated and cruel.
Once a person becomes a high-ranking judge, it seems they have to snort cocaine with a hooker and get caught financing her drug deal to lose their job. In the Atlanta area, the aforementioned federal judge, Jack Camp, was caught in an FBI sting but another federal judge determined he had only committed misdemeanors and sentenced his former colleague to 30 days. If Camp hadn't been found guilty, he might have kept his job.