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Guidance on cases where one parent has been killed by the other

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Date : Oct 27, 2010, 09:00 AM
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This guidance and case resume has been issued by Mrs Justice Hogg. The guidance is intended to provide a framework in cases where one parent has killed the other in order to avoid compounding the harm which the children involved have already suffered.

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