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Children disciplined with reasonable corporal punishment (access required)

Appellant’s convictions of assault and battery of her twin children are reversed. Appellant used reasonable corporal punishment to discipline them. As a result, she had a “parental privilege” to administer such discipline. Overview Appellant Woodson’s assault and battery convictions arose from using a belt to spank her twin children for violating her rules about cell phone usage. ...