Despite being informed of a conflict of interest, Judge Beavers appointed a therapist for a child that was later confirmed to have a conflict by the Georgia Licensing Board. That same therapist adheres to a code of ethics that authorizes he break the law where he finds a conflict with the Bible. In doing so, does Chief Judge Tonny Beavers set a precedent for the judges he supervises? Should a Muslim therapist be appointed where that therapist is authorized to break the law when the law conflicts with the Quran?
Edited by Domestic Violence by Proxy, 20 February 2016 - 09:06 AM.