PARENTAL-DISCIPLINE PRIVILEGE

PARENTAL-DISCIPLINE PRIVILEGE

parental-discipline privilege. A parent’s right to use reasonable force or to impose reasonable punishment on a child in a way that is necessary to control, train, and educate. ? Several factors are used to determine the reasonableness of the action, including whether the actor is the parent; the child’s age, sex, and physical and mental state; the severity and foreseeable consequences of the punishment; and the nature of the misconduct. Cf. PARENTAL-PRIVILEGE DOCTRINE.
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