Military Dads Face Neglect Charges on Return from Iraq

Some "part-time" soldiers stationed in Iraq are returning home to face charges of child neglect, related child-support penalties and even jail time. Jeffrey Leving, a father's rights attorney representing military dads, recently addressed some of the specifics in a conversation with NPR's Tavis Smiley.



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