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May 7, 2008

Los Angeles, CA--My recent His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentary for KLAA AM 830 in Los Angeles discusses a recent legal victory for Michael Shannon, whose two sons were abducted to Egypt. To listen to the commentary, click here or on the audio button below. To learn more, click here. His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentaries are broadcast daily on KLAA AM 830, a 50,000 watt talk station in Los Angeles and Orange County. KLAA AM 830 is owned by Arte Moreno, owner of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. From 2003-2005, His Side with Glenn Sacks ran in a syndicated talk show format in Los Angeles, New York City, Boston, Seattle, and other cities. To listen to show archives, click here. [audio:http://www.glennsacks.com/hsrc/mp3/hsrc-abduction.mp3]

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April 22, 2008

Los Angeles, CA--My recent His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentary for KLAA AM 830 in Los Angeles discusses a recent victory for the rights of military parents. The federal Servicemembers Civil Relief Act of 2003 (SCRA) (formerly known as the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act) protects deployed soldiers against civil legal actions. Perhaps the biggest problem deployed parents face is that judges often do not interpret the SCRA as applying to family law proceedings. Recently Mike Robinson of the California Alliance for Families and Children announced that a new federal law will specifically extend the protections of the SCRA to family law proceedings and eliminate default judgments for deployed service personnel. To listen to the commentary, click here or on the audio button below. To learn more, see my blog post A Victory for Military Parents. His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentaries are broadcast daily on KLAA AM 830, a 50,000 watt talk station in Los Angeles and Orange County. KLAA AM 830 is owned by Arte Moreno, owner of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. From 2003-2005, His Side with Glenn Sacks ran in a syndicated talk show format in Los Angeles, New York City, Boston, Seattle, and other cities. To listen to show archives, click here. [audio:http://www.glennsacks.com/hsrc/mp3/hsrc-scra.mp3]

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April 15, 2008

"Caffey has paid millions of dollars in child support, amounting to 95 percent of what he was ordered to pay, and now they want to jail him for the 5 percent he has been unable to pay." Boston, MA--What possible defense can there be for a man who has paid almost no child support in recent years and is hundreds of thousands of dollars behind? Undoubtedly, my readers know many possible legitimate reasons, because they too are being hounded by a rigid, punishment-oriented child support collection system. On April 7, I appeared on the Nancy Grace Show on CNN Headline News. I sort-of defended Jason Caffey, an ex-NBA player, from the demonizing stereotypes pounded out by our hostess. You can watch what happened here.

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April 8, 2008

Los Angeles, CA--My recent His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentary for KLAA AM 830 in Los Angeles discusses some new research on post-divorce moveways. These move-aways are often a devastating blow to the relationship between children and their noncustodial parents. Ned Holstein, MD, MS, Executive Director of Fathers & Families, recently complied some new research on the issue. To listen to the commentary, click here or on the audio button below. To learn more, see my blog post Ned Holstein on New Research on Move-Aways. His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentaries are broadcast daily on KLAA AM 830, a 50,000 watt talk station in Los Angeles and Orange County. KLAA AM 830 is owned by Arte Moreno, owner of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. From 2003-2005, His Side with Glenn Sacks ran in a syndicated talk show format in Los Angeles, New York City, Boston, Seattle, and other cities. To listen to show archives, click here. [audio:http://www.glennsacks.com/hsrc/mp3/hsrc-move-away.mp3]

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