Image by 10b travelling via Flickrcases to 2008 versions, I found an answer. In another federal trial court in the same state as my offender, I found the decision in SR & MC ex rel MC v. Bd of Educ of New York City 49 IDELR 255 (S.D. NY 2/25/8). In this decision, the court held just the opposite. In other words, the court threatened dismissal of a special ed case unless the parents gave the full names of the parents and the child within a week. I now know why the lawyer made the argument. What I cannot explain is how the 2008 court could make this decision. This may be an example of why people don't like courts. The lawyer, however, had at least a basis for the argument.
What do you think?