Drawn out divorce case
CINCINNATI- Two law professors who've dragged out their divorce over the last 17-years drew criticism from judges in Ohio who say the pair sets a bad example. The feud has lasted seven-years longer than their ten-year marriage and included fights over custody of their children. One judge says the couple should be ashamed and call it "frightening" that they teach law students. University of Cincinnati professor Christo Lassiter says he's trying to be a good parent and questions how judges have managed the case between him and his ex-wife. The ex, Sharlene Boltz, teaches at nearby Northern Kentucky University.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Roundabouts planned throughout Livingston Parish
Criminal justice bills derailed by Louisiana budget feud
EXCLUSIVE: Mayor speaks out after call for firing of BRPD officer
Wisconsin woman jumps on hood of her SUV to prevent theft
RAW: Video shows Southern's Devon Gales walking with robotic exoskeleton