Parents Prevented from Speaking Out on Daughter’s Custody and Treatment – Jeffrey J. Pyle Quoted in Boston Globe

Parents of a teenage girl who is at the center of a yearlong custody battle with Massachusetts child protection officials, have been prevented from speaking to the media about the case due to a “far-reaching gag order.”  In fact, the state’s child welfare agency has already accused the father of violating the gag order “several times.”

Jeff Pyle, a partner in Prince Lobel’s Media Law Practice Group, told the Globe that “such a blanket gag order is rare,” and that the order was “breathtaking in scope” as it prevents the parents from speaking about this “profound issue.”

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