Jon Platt was convicted of failing to secure his daughter’s regular attendance at school in a hearing at Isle of Wight Magistrates’ Court.
Giving the judgment, magistrate Jeannie Walker said: “The circumstances of this case fall squarely into that breach of school rules.” Platt was given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £2,000 costs plus a £20 surcharge.
I pray for my daughter to speak carefully: To raise her voice in defense of the weak.
It seems as if these comments are turning into negative experience s with your DIL/MIL. In fact, I have said that if this story was a Lifetime movie no one would believe it.
She never cooked dinner, didn't care if he went to school or did his homework, etc.
He had to work in the school cafeteria so they would feed him.
(You take them off for only the obvious reasons like bathing and intimacy but put them right back on.)6. Preach to your non-Mormon friends, family and co-workers and try to get them to become Mormon.10.
No smoking, no alcohol (not even a little) no coffee (not even decaf), no tea (not even green tea! Do not associate with other non-Mormons (except when engaged in #9 above.)11.
And the voice of spirit, the perfect combination of holy and humanity.
Every single one of those is, if the headteacher decided that’s what the school rules should be, an unauthorised breach, all 8.5 million of those are criminal offences.” The case returned to Isle of Wight Magistrates’ Court, where it began almost two years ago, after Mr Platt lost a landmark legal battle at the Supreme Court, the UK’s highest court, earlier this year over taking his daughter to Disney World in April 2015 during school time.
Because so many people ask us about the “Mormon Rules” I’ve put together a list of the many things that are required of Mormons in order to be a faithful member in “good standing”.1.
Pay 10% of your Gross (before tax) income, aka Tithing.
In addition, contribute extra amounts to various church funds such as Fast Offering, Missionary fund, Building fund, etc.2. Mormons are taught that when their “prophet” speaks it is coming from God.
She enjoyed this so much that she didn't stop the coaches from making him play basketball when he had two fractured ankles or stay in the football game after having to be revived with smelling salts.