Northcutt v. Northcutt

A nonsmoking father objected to secondhand tobacco smoke around his 2-year-old son, who has asthma and has had repeated respiratory infections, bronchitis, allergies and earaches. As part of a joint custody agreement, a Warren County judge ordered the smoking mother to keep her son away from secondhand smoke.  Each parent will have custody for about six months per year.  See Brown, V., “Mother’s Smoking Helps Father Get Joint Custody,” Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN), June 23, 1997, B2.

(Warren County, TN 1997).