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Uploaded on Jan 24, 2008
In 1998, when Patrick Holland was 8 years old, his father killed his mother in their Quincy home. With the help of his mother's friends Ron and Rita Lazisky, he went to court to terminate his father's parental rights. The case set a legal precedent and now at age 18, Patrick is seeking legislation that would give other children involved in domestic murders the right to do what he did. The bill is called Patrick's Law, and he will testify for it in a hearing before the Legislature's Judiciary Committee.