Shaw v. Shaw
Significance, Sticks And Stones, Patriarchal Power, Spousal Abuse, Further Readings
Daniel T. Shaw
That she be granted a divorce on the ground of intolerable cruelty.
Chief Lawyers for Plaintiff
Chief Defense Lawyers
Justices for the Court
Joel Hinman, Henry Waite, Chief Justice Thomas S. Williams (writing for the court)
Samuel Church (William L. Storrs did not participate)
Date of Decision
The court denied Shaw her divorce.
- Oregon v. Rideout, 108,866 Circuit Court, County of Marion, Oregon (1978).
Koshland, Daniel E. Jr. "The Spousal Abuse Problem." Science, 22 July 1994.
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