Plato (Laws, 927) says: "Orphans should be placed under the care of public guardians.
Mr. Murphy, the public guardian, questioned placing so many children into adoptive families so quickly.
Their goal is to save as many pet lives as possible through rescue, reduce pet overpopulation through spaying/neutering, and to provide opportunities to the public to become better pet guardians.
A social worker might need a public guardian to sort out conflicting claims from adult children over who had power of attorney.
After home visits by a physician, a social worker, a detective, a public guardian, a mental health expert and an array of outside social service agencies, no criminal charges were filed.
"Once they were sent into that stairwell, they were in a coffin," Patrick T. Murphy, Cook County's public guardian, said on Saturday.
At a previous hearing, the judge placed that money under the control of the Alameda County's public guardian.
Robert F. Harris, Cook County's public guardian, who represents Chicago's abused and neglected children in courts, questioned the use of the Taser in such circumstances.
But, as the hour goes along, you realize you are watching some of these men and women struggling to exorcise their personal demons, while others may merely be trying to con their public guardians.
However, many seem to view him as the culprit, pursuing Mr. Clinton unjustly, while Mr. Starr's intention is to act as a public guardian to enforce the law.