In a new op-ed for The New York Times, Ashley Judd calls for amendments to regulation enforcement and courtroom practices that "wreak havoc on bereaved families".
The emotional op-ed sees Judd recounting the occasions following the demise of his mom Naomi Judd in April.
published that she "felt cornered and powerless as regulation enforcement officers commenced to query me whilst my mother's remaining existence used to be fading away."
"The trauma of discovering his working physique and then preserving it haunts me at night." “As my household and I proceed to mourn our loss, the enormous and brutal misinformation about his death, and about our relationship with him, follows my days.
"I realized my mother's existence used to be coming to an stop when regulation enforcement officers commenced to interrogate me.
The emotional op-ed sees Judd recounting the occasions following the dying of his mom Naomi Judd in April.
At a time when we ourselves have been attempting our high-quality to recognize what may want to have brought about him to take his very own lifestyles that day