Okay. I think that when it comes to the court system, we have an excellent judiciary. We have different levels of competence and knowledge when it comes to children and specific issues surrounding children. For example, our judges who practice in family law areas would have a lot of different pieces of information and knowledge about children and child development. They would have that because of the type of work they do.
Our judges who hear criminal cases may not have the same kind of information and training. What we have found is an evolution in the judgments that we review. The language that is used, the understanding that is expressed, can vary considerably from judge to judge.
Training that takes that into account and helps to level the playing field a bit, and provides all of the judges with information that's relevant, I think would be much better for children.