<center><h1><a href=http://www.wbns10tv.com/global/story.asp?s=1859951&ClientType=Printable>Court to Decide if Man Can Be Barred From Fathering</a></h1></center> <blockquote>Can someone be ordered not to have more children? That's the unusual condition a judge placed on a convicted felon as part of his probation for failing to pay child support. The debate is now in the hands of the Ohio Supreme Court. And the future of a 32-year-old window installer from Akron is at stake. A Medina County judge handed down the sentence two years ago: five years probation instead of prison. But there's a catch. Convicted deadbeat dad, Sean Talty, must make "reasonable efforts" to not father any more children. Talty's attorney argued before the Ohio Supreme Court Tuesday that it is unconstitutional because it makes wealth a requirement to reproduce. </blockquote> The guy has 7 kids by 5 women, he owes $38,000 in child support. I believe that if you can't support the children you already have, you don't have any business having more. If there was any justice at all, they would sterlize his dumb ass.