In juvenile court, the safety and well being of a child is presumed to be the most important factor in determining custody issues. It's for that reason that we appreciate efforts from state Sen. Todd Weiler, R-Woods Cross, to prepare legislation that would allow juvenile judges to have greater options in determining child custody issues when one parent is suspected of murder.Obviously, the Susan Powell case, in which her husband, Josh Powell, eventually used his limited custody rights of his children to murder their two sons, plays a factor in Weiler's proposal. Josh Powell was long considered a suspect in his wife's disappearance. The murders and suicide occurred in Washington state, but the case resonated especially in Utah, where the Powells once resided. Another case, closer to home, is a murder case involving, Dr. John Brickman Wall, who is accused of killing his wife, Uta Von Schwedler. Wall's oldest son has tried unsuccessfully to obtain custody of his father's two younger children.