Bracing for Onslaught of Domestic Violence Cases, Area Legal Experts Say COVID-19 is Putting Victims at a Disadvantage

Posted on June 5, 2020

Story By: M.E. Cagnassola NEWARK, NJ — As New Jersey moved into the peak of COVID-19 in April, a Newark woman, escaping a savage attack from her  Continue Reading »

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Domestic violence calls to San Diego County law enforcement remain steady during pandemic

Posted on June 4, 2020

Story By: Alex Riggins Sheriff’s investigators and prosecutors allege that on April 15, a man showed up with a gun at his ex-girlfriend’s Lemon Grove  Continue Reading »

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High Point detective who gives back to the community honored as a hero

Posted on June 2, 2020

Story By: Natalie Wilson HIGH POINT, N.C. — When people contact High Point’s Family Justice Center, it’s a chance to feel safe again. Detective Kisha  Continue Reading »

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New Orleans Judges Rarely Order Domestic Abusers to Give Up Their Guns

Posted on June 2, 2020

Story By: Ann Givens In the first 16 months after a state law established a process for domestic abusers to turn over their guns, only  Continue Reading »

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New Orleans Judges Rarely Order Domestic Abusers to Give Up Their Guns

Posted on June 2, 2020

Only 15 people turned over their firearms, according to a watchdog report, despite a state law that requires them to be disarmed. Story by: ANN  Continue Reading »

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