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Why Toughest State Domestic Violence Law Sometimes Abuses the Victim

Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: A study found police officers confused about the circumstances that trigger mandatory arrest; prosecutors frustrated by a lack of discretion over which cases to pursue in court; and a surprising number of cases in which nonviolent parties, and even victims of domestic violence, ended up being arrested for [...] The post Why Toughest State Domestic Violence Law Sometimes Abuses the Victim appeared first on True Crime Report.
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