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What a Judge Sentencing a Domestic Violence Victim to Jail Reveals About Common Beliefs

A domestic violence victim from Mary Lake, Florida failed to show up to a subpoena to testify against her abuser. This type of behavior is common among victims of abuse. Many victims feel overwhelmed by the court system, fear retaliation of their abuser, or decide they do not want to be subject to a victim-blaming court environment when they are already emotionally unstable.
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