48 states have toughened laws on strangulation, a factor in domestic violence. But not Ohio

Posted on December 14, 2021

By Anne Saker If an intimate partner strangles you, and you survive, you risk brain damage, injury to the spine in your neck and other  Continue Reading »

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The Woman on the Bridge Police and prosecutors spent five years chasing a domestic violence case. Would it be enough?

Posted on November 30, 2021

By Ellen Barry KITTERY, Maine — At 7:05 on an April evening five years ago, Ryan Sanford, a patrol officer in the port town of  Continue Reading »

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Chokehold at center of a new excessive-force lawsuit against San Diego sheriff, county

Posted on November 26, 2021

By Jeff McDonald Michael Keeler was at his parents’ home in Fallbrook in February of last year when he noticed four San Diego sheriff’s deputies  Continue Reading »

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Missoula strangulation suspect’s bail set at $75K

Posted on November 2, 2021

By Zoe Buchli A Missoula man was arrested on suspicion of strangling his partner and threatening to kill her if she reported his actions to  Continue Reading »

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Strangulation an overlooked red flag in domestic violence

Posted on October 31, 2021

BY JOLINE GUTIERREZ KRUEGER What must it be like when anger turns to rage, then to violence. But not with a slap, a punch, a  Continue Reading »

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