EDITORIAL-Nonfatal Strangulation Should be Taken Seriously

Posted on May 11, 2017

Click here for the original story May 9, 2017 In 2008, the Journal of Emergency Medicine studied domestic violence cases where women were strangled nonfatally  Continue Reading »

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Forensic Exam Made Available to Domestic Violence Victims

Posted on May 2, 2017

  With the cameras she uses on the bed next to her, Karen Marcus, a forensic nurse with Palomar Medical Center, stands in the medical  Continue Reading »

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Victims In Maryland No Longer Have To Prove They ‘Fought Back’ For Their Rapes To Be Crimes

Posted on April 28, 2017

About time. By Melissa Jeltsen   Victims of rape and other sexual assaults in Maryland are no longer required to prove they physically resisted their  Continue Reading »

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Strangulation and Domestic Violence Murders

Posted on March 29, 2017

New training is helping to stop the risk of intimate partner choking homicides. Click here to see original story. By: Steve Albrecht DBA / The Act of Violence  Continue Reading »

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A Dispatch special report: The last step before murder

Posted on March 27, 2017

Read original story here… By: Isabelle Altman March 15, 2017 10:21:17 AM When she opened the door, he shoved his way into the house. He grabbed  Continue Reading »

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