New domestic violence law yielding few convictions

Posted on July 14, 2015

From Enterprise News (www.wickedlocal.com) By Maria Papadopoulos BROCKTON – Over a nine-month period in Plymouth County, just 10 out of the 126 cases of strangulation or  Continue Reading »

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The Women Who Face More Traumatic Brain Injury Than NFL Players

Posted on June 3, 2015

Thirty years ago, Kerri Walker, now a coordinator for a domestic violence shelter in Phoenix, found herself inexplicably driving down the left side of the  Continue Reading »

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Montana man charged with strangling woman, causing stroke

Posted on April 24, 2015

MISSOULA, Mont. – A 39-year-old western Montana man is charged with strangling a woman, causing her to lose consciousness and later suffer a stroke. Jacob Anthony  Continue Reading »

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In Sexual Assault Cases, New Laws on Strangulation Aid Prosecution

Posted on April 23, 2015

It was the rope around her neck that helped send Richard Cori Harth to the penitentiary. Three years ago, Harth was charged with strangling and  Continue Reading »

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Victim advocates, police disappointed by Tomblin vetoes

Posted on April 6, 2015

Victims advocates thought they had secured two major victories in West Virginia during the 2015 legislative session, until last week. On Wednesday, Gov. Earl Ray  Continue Reading »

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