Experts: Strangulation assaults often mishandled

Posted on July 21, 2014

And the officers who will respond to the plea for help will face perhaps the most dangerous type perpetrator: men who strangle women. “When a  Continue Reading »

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Minister considers ‘attempted strangulation’ charge

Posted on July 15, 2014

“One of the suggestions from the family violence group that’s been looking at it, is that we bring in a new law around attempted strangulation,”  Continue Reading »

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First arrest made in Athens under new strangulation law

Posted on July 14, 2014

Under the revised aggravated assault statute that takes affect July 1, someone commits that offense whenever they strangle their victim. According to the revised statute,  Continue Reading »

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Athens prosecutors, Victim Advocates See Need for Training with Implementation of Strangulation Law

Posted on May 6, 2014

Under the revised aggravated assault statute that takes affect July 1, someone commits that offense whenever they strangle their victim. According to the revised statute,  Continue Reading »

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Health Issues Result from Strangulation

Posted on April 30, 2014

By Katheryn Utley Special to the Tribune A common but little understood abuse method is partial strangulation, and its long term effects are staggering. What  Continue Reading »

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