UN Committee Sides Against Russia in First Domestic Violence Ruling

Posted on April 12, 2019

Russia has breached the rights of a Chechen domestic abuse victim, a United Nations women’s rights panel ruled on Friday in what has been called  Continue Reading »

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Proposed Bill Would Take Domestic Violence More Seriously, Supporters Say

Posted on April 3, 2019

By: Lori Fullbright TULSA COUNTY, Oklahoma – A newly proposed law would make it harder for people convicted of domestic violence to get released early from prison.  Continue Reading »

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Spotting the signs of strangulation could save a life. But they’re not always obvious

Posted on April 3, 2019

By Ben Hays and Damien Carrick for The Law Report It’s been described as a “last warning shot” before death. Women who survive strangulation are up to seven times more  Continue Reading »

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Strangulation is a deadly tactic. Believe victims.

Posted on March 13, 2019

Author: Carmen Lowry | Opinion, Dr. Tracey Wiese On Sept. 6, a little girl, Ashley Johnson-Barr, played in the fall weather at her local park in Kotzebue.  Continue Reading »

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Spotting the signs of strangulation could save a life. But they’re not always obvious

Posted on March 13, 2019

By Ben Hays and Damien Carrick for The Law Report It’s been described as a “last warning shot” before death. Women who survive strangulation are up to seven times more  Continue Reading »

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