Victim advocates, police say strangulation bill will save lives – West Virginia

Posted on March 17, 2016

by Erin Beck, Staff Writer Advocates for victims of domestic violence and police say tragedies could be prevented now that Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has  Continue Reading »

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It’s Time to Consider a Stronger Strangulation Law–Toronto, Canada

Posted on March 17, 2016

By: Catherine Porter Columnist, Published on Fri Feb 19 2016 First off, let’s stop calling it choking. You choke accidentally on a peanut. When someone grabs you by  Continue Reading »

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The Dangers of Strangulation

Posted on March 17, 2016

This post was contributed by Heather, a Hotline advocate At The Hotline, we often speak with people who don’t think they are being abused because  Continue Reading »

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Government Backs Strangulation Law Change

Posted on March 8, 2016

Radio New Zealand The Law Commission is recommending making non-fatal strangulation a crime separate to assault, and has strong backing from the government. The utter  Continue Reading »

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Medical, Legal Aspects of Strangulation Discussed at New London Training

Posted on February 27, 2016

By: Karen Florin NEW LONDON, CT – Attorney Gael Strack told a roomful of legal and law enforcement types at Connecticut College Friday that she dreams  Continue Reading »

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