Strangulation Expert Confirms Police Suspicions about Woman’s Death

Posted on October 19, 2012

SAN JOSE — When they began investigating Andrea Theis’ death last year, San Jose detectives believed the evidence contradicted what her boyfriend was saying: Theis  Continue Reading »

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Training Seeks to Educate on Strangulation

Posted on September 23, 2012

By Mindy Aguon Guam – If a victim is strangled one time, studies show that she is 700-800 times more likely to become a victim  Continue Reading »

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New Law Makes Strangulation a Felony in Virginia

Posted on July 18, 2012

That changed thanks to a group from the Samaritan House. Just last year alone, they helped nearly 40 women recover from a strangulation assault, making  Continue Reading »

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Choking Law Aims to Stem Fatal Abuse

Posted on July 17, 2012

Gaining traction Today, the 3-year-old law has begun to gain traction. Before the law was passed, non-lethal strangulation cases typically were treated as misdemeanors, put  Continue Reading »

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Domestic Violence Victims Happy About New Strangulation Law

Posted on June 29, 2012

The Henrico woman knows and understands the fear victims live with whether their abuser uses strangulation as a means to gain power over them or  Continue Reading »

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