Strangled: How Ohio fails to protect the public from the most dangerous criminals

Posted on May 21, 2021

By Sarah Buduson TOLEDO, Ohio — Ohio is just one of two states that does not recognize strangulation as a felony, a violent act that’s  Continue Reading »

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Expansion of Domestic Violence Protection Advances

Posted on May 21, 2021

by Lisa Backus The Senate passed legislation Tuesday expanding the definition of domestic violence to include coercive control, a concept that will immediately be applied to   Continue Reading »

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HISTORY OF SIGNIFICANT HEAD INJURY IN WOMEN PRISONERS LINKED WITH DISABILITY AND PAST ABUSE

Posted on May 20, 2021

By Ali Howard and Elizabeth McMeekin New research has found that 78% of women prisoners in Scotland have a history of significant head injury –  Continue Reading »

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Petition for grand jury successful

Posted on May 19, 2021

By Chad Frey Madison Smith’s journey is not complete, despite the former college classmate who attacked her in February of 2018 being sentenced on aggravated  Continue Reading »

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Browning man sentenced to prison for strangling dating partner

Posted on May 18, 2021

From the Department of Justice: GREAT FALLS – A Browning man who admitted to strangling his dating partner on two separate occasions on the Blackfeet  Continue Reading »

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