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Her Justice is proud to welcome five new members to its board of directors and to congratulate the new officers appointed on June 16, 2015.... More   
 

News from Her Justice Justice For Victims of Domestic Violence by Amy Barasch

Victims of partner violence almost always need things that the criminal court can't provide, like money, housing, and a guarntee not to be separated from their children... More   

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