Domestic violence and a law of unintended consequences


Domestic violence and a law of unintended consequences.

Virginia Governor Timothy M. Kaine today became the 200th lawyer in Virginia to sign the statement of the Virginia Legal Review Committee, which expresses concern about the significant and largely unpredictable legal consequences of the amendment to the Virginia constitution proposed in Ballot Question #1.  Governor Kaine’s wife, First Lady Anne Holton, and father-in-law, former Republican Governor Linwood Holton, also signed the statement.  Learn more>>>

Family justice: What We Can Do To Protect Our Children

Domestic Violence

Nevada law enforcement officials are required to investigate every claim of domestic violence. If they answer a call of domestic violence, they also are taught to identify the victim and the aggressor. This snap judgment can help keep family members out of potentially dangerous situations, but it can also lead to false or exaggerated claims of domestic violence. It is not unheard of for this to occur in cases where divorce or child custody matters are involved.

Under Nevada law, domestic violence occurs between family members. Family is not rigidly defined as simply being spouses and children. It can also include individuals involved in dating relationships, grandparents, former spouses, or roommates.

Domestic violence can include a wide range of issues and offenses, such as:

At Home in the Law: How the Domestic Violence Revolution Is Transforming Privacy (Yale University Press, 2009)

 

Fair Rulings - Children's rights

Children’s rights – It is a shame that Social Services no longer try to keep families together and the public ARE UNAWARE of this

“It’s exactly what I expected and I’m very pleased,” Jones said. “It’s going forward as a whistle-blower case, which is what it is.”

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