Domestic Violence Law: A Comprehensive Overview of Cases and Sources

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Austin & Winfield, 1996 - Family violence - 817 pages
A unique and comprehensive collection of domestic violence law sources including published appellate cases and law review articles but also selections from the fields of sociology, psychology and anthropology. Samples of current legislation, Congressional memoranda, restraining order forms and articles from the popular press, including newsletters and brochures from hard-to-obtain sources are included. Ms. Lemon has taught this course since 1988 and has written many pioneering pieces of legislation in this area.

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