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Integrated DV Courts, Dedicated DV Courts: Vision, Reality, Research

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April 18, 2016
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm


Integrated DV Courts, Dedicated DV Courts: Vision, Reality, Research

Monday, April 18, 2016  / 1:00-2:30 Central Time

Presented by: Amanda Cissner, M.A.,Center for Court Innovation; The Honorable Daniel Angiolillo (Ret.), Integrated Domestic Violence Court in Westchester County, N.Y.; The Honorable Matthew D’Emic, Dedicated Domestic Violence Court, Kings County/Brooklyn; The Honorable Michael Denton, Travis County (Austin, TX) Court Law number 4 for Domestic Violence and the Travis County Veterans Court

Content: Ms. Cissner will report on the findings of research conducted by the Center for Court Innovation on Integrated Domestic Violence Courts in New York State and on Dedicated Domestic Violence Courts in New York State and across the country. Judge Angiolillo will describe the vision, model, reality, advantages and challenges of Integrated Domestic Violence Courts.

Judge D’Emic will describe the vision, model, reality, advantages and challenges of Dedicated Domestic Violence Felony Courts. Judge Denton will describe the vision, model, reality, advantages and challenges of Dedicated Misdemeanor and lower level Felony Domestic Violence Courts. The faculty will reflect on similarities and differences in court design and practice and suggest improvements that might enhance both victim safety and offender accountability in the criminal courts over which they preside.

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