Domestic Violence Case System Faulted In Seattle

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Seattle’s system of handling domestic violence cases is advanced but still has serious gaps, says a new report. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer says the problems identified range from inadequate police reports to a lack of clear guidance on how to confiscate firearms from convicted batterers. The assessment was assembled by law and court agencies that work
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