Domestic Violence Cases Fail Under Court Ruling

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Each day, as many as one-half of domestic-violence cases set for trial in Dallas are thrown out because of a new U.S. Supreme Court ruling reasserting a suspect’s right to confront his accuser in court, the Dallas Morning News reports. Domestic-violence victims often refuse to cooperate with prosecutors out of fear for their safety or
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