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Articles from Prosecutor, Journal of the National District Attorneys Association (October 1, 2018)

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A Shift in Focus & Responsibility: Moving Toward Offender-Focused, Victim-Centered Prosecution to Hold Offenders Accountable and Reduce Domestic Violence. Gallagher, Aylysh B. 1883
Bullying Stops With Me: Montgomery County DA's Office Aims to Combat Bullying Through Texting Initiative. Bailey, Daryl D. 716
Bullying: Can Restorative Justice be the Right Approach? La Touche, Deborah 1490
Bullying: Its Serious Business. Mcmahon, Michael E. 1075
Collaborative Anti-Lethality Program Reduces Domestic Homicides in Anoka County, Minn. Palumbo, Tony 1319
Denver's "Unstoppable" Commitment to Realizing a Dream: The Rose Andom Center for Domestic Violence. Boyd, Kenneth D. 995
Domestic Violence Awareness Month. O'banion, Nicole 704
Forfeiture by Wrongdoing After Crawford and Giles: An Effective Tool for Prosecutors with an Absent Victim at Trial. Pappas, Evanthia A. 4894
How Arizona Prosecutors Implemented a Statewide Domestic Violence Risk Assessment. Cramer, Amelia; Eliason, Jon; Ortiz, Elizabeth 1759
Lancaster County's Domestic Violence Court Moving Cases Faster While Protecting Victims. Hambright, Brett 1063
Pulling an Abusive Rabbit Out of the Hat. Archer, Shannon 1155
Safer Homes, Safer Community. Staubus, Barry P. 1322
San Diego County's Strangulation Protocol: Improving Evidence Collection to Win the War. Prior, Tracy 994
School Threats: A San Diego County Approach to Protocol and Threat Assessment. Lopez, Andrija 1512
School Violence and Bullying Requires a Community Response. Bullock, Jim 1209
The Ethical Dilemmas and Professional Responsibilities of Prosecuting Domestic and Dating Violence. Fields, Melanie S. 1265
Update: Forfeiture by Wrongdoing. Steward, Joshua P.; Goodman, Donald P., III 494

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