Session 504: CT11 -> Domestic Violence: Special Issues
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: H-Butron
Session Chair: Rodney Kingsnorth, California State University - Sacramento
Domestic Violence: The Role of Racial/Ethnic Dyads in Prosecutorial Decision-Making
by: Rodney Kingsnorth, California State University - Sacramento (Corresponding)
Randall MacIntosh, California State University - Sacramento
Prevalence and Impact of Psychological Abuse Among Court Involved Battered Women
by: Kris Henning, University of Memphis (Corresponding)
Effects of Loss of Public Defender Funding for Parents of CHIPS Cases: An E mpirical Test of the Organizational Model of the Courtroom Workgroup
by: Christine Arazan, Florida State University (Corresponding)
California's Juvenile Domestic Violence Courts: Does Early Intervention Work?
by: Richard Schauffler, Administrative Office of the Courts (Corresponding)
Dag MacLeod, Admistrative Office of the Courts
Comparing the Processing of Domestic Violence Cases to Non-Domestic Violence Cases in New York City Courts
by: Joseph T. De Angelis, New York University (Corresponding)
Richard R. Peterson, New York City Criminal Justice Agency
Discussants:
Dag MacLeod, Admistrative Office of the Courts

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