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Monday, June 18, 2012

The Realities of Domestic Violence Proceedings

- Continuing Legal Education Publication Released to Public for FREE based on NH and Federal Laws

"There comes a time when the mind takes a higher plane of knowledge but can never prove how it got there." Albert Einstein

Over the years survival of unspeakable crimes dims, but it is never fully eradicated. Domestic Violence is an Oppressive and Continuing Crime in this country; I am releasing my research and creation of a Continuing Legal Education Course, I created while attending Nashua Community College under the watchful eye of Professor Robert A. Lubitz Esq. director of their Paralegal Program.  NCC hosted this event on 10/23/10 with the assistance of my panel member's listed on page 6. and together we received a 95% approval rating. 

In an effort to help all of the player's who can make a difference in the life of a domestic violence victim and their family this course originally approved by the NH Bar Association and NH Supreme Court Rules and the National Federation of Paralegals for 6 credits and a full credit in ethics, highlights the roles of the victim, the lawyer, the police, the paralegal, the therapist, the Gal, the Advocate and Ethics that bind these roles.

This was written and produced in 2010 as The Realities of Domestic Violence Proceedings (027293) approved for 5.0 general credits and 1.0 ethics credit for a total of 6 live credits; it should of course be cross referenced to be sure the laws are up to date.  Any material included in this Manuel can only be reproduced with the specific author's permission as found in each section.

Albert Einstein  once said "Knowledge of what is does not open the door directly to what should be."  However, with a bit of effort we can all make dam sure we use our knowledge to make it what it should be.

Email dmvc@comcast.net to receive your free copy, increase your knowledge and make a difference.

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