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10 STRATEGIES FOR PROSECUTING CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE AT THE HANDS OF A FAMILY MEMBER, Jennifer Long, John Wilkinson and Julie Kays, Strategies (issue 5), AEquitas, Washington, DC: September 2011. Copyright © 2011 AEquitas.

THE 34TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ATTORNEY TAKES ON FAMILY VIOLENCE CRIME: AN EVALUATION OF THE 24 HOUR CONTACT INITIATIVE, Noël Bridget Busch-Armendariz and Sapana Donde, Institute on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, Austin, TX: June 2011.

ABSENCE OF ANOGENITAL INJURY IN THE ADOLESCENT / ADULT FEMALE SEXUAL ASSAULT PATIENT, Jenifer Marowtiz, Strategies in Brief (issue 13), AEquitas, Washington, DC: October 2012. Copyright © 2012 AEquitas.

ADVISORY FOR PROSECUTORS, ATTORNEYS AND VICTIM ADVOCATES: FEDERAL AND STATE REGULATION OF INTERNATIONAL MARRIAGE BROKERS AND LEGAL REMEDIES FOR ABUSED FOREIGN BRIDES, Tahirih Justice Center, Falls Church, VA: October 2010. Copyright © 2010 Tahirih Justice Center.

ADVOCATING FOR VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AT THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE (English and Español), Women’s Justice Center, Santa Rosa, CA: 2010. Copyright © Marie De Santis, Women’s Justice Center.

THE ANATOMY OF DISCRETION: AN ANALYSIS OF PROSECUTORIAL DECISION MAKING, Bruce Frederick and Don Stemen, Vera Institute of Justice, New York, NY: December 2012.

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"AND THEN HE CHOKED ME": UNDERSTANDING AND INVESTIGATING STRANGULATION, Allison Turkel, Update (volume 20, number 8), National Center for the Prosecution of Child Abuse, Alexandria, VA: 2007.

ANIMAL PROTECTION ADVOCACY ~ A MORAL IMPERATIVE, Geoffrey C. Fleck, Tales of Justice (volume 3, number 1), National Center for Prosecution of Animal Abuse, Alexandria, VA: 2013.

AT A CROSSROADS: DEVELOPING DULUTH'S PROSECUTION RESPONSE TO BATTERED WOMEN WHO FIGHT BACK (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4), Mary E. Asmus, City Attorney's Office, Duluth, MN. Copyright © 2004, 2007, Mary E. Asmus.

BATTERED WIVES OFTEN RECANT OR ASSUME BLAME, Lakshmy Parameswaran, Women’s eNews, July 30, 2003. Copyright © 2003 Women’s eNews.

BEHIND THE NET: TECHNOLOGY AND THE FORENSIC INTERVIEW, Robert Giles, Update (volume 6, number 2), Child Sexual Exploitation Program, Alexandria, VA: 2012.

THE BENEFITS OF SPECIALIZED PROSECUTION UNITS IN DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE CASES, Jennifer G. Long and John Wilkinson, Strategies in Brief (issue 8), AEquitas, Washington, DC: December 2011. Copyright © 2011 AEquitas.

BEST PRACTICE OR BUZZWORD? SORTING OUT FACT FROM FICTION IN THE COMMUNITY RESPONSE TO VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: 1) EVIDENCE-BASED PROSECUTION; 2) BLIND AND THIRD PARTY REPORTING; AND 3) VERTICAL ADVOCACY, Joanne Archambault and Kim Lonsway, SATI e-News, Sexual Assault Training & Investigations, Addy, WA: January 29, 2007.

Cannon County Man Pleads Guilty in Domestic Violence Firearm and Bomb Case, States News Service, April 25, 2005. Copyright © 2005 States News Service.

CLOSING THE CREDIBILITY GAP: THE PROSECUTORIAL USE OF EXPERT WITNESS TESTIMONY IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES, Louise Ellison, The International Journal of Evidence & Proof (volume 9, pages 239-268), 2005. Copyright © 2005 Vathek Publishing.

COURTS FAIL VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Wendy Murphy, The Patriot Ledger, Quincy, MA: August 22, 2013. Copyright © 2006-2013 GateHouse Media, Inc.

CRAWFORD V. WASHINGTON

THE CRIME CONTROL EFFECTS OF CRIMINAL SANCTIONS FOR INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE, Joel H. Garner and Christopher D. Maxwell, December 2011.

CRIMINAL PROSECUTION OF BATTERED NATIVE WOMEN FOR FAILURE TO PROTECT, James G. White, Hallie Bongar White and Jane M. Larrington, Southwest Center for Law and Policy, Tucson, AZ.

CRIMINAL PROSECUTION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Linda A. McGuire, Battered Women's Justice Project, Minneapolis, MN.

THE CRITICAL ROLE OF ADVOCATES IN FAMILY VIOLENCE CASES FOR BOTH PROSECUTORS AND VICTIMS, Sarah M. Buel, Texas Prosecutor (pages 28-30), November / December 1998. Reprinted with permission.

DIGITAL EVIDENCE IN THE COURTROOM: A GUIDE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PROSECUTORS, Special Report, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: January 2007.

Do RACE AND ETHNICITY MATTER IN PROSECUTION? ~ A REVIEW OF EMPIRICAL STUDIES, Besiki Kutateladze, Vanessa Lynn and Edward Liang, Vera Institute of Justice, New York, NY: June 2012. Copyright © 2012 Vera Institute of Justice.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CAN BE A FEDERAL CRIME, Holly Danks, The Oregonian, Portland, OR: October 21, 2004. Copyright © 2004 The Oregonian.

Domestic Violence Cases Reinforced; Warren Prosecutor Files Additional Charges, Sheila McLaughlin, Cincinnati Enquirer, Cincinnati, OH: July 11, 2005. Copyright © 2005 The Enquirer.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES TRIED ANYWAY ~ 2 WOMEN RECANTED; 1 BATTERER CONVICTED, Karen Farkas, Plain Dealer, Cleveland, OH: November 26, 2004. Copyright © 2004 Plain Dealer Publishing Company.

DOMestic violence intervention system: a model for response to woman abuse, Barbara J. Hart, 1990, Barbara J. Hart’s Collected Writings, Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse, St. Paul, MN. Copyright © 1995-2004 Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse.

DROWNED CHILD CASES: INVESTIGATION AND CRIMINAL PROSECUTION, Melissa M. Millican, Update (volume 21, number 6), National Center for the Prosecution of Child Abuse, Alexandria, VA: 2008.

EDUCATING JURIES IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES ~ PART I: USING VOIR DIRE TO ELIMINATE JURY BIAS, Christopher Mallios and Toolsi Meisner, Strategies (issue 2), AEquitas, Washington, DC: July 2010. Copyright © 2010 AEquitas.

EFFECT OF U.S. v. NOBRIGA on 922(g)(9) PROSECUTIONS, Margaret S. Groban, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, DC .

ELDER ABUSE TOOLKITS FOR PROSECUTORS AND COURTS, Center for Elders and the Courts, Williamsburg, VA: 2013.

ENHANCING PROSECUTIONS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND RELATED VIOLENCE AGAINST SEXUALLY EXPLOITED WOMEN, Jennifer Gentile Long, Strategies (issue 6), AEquitas, Washington, DC: May 2012. Copyright © 2012 AEquitas.

ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE PROSECUTION OF ANIMAL CRUELTY CASES, Geoffrey C. Fleck, Tales of Justice (volume 2, number 1), National Center for Prosecution of Animal Abuse, Alexandra, VA: 2012.

explaining counterintuitive victim behavior in domestic violence and Sexual Assault cases, Jennifer Gentile Long, The Voice (volume 1, number 4), National District Attorneys Association, Alexandria, VA: 2006.

FACT SHEETS, Sexual Violence Justice Institute, St. Paul, MN.

FALSE ALLEGATIONS OF RAPE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ARE FEW AND FAR BETWEEN, Keir Starmer, The Guardian, London, UK: March 13, 2013. Copyright © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited.

FALSE REPORTS: MOVING BEYOND THE ISSUE TO SUCCESSFULLY INVESTIGATE AND PROSECUTE NON-STRANGER SEXUAL ASSAULT, Kimberly A. Lonsway, Joanne Archambault and David Lisak, The Voice (volume 3, number 1), National Center for the Prosecution of Violence Against Women, Alexandria, VA: 2009. Copyright © 2009 National District Attorneys Association.

FALSE SWEARING ~ CLARIFICATION OF ISSUES AND CURRENT REMEDIES AVAILABLE ~ REMEDIES FOR FALSE ALLEGATIONS OF CHILD ABUSE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ARE AVAILABLE UNDER CURRENT WV CODE, West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Charleston, WV: January 15, 2008.

A FEW TIPS FOR THE CROSS EXAMINATION OF A FAMILY VIOLENCE DEFENDANT, Sarah M. Buel, Texas Prosecutor (pages 36-37, September / October 1998).  Reprinted from Texas Prosecutor with permission from the Texas District and County Attorneys Association, Austin, TX.

FOR NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN, A TRIUMPH OF JUSTICE, Lynn Rosenthal, The White House, Washington, DC: January 18, 2010.

GUIDELINES FOR PROSECUTION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES, a report of the Domestic Violence Prosecution Committee, Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Montgomery, AL: 2004.

HAVE A DOG IN THE FIGHT: RE-THINKING DANGEROUS DOG CASES, Sandra R. Sylvester, Tales of Justice (volume 2, number 2), National Center for Prosecution of Animal Abuse, Alexandria, VA: 2012.

THE HIERARCHY OF ANTI-CRUELTY LAWS: PROSECUTING THE ABUSE OF STRAY AND FERAL CATS, Allie Phillips, Tales of Justice (volume 3, number 3), National Center for Prosecution of Animal Abuse, Alexandria, VA: 2013.

HITTING THEM WHERE IT HURTS: STRATEGIES FOR SEIZING ASSETS IN HUMAN TRAFFICKING CASES, Charlene Whitman, Strategies in Brief (issue 20), AEquitas, Washington, DC: September 2013. Copyright © 2013 AEquitas.

HOW TO HOLD THE OFFENDER ACCOUNTABLE WHILE TAKING THE VICTIM OUT OF THE DANGER LOOP: PROSECUTE WITHOUT THE VICTIM, Sarah M. Buel, Texas Prosecutor (pages 18-21, March / April 1997).  Reprinted from Texas Prosecutor with permission from the Texas District and County Attorneys Association, Austin, TX.

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION OF STRANGULATION CASES, Gael B. Strack and George McClane, San Diego, CA: October 1998, updated September 2001.

IDENTIFYING CHALLENGES TO IMPROVE THE INVESTIGATION AND PROSECTION OF STATE AND LOCAL HUMAN TRAFFICKING CASES, Institute on Race and Justice at Northeastern University Boston, MA and Urban Institute Justice Policy Institute, Washington, DC: April 2012.

IMPACT OF DIFFERENTIAL SENTENCING SEVERITY FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENSES AND ALL OTHER OFFENSES OVER ABUSERS' LIFE SPANS, Andy Klein, David Centerbar, Steven Keller and Jessica Klein, January 2014.

THE IMPACT OF SANE PROGRAMS ON ADULT SEXUAL ASSAULT INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION, Rebecca Campbell, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: March 19, 2009. Listen to the podcast.

IMPLEMENTING A GEOGRAPHIC COMMUNITY-BASED PROSECUTION MODEL IN PHILADELPHIA, R. Seth Williams and Will Stewart, Association of Prosecuting Attorneys, Washington, DC. Copyright © 2013 Association of Prosecuting Attorneys.

IN DOMESTIC ABUSE, DIGITAL PHOTOS CAN SAY MORE THAN VICTIMS, Cara Buckley, The New York Times, New York, NY: May 7, 2007. Copyright © 2007 The New York Times Company.

INCREASING SEXUAL ASSAULT PROSECUTION RATES (page 18), Philip Bulman, NIJ Jourrnal (issue 264), National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: November 2009.

INCREASING VICTIMS' ACCESS TO JUSTICE: THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS AND THE PROSECUTION OF SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES, DNA Resource Center, Washington, DC: 2013.

INTRODUCING EXPERT TESTIMONY TO EXPLAIN VICTIM BEHAVIOR IN SEXUAL AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROSECUTIONS, Jennifer G. Long, National District Attorneys Association, Alexandria, VA: 2007.

INTRODUCING GROOMING AS 'OTHER ACTS' EVIDENCE, Gabriela D. Manero, Update (volume 23, number 7), National Center for the Prosecution of Child Abuse, Alexandria, VA: 2012.

INVESTIGATING & PROSECUTING ANIMAL ABUSE, Allie Phillips and Randall Lockwood, National Center for Prosecution of Animal Abuse, Alexandria, VA: 2013. Copyright © 2013 National District Attorneys Association.

INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION OF SEXUAL ASSAULT, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, AND STALKING, André B. Rosay, Darryl Wood, Marny Rivera, Greg Postle and Katherine TePas, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: November 2011.

JURY SELECTION IN CRIMINAL CASES. Copyright © 1998 Ray Moses.

LEARNING TO READ THE SIGNS: PROSECUTION STRATEGIES FOR CHILD ABUSE CASES WITH DEAF VICTIMS AND WITNESSES, Suzanna Tiapula, Update (volume 18, number 5), National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse, Alexandria, VA: 2005.

LOCAL POLICE ENFORCEMENT OF IMMIGRATION LAWS AND ITS EFFECTS ON VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: WHY POLICE AND PROSECUTORS SHOULD AVOID ENFORCING IMMIGRATION LAWS, Domestic Violence and Immigration in the Criminal Justice System, ABA Commission on Domestic & Sexual Violence, Washington, DC.

The Luxury of Indecision: Child Forensic Interviews after Davis & Hammon, Allie Phillips, Update (volume 19, number 6), National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse, Alexandria, VA: 2006.

THE MISSING LINK: EXAMINING PROSECUTORIAL DECISION-MAKING ACROSS FEDERAL DISTRICT COURTS, Brian D. Johnson, March 2014.

Model POLICY FOR PROSECUTORS AND JUDGES ON IMPOSING, MODIFYING AND LIFTING CRIMINAL NO CONTACT ORDERS, Jennifer G. Long, Christopher Mallios and Sandra Tibbetts Murphy, Battered Women's Justice Project, Minneapolis, MN: February 2010.

MOVING BEYOND FRUSTRATION WITH "BAD MOMS:" CHARGING ACCOMPLICE LIABILITY IN CHILD ABUSE CASES, Kristina Marie Korobov, Update (volume 22, number 6), National District Attorneys Association, Alexandria, VA: 2010.

THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF SEXUAL ASSAULT: IMPLICATIONS FOR FIRST RESPONDERS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT, PROSECUTION, AND VICTIM ADVOCACY (video and transcript), Rebecca Campbell, NIJ Research for the Real World Seminar, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: December 2012.

NEW DIRECTIONS FROM THE FIELD: VICTIMS' RIGHTS AND SERVICES FOR THE 21st CENTURY ~ PROSECUTION, OVW Bulletin, Office for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC: August 1998.

No jury, no justice? It seems that waY., Regina Brett, Plain Dealer, Cleveland, OH: November 17, 2004. Copyright © 2004 Plain Dealer Publishing Co.

NOBILITY IN OBJECTIVITY: A PROSECUTOR'S CASE FOR NEUTRALITY IN FORENSIC NURSING (abstract), R. Canaff, Journal of Forensic Nursing (volume 5 [2], pages 89-96), 2009. Copyright © 2009 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

On The Law; Despite Gains, Prosecution of Rape Still a Tough Task, Cynthia Daniels, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA: July 23, 2004. Copyright © 2004 The Times Mirror Company; Los Angeles Times.

PEER-TO-PEER FILE SHARING NETWORKS AND CHILD PORNOGRAPHY: POSSESSION OR DISSEMINATION? CHARGING DECISIONS AND OTHER ISSUES, Justin T. Fitzsimmons, Update (volume 6, number 1), Child Sexual Exploitation Program, Alexandria, VA: 2012.

POLICY POSITIONS ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, National District Attorneys Association, Alexandria, VA: October 23, 2004.

PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS OF CURRENT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESEARCH: FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT, PROSECUTORS AND JUDGES, Andrew R. Klein, NIJ Special Report, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: June 2009.

PREPARING STAFF FOR TESTIMONY IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES, D.P. Cashman and L.D. Benak, Journal of Forensic Nursing (volume 3 [1], pages 47-49), Spring 2007. Copyright © 2000-2007 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

PROSECUTING ALCOHOL-FACILITATED SEXUAL ASSAULT, Teresa P. Scalzo, National District Attorneys Association, Alexandria, VA: 2007.

PROSECUTING CASES OF SEXUAL ABUSE IN CONFINEMENT, Viktoria Kristiansson, Strategies (Issue 8), AEquitas, Washington, DC: December 2012. Copyright © 2012 AEquitas.

PROSECUTING ELDER ABUSE CASES (page 8), Sarah B. Berson, NIJ Journal (number 265), National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: April 2010.

PROSECUTING THE YOUTHFUL OFFENDER, Jennifer Rallo, Tales of Justice (volume 3, number 2), National Center for Prosecution of Animal Abuse, Alexandria, VA: 2013.

Prosecuting witness tampering, bail jumping, and battering from behind bars, Enhancing Judicial Oversight in Domestic Violence Cases Series, Vera Institute of Justice, New York, NY: June 2006.

PROSECUTION DIVERSION IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: ISSUES AND CONTEXT, Jane Sadusky, Battered Women’s Justice Project, Minneapolis, MN: July 2003.

PROSECUTION OF FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION IN THE UNITED STATES, Rena Marie Justice, Update (volume 19, number 7), National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse, Alexandria, VA: 2006.

THE PROSECUTOR'S ECONOMIC SECURITY POCKET GUIDE: CHECKLISTS TO ASSESS ECONOMIC-BASED EVIDENCE, CRIMES AND RESTITUTION REQUESTS, Wider Opportunities for Women, Washington, DC: 2013.

A ProSECUTOR'S GUIDE TO FULL FAITH AND CREDIT FOR PROTECTION ORDERS ~ PROTECTING VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, U.S. Department of Justice, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the National College of District Attorneys.

A PROSECUTOR'S GUIDE TO FULL FAITH AND CREDIT FOR PROTECTION ORDERS: PROTECTING VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, National Center on Protection Orders and Full Faith & Credit, Arlington, VA: 2011.

prosecutor's GUIDE TO MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS, David R. Englert, Ashleigh Diserio and Kate M. Ryan, The Voice (volume 1, number 10), National Center for the Prosecution of Violence Against Women, Alexandria, VA: 2007.

PROSECUTOR'S GUIDE TO SAFETY AND ECONOMIC SECURITY FOR VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, Wider Opportunities for Women, Washington, DC: 2013.

A Prosecutor's REFERENCE: MEDICAL EVIDENCE AND THE ROLE OF SEXUAL ASSAULT NURSE EXAMINERS IN CASES INVOLVING ADULT VICTIMS, Jenifer Markowitz, AEquitas, Washington, DC: December 2010.

PROSECUTORIAL DECISIONS IN ADULT SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES: AN AUSTRALIAN STUDY, Denise Lievore, Office of the Status of Women of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Canberra, ACT, AU: January 2004. Copyright © 2004 Commonwealth of Australia.

PROSECUTORIAL DISCRETION:CERTAIN VICTIMS, WITNESSES, AND PLAINTIFFS, John Morton, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Washington, DC: June 17, 2011.

PROTECTING CHILDREN OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS WITH CRIMINAL NO-CONTACT ORDERS, Toolsi Gowin Meisner and Diana Korn, Strategies (issue 4), AEquitas, Washington, DC: April 2011. Copyright © 2011 AEquitas.

PROTECTING THE HOMELAND ~ TOOL KIT FOR PROSECUTORS, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Washington, DC: April 2011. See news release.

Report from the 2003 Domestic Violence Safety and Accountability Audit: prosecution response to misdemeanor domestic violence cases, Jackson County, Oregon, Battered Women’s Justice Project, Minneapolis, MN: December 2003. Copyright © 2003 Praxis International and the Battered Women's Justice Project.

Responders Learn to Spot Signs of Strangulation, Marie Tessier, Women’s eNews, December 19, 2005. Copyright © 2005 Women’s eNews.

Review OF THE PROSECUTION OF PEOPLE V. CURTIS BERNARD HARRIS CASE NO. KA081214 ~ FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS, Steve Cooley, Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office, Los Angeles, CA: 2008.

THE ROLE OF THE SEXUAL ASSAULT NURSE EXAMINER IN THE PROSECUTION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES, National District Attorneys Association, Alexandria, VA: 2007.

RURAL VICTIM ASSISTANCE ~ A VICTIM / WITNESS GUIDE FOR RURAL PROSECUTIONS, Office for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC.

SAFETY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL: EXAMINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE WOMEN'S ANTI-VIOLENCE MOVEMENT AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND PROSECUTION SYSTEM, based on a meeting report by Shamita Das Dasgupta, summary by Patricia Eng, Ms. Foundation for Women, New York, NY: 2003.

A SECONDARY OFFENSE WORTH PREVENTING: RESTRICTING THE PRO SE DEFENDANT'S ABILITY TO PERSONALLY QUESTION CHILD ABUSE VICTIMS, David Pendle and Amanda Appelbaum, Update (volume 23, number 3), National Center for the Prosecution of Child Abuse, Alexandria, VA: 2012.

SHIFTING THE PARADIGM FROM PROSECUTION TO PROTECTION OF CHILD VICTIMS OF PROSTITUTION, Update, National District Attorneys Association, Alexandria, VA.

(Volume 21, number 8), Toolsi Gowin Meisner, 2009.

(Volume 22, number 8), Rami S. Badawy, 2010.

SILENT VOICES: PREPARING DEAF CHILDREN FOR COURT, Jada L. Warfield, Update (volume 19, number 10), National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse, Alexandria, VA: 2006.

STALKING: EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES FOR PROSECUTORS, Jennifer Gentile Long and John Wilkinson, Strategies in Brief (issue 11), AEquitas, Washington, DC: April 2012. Copyright © 2012 AEquitas.

STEGANOGRAPHY: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE PROSECUTOR AND FORENSICS EXAMINER, Gary C. Kessler, Child Sexual Exploitation Program Update (volume 1, number 1), National District Attorneys Association, Alexandria, VA: Summer 2004.

Stopping abusers before they kill; Police, prosecutors say building case without victim’s testimony is key, Tom Groening, Bangor Daily News, Bangor, ME: January 31, 2005. Copyright © 2005 Bangor Daily News.

STOPPING THE CYCLE: WHEN DOMESTIC-VIOLENCE VICTIMS WON'T HELP, LAW-ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS SHOULD CARRY ON, Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, OH: November 6, 2004. Copyright © 2004 The Columbus Dispatch.

Stopping the Violence: The Role of the Police Officer and the Prosecutor, Casey G. Gwinn, San Diego City Attorney’s Office and Anne O'Dell, San Diego, CA: 1992.

STRATEGIES THE PROSECUTORS' NEWSLETTER ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN (inaugural issue), AEquitas, Washington, DC: August 2009. Copyright © 2009 AEquitas.

TAKING a process-oriented approach to domestic violence prosecutions, Jennifer Gentile Long and Viktoria Kristiansson, The Voice (volume 1, number 9), National District Attorneys Association, Alexandria, VA: 2007.

TESTIFYING ABOUT LETHALITY RISK FACTORS, Southwest Center for Law and Policy, Tucson, AZ.

TESTIFYING ABOUT SELF-DEFENSE AND PREDOMINANT AGGRESSORS, James G. White, Hallie Bongar White and Jane M. Larrington, Southwest Center for Law and Policy, Tucson, AZ.

TESTIFYING ABOUT THE DYNAMICS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Southwest Center for Law and Policy, Tucson, AZ.

TESTIFYING ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ON CHILDREN, Southwest Center for Law and Policy, Tucson, AZ.

Testing the Efficacy of SANE / SART Programs – Do They Make a Difference in Sexual Assault Arrest & Prosecution OutcomeS?, M. Elaine Nugent-Borakove, et al, National District Attorneys Association, Alexandria, VA.

tips for Testifying as an Expert Witness in a Violence AGainst Women Prosecution, Teresa P. Scalzo, Esquire, The Voice (volume 1, number 6), National Center for the Prosecution of Violence Against Women, Alexandria, VA: 2006.

UNDERSTANDING ANOGENITAL INJURY IN ADULT SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES, Jenifer Markowitz and Teresa P. Scalzo, Strategies in Brief (issue 5), AEquitas, Washington, DC: October 2011. Copyright © 2011 AEquitas.

UNDERSTANDING SEXUAL VIOLENCE: PROSECUTING ADULT RAPE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES, National Judicial Education Program, New York, NY.

UNDERSTANDING THE NON-STRANGER RAPIST, Veronique N. Valliere, The Voice (volume 1, number 11), National Center for the Prosecution of Violence Against Women, Alexandria, VA: 2007.

THE USE OF EXPERT WITNESSES IN CASES INVOLVING SEXUAL ASSAULT, Kimberly A. Lonsway, San Luis Obispo, CA: March 2005.

USING FEDERAL LAW TO PROSECUTE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CRIMES IN INDIAN COUNTRY, Office for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC: October 2012. Watch or order DVD.

VICTIM CREDIBILITY IN ADULT SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES, Denise Lievore, Trends & Issues (number 288), Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra, ACT, AU: November 2004. Copyright © 2004 Australian Institute of Criminology.

VICTIM PARTICIPATION IN INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE PROSECUTION: IMPLICATIONS FOR SAFETY, Karin V. Rhodes, Catherine Cerulli, Catherine L. Kothari, Melissa E. Dichter and Steve Marcus, February 2011.

VICTIMS AND WITNESSES WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES AND THE PROSECUTION OF SEXUAL ASSAULT, William Paul Deal and Viktoria Kristiansson, The Voice (volume 1, number 12), National Center for the Prosecution of Violence Against Women, Alexandria, VA: 2007.

Video Technology Put to Use; For Domestic Violence Victims, Philip A. Stephenson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh, PA: January 5, 2005. Copyright © 2005 P.G. Publishing Co.

VOIR DIRE AND PROSECUTION TIPS FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES, excerpted from The Ending Violence Against Women Training Manual, Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence.  

Voir Dire in Domestic Violence Cases, Sarah M. Buel, The University of Texas School of Law Domestic Violence Clinic, Austin, TX.  

WALKING A TIGHTROPE: BALANCING VICTIM PRIVACY AND OFFENDER ACCOUNTABILITY IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT PROSECUTIONS, Viktoria Kristiansson, Strategies (Issues 9 and 10), AEquitas, Washington, DC: May 2013. Copyright © 2013 AEquitas.

Part I ~ An Overview of the Importance of Confidentiality and Privilege Laws

Part II ~ Protecting Privileges and Victims Who Assert Them

WHAT EVERY PROSECUTOR SHOULD KNOW ABOUT PEER-TO-PEER INVESTIGATIONS, Josh Moulin, Update (volume 5, number 1), Child Sexual Exploitation Program, Alexandria, VA: 2010.

WHEN AND HOW: ADMITTING EXPERT TESTIMONY ON VICTIM BEHAVIOR IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES IN PENNSYLVANIA, Jennifer Gentile Long, Viktoria Kristiansson and Christopher Mallios, Strategies in Brief (issue 18), AEquitas, Washington, DC: May 2013. Copyright © 2013 AEquitas.

WHEN BATTERED WOMEN KILL: WHAT INFLUENCES DECISIONS TO PROSECUTE AND VERDICTS? (webinar slides and handout), National Alliance to End Domestic Abuse, originally aired November 16, 2011.

When ‘No’ is not Enough / Lack of Evidence can Make ‘Date’ Rape Difficult to Prove, John DeSantis, Star News, Wilmington, NC: June 26, 2005. Copyright © 2005 Star News.

WHEN SPARKS FLY IN DEFENSE OF CHILD VICTIMS: TIPS FOR CROSS EXAMINING A DEFENDANT OR DEFENSE Witness, Victor I. Vieth and Suzanna Tiapula, Update (volume 23, number 6), National Center for the Prosecution of Child Abuse, Alexandria, VA: 2012.

Why the Abused Should Not Become the Accused, Erin S. Gaddy, The Voice (volume 1, number 8), National Center for the Prosecution of Violence Against Women, Alexandria, VA: 2006.

"WILL YOU BE MY FRIEND?" ETHICAL CONCERNS FOR PROSECUTORS AND SOCIAL MEDIA, Robert H. Giles and Jason I. Allen, Update (volume 6, number 3), Child Sexual Exploitation Program, Alexandria, VA: 2012.

WILLIAMS V. ILLINOIS AND FORENSIC EVIDENCE: THE BLEEDING EDGE OF CRAWFORD, Teresa M. Garvey, Strategies (issue 11), AEquitas, Washington, DC: June 2013. Copyright © 2013 AEquitas.

WiSCONSIN PROSECUTOR'S SEXUAL ASSAULT REFERENCE BOOK, Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance, Violence Against Women Program, Madison, WI: October 2009.

WITH OR WITHOUT YOU; DOMESTIC-VIOLENCE PROSECUTION NO LONGER NEEDS VICTIM'S TESTIMONY, Peter Zuckerman, Idaho Falls Post Register, Idaho Falls, ID: May 22, 2005. Copyright © 2005 The Post Register.

WITNESS INTIMIDATION, The Prosecutors' Resource, AEquitas, Washington, DC: March 2014. Copyright © 2014 AEquitas.



 

 


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