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Reporter Resigns After Report of Twitter Harassment

Posted by Steve Karimi | Jun 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

A prominent Seattle Times reporter has resigned after the newspaper began investigating a report that he had harassed and sent sexually explicit messages to another journalist. Mike Rosenberg had been with the newspaper as a real estate journalist since 2016 and had about 37,000 Twitter followers...

Firearm Confiscation Bill Moves Forward

Posted by Steve Karimi | Apr 09, 2019 | 0 Comments

A bill that would modify Washington's laws regarding the confiscation of firearms during a domestic violence call has moved forward to the Senate Rules Committee. House Bill 1225 requires that police officers confiscate firearms for five business days following a domestic violence incident, an in...

Self-Defense and Domestic Violence

Posted by Steve Karimi | Mar 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

An Arizona woman is claiming self-defense against allegations that she assaulted her teenage daughter. According to the report, the 40-year-old woman allegedly slapped the teen in her face, bit her nose, and hit her legs with a plastic hanger after an argument about household chores turned physic...

Man Arrested for Kidnapping Girlfriend from Nevada Casino

Posted by Steve Karimi | Mar 19, 2019 | 0 Comments

A California man was arrested for allegedly kidnapping his girlfriend from a casino in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. According to the report, police responded to a call of domestic violence at a local hotel on Saturday night where the man allegedly strangled and beat his girlfriend following an argument ab...

Domestic Violence Crimes: Harassment and Stalking

Posted by Steve Karimi | Dec 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

There are several different types of domestic violence crimes. That being said, in order for a crime to be classified as domestic violence, the state of Washington has outlined what “domestic violence” means legally. Washington law legally defines domestic violence as the following. “The Physi...

The Pets and Women Safety Act

Posted by Steve Karimi | Dec 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

A new study reports that nearly one-third of domestic violence victims decide not to leave or seek assistance at a shelter out of concern for pets that they will be leaving at home. Unfortunately, “only about 3% of domestic violence shelters nationwide can accommodate pets.” With the expiration o...

Football Domestic Violence Investigations

Posted by Steve Karimi | Dec 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

Celebrities, athletes, and politicians relinquish their privacy when they make the decision to become a public figure. Whether they intend for their lives to be on display or not is often beside the point. The media and the public become even more interested in these figures when catastrophe stri...

Cardi B May Face Jail Time For Failure to Appear

Posted by Steve Karimi | Dec 07, 2018 | 0 Comments

It is possible that musician Cardi B could face jail time if she fails to appear at her upcoming court date. The Judge issued this warning to the rapper after Cardi B failed to appear in arraignment court earlier this week. She was due to appear in arraignment court on Monday to address her alleg...

Man Arrested for Felony Domestic Violence Against Mother

Posted by Steve Karimi | Nov 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

A man was charged with felony domestic violence when he attacked his mother late last week in Ohio. The mother attempted to assist her son with a dispute taking place at Cashland and on the way home he demanded that she stop and purchase alcohol for him. The mother refused, which angered the man,...

Washington's Address Confidentiality Program

Posted by Steve Karimi | Oct 30, 2018 | 0 Comments

As National Domestic Violence Awareness month comes to a close, Washington has made an announcement that survivors of domestic violence are no longer required to disclose their address or current location on public records. The state now has an Address Confidentiality Program that helps domestic ...

Family Abductions are Most Common Form of Kidnapping

Posted by Steve Karimi | Oct 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

Domestic violence is scary, confusing, and dangerous for everyone involved, but it is especially terrifying for children. This is increasingly true when an impassioned parent decides to take the children and leave without the consent of the other parent. In fact, if you take your own child away f...

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