New York NOW Domestic Violence Survivors Bill
Bill would give domestic violence survivors convicted of crimes related to abuse ‘justice' Details
Program: New York NOW
Episode: Domestic Violence Survivors Bill
Democratic lawmakers have proposed a new bill, the Domestic Violence Survivors Justice Act, which would allow a judge to offer alternative to incarceration programs or lesser prison terms for survivors convicted of crimes directly related to their abuse. One woman shares her story. Also, we discuss NYRA allegations, Joe Bruno's re-indictment, and President Obama's upcoming visit to upstate.• Visit the Domestic Violence Survivors Bill webpage
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Premiere Date: 05/03/2012
Episode Expires: Never
TV Rating: NR
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