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Old 04-10-2017, 12:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Stillbreathing View Post
On the flip side, if the domestic violence expert did in fact identify serious risk factors, the court would be more empowered to stop an abusive litigant from using the court system as a weapon to further reign terror on his victims. They might also be able to put measures into place to prevent the murder of spouses and children during family court litigation.
Do you have any statistics on how often MURDER occurs during a court proceeding in family law? Most of the statistics I have seen on partner murder occur well before the family court infrastructure is ever leveraged.

Also, legal proceedings are very structured and in general do not empower anyone to be abusive. Can you give an example of how someone would use the court proceedings as a "weapon"?
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